Claire Marshall, the first graduate of our postgraduate Certificate in Ethical and Multi-denominational Education, was conferred in St. Patrick’s College of Education on Saturday 23rd of November. Thirteen students undertook the postgraduate Certificate course which Educate Together runs in partnership with St. Patrick’s College of Education, with the other 12 students either graduating in absentia or choosing to defer graduation while they considered further studies.
The postgraduate Certificate in Ethical and Multi-denominational Education is a one-year part-time course, which addresses the needs of teachers working or wishing to work in the growing multi-denominational sector.
Many congratulations to Claire and the other graduates of the postgraduate Certificate!
Photo: From left to right: Brian Ruane, Centre for Citizenship and Human Rights Education, Regina Murphy, Director of In-Career Education, Claire Marshall, Paul Rowe, CEO of Educate Together, Dr Daire Keogh, President of St Pat’s and Dr Fionnuala Waldron, Dean of Education.