Education, Vocational Training and e-Learning

In the current information age, it is becoming increasingly important that education systems produce graduates with the competences and skills that allow them to continually adapt to evolving market conditions. In a world of rapidly growing information, education systems must give us the tools necessary to identify and access the information we need and to be able to process it to determine its accuracy and relevance.  At the same time, education systems need to be capable of continually upgrading the knowledge and skills of the workforce, in response to the needs of the wider economy.

With its close links to the National University of Ireland, GDSI has more than 20 years experience in the education sector. We have particular expertise in education policy design (including financing issues) for all levels of education, from pre-school to university level. We have implemented large technical assistance projects to build the capacity of vocational training systems to respond to the specific needs of the labour market and we have designed and overseen the creation of specialist business schools. GDSI has special experience in the use of e-Learning systems for the delivery of training programmes. We can plan and manage international study tours, seminars and conferences and can supply specialist speakers and training staff for academic or training events.

We have special experience in:

  • Education policy design (including financing of education)
  • Creation and development of vocational training centres and systems of lifelong learning
  • Business school development
  • Training needs analysis
  • Design of curricula for vocational and academic programmes
  • Design and delivery of training programmes through e-Learning
  • Teacher training
  • Quality control systems in the education sector

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Our Team

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Pauric Brophy – Managing Director

Pauric Brophy – Managing Director

With Master’s Degree in Economics from UCD and expertise in regional development, tourism, macro-economics, eGovernment, eLearning, etc

Nicholas Holmes – Project Manager

Nicholas Holmes – Project Manager

With MSc in Business and Entrepreneurship from DIT and a post-graduate management diploma from the UCD Smurfit Graduate...

Anna Lobanova – Head of FWCs Department

Anna Lobanova – Head of FWCs Department

Anna holds Degrees in Education and Accountancy, and is responsible for the management of GDSI Framework Contracts Department.

Hannah Varley – International Project Officer

Hannah Varley – International Project Officer

Hannah holds a Bachelor Degree in Civil Law International with French. She has a particular interest in the areas...

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GDSI Limited
Block 15, Galway Technology Park
Parkmore
Galway
Ireland

Tel.: +353 91 761000
Fax: +353 91 761032
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GDSI UK Limited
Bristol Temple Quay
1 Friary
Temple Quay
Bristol
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