With Covid-19 putting a halt to many of the world's most popular sporting events, Dr Susan Goblin discusses the psychological and physical effects this has had on elite athletes as well as the performance technology that has been used by elite athletes to stay in shape during lockdown.
Upon the return of the Premier League last week, Dr Susan Goblin discusses the changes that have been implemented to ensure the safety of players and the potential impact of these changes from a performance psychology perspective.
Through the MBE Skillnet, employers, sole traders can avail of funding to upskill employees in the early years sector. MBE Skillnet is part funding our next course Level 7 course available to all MBE Skillnet starting May 23rd & June 13th '20.
Marguerita Magennis shares her insight into creating a "New Norm" to support the continued education of children with special educational needs during Covid-19 Shutdown.
The closure of fashion retail outlets will have a deep impact on the sector, what are the silver linings for this dark cloud - Anne-Marie McAuley, PM of the fashion buying and merchandising programmes, shares her insights.
College Director, Denise Flood discussed the impact of the Covid 19 shutdown on the Institute and the transition to a new way of teaching, learning and assessing.
We asked Eoin O'Sullivan, lead tutor of Strategic FM and the Workplace Risk Management modules on the MSc & BSc programmes, to share his views on planning for business continuity during these extraordinary times.
Early Years tutor and experienced practitioner, Marguerita Magennis shares some insight into the supporting children with ASD at home during the Covid-19 shutdown.
Natasha Murphy updates us with her plan for staying connected with the children and families of Portobello Institute's pre-school by streaming circle time live on social media.
Natasha Murphy, manager of Portobello's pre-school discusses the importance of continuing to work in partnership with parents even during forced closure as a result of Covid 19. Natasha streams Circle Time on social media to stay engaged with the children of our setting.
A Masters in Early Childhood Studies can open up a range of job opportunities for you both in and out of the early years setting that you may not have previously considered or even been eligible for. Deepening your knowledge of the early years along with improvements in salary benefits, job stability, and opportunities to move into different areas of the early years sector are all reasons to study for a Masters in Early Childhood Studies.
We here at Portobello offer different methods of learning, full-time, part-time, distance, blended and more. In this piece, we discuss the similarities and differences between distance and blended learning.
Is it a coincidence that a huge number of brands have similar looks meandering down the catwalks in the fashion capitals of the World?
Learn how to ace a fashion role interview with advice from Anne Marie Mc Auley, Head of Fashion.