Lifelong Education: Gaelchultur offers more than just a cupla focail

Gaelchultur (gaelchultur.com) provides a wide range of courses for the public sector and the general public alike.

26th January, 2014
Helen Hegarty, curriculum development manager and Aodh O Gallchoir, specialised courses manager, in Gaelchultur's centre, 11 Clare Street, Dublin 2.

Gaelchultur (gaelchultur.com) provides a wide range of courses for the public sector and the general public alike. Having achieved third-level status in 2013, the company is now offering accredited Irish-language courses at levels 3, 4, 5 and 9 of the NFQ (National Framework of Qualifications).

A blended learning approach is used in all of these courses, giving students the opportunity to combine classroom-based learning with self-directed study on Gaelchultur's e-learning platform, ranganna.com.

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