Expand your cúpla focail this spring

Since Gaelchultúr, the Irish language training and consultancy started running courses in 2004, there has been a steady increase in learner numbers, as well as in the level of interest in classes. This has prompted the company to expand its range of

24th January, 2009

Since Gaelchultúr, the Irish language training and consultancy started running courses in 2004, there has been a steady increase in learner numbers, as well as in the level of interest in classes.

This has prompted the company to expand its range of courses, and classes will be offered in 19 locations around Ireland this spring, including Cork, Limerick, Galway, Letterkenny, Tralee, Mullingar and Dublin.

New career opportunities have become available as a result of both...

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