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Hibernia Highlights June 2014
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Hibernia Highlights - June 2014

 

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Post-Primary Accredited

Hibernia College is proud to announce that it has been accredited by the Teaching Council for a Professional Master of Education (PME) at post-primary level.  The accreditation was granted following review by a Teaching Council appointed panel chaired by Professor John Coolahan. The panel recommended accreditation be granted and commended ‘the pioneering initiative of the College in developing blended learning approaches to Initial Teacher Education in Ireland.’

The PME at Hibernia College consists of a sequence of modules that reflect the contemporary issues faced by post-primary teachers today and the skills and knowledge required of them in order to be  expert teachers who enable effective student learning. 

The College will deliver  the PME programme in 15 subject areas: Gaeilge, English, Modern Languages,  History, Geography, CSPE, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Accounting, Business, Economics, Music and Agricultural Science. Beginning in September 2014, this new programme encourages experienced professionals to consider teaching as a profession  where ever they live.

The PME Post-Primary programme is enrolling now for September. To find out more, contact an enrolment advisor.
Tel: (01) 661 0168    E-mail: info@hiberniacollege.net

PhD Programme Update


The Hibernia College PhD programme, run in conjunction with the Institute of Education, Plymouth University, will be taking applications for part-time PhD students over the summer.  The part-time PhD programme is suited to those who are practising teachers or those working in the wider education field with a passion to pursue their studies further.

Through the part-time PhD, students undertake an independent piece of research in an area of interest to them, usually completing within six years. They are supported by a supervisory team and are provided with the opportunity to develop their research and academic skills.

For further information about the part-time PhD programme, please contact Milena Nikolova, Admissions Advisor, mnikolova@hiberniacollege.net

Online Summer CPD Courses

Hibernia College is pleased to announce its 2014 online CPD Summer Course programme for teachers. Our user-friendly system allows you to study from your own home at times convenient to you. A personal CPD Record is provided, and participants have complimentary access to the first lesson of each course.

As of June 27, 2014:
Hibernia College’s Online DES-approved summer courses now carry EPV entitlement as follows:
Successful completion of 1 online course – 3 EPV days entitlement
Successful ...completion of 2 online courses – 4 EPV days entitlement
Successful completion of 3 online courses – 5 EPV days entitlement


Hibernia College is happy to announce the special rate of €210 for 3 online summer courses, (normally €267 in total).  To avail of this special rate, you must enrol on three or more courses in one transaction.

Enter the summer2014 code in the ‘Apply Coupon’ box before proceeding to the check-out on the PayPal page.
 
To register, go to cpd.hiberniacollege.net

Primary Teachers Required!

Are you looking for a long-term teaching position in September to complete your dip/induction year?

Protocol Education is working directly with a local authority in London to recruit a large number of newly qualified and experienced teachers. The local authority will put teachers through their dip/induction year.  Therefore, at the end of the year, you will gain  full registration with the Irish Teaching Council and gain Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) in England.  This is a fantastic opportunity to continue or commence your teaching career. It is also a great opportunity for friends to travel and work together.

The teaching positions commence in September for one full academic year and are available across all classes, from Junior Infants to Sixth Class.  Protocol Education have been assisting overseas teachers moving to England for over a decade, and we’ll assist you with all the practicalities, such as bank accounts and national insurance numbers.

If you are interested or require further information, please e-mail your CV as soon as possible to clodagh@protocol-education.com or call  (01) 4475254 (Dublin office).
 
**Dip/induction/probation year supported**

DIA Annual Conference



“Celebrate the past – Invent the future” was the theme of the 50th Drug Information Association’s (DIA) Annual Meeting.  One of the largest events in the pharmaceutical industry calendar, it brought together more than 7000 professionals involved in the discovery and development of pharmaceuticals and related medical products.  

This conference took place in San Diego from 15th - 19th June and was a great opportunity for Hibernia College to present its suite of Master programmes in health sciences and introduce the selection of three new postgraduate certificate programmes (developed in cooperation with the DIA).  In addition to the exhibition booth, Jeremy Whitty (Hibernia College Course Director) was there to speak about the Post Graduate Education Needs from 2014 to 2025.  

The majority of the conference attendees were from the US and were surprised to see an Irish college exhibiting.  This was however a great opportunity to increase brand awareness in one of the largest pharmaceuticals markets and sparked great interest from US students.

IRUPA Awards 2014



The 12th Annual Irish Rugby Union Players' Association (IRUPA) Awards sponsored by Hibernia College took place in the Double Tree by Hilton Hotel in Dublin on 7 May.
  
Andrew Trimble was voted Hibernia College Players’ Player of the Year 2014 by his fellow players and his success highlights the continuing need to design and provide flexible graduate and post-graduate programmes to meet the ever-changing needs of these individuals and their demanding lifestyles.
Dr Seán Rowland, President of Hibernia College, commented on the relationship between IRUPA and Hibernia College. “Hibernia College have formed a very strong relationship with IRUPA, providing scholarship opportunities to players through a combination of flexible online learning approaches  and internationally recognised academic programmes. It has been an excellent year for Irish rugby and Hibernia College students Andrew Trimble, Michael Swift, TJ Anderson and Tommy Bowe." 



Davis Cup


Hibernia College were proud sponsors of the 2nd Round in Group II of the Davis Cup. The Europe/Africa zone was held in Castleknock Lawn Tennis Club, Dublin, in April.

James McGee, Daniel Glancy, James Cluskey and Hibernia College student Sam Barry were selected to represent Ireland to play Egypt for the home tie.  Garry Cahill was selected as Team Captain.

While on paper the Egyptian team outranked the Irish players, it was clear that the Irish team were serious about their task to avoid relegation, and this was proved when Ireland secured the victory on day three with McGee winning his second singles of the tie against the Egyptian No. 1 player Mohamed Safwat to secure Ireland’s place in Group II zone in 2015.

Results Ireland 3 - Egypt 2
James McGee beat K Maamoun 6-0 6-3 6-2
Sam Barry lost to M Safwat  6-3 5-7 5-7 6-7(5)
James Cluskey & Sam Barry beat S Sabre & M Safwat  6-2 7-6(6) 6-2    
The final day singles
James McGee beat M Safwat 7-5 6-4 6-3
Daniel Glancy lost to M Osama 6-7(4) 6-7(5)

Rowing Ireland 

Rowing Ireland, the National Governing Body for rowing in Ireland, is delighted to be forming a close association with Hibernia College.  Rowing is one of the fastest-growing sports in Ireland, with 4,000 competitive members in 2014.  

Historically, rowing has been one of Ireland’s most successful international sports, with several World Champions, Junior World Championship medals and U23 World Championship titles. This month, Sanita Puspure won a bronze medal at the 2014 European Championships, just losing to the current Olympic Champion by 0.3 seconds.

Rowing is a demanding sport that requires a high level of aerobic fitness. Elite rowers train between 14 and 16 times every week in order to succeed at international level. The training for rowing incorporates on-the-water training in boats, weight lifting, cycling and running. It can be difficult for elite rowers to combine such a demanding training regime, with 2-3 training sessions every day, with a traditional full-time college course or job.

For ambitious rowers who want to combine training at an elite level with furthering their long-term career prospects, a more flexible approach to college is ideal. 

Any rowers who are interested in pursuing a course with Hibernia College can contact hamish.adams@rowingireland.ie for more information.

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