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National Parents Association for Vocational Schools and Community Colleges
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           CEO Full Time Post 2014


NPCpp are now recruiting for a full time CEO commencing September 2014.

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                    Job Decription

                     Information Brief



 

The National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NCCA) presents
a series of meetings organised with the
National Parents Council - Primary and Post Primary on Junior Cycle reform


The National Parents Council Primary and Post Primary, with the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NCCA), are holding a series of meetings providing information on the changes underway in junior cycle education.

The meetings are aimed, in particular, at parents of children starting post-primary school in September.
They will provide information on:

• The changes being introduced in September
• The main features of the junior cycle developments  in the coming year
• The new assessment system being introduced

In general, the NCCA presentation will aim to show how junior cycle reform represents a positive change for students, parents and the education system.
The first round of meetings take place in Cork, Dublin, Galway and Limerick in June, the second round in a number of regional centres in September.


Dublin South  
Stillorglan Park Hotel, Tuesday 17th June 2014
Cork          
Rochestown Park Hotel, Tuesday 17th June 2014
Galway        

Salthill Hotel, Tuesday 17th June 2014

Dublin North  
The Crowne Plaza, Blanchardstown        Wednesday 18th June 2014

Limerick      
The Strand Hotel, Wednesday 18th June 2014

 
TIME:  All sessions start at 7:30pm – 9:00pm
COST:  Free

To attend you must register by emailing the following details to training@npcpp.ie 

  1. Forename
  2. Surname
  3. Email Address
  4. Are you a
    Parent of a child in primary school?
    Parent of a child in post primary school?
  5. Venue you would like to attend (important)


Presentations and Notes 

The National Parents' Council
Post Primary

Annual Education Conference 2013

“Parents; Your role in these Changing Times”


Can be found Here.


   
          

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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