Limerick businesses urged to accept Irish Business Design Challenge Limerick on Covid watch list Print Housing 37 Compulsory Purchase Orders issued as council takes action on derelict sites Linkedin Facebook Twitter Mary Killeen Fitzgerald, Limerick LEO; former rugby international Fiona Steed and Network Ireland President Helen Wycherley at the launch of the International Women’s Day event in Thomond Park.Photo: Brian ArthurAS THE home of Munster Rugby, Thomond Park has seen its fair share of endurance and determination on the sporting front.On Friday, March 8 it will be the venue for a major event to mark International Women’s Day when the focus will be on building a different kind of resilience.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Hosted by Network Ireland, the Women in Business conference will be attended by hundreds of budding entrepreneurs, SME owners, professionals and leaders in indigenous and multinational organisations to non-profits, charities, arts and the public sector.Network Ireland’s International Women’s Day event normally takes place in Dublin but its president Helen Wycherley, who has strong ties with Limerick and Munster Rugby, decided to move the location to Thomond Park.Eamon Ryan, Head of Enterprise, Local Enterprise Office Limerick said that the event would strengthen the partnership between LEO Limerick and Network Ireland.Speakers include former Ireland rugby international, Fiona Steed and performance coach, Gerry Hussey. The event MC is journalist Deirdre O’Shaughnessy. The theme for this year’s conference is #BuildingResilience.President of Network Ireland, Helen Wycherley said: “We want to focus on #BuildingResilience – for ourselves and our businesses. It is important to develop a positive and resilient mind-set to conquer the challenges we as businesswomen encounter. Our celebration of International Women’s Day will be a fantastic, inspiring, fun event for all with endless opportunity for learning and connecting with other women in business from across the country.”“Through my presidency of Network Ireland, I want to help women to fulfil their potential by empowering them to step up and do more. That is why I’ve chosen #StepUp as the theme for 2019.“I want to help and support our members, to do more and be more. So this year will be all about empowering women to step up to the challenge, to be ready to seize opportunities as they arise, to be confident and go for that promotion, apply for that grant application, go on State boards or take more risks and to say “I can” not “I might” or “maybe”.Tickets for the event are available at https://networkirelandiwd2019.eventbrite.ieby Rebecca [email protected] Email Advertisement WhatsApp TechPost | Episode 9 | Pay with Google, WAZE – the new Google Maps? and Speak don’t Type! Exercise With Oxygen Training at Ultimate Health Clinic BusinessNewsNetwork Ireland brings a different kind of resilience to Thomond ParkBy Staff Reporter – February 19, 2019 2849 TAGSbusinessEventLimerick City and CountyNews Previous articleCall for directly elected Mayors to be given executive powersNext articleAaron Gillane, Power Plays and Peaking Early: Talking Points from Nowlan Park conquest Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Ann & Steve Talk Stuff | Episode 29 | Levelling Up
MEMBER INVOLVED SHOOTING: Patrol members attempted to conduct a welfare check on Barney Hill Rd. in Nelson Township, Tioga Co. at approx. 12:30 when the subject opened fire. One trooper was struck and has been transported by helicopter to receive medical attention. pic.twitter.com/IJQH9P18o2— PA State Police (@PAStatePolice) December 10, 2019 At this time, the trooper’s condition is unknown. Check back with 12 News for additional updates. Currently, Williamson Senior High School is in “Secure Mode,” as a precaution. According to school staff, students and employees are still attending classes as normal, but no one is permitted to leave until the secure mode is lifted. Parents of students should wait for a parent link phone call before picking up students. NELSON TOWNSHIP, Pa. (WBNG) — A police officer was injured while attempting to conduct a welfare check on Barney Hill Road Tuesday afternoon according to a recent text from Pennsylvania State Police.
