Helping the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) Determine How To Further Improve Its Cúl Camps Programme
The GAA is Ireland’s largest sporting organisation and is celebrated as one of the great amateur sporting associations in the world. Founded in 1884, the GAA has grown to have over half a million members and has become a major influence in Irish sporting and cultural life with its deep reach into communities throughout the whole of Ireland and also among the Irish diaspora.
Helping Amnesty International Ireland Devise a Multi-Year Activism Strategy
Amnesty International Ireland is the Irish branch of the international non-governmental organisation focused on human rights. That international organisation is London-based with millions of members and supporters around the world.
Kilkenny’s County Childcare Committee Gains Detailed Insight Into Parental Perspectives on Childcare Services
The CCC acts as the local agent in Kilkenny for the Irish Government’s Department of Children and Youth Affairs in the administration of national early childhood care and education programmes. It’s often the first point of contact for childcare service providers. This local focus and knowledge mean that the CCC is well positioned to support the development and capacity of services locally which in turn cater for the needs of local parents and children.
Helping The Watershed understand how their customers feel to ensure maximum customer retention and growth
The Watershed is a Kilkenny-based multi-purpose sport and leisure facility (pool, gym, astroturf, football pitch, athletics track, etc.) which is now being used over 600,000 times a year.
Helping the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland (RCPI) Know Best How to Enhance the Leadership Skills of Its Membership
The Royal College of Physicians of Ireland (RCPI) is a postgraduate medical training college dedicated to ensuring that doctors have the skills to provide patients with the best possible care.
Helping the South East Regional Skills Forum (SERSF) Evaluate The Skills Needs Of Companies Across the South East
The Forum was created as part of the Irish Government’s National Skills Strategy and is tasked with helping meet the emerging skills needs in its region by strengthening links between employers and the education & training sector.