NED Training Centre’ Staff
NED Training Centre staff is committed to professionalism, diligence and dedication towards all of our students. You will quickly discover that the people who surround and support the students at NED Training Centre have their success at heart.
Aline Ju Huertas
Claudia dos Santos
I keep moving, so do you.
I love Dublin, and I hope you will too.
If you haven't seen Ireland, please tell me, I can help you.
I'm from Malaysia, you are from elsewhere, let’s meet in Dublin.
Don't stop yourself from exploring the world.
If you can't find the door of opportunity, no worries, I’ll help you.
Upon graduating in Administration and earning a post graduate degree in Strategic Business, I came to Ireland only to improve my CV but when I arrived I found a new reality that made me change all my plans. Ireland is beautiful, with a rich culture and weather so different from what we are used to. We can have sun, rain and snow on the same day, can you believe it? Meeting new people, discovering other places, other stories, that feeling that there is always something new waiting for me prevents me from returning back to Brazil.
Enjoying every opportunity of this experience and helping other people to come and live this experience is what I love to do. In Ireland, I’ve found the best version of myself. And you? What will you find?
She has had many experiences in Ireland. Each one has strengthened her and helped her grow as a person.
She likes her work because she can meet new people of different nationalities and help other students to make their dreams become true.
Karen is a very reliable and determined person. She loves nature, discovering new places, riding her bicycle and singing.
She believes that you can achieve all your goals; you just need to be persistent and never stop dreaming big.
Ever since I was a young girl, one of my favourite things in life has been to travel. Not just the act of travelling itself, but everything associated with it: meeting new people, trying new things, discovering new places and exploring new customs. In particular, I love that feeling when we encounter something new for the first time; the child-like wonder we experience. That sensation was what made me came to Dublin to kindle something new in my life. Every minute spent in Dublin brings a new surprise. At every turn, the city reveals new things to me. It’s not just the new culture, language, food or even the night life. Every day I have spent here I have been learning about myself, my strengths and my weaknesses. This is the main point of everything. Be happy. Enjoy Dublin!!
Travelling abroad has always been my dream, I have always wanted to get to know different nationalities, landscapes and soak up everything that allows me to keep growing as a person.
Many changes have occurred in me thanks to this evolution of mentality, thanks to learning to look at things with other eyes. Dublin has given me a great opportunity, this experience has changed me forever and for the better! I have learnt to look at life with different eyes, to love myself and to cherish family and friends and the time we have to spend together! I have grown into a more tolerant and loving person, a person who enjoys learning everyday!
Coming to Ireland was one of the best decisions she made in life. She considers the experience of living abroad completely worth it! Using a language that is not her native tongue while working with people from different cultures has given her an incredible experience and changed her perception on life. Paula believes this opportunity is for people who want to grow by their experiences and become more confident.
She loves the work that she does at NED Training Centre. Through sharing her experiences she helps students to grow both personally and professionally.
Her hobbies include spending time with her dog, music, sports, meeting people and travelling.
Sabrina thinks that one of the things that marks NED Training Centre as different from other school is the personalised attention that is provided to the students before and after their arrival. She has a vocation for helping people to achieve their dreams and live those amazing experiences that she had. Coming to Ireland was one of the best decisions Sabrina made in her life. She doesn’t hesitate to recommend this experience to her students. It has allowed her not only learn the most useful language but meet new people, cultures, travel all over Europe and more!
I then moved to Ireland in 2014.
My favourite Japanese author said that her favourite country is Ireland so I kind of ``had to`` move here.
Very nice people, beautiful nature, simple food, and I even like the weather too, because it's easy to find a rainbow so often! I find them breathtaking.
Please join us and find your new colourful life in Dublin!
When I first arrived in Ireland, I wanted to share my experience and help newcomers from South Korea. So I started my blog (www.ireland04.com) and it is one of the most popular blogs covering Ireland for South Koreans. Every year, I met many students thorough NED Training Centre. Most of them have the same question about Ireland and I always write on my blog what people want to know about it. I also like to include many travel tips feel will be useful for people new to Ireland. Thanks to my blog, I was invited as a guest speaker on a Korean travel Pod Cast '???? ????2 (Tak PD`s travel talk)'. My favourite moment is when students come to me before going back to Korea and say ‘thank you for your help’.
I love to help the Korean students of NED Training Centre. I want them to have all the information that I couldn’t have when I arrived. I’m working at NED Training Centre to help all those people who are exactly what I was in 2010.
I graduated in Journalism in Brazil and after college I did my post-graduate degree in Business Communications. All my professional life I've been working with Communications and NED Training Centre has played a major part in that.
When I decided to come to Dublin in 2013, my idea was to study English at NED Training Centre and go back to Brazil. But life really surprises us. In Ireland, I felt in love with new experiences and I found out that travel is the best way to really experience new and exciting things!
Now, I am a whole person. I love my job, I love staying home reading my books and I love exploring new places around the world. Dublin was the first step into my new life. And who can say where is the limit??
I originally came to Ireland for a short period of time to improve my English and travel around Europe. However, after 8 months I just couldn't leave this beautifull island!
Then I got the opportunity to join the amazing NED Training Centre team, it was an offer that I couldn't refuse, so here I am... enjoying this awesome experience.
If you come to study English at NED Training Centre you won't regret your decision. Don't forget that we have an amazing team to support you during your stay in Ireland.