Five people were educated through this program of education of the hotel concierge for people with disabilities, which was conducted by the Uristica catering school Split in cooperation with the Hotel Cornaro in Split. About 10% of travelers, tourists in the world are people with some kind of disability, but in the hotel industry their specific needs are not adequately recognized. Slaven Škrabić, professor at the Split school and project manager The Fit4Work project involved 45 unemployed people and the implementation lasted 20 months. In order to realize it well, 12 teachers from TUŠ, two mentors from “Bluesun – Hotel Company Tučepi”, two mentors from the hotel “Cornaro” and a representative of the association for inclusion “Lastavice” participated. ” It is very important that tourism workers think about the needs of people with disabilities. For example, when a hotel guest requests a personalized tour of Diocletian’s Palace, the hotel’s Concierge services contact an outside agency, a guide greets the guest at the agreed location and the tour begins. In this case, Concierge services can not only leave the guest to the guide, but will meet with him beforehand and together determine the route of the tour, taking care that the guest is picked up by an adequate vehicle, to go to locations where it is not too crowded and to there will be no architectural barriers on the way ” explained the project manager Slaven Škrabić, a professor at the school in Split. Tijekom studijskog putovanja u London mentori su imali priliku vidjeti kako funkcionira tamošnji sustav, dodaje Škrabić, te naglašava kako je u Engleskoj svijest o važnosti zapošljavanja osoba s invaliditetom viša, poduzetnici nemaju olakšice već zapošljavanje osoba s invaliditetom shvaćaju kao ulaganje u društvo i upravo je to razlog zbog kojeg je neophodno ulagati u podizanje svijesti o važnosti zapošljavanja ranjivih skupina kako bi s godinama ona i u našem društvu porasla. Praktični dio edukacije za četiri smjera odnosno barmen / barista te pomoćni konobar, kuhar i slastičar polaznici projekta odradili su u Bluesun hotelu Alga u Tučepima. “Naši dojmovi su odlični. Bilo nam je zadovoljstvo sudjelovati u inkluziji ranjivih skupina na tržište rada. Polaznicima smo prezentirali hotelski dio usluge i potrebne stručne vještine kako bi stekli direktno iskustvo rada u realnom, svakodnevnom poslovanju. Sudjelovanje u ovakvim projektima tvrtkama nije važno isključivo u kontekstu društveno odgovornog poslovanja već je to općenito prednost za cijelo hrvatsko gospodarstvo” pojasnio je Filip Benjak, voditelj razvoja karijera u Bluesun hotelima. But most importantly, the Fit4Work project ultimately resulted in employment in the sector for more than half of the total 45 attendees, and within a few months. Hotel concierge training for people with disabilities held for the first time in Croatia For this reason, in the School of Tourism and Hospitality Split this year realized a project, Fit4Work designed by the school and aimed at training long-term unemployed people over 54, people with disabilities and young people who were not previously associated with hospitality and tourism. The implemented programs were related to the professions of assistant chef, board waiter, board confectioner, bartender / barista and one very specific specialization – hotel concierge for people with disabilities. “Neophodno je da bar jedan hotelski djelatnik bude educiran o ovoj temi. Edukacije za conciergea za osobe s invaliditetom pruža vrlo konkretna znanja s brojnim primjerima iz prakse i nastavljamo je provoditi u našoj školi” zaključio je voditelj projekta Slaven Škrabić Cover photo: Pixabay.com
“We are very excited to continue our partnership with Arnold Motor Supply and provide this tour for our IMCA Modified division again this season,” commented IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder. “The 2019 schedule is one that aligns with the foundation of the tour and visits tracks throughout the region located near Arnold Motor Supply store locations. We are anxious to get the season underway.” The Spencer, Iowa-based auto parts supplier provides a portion of the $10,000 point fund to be paid to drivers in final top 10 point standings and awards a Traeger Lil’ Tex Elite Pellet Grill to the series champion. In addition to two shows at Benton County Speedway, Arnold Motor Supply Dirt Knights Tour dates also include events at Marshalltown Speedway, Park Jefferson Speedway, Hancock County Speedway, Buena Vista Raceway, Kossuth County Speedway, Clay County Fair Speedway, Fairmont Raceway and 34 Raceway. In its 92nd year of business, Arnold Motor Supply has 57 auto parts stores and 21 machine shops located in communities represented on the upcoming tour schedule and across the Midwest. Arnold Motor Supply became title sponsor for the tour in 2017. “We are thrilled to be partnering with IMCA for another year,” said Brad Edwardson, vice president of business development for Arnold Motor Supply. “It’s another way we can give back to our loyal customers, team members and race fans in the communities we serve.” Information about auto parts store and machine shop locations is available by calling 712 262-1141, on Facebook and at the www.arnoldmotorsupply.com website. SPENCER, Iowa – One of IMCA’s most popular partnerships continues in 2019 as Arnold Motor Supply returns as title sponsor of the Dirt Knights Modified Tour. Drivers are invited to join Team High Gear, the Arnold Motor Supply loyalty program that ‘rewards race teams for buying the parts you need anyway.’ See how Team High Gear can equip your race team with the right parts and out-of-sight perks like discounted auto parts, paint discounts, and other pit crew specials. Sign up today at racethg.com http://racethg.com. The 10th annual tour opens on May 21 at Sports Park Raceway in Fort Dodge.