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READING, WRITING, SPELLING & MATHS COURSES

Do you need help with your children’s homework? If so, North Clondalkin Library and DDLETB’s Adult Education Service (SouthWest) are running a Family Learning course for parents. There will be plenty of advice, tips and tricks to help you support your child with their learning at home.
To enroll on this course or for more information, contact North Clondalkin Library on (01) 4149269 or at ncl@sdublincoco.ie #familylearning #keyskills #ddletb

FAMILY LEARNING: HELPING WITH HOMEWORK

Do you need help with your children’s homework? If so, North Clondalkin Library and DDLETB’s Adult Education Service (SouthWest) are running a Family Learning course for parents. There will be plenty of advice, tips and tricks to help you support your child with their learning at home.
To enroll on this course or for more information, contact North Clondalkin Library on (01) 4149269 or at ncl@sdublincoco.ie #familylearning #keyskills #ddletb

BACK-TO-EDUCATION COURSES – FEBRUARY 2023

A range of new Back-to-Education Initiative courses will commence in February 2023. These flexible part-time courses are aimed at adults who wish to return to education to acquire certification in subject areas that lead to employment or higher education opportunities.

Each subject requires a commitment of 4 hours per week over a 15 week period. A maximum of 4 subjects may be undertaken at one time.

All courses are accredited by Quality & Qualifications Ireland (QQI).

Please Note: Some courses may only be available in one location.

LUCAN – BUSINESS ENGLISH COURSE- STARTING SOON

The purpose of this QQI Business English (Level 4) course is to equip the learner with the knowledge, skill and competence to communicate confidently, accurately and effectively in English in business and work situations.

TALLAGHT, LUCAN & CLONDALKIN -NOW ENROLLING FOR COURSES STARTING IN SEPTEMBER

A wide range of part-time courses are now enrolling to start in September 2022. These courses are aimed at adults who would like to return to education to improve their skills, knowledge or competence in academic, vocational, personal development, health and well-being subject areas.

MAJOR CAPITAL FUNDING FOR FURTHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING IN CLONDALKIN

The Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Simon Harris T.D. received a warm welcome today in Clondalkin. He was visiting the Further Education and Training (FET) Centre in Monastery Road where he announced the awarding of a multi-million euro project to refurbish and extend the premises. Dublin and Dún Laoghaire Education and Training Board (DDLETB) has been providing FET to the … Continue reading MAJOR CAPITAL FUNDING FOR FURTHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING IN CLONDALKIN »

Aontas Learner’s Festival Celebrations

  The Adult Education Service (South West) recently celebrated Aontas Learner’s Festival. The festival took place from the 7th – 11th March and we had multiple activities across our centres in Tallaght, Lucan and Clondalkin. Activities included talks on Adult Education Service programmes and domestic violence, information sessions in Tallaght, Lucan and Clondalkin libraries, a Story Bags demonstration, taster courses in chair pilates, crafts and … Continue reading Aontas Learner’s Festival Celebrations »