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GTI Latest News Updates

Posted on November 9, 2018

Nov 1st: Léargas held their #LeargasForum at Dublin Castle which brings together all those involved and interested in their international programmes.GTI Deputy Principal- John McLoughlin took part in a panel discussion on 'The role of educational exchange and cooperation programmes in shaping the future of Europe': https://bit.ly/2T0QCNx

Nov 3rd: 12 GTI Sports students return today from Glasgow, after successfully completing their two week Erasmus plus placement at New College Lanarkshire: https://bit.ly/2D88Reh

Nov 5th: Well done to Patrick Hoban, a former Level 5 & 6 GTI Soccer student, on his role in helping Dundalk win the League of Ireland Premier Division and FAI Cup. Patrick was also the top goalscorer in the country for the season: https://bit.ly/2AUzlhS

Nov 6th: Congratulations to our past student Cara Finlay who recently won a place on the Irish Hairdressing Federation Star Team 2018. A fantastic achievement. Cara is currently working as a trainee hairdresser at Sarah Mason Professional Hair Salon & completed level 5 & 6 Hairdressing at GTI: https://bit.ly/2QtWblO

Nov 6th: Our Fashion Design students were busy today developing their creative garment designs. The course allows students to develop their fashion drawing, construction and problem solving skills: https://bit.ly/2D9VjyO

Nov 6th: This year GTI are celebrating 10 Years of being involved in Erasmus+ projects. Over this time we have had the opportunity to work on enriching projects that have enabled our students and staff to develop key vocational skills, cultural awareness, along with an understanding of European education systems and industry awareness: https://bit.ly/2yZByqL

Nov 7th: Best of luck to Gabriel Dossen, who will be competing this month at The Boxing National Senior Championships at the National Stadium. Gabriel recently won the Eindhoven Cup to add to his World Youth Bronze medal. Gabriel is currently completing the QQI Level 6 programme in Business Management at GTI. We wish him every success: https://bit.ly/2Pli9eg

Nov 7th: Congratulations to the GTI soccer team who have progressed to the cup quarter-final by beating IT Blanchardstown. Goals from Mark Wynne, Louis Keary, Jack Sheridan and Wilson Wawaru helped GTI claim victory: https://bit.ly/2DvobT0

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