Living Dublin Awards

The history of North Wall Community Training Centre (CTC) dates back to the early 1980’s. The original centre was located in premises locally referred to as the ‘Sheds’ on North Wall Quay. In 1988 the CTC was transferred to the British and Irish Steamship Company site on the North Wall Quay. The move lasted until 1995 when the B&I site was required to build the new Citi Bank premises. The CTC returned to the original site on North Wall Quay.

In 1999 North Wall CTC moved to a new state of the art facility in St. Laurence Place East, Dublin 1. The premises were built by the Dublin Docklands Development Authority and continue to be
utilised today.

We have a proud history of providing quality training services to early school leavers and have been recognised as Irish Times Living in Dublin Award winners 2009 and Dublin Docklands Business Forum Award winners 2016.

 

 

North Wall Community Training Centre and KPMG won the Dublin Docklands Business Forum Award for 2016! The Award recognises the  contribution to learners from the Docklands area through the GET CENTS programme. GET CENTS is a financial literacy programme unique to
North Wall CTC and KPMG. It has been running since 2009 with over 300 learners certified.

The pictures show Trevor Moore (General Manager North Wall CTC) and Tony O’Dwyer (Chairperson North Wall CTC) receiving the Award.

 

 

North Wall Community Training Centre, St. Laurence Place East,
Seville Place, Dublin 1.
Trevor Moore (Manager) Tel: (01) 855 4033