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A WORTHWHILE YEAR FOR THESE GRADUATES!

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Back row – Left to right Michelle O Sullivan, Georgina O Shea, Sadie Murphy, Kaylyn Murhill, Natalia Kennedy, Anne Lynch, Sara Fitzgerald, Sally Almanassier, Jessica Chain, Elaine Kearney

Front row – Left to right Christopher Buckley, Tara O Shea (Tutor), John Keane (Course Coordinator), Dympna Healy (Tutor), Marie McKenna (Tutor), Igor Lozko

Congratulations to the Office Administration Class of 2017/2018 on the successful completion of their studies from the Principal and Staff of Killarney Community College!  Continuing on the education pathway is on the cards for some of these graduates who have already committed to courses in Third Level Education. Other graduates have already secured full and part-time administrative employment. We here in the College wish them all the very best in their future pursuits.

Why not make your year worthwhile with our PLC Office Administration course in Killarney Community College. UP SKILLING, RESKILLING, GAP YEAR, RETURN TO WORK, PROGRESSION ROUTE TO COLLEGE, LEARN NEW SKILLS…..build your confidence with this highly successful one year full-time course in Killarney.  Acquire key information technology and typing skills, learn bookkeeping/accounting procedures and office administration expertise. Course Director John Keane highly recommends this course which upholds its reputation on the success of past students in employment both locally and abroad and Third Level progression.

It should be noted that since 2006 Killarney Community College has been providing our students with an advanced progression route into Year 2 of the Higher Certificate or BA (Hons) in Business Information Management in the Institute of Technology, Tralee.  Many of our past graduates have achieved a Bachelor’s Degree in the field of Business and some have gone on to pursue a career in teaching.

Killarney Community College has a strong connection with businesses and employers in the locality leading to effective opportunities for work experience and employment.

If you are interested in an opportunity like this, course details and online application are available online at www.killarneycc.ie

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How to have the best skincare routine at home

By Jill O’Donoghue from Killarney Toning and Beauty Studio Home care is essential for glowing, youthful skin. It’s like brushing your teeth, it must be done twice a day. Step […]

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By Jill O’Donoghue from Killarney Toning and Beauty Studio

Home care is essential for glowing, youthful skin. It’s like brushing your teeth, it must be done twice a day.

Step one: Cleanse to remove sweat, oil, dirt and other pollutants that your skin naturally collects throughout the day and night. It’s the first step in your skincare routine and shouldn’t be rushed.

How to do it; Cleanse your skin in the morning and in the evening to keep your pores clear and your face fresh. Your cleanser may vary based on skin type, but with all cleansers, the general consensus is to apply them using an upward, circular motion so as to prevent wrinkles from forming. Make sure your hands are clean in order to prevent excess dirt from entering your pores.

Step two: There is a lot of confusion around toner, and when you’re first establishing a daily skincare routine, it may even seem unnecessary. But most experts agree that toning is an important addition to your skin care routine with beneficial effects for your skin. After you cleanse your skin of impurities, toner removes any residue left behind by the cleanser as well as any make-up or oils your cleanser might have missed. The added cleansing effects help prepare your skin to absorb moisturiser and minimise the appearance of pores. Some toners may have PH balancing and antiseptic effects as well. Apply toner right after you have cleansed your skin while it is still damp. The best way to apply it is with a cotton pad or cotton ball, simply soaking cotton pad with toner and wiping upward and out, starting at your neck.

Step 3: Exfoliate. Our skin is constantly shedding millions of skin cells every day, but sometimes those cells can build up on the surface of our skin and need some extra help to be removed. Exfoliating removes these dead skin cells that have accumulated in our pores. If you struggle with blackheads, acne or breakouts, you’re not going to want to miss this step.

It’s best to exfoliate after toning and before moisturising. You should exfoliate one to three times a week, but this depends on your skin type and how it reacts to exfoliation. Experiment and find what works best for you. There are chemical exfoliators and granule exfoliators such as your traditional sugar or salt scrub. Both can be effective tools for removing dead skin cells, but chemical exfoliating ingredients like AHA and BHA are often more effective in getting deep into your pores and removing buildup.

Properly cleansed skin will allow your next steps e.g. serums and moisturisers get to the right layers of the skin where they will be most effective.

For a skincare consultation or more advice just ask Jill on 064 6632966.

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Annual Christmas motorbike charity road run launched

The Kerry Bikers are hosting their annual Christmas Bike Run on December 18. The event will raise funds for St Francis’ Special School at St Mary of the Angels in […]

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The Kerry Bikers are hosting their annual Christmas Bike Run on December 18.

The event will raise funds for St Francis’ Special School at St Mary of the Angels in Beaufort and Eagle Lodge in Tralee.

Now in its sixth year, the run, which is organised by an amalgamation of several Kerry motorcycle clubs under the banner of Kerry Bikers, will visit Killarney.

The run gets underway at 10.30am from Tralee. The first stop off is in Sheahan’s Centra on the Muckross Road where the Tralee group will be joined by local motorcyclists before setting off on a yet to be decided route.

“We will announce the route in Killarney. Last year we went to Killorglin, Farranfore and Castleisland. This year Abbeyfeale and Listowel may be in reach and if so we will make donations to Nano Nagle Special School too,” organiser Dave Foley said.

Over one hundred motorcycles are expected to take part in the run. Last year the full convoy measured 1.6km from start to finish.

“We hope to exceed that this year,” added Foley

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