Your Introduction to Photography

Your Introduction to Photography

More photographs have been taken in the last five years, than in the previous one hundred years. A startling fact when you consider most are consigned to “digital landfill” as an anonymous multi digit file! With the arrival of affordable […]

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Time To Do Your Homework?

Time To Do Your Homework?

Are you doing enough homework? In this article for Nightcourses.com, Mark Godfrey examines the arguments for parents to spend time with school-going children. Readers’ warning: this is a very hot topic.  There are no black and white terms, only grey […]

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TEFL and Travel – What You Need to Know

TEFL and Travel – What You Need to Know

Now that we’re all stuck indoors, and unemployment is at an all-time high, the question for many of us remain is what is next? If you suffer from wanderlust and are wondering how to spend the next few weeks/months – […]

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My First 6 Months at Wild Code School

My First 6 Months at Wild Code School

In this blogpost, Marek Wystepek, the campus manager in Wild Code School, Dublin comments on his time there: Over my 20 years working experience in Dublin, I have started 7 different companies, ranging from complete start-ups to global powerhouses like […]

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Fencing classes

Fencing classes

When men were men and women fainted a lot, fencing was a way to avenge an attack on your honour. Whether a cad had slighted your sister, or a drunken barbarian accused you of at cheating at cards, fencing brought, […]

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Are you considering a career in Forensic Psychology?

Are you considering a career in Forensic Psychology?

Are you considering a career in Forensic Psychology? Forensic Psychology is an engaging, important subject and working in this area means contributing to a dynamic, relevant area of science. Not only is the human mind a fascinating, complex field to […]

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Architecture

Architecture

Do you want to work in the rewarding, creative field of Architecture? The role of the architect is to design and co­ordinate building projects, from an extension to a house, to a complete housing estate or office block, based on a […]

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Musical Theatre Classes for Adults

Musical Theatre Classes for Adults

Join StageScreen Classes for exciting, challenging (but above all fun) Musical Theatre Classes for adults – starting 4th October. This programme is open to any age and ability. Students will study singing, dancing and – unlike other courses – take […]

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Why study Credit Management?

Why study Credit Management?

Credit management, or the managing of cash flow, is at the core of any business. The nature of providing goods or provides services ‘on credit’ – a normal and conventional practise in the modern world – means a business exposed […]

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Top Tips for Adult Learners

Top Tips for Adult Learners

Although there is not much in the way of scientific evidence for the idea, many people believe that learning becomes more difficult with age. It might be just a case of adults having to retain more additional information about their […]

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Building Your Career with Nightcourses

Building Your Career with Nightcourses

Do you plan on building your career? A well-chosen nightcourse can greatly improve your career prospects. People often assume, incorrectly, that an honours degree from a full-time course in a university is the only educational award that employers place any […]

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Business and Finance

Business and Finance

The time has come for the Celtic Phoenix to stop parading its flash (green?) coat and surgically reshaped shiny beak and step up to the plate, we face stiff competition for investment, from Eastern Europe and Asia in particular. A […]

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Art Portfolio Courses

Art Portfolio Courses

Imagine working in an industry where success usually only comes after you die, and the financial benefits of your work are generally reaped not by yourself, but by people who sell it on for increasing profits after it’s out of […]

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Film Production Courses

Film Production Courses

Ireland is Hollywood – with a small “h”.  This misty land cannot replicate the dusty hills and the heat of Los Angeles, California, but it’s had its fair share of movie triumph in the past decade.  We’ve had a few […]

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French Language Courses

French Language Courses

While English is the most commonly-spoken language in the world today, French has at one time been the planet’s most popular language thanks to the colonial conquests of Belgium and France. It however remains the most studied with up to […]

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