- 02 Jun 2017
The ACE reception office will move from The Laurels to 2 Elderwood, College Road, from 7 June 2017 until further notice to facilitate works
Contact information remains unchanged
On November 18th the Centre for Adult Continuing Education (ACE) at UCC will present the first-ever Bertram Windle Award to Professor Emeritus Éamonn Ó Carragáin. Prof. Ó Carragáin has lectured with ACE for over thirty years, delivering courses on the rich histories and cultures Rome, Vienna, Paris, and more.
Dr Séamus Ó Tuama, Director of Adult Continuing Education will deliver a keynote lecture and workshop at an International Colloquium on university community engagement at Stuttgart University in Germany this week. The colloquium is titled “Community engagement for building bridges between cultures, disciplines and generations”
70 years ago, the Adult Continuing Education Department (ACE) in UCC was founded by Dr. Alfred O’Rahilly. Since then, ACE has been offering educational programmes in a wide range of disciplines to adult learners in UCC and at outreach locations in the wider county and country.
Adult Continuing Education at UCC has more than 75 courses on offer for the 2016/2017 Academic year. With programmes in various locations including Cork, Limerick, Kerry, Dublin and more, lifelong learners have plenty of options to choose from to suit their academic or professional development needs.
'Family Business Sustainability' at the Kingsley Hotel
Talent Management in Family Business Roadshow UCC was delighted to partner with the DCU Family Business Centre to present the Cork leg of the 'Talent in Family Business Roadshow' in the Kingsley Hotel on 8 June, 2016. James O'Sullivan of well-known family business M&P O'Sullivan was the guest local family business. PWC presented findings of their global next generation survey, while AIB provided insights on the topic of succession. Key challenges in relation to talent management and communication were discussed.
Latest news and events from ACE @ UCC
Adult Continuing Education, University College Cork (UCC) will hold its Spring conferring ceremonies on Thursday, 24th March, 2016 this year. Students from all over Ireland will receive Certificates, Diplomas, Higher Diplomas and Masters Awards in a wide range of academic disciplines.
We at ACE are delighted to work in partnership with Mental Health Ireland to deliver a new certificate course in Mental Health in the Community.
George Boole, Homelessness, Crime, Feminism, Road Bowling, and Mind Reading were just some of the varied topics covered during an exciting week of free lectures and events organised by ACE as part of the successful Cork Lifelong Learning Festival.
Adult Continuing Education (ACE), University College Cork is hosting the Award Ceremony for the Certificate in Women’s Studies on Tuesday, 11th November 2014 at 6.30pm in the Knocknaheeny Community Centre, Foyle Avenue, Knocknaheeny, Cork.
This genealogy summer school offered a complete course in the latest Irish genealogy research at UCC in 2014. All aspects of the subject were covered by a series of presentations and ‘hands on’ workshops given by a selection of Ireland’s leading genealogical lecturers and experts.
Through the HEA's Springboard call for 2014 UCC secured a total of nine programmes across three Colleges: Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences; Business and Law; and Science, Engineering and Food Science, offering 165 places to job-seekers. The programme is coordinated by ACE.
ACE hosted the Free University lecture series as part of UCC’s contribution to the Cork Lifelong Learning Festival 2014. The week-long series was held on campus in W9 and attracted excellent attendance from the general public and UCC staff members — all lectures were given pro bono by UCC staff.
A Series of Executive Workshops
This innovative course is designed to introduce you to the different ways in which people on the autistic spectrum experience the world. The historical and social practices that enabled autism to be identified from the early twentieth century are explored. There will be an emphasis on the communication and behavioural challenges for the individual with autism and how society responds to these challenges and also how a person with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) may contribute positively to society. The issue of mental health and ASD will be examined. You will learn the importance of early intervention, education and inclusion, and legislation and policies that govern best practice guidelines and models of service. For more information on this course see http://www.ucc.ie/en/ace-cass/