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Email: 
info@eaglesflight.ie

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3 Church Street, John’s Square, Limerick

WHAT WE DO

Eagle’s Flight Ireland specialises in bringing the highest quality experiential learning training to corporate clients in Ireland.

Experiential learning is the process of learning through experience and is more specifically defined as “learning through reflection on doing”. It combines immersive activities that mimic real-world challenges with a targeted debrief that connects the lessons learned with the reality of the workplace.

TESTIMONIALS

OUR PROGRAMMES

Fun, immersive, and business-relevant, our programmes are far more memorable than keynote speakers or PowerPoints.

GOLD OF THE DESERT KINGS™

Planning and Performance

10+ Participants

3 Hour, 4 Hour

PROMISES, PROMISES!™

Collaboration and Trust

20+ Participants

2 Hour, 3 Hour, 4 Hour

COUNCIL OF THE MARBLE STAR™

Ethics and Communication

20+ Participants

3 Hour, 4 Hour

CORAL BANKS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY™

Communication and Collaboration

20+ Participants

3 Hour, 4 Hour

LIVING BY THE 7 CORNERSTONES OF TEAMWORK™

Coaching and Feedback

Up to 15 Participants

4 Hour

Why Eagle’s Flight Ireland?

Award winning world class experiential learning programmes

Suitable for training, offsite and conference environments

Engaging, relevant content delivered in an exciting fun manner

WHO WE ARE

GERARD O’SHEA

Gerard has been delivering experiential learning programmes for 8 years. A Chartered Accountant, he has an undergraduate degree in Law and Accounting from the University of Limerick, from which he also graduated with an MSc in Work and Organisational Psychology.

DAVID O’SHEA

David has been delivering experiential learning programmes for 7 years. Graduating from the University of Limerick in Business Studies, he then completed a Masters in Marketing at Dublin City University. David competed internationally in athletics at Junior and Senior level.

OWEN O’BRIEN

Owen has been delivering experiential learning programmes for 2 years. Having graduated from Limerick Institute of Technology in Accounting and Finance, Owen went on to work in the H.R. sector supporting individuals and groups who had been made redundant.