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B.I.F.E.-Gaelic Games & Gym Instruction Course

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August 8, 2014


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B.I.F.E.-Gaelic Games & Gym Instruction Course

Bray Institute of Further Education have launched a new Gaelic Games & Gym Instruction Course as part of Kildare/Wicklow ETB aimed at GAA oriented students looking to have a career within Gaelic Games or in the fitness industry. Course is open to males and females of all ages.

B.I.F.E. understands that it is very difficult for anyone seeking jobs these days so over the past two years in conjunction with Leinster Council they have put this course together which can be used to attain an education that can be used for students to become directly employable in a subject they enjoy or it can be used as a stepping stone for students to progress onto further education.

Click here BIFE Gaelic Games Instruction for a PDF of the new course of study which should be of interest to club and county players, with leaving cert results coming out soon, some may not achieve points for their required field or some may not have made a decision on their future yet and our course could help them overcome obstacles that may lie in the way. We also are on the look out for mature students who have an interest in Gaelic Games who may be currently unemployed and are on job seekers benefit. This course will allow them to gain an education in the Gym Industry which is currently booming and where we can get them employed indirectly after the course. And of course when students finish the course they will all be qualified coaches to level one standard and will have backgrounds in strength and conditioning, sports nutrition, sports anatomy and sports coaching which we in turn improve standards in local clubs and thus improve county standards.

The course is fulltime 9am to 4pm Monday to Friday September until May of the following year.

The course link for access to our website is;

We hope that this course might appeal to some of your club and or county players, we have a large number of players currently signed up for the course for the forthcoming term from counties around Leinster.

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