PLC Graduation Night at Coláiste Phobal Ros Cré  

May 23, 2016

On Thursday, 5th May the PLC sector of the College enjoyed their Graduation ceremony having completed programmes in Business Technology, Advanced Admin with HR, Healthcare Support, Nursing Studies, Early Childhood and Community Development.  The Principal, Michael O’Connor and PLC co-ordinator, Mary McGrath congratulated all students on completing their studies and wished them every success in their future careers.  Attendance awards were presented to students who obtained 100% attendance during their programmes. The guest speaker for the evening was Colleen O’Sullivan, Manager RehabCare, Thurles.  Colleen expressed her delight that the College is due to start a new Social and Community Care programme in September.  She recognised the absolute need for graduates with this qualification and acknowledged the existing labour shortages in the area.  Colleen attested to the high level of skills and standards of students completing courses in Coláiste Phobal Ros Cré, indeed, some of our past students from the Healthcare Support programme have been recruited by her.

Enrolment for the PLC programme is now taking place.  First round interviews are now being held.  Second round interviews will take place in late August.  If you are interested in any of the programmes, please log on to the College website or phone the College at 0505 23939 for a copy of our prospectus or to speak to the PLC co-ordinator, Mary McGrath.

No 1 Launch Social and Community Care
Pictured at the launch of the new PLC programme in Social and Community Care at Coláiste Phobal Ros Cré for next September. Left to right: Mary McGrath, PLC co-ordinator, Paula Nolan, tutor, Colleen O’Sullivan, Manager RehabCare, Thurles, Ingrid Condell, tutor and Jack Flynn, Deputy- Principal.


No 2Attendance Award
Fiona O’Reilly receiving her award for 100% attendance during her Healthcare Support programme at Coláiste Phobal Ros Cré Left to right:  Ingrid Condell, Nursing/Healthcare tutor, Fiona O’Reilly, Healthcare Support programme and Mary McGrath, PLC co-ordinator.
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