NUI Galway Students’ Union Raises €12,500 for Console and BeLonG To
NUI Galway Students’ Union organised a wide array of charity events over the 2014/15 academic year. Students took part in aquathons, Croagh Patrick climbs, cake sales, table quizzes, a Christmas day in November, comedy gigs, calendar sales, pet farm visits and collection days to raise €12,500 for charity in the process!
All of the money raised from these events has been donated to the Students’ Union nominated charities for 2014/15 – Console and BeLonG To.
Applications are now CLOSED for charities to apply to be the Students’ Union nominated charities for 2015/16.
Declan Higgins, Students’ Union President said:
“Despite the constant cutbacks and daily challenges we all face, students have once again done their bit to help others. NUI Galway students have a very proud tradition of raising money for charities and they have excelled themselves this year.”
Margaret Tierney, Project Development Manager of Console said:
“We are indebted to NUI Galway Students’ Union for choosing Console as one of their charity partners, thereby raising awareness of the work of the Console Suicide Prevention and Bereavement Charity. We are always there to help when you are going through a difficult time and our free helpline 1800 247 247 operates 24 hours a day 7 days a week.”
David Carroll, Executive Director of BeLonG To said: “We’re delighted to be one of this year’s chosen charities by NUI Galway’s Students Union. The support of allies like the students of NUIG is vital to our work to eliminate homophobic & transphobic bullying and support those lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans young people and their families and to build a fairer more equal Ireland”
Left to right: Margaret Tierney (Console), Declan Higgins (NUIG SU President), Aoife Ní Shúilleabháin (NUIG SU Welfare) Phelim Kelly (NUIG SU Education), Oisín O’Reilly (BeLonG To)
Photo: Aengus McMahon
- Manual Handling Training Course – COURSE FULL 25/08/15
To provide you with the information and training necessary to be competent in Manual Handling, in order to avoid injury to yourself and to others. The Course Provider is The Emergency Services Training Institute.
On completion of this course, participants will be able to:
Define Manual Handling.
State relevant Irish and EU Legislation.
Describe the basic Anatomy of the Spine.
Utilise correctly the 8 Principles of Safe Lifting.
Manual Handling Legislation – as it applies to the employer
Dangers and harm caused by careless / unskilled methods of manual handling.
Principles of levers and laws of motion.
Anatomy of the spine and muscular system.
How to handle loads safely.
Practice in safe handling of loads.
Assessment & Certification:
To receive certification for Manual Handling all participants must successfully complete a theory quiz and a practical lifting assessment. The certification is valid for 2 years from the date of training.
Course Attendance: Maximum of 10 participants per instructor.
Cost: €30 (Usual cost €50)
Venue: The View, upstairs in Áras na Mac Léinn
Dates: 9am – 1.30pm Wednesday 26th August 2015
Repeat Exam Results 2015
Good luck to everyone getting exam results over the next few weeks.
Undergrad Repeat Results: 2nd Sitting (Autumn Results) will be released at 4pm on Wednesday 2nd September 2015.
Postgrad Repeat Results: 2nd Sitting (Autumn Results) will be released on Tuesday 15th September 2015. Winter results will be released on 22nd October 2015.
Please see this link for the online result release schedule.
Undergrad Results for Semester 1 & Semester 2 will be released online between Tuesday 9th and Friday 19th June 2015.
Postgrad Results will be released on Tuesday 30th June 2015.
Where ‘Fail’, ‘Incomplete’ or ‘Deferred’ appears as the Overall result on your transcript of results, you will be automatically registered to take any written modules for the Autumn (Repeat) session of examinations.
Appeals & Rechecks:
The deadline for Exam Result Appeals and Rechecks is the 7th of July 2015.
If you have any queries about your result or how to get an appeal or recheck contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 091 495999.
8th September 2017
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