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Education & Training Partners

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Adult Literacy services

Adult literacy services provide one-to-one and group classes for adults looking to improve on their

literacy and numeracy levels as well as their computer skills. Enrolment for these programs happens throughout the year, and centres offer the possibility of FETAC accreditation, as well as Junior certificate classes.

The CDETB provides literacy schemes throughout the city, for more information on schemes in your area click on the following http://www.cdetb.ie/Programmes/Adult-Education.aspx

Dublin Adult Learning Centre - http://www.dalc.ie/Home.html

Based in Dublin’s North Inner city, DALC also runs Family Learning programs to help parents assist their children with homework, as well as providing a number of ESOL classes. Alternatively please feel free to contact our Adult Literacy tutor Noel Mooney on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 01-8786658, extension 2.

BITCI

Business in the Community Ireland works with businesses to help unemployed adults return to the job market. Certain programs are designed to work specifically with homeless service users - http://www.bitc.ie/employment-programmes/employment-for-homeless-people/- and provide for pre-employment training, work placement and follow-up support.

www.bitci.ie

CDETB

Information on the range of full and part-time courses available through the CDETB within the Dublin area, including day and evening courses.

www.cdetb.ie

Community Education

Community education centres are based throughout the city and offer an extensive range of courses to suit all abilities. Courses are usually provided at a very low cost, are genrerally part-time and include evening classes. Subject options include cooking, arts and crafts, yoga as well as the usual range of Computer related subjects. Information on centres in your area is available through the CDETB Foundations project.

Local Employment Services

Local employment services offer a person-centred holistic approach to job seeking, as well as assistance with CV and interview preparation. Employment mediators work with the client to help them identify areas for future training, including FAS courses, C.E. schemes and a range of other employment and training options for clients.

www.localemploymentservices.ie

Youthreach & Community Training Centres

Youthreach offers education, training and work experience programme for early school leavers aged 15 – 20. It offers young people the opportunity to identify options within adult life, and provides them with opportunities to acquire certification. As it operates on a full-time, year-round basis, Youthreach has a continuous intake policy.

www.youthreach.ie

Community Training Centres are independent, community-based organizations which provide training and related supports for early school leavers primarily aged between 16 – 21 years who have left school with no formal or incomplete qualifications.

www.fas.ie