CTC Recruitment – Job Adverts October 2017
Congratualations to North Wall CTC
North Wall CTC & KPMG win Dublin Docklands Business Forum for 2016
GET CENTS is a financial literacy programme unique to North Wall CTC & KPMG, it has been running since 2009 with over 300 learners certified
Award was presented in the Gibson Hotel Dublin
Left to rgt: Trevor Moore (GM), Karina Howley (CSR Manager KPMG) & Tony O’Dwyer (Chairperson) Fr Rgt: Trevor Moore (GM North Wall) & Tony O’Dwyer (Chairperson North Wall CTC)
Blanchardstown CTC “Best Blogging Group” Second year in a row.
The digital Media group from Blanchardstown CTC, has won the award for “Best Blogging Group” yet again this year at the X-Hale Youth Awards at the Light House Cinema last Thursday.
Well done to the Digital Media Group on your achievement!
“National Career Skills Competition 2016 Aware Ceremony”
High Commended Adult Leaner, Sadbh McCoy & Tutor Rory McEvitt, Kylemore Community Community Training Centre
Acting General Manager for Kylemore CTC required
There are Community Training Centres all around Ireland providing services to early school leavers aged 16-21 This page is dedicated to showcasing what some of the CTC’s are doing along with some press articles that highlight the issues and concerns facing our learners.
Happy Heart award and Silver Active@Work award issued by the Irish Heart Foundation.
Irish Heart Foundation Awards Ceremony 9th December 2015
– Kylemore Awarded Happy Heart for 6th Year in a row
(l to r) Mr Barry Dempsey, CEO, Irish Heart Foundation, Jacqueline Kearns, Kylemore CTC, Mr Tony O’Brien, Director, HSE
Well Done Digital Learners from Stoneybatter CTC
Learners from Stoneybatter CTC’s Digital Media class achieved overall runner up in the Irish Cancer Society’s XHale Short Film Competition out of 41 organisations.
Thursday, January 30, 2014
A new story for mental health (By Paul Gilligan of the Irish Examiner)
ASK any teacher in any school in Ireland what their greatest concerns are, and they will most likely mention the mental health of their students. Their concerns are well founded. Recent research by the Royal College of Surgeons found that, by the age of 13, a third of young people in Ireland are likely to have experienced some type of mental disorder.
By the age of 24, the rate will have increased to more than 50%. More than one in five Irish people aged 19-24 years have a substance use disorder, confirming the belief that drug and alcohol misuse is ingrained in Irish society. More than one in 15 have engaged in deliberate self-harm and one in five have experienced suicidal ideation, statistics reflecting the very real risk to life mental health distress can cause.
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