This is the first podcast from the Carlow Institute Music Technology Class
This is the song Better Days. Written by Paul Hickey. Vocals by Paul Hickey and Karen O’Neill. Eric Roche (Waterford) on drums.
The teaching staff and management of Carlow Institute are absolutely delighted to welcome our 2020/21 students.
The energy that the student population have brought back to our building is fantastic.
The positive attitudes experienced during the classroom and remote teaching components of the courses since the return of classes has shown that the new teaching methods can and will allow a full and rewarding college experience for our students.
The very best of luck for the coming year.
Be sure to ask for help with any difficulties you may be experiencing through your Class teacher and Coordinator, we are here to help you get the very best from your studies.
The QA Newsletters for Autumn 2020 have been released:
A QA Newsletter has been published to keep learners informed about ongoing QA activities in KCETB.
There is a new FAQ page on the website
Firstly we are thinking of you and your families during these difficult times and hope that you are well and safe.
Please continue to engage with your teachers via MOODLE and email and stay in contact with your teachers on a regular basis.
Exams and Assessment Update:
As soon as we are aware of agreed national arrangements with regards to examinations and assessment approaches for your courses we will let you know and we will give you all the information you will need. In the meantime stay engaged with work assigned to you by your teachers and stay safe.
Please check your emails and MOODLE regularly for updates.
We will be in contact again in due course.
Thank you for your continued support of our students. In line with DES Guidelines (https://www.education.ie/en/Press-Events/Press-Releases/2020-press-releases/12-march-2020-statement-from-the-department-of-education-and-skills.html) Carlow Institute is closed to learners until March 29th and subsequently we are not expecting our students to attend work placement.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused by this but these are exceptional circumstances.
Again we thank you for your continued support.