History is concerned with studying the political, cultural, social and economic structures of the past; it is not about memorising facts or the ability to recite dates. More importantly, it analyses trends and asks, why did these events happen in this particular way? Exploring the hidden histories of County Longford, learning can be fun whilst active. A key feature of this course is its exploration of the Longford countryside introducing you to a series of local tours which you can bring your own pupils on. If interested in Local History and learning more about County Longford then this is the course for you.
(Meeting at Melview National School, Longford)
Monday 5th July:
Tuesday 6th July:
Wednesday 7th July:
Thursday 8th July:
Friday 9th July:
This course will be delivered from Monday 5th July to Friday 9th July from 9:30am to 2pm
Current Guidelines as of 10/05/21 state what inter-county travel is permitted and organised outdoor gatherings with a maximum attendance of 15 people and outdoor training for adults in pods of a maximum of 15 people can go ahead. There may be further easing of restrictions before 1st July. However, it is up to each participant to ensure that they are compliant with whatever guidelines are in place at the time.
Full attendance is required to be awarded 3 EPV days. 2 EPV days will be awarded for 4 days attendance. (Regardless of the reason for the absence). No EPV days will be awarded for less than 4 days attendance.
The course fee cannot be refunded for any reason.
|Course Date||05-07-2021 9:30 am|
|Course End Date||09-07-2021 2:00 pm|
|Cut off date||18-06-2021 3:00 pm|
|Facilitator||Adrian Scollan & Eamonn Brennan|
|Location||Melview National School|
Co. Leitrim, Rep. of Ireland