Digital & New Technologies - Staring on 5th August 2019 - 4 weeks studying at Belfast Met followed by 4 weeks unpaid work placement. No prior knowledge of digital & New Technologies is required to complete this course, however a good knowledge of basic ICT use, including email and social media will be necessary.
The 22nd Annual Meeting of the Irish Society of Human Genetics - Promoting research and education in the field of human genetics and providing a forum for those professionally involved in human genetics and molecular medicine. Bringing together the clinical and research human genetics communities in Ireland, and provides delegates an opportunity to present, discuss and debate the challenges and opportunities associated with human genetics in Ireland.
Freshwalks: Belfast x Manchester Welcome to Freshwalks. As part of our late-September Belfast Tour, I invite all of our friends and business contacts in Belfast to join our 20-strong Manchester delegation for a social event at the Babel rooftop bar and garden. It promises to be a fun, informal evening consisting of a [...]
The EA has been awarded more than £50,000 of SBRI funding to work with suppliers on a first phase of a project to develop innovative solutions to use multi agency data more efficiently and effectively to enable the EA to support parents and pupils and stakeholders and improve the delivery of services and support for pupils with Special Educational Needs. This information event will provide an opportunity to hear from Education Authority staff and learn more about the SBRI challenge and how to bid.
The Northern Ireland Roadshow, an OWL (Optimised Waste & Logistics) event is designed to help both local authority and private waste operators understand the benefits of the very latest vehicles and technologies. This exciting event is supported by CIWM, CILT, FORS & LAPV Magazine and many other business partners. CILT will award 3 CPD hours for attendance at this event.
The Royal Society of Chemistry's eighth annual Science and Stormont event will be held in the Long Gallery (Afternoon Presentations) and the Members Dining Room Annexe (Exhibition, Evening Drinks Reception and Buffet), Parliament Buildings, Stormont, Belfast. This year’s theme will be education and skills, and the RSC is delighted that Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell DBE FRS has agreed to deliver the keynote address.
Come join us for what has become the highlight of the Northern Ireland business calendar. Together with more than 700 business executives, entrepreneurs, investors and student innovators you will enjoy an amazing evening of networking, great food, elevator pitches, presentation of Invent awards and the announcement of the Innovation Founder 2019.
This session will inform you how the practice of Lean In circles can work within the corporate workplace to improve diversity and inclusion. This event will be of interest to employees wanting to effect change in their company, as well as D&I professionals or senior managers wanting to learn to improve their current offerings.
Ready Steady Grow! 2019 is the best opportunity for entrepreneurs, investors and business advisers to meet and share knowledge on all the exciting funding options and growth financing for start ups and SMEs. Here at The MAC in Belfast we are bringing together small businesses, investors, funders, entrepreneurs and business advisers - all in one place to hear expert opinion from SME industry experts.