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Presentation to residents of Ballyhaunis Direct Provision

Last night, Claremorris Community Radio chairperson Pat Keane and trainer John Nolan travelled to Ballyhaunis to present certificates to the students who recently completed our QQI Level 3 course in Media Expression.

11 students completed the course, during the months of September and October 2018. Lessons took place both in the Ballyhaunis Direct Provision Centre and at the studios of Claremorris Community Radio.

Claremorris Community Radio congratulates all the students who completed the course. They are: Kim Agyemang, Mavis Kenosi Alom, Sameera Chaudry, Olufunmilayo Fabunmi, Vivian Fasanmi, Mariam Gooding, Daniel Kabongo, Fathi Mohamed, Owodunni Mustapha, Agyeiwa Owusu and Mwawi Silungwe.

As always, the students completed an hour-long radio programme as part of their submitted work during the course. If you missed the broadcast of this excellent and interesting production, it is still available on our online archive at www.mixcloud.com/claremorrisfm/life-in-direct-provision-in-ballyhaunis/

Claremorris Community Radio would like to thank Bridgestock Ltd., Mayo Intercultural Action and South West Mayo Development Ltd. for their assistance and cooperation in the running of this course.

Level 4 graduation

Congratulations to the students who completed our QQI Level 4 course in Community Radio Skills at the start of this year.  The students received their certificates at the station on Wednesday evening.  The certificates were presented by Pat Keane, the chairperson of Claremorris Community Radio.

The successful students were Chay Dawkins, Paco Del Valle, Iarla Fitzpatrick, Bakulu Mangidi and Mary Angela O’Brien.  Congratulations all!

Media course graduation

The graduates from our most recently completed FETAC/QQI media course received their certificates last night in a short ceremony which took place in the Dalton Inn.

Our chairperson, Johnny Kirrane, presented the certificates and congratulated the students on their successful completion of the course.

The course, carried out under the auspices of CRAOL and funded by the Community Foundation for Ireland, took place in the last three months of 2015.  For more information, please visit speakingupforachange.org