Only a few days left to book your place for Conradh na Gaeilge language courses that cater for every age group, ability & aspiration
Conradh na Gaeilge is renowned for teaching Irish to adult learners since its foundation in 1893, and is offering the best price on Irish courses booked via www.cnag.ie/courses in Dublin again this year. A 10-week Irish-language course in the capital costs only €180 for 20 hours of tuition, while the discount rate of only €160 is available to OAPs, former pupils, students, the unemployed, or if you recommend to a friend to do a course this term and use the promotional code CNAG2016 when booking.
The 10-week term of evening classes in Dublin starts Monday, 18 January 2016, from 7.00 – 9.00pm in 6 Harcourt Street, Dublin 2. The courses consist of 2-hour classes one night a week in Conradh na Gaeilge and there are a total of nine class levels to choose from on either Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday nights.
Conradh na Gaeilge courses in Dublin are unique in that they offer students the opportunity to immediately use the Irish they have learned in the classroom in a social setting when the classes break for complimentary tea and coffee at 8.00pm, allowing for all participants to socialise through the medium of Irish in a relaxed and informal setting downstairs in Club Chonradh na Gaeilge.
John Ó Liodáin, Multimedia & Central Awareness Point Executive with Conradh na Gaeilge, coordinates the Irish-language courses and says:
"Whether you’re a parent looking to help your children with their Irish homework, a retiree hoping to practise your cúpla focal in your free time, someone simply with an interest in Irish or a New Year’s resolution to learn the language as a practical way to commemorate 1916, Conradh na Gaeilge has a course for everyone looking to improve their Irish-language skills this January.
“Conradh na Gaeilge Irish courses are a brilliant way to socialise and immerse yourself in one of the most enjoyable and unique aspects of Irish culture, because we also offer every customer a network of Irish-language events and social connections to aid their language learning. The language you learn here can be directly applied to real life in a social and cultural context, and the complimentary tea and biscuits at break in Club Chonradh na Gaeilge go down a treat too!”
Conradh na Gaeilge evening classes comply with Teastas Eorpach na Gaeilge syllabi and the courses in 6 Harcourt Street cater for all learner levels. There is also a 10-week conversational course for Leaving Cert students preparing for their Irish oral exam starting in Dublin on 28 January 2016, and the next intensive day course for those applying to the primary school teaching postgraduate course and looking to prepare for the Irish oral interview will take place in Conradh na Gaeilge on 27 February 2016.