Hello everyone! It’s that time of year again when the schools and colleges are back in full swing. Pobal Mhuileann an tSiáin are offering evening and morning classes in Irish. So if you want to learn a wee bit of Irish, maybe improve on the Irish you already know or simply wish to brighten up the dark winter nights, then check out the range of classes on offer. Good luck!
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|Líofa 2015 Irish||Thu||10am-12pm||20/9/2012||30||£3/class||—|
GCSE Irish: aimed at those wishing to take their GCSE in Irish or simply learn at that level without taking the exam.
Kids Irish: aimed for Primary School children from P1 to P7 and its pay per class.
AS Irish: for those post GCSE level wishing to gain the Advanced Subsidiary level in Irish.
Improvers Irish: for those who have studied Irish before in some capacity and simply want to improve.
Beginners Irish: for those who are complete beginners to Irish.
Líofa 2015 Irish: suited for those who have signed up for the Líofa 2015 challenge where they wish to support their learning of the language. Its pay per class.
Reduced Fee: This fee refers to the price of the course for certain groups of people. For a full list please visit the NWRC website on part-time fees & finance.
To enrol, query or seek more information please contact Antaine Ó Fearghail on (028) 8165 9801 or (028) 8165 9168 or via mobile on 079 3635 1984.
If you live further away from the Strabane district, there are other Irish classes on offer. Below are some links to help you find one near you. If you don’t see a link here, please check out your local college, night school, community hall or likewise and find out. We wish you all the best.
Links to other courses available:
- North West Regional College’s Community Courses 2012/13.
- Líofa’s pdf file of language classes available in Northern Ireland.
- Gaelport’s list of Irish classes throughout Ireland.
- Oideas gael in Donegal offers language classes along with cultural and outdoor activities.
- Gael linn adult courses in Dublin.