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Engage with the staff of Portlaoise Institute at their Open Evening

Portlaoise Institute will host an Open Day and Evening on Tuesday, March 28, from 5-7pm where prospective students will be welcomed to their campus on the Mountrath Road.  

Students will be able to gain a tour of the campus, receive presentations from staff on each course, as well as having the opportunity to engage with staff to help you decide which is the right course for you.

Students can ask questions on all courses, fees, the application process and progression options. 

Applications for September 2023 are now available on the Portlaoise Institute website. www.portlaoiseinstitute.ie.

There are 24 full time and 12 part time QQI certified courses available, so there is something for everyone.

Exciting new courses on offer for September include: 

  • Certificate in Business and Digital Marketing
  • Certificate in Business and Taxation
  • Certificate in Business and Economics
  • Certificate in Certificate in Engineering & Sustainability
  • Certificate in Social Science & Community Care
  • Certificate in Child Nursing
  • Certificate in Gym Instruction & Sports Injury Studies

Deputy Principal Keith McClearn stated that “Portlaoise Institute is committed to providing all students with a high-quality education that enables them to achieve their maximum potential in an engaging, challenging and student-centred environment. 

It’s a place where students can experiment with new subjects and discover new passions through engagement with numerous different modules.

It’s a place where vital knowledge, technical and practical skills are learned so that students are ready for further education or to enter the world of work with an industry recognised qualification. 

Portlaoise Institute is a place brimming with opportunity, where students will be secure in the knowledge that staff are striving to curate the best possible education for them”.  

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