It’s still not too late… That’s the mantra that Letterkenny IT (LYIT) wants to remind people of.You might have just completed your leaving certificate but may be disappointed with your results, or are a graduate who is still trying to seek employment or you might be working but would like to progress your career further? In all of these instances Letterkenny IT can help and would relish the opportunity to sit down with you and talk through your options.This coming Wednesday, 24 August, LYIT is hosting a Course Information Day from 11 am – 4 pm in both our Letterkenny and Killybegs campuses. At our Course Information Day, you can meet with us to discuss the courses that are currently on offer through CAO Available Places.These may be new courses that opened for application after the Change of Mind deadline, or other courses where there are still places available.We also have a wide range of full-time postgraduate courses that are comparable to any other institution or university throughout Ireland or abroad. We offer an extensive range of flexible learning opportunities part-time in a variety of interesting areas such as Languages, Fashion, Construction, Business, Marketing, Tourism and Hospitality, Culinary Arts, Science, and Sports Nutrition. We have a course option suitable for all learners from preparatory studies, accredited Certificates/Diplomas and Degrees right up to Masters level.A representative will be at our Letterkenny campus to discuss these courses with you.Finally, LYIT and the Higher Education Authority are offering a range of free courses for the unemployed and these include Financial Services Technology, Culinary Skills, 3D Modelling & Animation, Computing, Tourism Destination Marketing, Digital Construction and Governance & Compliance in Financial Services. A representative will be at our Letterkenny campus to discuss these courses with you.So why not come along to our Course Information Day this Wednesday to discuss your options with our staff? We look forward to meeting you.LYIT invites people interested in third-level to attend Course Information Day was last modified: August 19th, 2016 by Elaine McCalligShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:CAOCollegeletterkennyLYITResultsUniversity
In this 21 August, 2014, file photo, Navy Adm. William McRaven addresses the Texas Board of Regents in Austin, Texas. President Donald Trump is drawing heavy critic. Photo: APUS president Donald Trump has ignited a firestorm of criticism and charges that he is politicizing the military by faulting a war hero for not capturing al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden sooner.Trump took shots at retired Adm. William McRaven in a weekend Fox News interview in which he also asserted that the former Navy SEAL and former commander of US Special Operations Command was a “backer” of Trump’s 2016 rival, Hillary Clinton, and supporter of president Barack Obama.”Disgusting,” the George W Bush administration’s White House counterterrorism adviser, Fran Townsend, wrote Monday on Twitter.Leon Panetta, who was CIA director during the bin Laden raid and later served as secretary of defence, said Trump owed an apology to McRaven and to all of those in the military and intelligence agencies who played a role in tracking down bin Laden and carrying out the risky raid into Pakistan. He called Trump’s remark “patently ridiculous.””It demonstrates a profound lack of understanding of how our military and intelligence agencies operate and undermines the president’s own standing as commander-in-chief,” Panetta said in a statement.The controversy follows a pattern of concerns raised by former senior military officers about Trump’s grasp of the military’s role. Some assert that his decision to send thousands of active-duty troops to the US-Mexico border shortly before the 6 November midterm elections was a political stunt.Trump also drew criticism for his decision not to visit Arlington National Cemetery on Veterans Day last week, following his trip to Europe. He said later he “should have” visited the cemetery but was too busy with official business.McRaven told CNN he is a fan both of George W Bush and Barack Obama, having served under them. “I admire all presidents, regardless of their political party, who uphold the dignity of the office and who use that office to bring the nation together in challenging times,” he said pointedly.McRaven previously had drawn widespread attention for lambasting Trump for repeatedly calling the news media the “enemy of the people.” McRaven had said the president’s words were “the greatest threat to democracy” in his lifetime. When this was raised in the Fox News interview, Trump lashed out at McRaven, who organized and executed the bin Laden raid in Pakistan in May 2011 as head of the secretive Joint Special Operation Command.”Wouldn’t it have been nice if we got Osama bin Laden a lot sooner than that, wouldn’t it have been nice?” Trump said.Asked whether military leaders were not due credit for having killed the al-Qaida leader, Trump said, “They took him down but – look, look, there’s news right there, he lived in Pakistan, we’re supporting Pakistan, we’re giving them $1.3 billion a year, which we don’t give them anymore, by the way, I ended it because they don’t do anything for us, they don’t do a damn thing for us.”
Listen at WEAA Live Stream: http://amber.streamguys.com.4020/live.m3uIs Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby providing fuel for her critics of her prosecution of the six police officers connected to the death of Freddie Gray? Many argue her appearance with Prince during his concert for Baltimore over the weekend made her already arduous task of convicting any of the officers even more challenging. We’ll engage our experts on the controversial matter. Plus, a round table discussion with middle and high school students on their thoughts about the Baltimore uprising. These stories and more coming up this evening on AFRO’s First Edition with Sean Yoes.