Language Institute of Ireland


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Language Institute
of Ireland,
34 Weafer Street,
County Wexford, Ireland.


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At The Language Institute of Ireland, the health and safety of our students is of primary concern. Our academic and leisure staff are specially trained to take care of the needs of our students in a responsible and friendly manner. We understand that it can be stressful for students to be away from home. We fully appreciate the trust that parents place in us.

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Therefore we take the greatest care in selecting monitors, teachers and families. We provide our staff with strict guidelines for dealing with all aspects of a student's welfare. Students are given a personalised ID card with emergency services contacts, including The Language Institute of Ireland 24-hour emergency telephone number. 

Students are picked up and brought back from the airport on arrival and departure, and Teachers accompany student groups at all times on outings and cultural visits.

Health and Personal Safety:
Each student is cared for by the teachers and host family so that a responsible adult is aware of the student's whereabouts on a daily basis, and is contactable by phone.  In the event of any minor illness, the local doctor who works directly with The Language Institute of Ireland, is on hand to see the student. In the unlikely event of an emergency, Wexford town is the location of the best health care facility in Ireland's South East region, a state-of-the-art hospital, Wexford General. exford

Any student who is undergoing ongoing medical treatment should provide full details prior to their arrival in Ireland so that we can make sure that everything is in place to cater to their needs.  Such participants should bring sufficient medicinal supplies. General Hospital.

Health Insurance:
All students are responsible for their own health and travel insurance. Citizens of the EU, EEA (Iceland, Liechtenstein Norway) and Switzerland should obtain a European Health Insurance Card from their local Social Welfare office and bring it with them to Ireland. See the EHIC site for details.


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