Lifelong Learning Festival 2022


11.00 - 12.00 HRS Launch of ‘AWalk in My Shoes’ short film The City Library, 57-61 Grand Parade, T12 NT99 Cork City Libraries / NLN CULTURE | HEALTH / WELLBEING Launch of a powerful Short Film, shining a hopeful light on what it is like to live with a mental illness in 2021, as students show how they overcame personal and social obstacles. This film means to inspire and empower students and others. A collaboration between The National Learning Network and Cork City Libraries. Grant aided by the Dormant Account Fund.

13.00 - 15.00 HRS Exhibition of work created by learners in the CTC Unit 5 Sunbeam Ind Est, Blackpool T23YT62 Blackpool, Glen & Farranree Community Training Centre EDUCATION This Training Centre was established to respond to locally identified training needs and provide community based training in a holistic, integrated and quality led environment to young people aged 16 - 21 years. To empower early school leavers and young adults to realise their potential through vocational based training programmes such as Catering, Multiskills (carpentry) Retail. Computers and Hairdressing - all at QQI level 4. Come see the products created by the course participants.

100 MAX

11.00 HRS ‘HEAL’ - Film Screening Lavanagh Centre, Ballintemple,T12NT26 School of the Divine Child Video of Opera devised by students, School of Divine Child. HEAL the opera explores teenage love, school bullying against a background of music devised by the students and Teacher Oran O’Reilly. Influenced by the music of Rory Gallagher and the main character is called ‘Rory’. FOR BOOKINGS 021 4291804 or 11.30 - 13.00 HRS The PREPARE Evaluation Story MTU Bishopstown Campus MTU Disability Support Service & SOAR EQUALITY Sharing the PREPARE Entry Guide and how the PREPARE evaluation came about. This event will serve to highlight the support needs of autistic students in third level education, whilst also addressing key linked themes such as Universal Design. Communication, awareness and education.

50 MAX

FOR BOOKINGS 13.00 -14.00 HRS Greening the Screen: Engaging with Ecology and Media UCC, Ground Floor 20 The Kane Building, University College Cork ENVIRONMENT / ECOLOGY | CULTURE This event is part of a series of three classes which encourage people to engage with concepts of climate change and ecology as they are presented in films, television and social media. This class aims to help people to become more critical and engaged when encountering representations of nature and ecology, to better enable them to call for change at a social level. This event is suitable for all ages and all levels. See also Pg 25 & 38

60 MAX





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