Ludgate Education Programme
The education programme at Ludgate is for everyone! We support education in a number of areas including primary, secondary and third level education, business supports and digital skills.
Students: We are currently preparing students for jobs and technologies that don’t yet exist, in order to solve problems that we don’t even know are problems yet. Ludgate’s vision is to help support education so that it is relevant to the needs of 21st century learners, educators, and organizations. This will require a shift in the way teachers teach, leaders lead, and students learn. The aim of the programme is to graduate a greater number of students from West Cork to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) degree programs leading to job placements and rural regeneration.
Businesses: Business’s can avail of our supports which include professional speaker events, workshops and seminars.
Our Community: The hub holds a range of digital skill classes and workshops throughout the year. The aim of the classes are to enhance the digital skills in our community.
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Supporting women who wish to return to work, rebuild their confidence, develop appropriate skills and support them to re-enter the workforce.
Hi Digital programme is aimed at bridging the worsening digital divide being experienced by older people in Ireland.
The Google for Education project ensures students from the West Cork region are digitally enabled. The project is supported by Google UK and Ireland.
The Lego For Education project is a innovative hands-on minds-on project with the support of ESB and Spearline.
Canvas is Ludgate's Learning Management System. You can access Canvas on your PC, laptop smartphone or tablet by downloading the Canvas App.
There is no Leaving Certificate Computer Science offering between Clonakilty and Listowel in North Kerry. We want to change this!
Ludgate is partnering with schools, parent's associations and industry to source IT equipment for students and teachers.
The Future of Education webinar with guest speakers Professor Maggie Cusack (President of MTU), Lord David Puttnam (Atticus education) and Professor John O’Halloran (President of UCC).
Ludgate in association with its partners have engaged in an extensive schools cluster programme which commenced in 2019 and has been accelerated by the Covid-19.
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Contact Kieran Collins
Education Innovation Manager, Ludgate
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