Date: Monday May 16th @12.30pm
Register on: https://www.synergycareers.ie/webinars-workshops/
For: Parents, students and Guidance Counsellors
Content: The 32nd Webinar in our series this year, 12th in our General Career Guidance topics for 2021/22
The cost of going to college is a massive investment of time, money and energy. We look at costs that you need to consider, comparison of costs of various routes into gaining qualifications, financial supports ( including grants) and tips to minimise your costs.
You will get general career guidance information along with college representatives and students
We will be joined by Conan Meehan Ulster University + more, with a panel of students sharing their experiences of how to manage costs.
If you cannot make 12.30pm Monday, the session will be recorded and provided on www.synergycareers.ie
To access recordings, sign up as a member, options range from Free, Basic and Premium for Individuals and Schools.
Viewing Options: Each webinar is hosted on zoom, links are provided once you register. If the webinar reaches full capacity make sure to go to our facebook page where it will be broadcast live https://www.facebook.com/synergycareers?ref=hl
Alternatively, if you cannot make 12.30pm Monday, ALL webinars are recorded so you won't miss out. Go to www.synergycareers.ie to register and view this week’s webinar – free to view for a limited time.
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Remember: This weeks webinar has just gone live on www.synergycareers.ie available for FREE for 1 week, paid membership plans provides unlimited access to ALL webinars + more.
There are 10 webinars during May and June aimed at supporting parents in their role as they support their sons/daughters coming up to July 1st. Here are the remaining webinars
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