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March 4 2010

N E W S 45

Rushie's to be a barman in Coyotes
Liverpool football legend Ian Rush is coming to Coyotes Late Bar on Forster Street this Saturday (March 6). The striker who is well known for his goal ratio in the eighties is the man who when asked what life was like living in Italy is reputed to have said "It's like living in a foreign country." The Welshman will also try his bar tending skills by working behind the bar and even working as a DJ!! Ian Rush is best remembered as the legendary striker for Liverpool, but during his professional career he also played for Chester City, Juventus, Leeds United, Newcastle United, Sheffield United, Wrexham, and Sydney Olympic. He also made 73 appearances for the Welsh national football team. Coyotes is a popular venue for all types and sizes of parties. For all bookings and enquiries contact 086 7943460 or
Welsh legend Ian Rush to be celeb barman in Coyotes... It's like working in a foreign country.

GTI to hold Open Day next week
Galway Technical Institute, Father Griffin Road, the largest provider of quality assured further education courses in the West of Ireland will host its annual Open Day on Wednesday March 10 from 9.00am to 5.00pm. Jim Brick, principal of GTI states that` effective learning should be challenging, fulfilling and enjoyable while enabling students to build their personal abilities for a productive working life and a meaningful role in society.' GTI provides an atmosphere that encourages learning and promotes the personal development of each student through the medium of applied learning. The purpose of the GTI Project for Applied Learning (PAL) is to provide students with learning experiences that involve solving problems that are based on real-life situations. Through this innovative approach students can appreciate the usefulness of adapting and applying what they learn in the classroom to the real situations and problems encountered in everyday life. By bringing the real world into the classroom and the classroom into the real world, PAL has become the most effective and exciting way to learn the key knowledge and skills needed for employment, further education and active participation in the communities where we all work and live. Galway Technical Institute is dedicated to develop in its students the knowledge and skills they will need to prepare for a future in these challenging times. In a world of rapid change lifelong learning is no longer a luxury option. According to GTI guidance counsellor, Alison Ward: `We live at a time when planning for the future poses greater challenges then ever. Young people today must be ready to face many career shifts over their working lives as technology's onward march continues to change the workplace. It is important to look to the future with optimism while taking practical steps to ensure that the decisions we make now will be the right ones in the years to come. GTI offers a range of FETAC level 5 and 6 programmes in art and design, media, health, care and beauty, computing and Engineering and sport and recreation. For further details or to apply for any course visit or phone 091 581342

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