2nd Level Schools, Ages 12 – 18 Years , Fulltime
Our 2nd level schools provide secondary education for students from 12 to 18 years old. All our schools follow the national curriculum in Junior Cycle and Senior Cycle. Learners who come to Ireland without fluency in the English language, will be offered additional language classes and support, as well as participating in a range of other curricular subjects.
Some of our schools may have places available, so please contact them directly.
Youthreach, Ages 16 – 21 Years, Fulltime
Courses last from 1 to 2 years, although it can be flexible, depending on your individual needs. Learners can concentrate on a core training area of your choice but basic subjects, such as English, maths and life skills, are generally covered by all trainees. Courses are free and trainees receive a weekly allowance.
Further Education & Training, Ages 16 +, Fulltime
Further Education courses are usually of one or two years in duration. They are open to those with a Leaving Certificate or an equivalent qualification. Some courses require a basic level in English and Maths and/or in school subjects to submit a portfolio of work. Many courses start in September however some training courses are available with different starting times.
Adult Education, Ages 18+, Part Time
City of Dublin ETB Adult Education Service provides an open, accessible, welcoming environment where you will find programmes that meet your individual needs. Programmes are provided within our centres and in community settings that have been developed in cooperation with a wide range of partners. Courses are low cost or free, one to one or small groups with a choice of times and venues to suit the needs of the adult learner with day and evening learning sessions available. Courses include: Basic literacy courses in English, ESOL, or English for Speakers of Other Languages, which incorporates communicative language techniques for mixed levels and uses cross-cultural approaches that recognise a learner’s other languages/cultures.
Adult Education Guidance Service
The aim of the Adult Education Guidance Initiative (AEGI) is to provide a quality adult educational guidance service to students attending literacy and adult and community education programmes in the five Adult Education Areas.
City of Dublin Youth Services
City of Dublin Youth Services funds a range of Youth Groups and Clubs across Dublin City. For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org