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CDETB Adult Education Service
Dublin North Central/East
Ballymun Road,
Ballymun ,Dublin 11
Contact Details
Michelle Morrissey
Adult Education Guidance Counsellor
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 01 8623835
Mobile: 087 939 0894
Paul Maguire
Adult Education Guidance Information Officer
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 01 8623835
Mobile:086 061 2037

October 2021 : Issue 8

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Welcome to the October edition of our newsletter and we witch you a Happy Halloween. We are delighted to have our students back in the classroom and the centre  back open for business. The Adult Education Guidance Service are now offering face-to-face appointments, as well as Zoom and phone appointments. If you know of anyone who is thinking of going back to education please get them to contact us.

There are still places available on CDETB

scholarship programme for the new Google Career Certificates. 

October is Mental Health Awareness month. Mental health is all about how we think, feel and act. Mental Health month celebrates our differences and encourages people to be open about their feelings and to understand others feelings and wellbeing too!

Wishing you a spook-tacular Halloween! 

Michelle and Paul

Further Education and Training News:

CDETB  Workplace Education
Klear Adult Education Centre

Ballymun Youthreach
Google Career Certificates
Future in Tech
National Learning Network

 

Higher Education News
CAO 2022 online application
TU Dublin - Undergraduate Open Day

Trinity College  Dublin - Undergraduate Open Day

Financial Supports:
Dublin Northwest Partnership
Student Assistance Fund

Community Links:

Priorswood & District Men's Shed
Ballymun Tidy Towns
Dublin Northwest Partnership

Health & Wellbeing:
Samaritans
Aware Ireland
HSE-yourmentalhealth.ie
TBI-50808

Useful Resources:

Careersportal.ie
Aontas - One Step Up

Further Education and Training News

Workplace Education
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CDETB Workplace Education are offering you an opportunity to attend a free taster workplace education course under the Skills for Work Programme. You must be in employment to avail of this opportunity, eligibility criteria will apply. For more information contact Joan Devlin
Phone:087 7419805
Email: [email protected]
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Skills for Work

KLEAR Adult Education Centre

KLEAR Adult Education Service Website

Ballymun Youthreach

Skin Care, Eye Treatments and Make-Up is a QQI Level 5 Beauty Programme running in Ballymun Youthreach. It is suitable for anyone who has achieved a Leaving Certificate, Leaving Certificate Applied or QQI Level 4 between the ages of 16 and 20 years.

The Beauty Course qualifies the students in Facials, Facial Massage, Skin Analysis, Make-Up Application, Brow and Lash Tints and Tweezing.

It is a full-time, one year course accompanied by a training allowance, uniform and books. Included are six weeks of work placement enabling students to gain valuable work experience which will enhance their C.V.

During the year, the students will also receive In-house Certification in Spray Tan Application, Gel Nails, and Waxing. They will also be introduced to Reflexology, Indian Head Massage and Meditation.

Following this course, the options are to progress onto Further Education to gain Advanced Beauty Therapy qualifications or to enter the work force in areas such as a Junior Beauty Therapist in a beauty salon, Make-Up Counter or Pharmacy Assistant.

Throughout the year we deliver beauty treatments to various organisations within the community and at our In-house salon, attend Beauty Shows, show case Guest Speakers such as make-up artists. We also prepare the students for college/employment interviews and applications.

We offer a holistic approach and deliver a comprehensive academic programme.

If you are interested or would like more information please contact Lionel Duffy, Ballymun Youthreach 01 842 0482 or you can find us on www.ballymunyr.ie facebook or twitter.

Ballymun Youthreach Website

Google Career Certificates

Scholarships for the new Google Career Certificates are now available, and City of Dublin Education and Training Board (CDETB) is excited to help bring these scholarships to Ireland.

Choose from four certificate courses:
Google IT Support Professional Certificate
Google Data Analytics Professional Certificate
Google Project Management Professional Certificate
Google UX Design Professional Certificate

You can Explore what the program has to offer at https://grow.google/intl/europe/google-certificates

Click on the link below to apply for the scholarship
http://cityofdublin.etb.ie/google-career-certificates/

Future in Tech

Future in Tech programme are now enrolling for 8 FREE tech skills programmes to help non-tech jobseekers rapidly and easily develop new digital skills and access new job opportunities. Candidates must be at least 18 years old and be unemployed.
The programme on offer are as follows:

  1. IT Technical Support Specialist
  2. IT Networking Specialist
  3. Cloud Practitioner - Entry Level
  4. Digital Marketing Professional
  5. Cybersecurity Analyst
  6. Software developer- Entry Level
  7. Wed Developer
  8. Data Analytics

Next programme starts November 29th 2021.
Click on the link below to register:

To Register

National Learning Network  in Phibsboro  provide a range of free courses to people who have had an accident, illness, injury or have a disability and extra support needs. Their courses are tailored to each student's needs, to help them to build their confidence while getting practical job-seeking skills to help them get a job or go on to further training. They still have places available on their Retail Skills QQI Level 4.

