Liam Cummins recently graduated from a 2-year full time level 5 certificate course in Trinity College for students with intellectual disabilities called Arts, Science and Inclusive Applied Practice. The course included modules on Art, Poetry, Health Science, Entrepreneurship ,Disability and Marketing. Liam also completed projects, one for the SCI-FEST to find out what is the best distance needed on a soccer pitch to score a goal. Also, a project for the marketing module where he worked as part of a team to look at companies that use people with disabilities in their advertisements. He also did his work placement with an Airline Leasing company where he learned about buying and leasing Airplanes and Helicopters.
Liam is from Dublin and went to school at St. John Bosco’s school on the Navan road and later Holy Angles in Chapelizod. After secondary school, Liam completed the level 3 Access course with the National Learning Network in Mulhuddart in Dublin.
Liam is a big Man United fan and plays numerous sports. He plays and has won a lot of medals for Soccer, Basketball and Floorball with the Special Olympics Sports club 15. He has also played with one of the Eastern Region soccer teams in the Special Olympics 2018 National Games.