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GTI application system now open

Wednesday, 8th February, 2017 1:00am

GTI, the West of Ireland’s largest college of Further Education & Training is now accepting applications for courses commencing in September 2017. Check out where you will find an extensive range of full-time courses including some exciting new study options for 2017. Making an application to GTI is free of charge and it’s also free to change your application to another course choice later on. Through its Applied Learning approach, GTI offers learners the opportunity to gain valuable experience in the workplace together with providing the knowledge and skills to progress to further and third level education.

Among the many new courses on offer for September are Complementary Health Therapies, Diploma in Complementary & Sports Injury Therapies (ITEC), Emergency Care Services, Music and Event Production.

GTI is continuing to expand by offering many new courses which will provide direct career opportunities to learners. Skills for the economy are a particular focus at GTI and courses are tailored towards the jobs market. At GTI you will gain valuable knowledge, skills and experience that will help you on your career path and into the current jobs market.

Courses at GTI can provide a direct route to third level. Progression to third level education is very strong at GTI with 60 per cent of students being offered a place in colleges including NUIG, GMIT, AIT, LIT and IT Sligo. GTI welcomes applications from both school leavers and mature learners who wish to retrain or up skill. Check the GTI website for full details of all courses being offered across all 10 Departments.

Apply now at Galway Technical Institute is part of GRETB (Galway and Roscommon Education and Training Board) and funded by the Irish Government and European Social Fund.

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