For more information ,please contact :
Niall Comber
Area Manager
Phibsboro-Mulhuddart Reception: 087-3250158

National Learning Network - Phibsboro

Higher Education News

CAO 2022

The 2022 CAO online application facility opens on Friday, 5th November at 12.00 noon.
Click on the link below to view the handbook
http://www.cao.ie/handbook.php
Click on the link below to register for CAO Virtual Information Webinar on Tuesday ,19th October 2021 from 7.00pm - 8.15pm.https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_uwCcrHgFTkGMvd3Zyope1A
CAO Website

TU Dublin

TU Dublin will host their first undergraduate open day for 2021/2022 for prospective students on Saturday, 6 November 2021 10.00am to 4.00pm on the Grangegorman campus.  Pre booking will be required .The open day  will give you  the chance to attend programme specific presentations, meet with current students and staff and take tours of our campuses.  We welcome second-level students, mature students, guidance counsellors, teachers, parents/guardians and anyone who is interested in studying at TU Dublin to attend.Click on the button below for more information.

TU Dublin Open Day

Trinity College Dublin

Trinity College Virtual Open Day  will take place on Saturday 6th November 2021 10.00am - 6.00pm.You will have  opportunities to listen to and interact with a wide range of academics, student services staff and student ambassadors.  For further details and to register your interest click on the button below.

Trinity College Dublin Open Day

Financial Supports

Dublin Northwest Partnership

Dublin Northwest Partnership Education Access Fund supports full time (studying at QQI L5-8) low income students in the catchment with either travel or resources.
For more information contact:
Jo Toomey 085 8050850
Tracey Rooney 01 8361666
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Student Assistance Fund

The Student Assistance Fund provides financial support to full or part-time students who are experiencing financial difficulties while attending college. Students can apply for the Student Assistance Fund to help with either temporary or ongoing financial difficulties. The Student Assistance Fund is designed to provide a source of financial support in addition to a SUSI grant.
If you are in financial difficulty, you should contact the access or student services office in your college for more information on how to apply for the Student Assistance Fund. It is important to apply as soon as you can. Some colleges have a closing date for applications and you should check when this is.

Click on the button below for more information.

Student Assistance Fund

Community Links

Priorswood and District Men's Shed

The Priorswood and District Men's Shed enjoyed a great morning exploring and talking about works in the National Gallery collection. They went to a selected viewing of the widely acclaimed Hellelil and Hildebrand, the Meeting on the Turret Stairs by Frederic William Burto, as part of this term's Watercolour painting classes with CDETB Art tutor Roisin Mc Guigan. Usually, it is kept in a special cabinet behind closed doors which are opened for just one hour, four days a week, possibly adding to its intrigue. 

Ballymun Tidy Towns

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Dublin Northwest Partnership

Dublin Northwest Partnership are delighted to offer this Committee Skills online workshop for people living, working and volunteering in the Dublin North West area ONLY.

Committee Skills Tuesday, Nov 9th 11am - 1pm

Click on the link below to register:
https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/eventReg?oeidk=a07eieelgj771544b00&oseq=&c=&ch=

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Health & Wellbeing

Samaritians

Samaritans Website

Aware Ireland

AWARE Website

HSE - Mental Health

HSE Mental Health Website

ETBI Text 50808

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Useful Resources

Careersportal

Careersportal.ie is a one stop national career information portal.

The site provides up-to-date and relevant careers information and guidance materials to:

  • 2nd Level School Students
  • Early School Leavers
  • College Students and Graduates
  • Adult Learners
  • Parents and Guardians
  • Guidance Professionals
  • Teachers and Tutors in Education
  • Jobseekers and their support services
  • Information Providers

Click on the button below to go directly to the website.

Careersportal

Aontas - One Step Up

One Step Up signposts thousands of people in Ireland every year towards accessing their education and training options by freely providing information about where to look for

  • courses
  • funding supports
  • contact details for various services
  • and much more to support you to find your learning pathway.
For more Information click on the button below.
Aontas- One Step Up

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