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#Training

From TheJournal.ie Quinn announces €40m upgrade for St Pat's teacher college Teacher Training

Quinn announces €40m upgrade for St Pat's teacher college

The Drumcondra teacher training facility is set to be upgraded over two years to accommodate 2,500 students.

From TheJournal.ie Irish soldier killed on army firing range Tragedy

Irish soldier killed on army firing range

Michael Maguire, from west Cork, died in an accident during live-fire exercises with the Royal Irish Regiment.

Sitdown Sunday: 7 deadly reads

The very best of the week’s writing from around the web.

From The42 Uncaged: What does it take to be an MMA fighter? The Rage

Uncaged: What does it take to be an MMA fighter?

Last week we found out the reasons why local Mixed Martial Art fighter Damien Rooney got into the sport. In Part Three, we get an insight into his processes leading up to a fight.

From The42 Injury update: Best, O’Brien, Ryan all expected to be fit by Saturday No Worries

Injury update: Best, O’Brien, Ryan all expected to be fit by Saturday

Ireland have nothing more than a couple of bumps and bruises to worry about ahead of Saturday’s trip to Twickenham.

From TheJournal.ie TheJournal.ie’s progress report for the Government: Disability, carers One Year In

TheJournal.ie’s progress report for the Government: Disability, carers

Kathleen Lynch is in charge of ensuring that the disabled and minorities are given a fair deal. How has she done so far?

From The42 We've got your back: Kelly and Corbett tip Macklin to shine on the big stage Corner Men This post contains images

We've got your back: Kelly and Corbett tip Macklin to shine on the big stage

Tipperary hurlers Eoin Kelly and Lar Corbett are in New York this week to support Matthew Macklin ahead of his St Patrick’s Day date with destiny.

From The42 In pictures: Ireland back in training Road To Poznan This post contains images

In pictures: Ireland back in training

Giovanni Trapattoni secured his baseball cap and braved the rain to take training in Malahide this morning.

From TheJournal.ie The Daily Fix: Thursday Daily Fix This post contains videos

The Daily Fix: Thursday

Your nightly round-up of the day’s biggest news stories…

From TheJournal.ie Govt to launch plan to get people back to work Pathways To Work

Govt to launch plan to get people back to work

Sustainable employment is the aim of the Government’s new Pathways to Work programme.

From TheJournal.ie Column: We should be giving jobless people the money we’re wasting Opinion

Column: We should be giving jobless people the money we’re wasting

The funds we’re currently spending on make-work training programmes should be handed directly to unemployed people, writes Aaron McKenna.

From TheJournal.ie €645m saved through social welfare 'control measures' Social Welfare

€645m saved through social welfare 'control measures'

Joan Burton says 982,000 individual claims have been reviewed, including savings of €60m from the ‘special investigation unit’.

From TheJournal.ie 437 jobseekers had payments cut for refusing employment help Jobseekers

437 jobseekers had payments cut for refusing employment help

The jobseekers had their payments reduced after the Department of Social Protection examined around 2,000 cases of people who failed to attend two Employment Action Plan interviews.

From TheJournal.ie Prince Harry may return to Afghanistan as front line pilot Apache

Prince Harry may return to Afghanistan as front line pilot

Captain Wales became a fully-qualified Apache Attack helicopter pilot yesterday.

From The42 Training Day: Wolfhounds added to Ireland's Six Nations camp Six Nations

Training Day: Wolfhounds added to Ireland's Six Nations camp

Declan Kidney has announced a 32-man squad for the second week of Ireland’s Six Nations training camp.

From The42 In pictures: Ireland's Six Nations training begins in Limerick Hard At It This post contains images

In pictures: Ireland's Six Nations training begins in Limerick

Bryan Cullen had a role in Ireland’s tournament preparation, come and take a gander.

From TheJournal.ie More firefighters suspended in Roscommon over training dispute Firefighters

More firefighters suspended in Roscommon over training dispute

Roscommon is now without over 40 per cent of its firefighters raising concerns over the health and safety of those who remain and people in the county.

From TheJournal.ie Ex-TalkTalk workers to begin upskilling programme Talk Talk

Ex-TalkTalk workers to begin upskilling programme

Skillnets has announced a €250,000 investment for the provision of training to former TalkTalk employees in Waterford.

From TheJournal.ie Online training to help people support grieving family and friends Grief

Online training to help people support grieving family and friends

An online training course developed by the Irish Hospice Foundation will help people to support family, friends and colleagues who have lost a person they love.

From The42 Sculpted: the fittest professional athletes Gym'll Fix It This post contains images

Sculpted: the fittest professional athletes

Check out this slideshow. And then go for a run.

From TheJournal.ie Aquatic Centre attracts synchronised swim and water polo Olympians Olympics 2012 This post contains videos

Aquatic Centre attracts synchronised swim and water polo Olympians

Britain’s water polo team will train here ahead of the London Olympics, bringing to four the number of squads we’ve attracted here for training – so the games are not proving to be exactly the goldmine we hoped for.

From The42 Irish injury concerns ease ahead of Macedonia clash Fighting Fit

Irish injury concerns ease ahead of Macedonia clash

Damien Duff and Sean St. Ledger are expected to shake off knocks while Richard Dunne returns to full training.

From The42 Chelsea refuse to comment on Cole "shooting" incident Controversy

Chelsea refuse to comment on Cole "shooting" incident

Reports suggest that Ashley Cole accidentally shot a young intern at the club’s training ground last Sunday.

From TheJournal.ie Training agency facing fraud investigation Training

Training agency facing fraud investigation

Hundreds of students are still registered on Empower’s courses, and hundreds more have paid for future places.

LEINSTER RUGBY are hard at work this year, so much so that they’ve already started their pre-season training – do they ever get a break? We managed to get hold of some of the action that featured on the team’s Facebook. Next week the lads will have their first open training session in Mullingar RFC – all welcome.

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