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Monday, June 24, 2013

RESOLVE are now enrolling

As part of the new courses being held within                                                      
  Limerick College of Further Education,                                                               
 RESOLVE are now enrolling for the following courses:
  Leadership Skills
Effective Management of Stress & Anxiety

For more information contact Ceara on 085 740 8918 or
To register  contact  Limerick College of Further Education on  061 414 344 or  
These courses come highly recommended for people who want to learn how to support themselves or others through stressful situations or want to develop a better understanding of good leadership skills.  Both courses are also sought after by many companies who want their staff to up-skill and gain from  personal and professional development.  
These courses offers effective tools that help enhance ones engagement and success both in the home and the workplace.
Individuals will benefit from either of these courses as they will gain confidence and self-awareness which in  turn can have a positive affect on their relationship, daily functions and mental and emotional well-being.    
Companies and employees will benefit from these courses as the training and development received can help to reduce staff absenteeism, address presentism, increase productivity and  potential deliverables as well as helping one to adapt more effective and structures problem-solving techniques.

Courses are due to commence in October 2013 and January 2014.

Saturday, June 22, 2013


As  some of our membershave had  issues/complaints dealing with Airtricity we decide to post the following for information purposes only. This information may be useful/should provide a good understanding of how to deal with any issue/complaint should you have oneREAD ON...


  • Our advisers are here to help and will generally be able to resolve your query there and then. If not, we will tell you what we need to do and arrange a time to call you back with a proposed solution which will contain a full explanation of the issue that occurred. If we were at fault, we will apologise.
  • We aim to reach an appropriate resolution of your complaint within three days, in the majority of cases - if for any reason we do not respond to your complaint or if we do not contact you within 10 working days you will be entitled to compensation as set out in our Customer Charter.

Friday, June 21, 2013


The Freedom of Information Acts establishes the right of members of the public to obtain access to official information to the greatest extent possible consistent with the public interest and the right to privacy of individuals.
The Freedom of Information Act 1997 commenced on 21st April 1998 for Government Departments and Offices and certain other Government bodies, and on 21st October 1998 for Local Authorities and Health Boards.
The Freedom of Information (Amendment) Act 2003 came into force on 11th April 2003.
The Act established three new statutory rights:
1.      A legal right for each person to access information held by Public Bodies

2.      MORE
Bodies listed by category which are subject to the Freedom of Information Act:

Central Government Departments
City/County/Borough 20Councils
Voluntary Hospitals

& Other Bodies

Monday, June 17, 2013

Local Employment Services

  • The Local Employment Services (LES) at St.Mary's AID through one-to-one support will work with you to identify suitable employment opportunities.
  • We will also, where necessary, find training and education programmes that will help you prepare for the workforce

  • Types of Support
    • People who are long-term unemployed (and their adult dependents) More Information

    Launch of “Historical Limerick Up Close and Personal” Walking Tour

    Friday, June 14, 2013

    New Economic Plan for Limerick

    Limerick Leader 2030: A new economic plan for Limerick city has been launched

    AN AMBITIOUS plan aimed at transforming Limerick and its economy has been launched today at the Strand Hotel.

    The €250m plan - ‘Limerick 2030 – An Economic and Spatial Plan for Limerick’ was unveiled by Local Government Minister Phil Hogan, Finance Minister Michael Noonan and Housing Minister Jan O’Sullivan.
    It has the potential to deliver 5,000 new jobs and sets out a number of objectives which will considerably change the infrastructure of the city centre and deliver a whole new vision for Limerick as a leading centre for commercial investment. MORE

    Limerick 2030: A new economic plan for Limerick city has been launched

    Tuesday, June 11, 2013

    HMV Recruiting 100 Staff as Four Stores to Re-open

    RECORD store HMV has begun recruitment for 100 positions at four stores in Dublin and Limerick just months after shutting down operations here with the loss of all staff.  MORE

    Monday, June 10, 2013

    Peer Mentoring Group