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BSTAI Webinars: All Now on YouTube

All of the BSTAI Dublin & Galway branch Webinar series are now available on our YouTube channel, and are embedded below for your convenience. YouTube: Leaving Certificate Business: A fresh look at Section 3 Facilitated by Philip Curry PME & NQT […]

Business Teachers in Ireland on Twitter

Business Teachers in Ireland on Twitter

While we might miss the chats at face-to-face CPD and BSTAI branch events, Twitter has definitely helped this year. This isn’t a complete list of the amazing Irish Business teacher community, but it’s a good start!

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LC 2021: Adjustments to Written Exams

The State Examinations Commission have released a document outlining further adjustments to the written examinations for the Leaving Certificate 2021.  The sections relevant to the Business subjects are available below. Screenshots are also given below.

Awards 2021

KBS/BSTAI JC Business Studies Awards 2021

The Kemmy Business School (KBS) and the Business Studies Teachers Association of Ireland (BSTAI) hold an annual Junior Cycle Business Studies Awards Ceremony, which acknowledges the outstanding performance of students from across the mid-west region. A recording of the event […]

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National Executive: AGM

The AGM of the BSTAI took place on Saturday, February 27th, 2021. Due to Covid Restrictions, the meeting was held online. A new National Committee was elected. Details of this and all the various reps can be seen on our […]

YouTube Playlist: Primed4Business

We have now added a Primed4Business Playlist to our YouTube channel. Be sure to have a look here!  Primed4Business, working in partnership with BSTAI and others, is a series of real-life business stories told by some of Irelands most successful […]

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#MUcoVideo Competition

Maynooth University in association with the Business Studies Teachers Association of Ireland, are creating a catalogue of short videos from around the country, where transition year students will capture the reality of doing business in Ireland in 2020 and chronicling […]