Dear Friends, The public talk given by our special guest Ms Marie Anne Isler Béguin yesterday at Trinity College Dublin was the occasion for us to launch our 2018 secondary-school competition inspired by President Emmanuel Macron’s slogan “Make our planet great again“. Full details of the competition have now been posted on our website AMOPA Irlande under “Concours”.
Spread the word! The deadline to join the competition is 15 April 2018.
For the first time in 14 years the French Teachers’ Association of Ireland (FTA) is returning to Cork for its National Conference which this year will be on the theme of using media in the classroom.
The 2 day conference in UCC on October 6th/7th will be opened by the Swiss Ambassador to Ireland, Mme. Marie-Claude Meylan, and will include speakers from national and international agencies promoting the use of media in the French classroom. Supported by the French Embassy in Ireland, the International Federation of French Teachers, the Alliance Française and many other bodies this Conference promises to be a very enjoyable and profitable experience for French teachers in Ireland. For more information and to attend the conference…
The European Personnel Selection Office (EPSO) has opened applications for the position of Graduate Administrator (AD5) in the EU institutions.
In order to provide you with the most up to date information possible, the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade will hold an information session on 4 April 2017 at 13:00 in The Italian Room, Government Buildings, Dublin 2. If you would like to attend this event, please contact Darragh Higgins at email@example.com.
In the interests of supporting continuing professional development for post-primary teachers of French, the Department of Education and Skills and the Cultural Service of the French Embassy offer this year again a number of scholarships to attend an in-service course during the summer.
The in-service courses offered have enabled teachers to up-skill themselves both linguistically and pedagogically in addition to affording them opportunities to engage with other Irish teachers of French.
There are 2 types of scholarships offered:
Scholarships for a 2 weeks in-service course in France (July or August)
Scholarship for a 5 days in-service course at The Alliance Française de Dublin (June 26th – 30th)
For more information and details on how to apply, click here.