Delivery of education and training programmes.
Education & Training
Services providing education and training opportunities in Co. Wexford.
This is a free and confidential statutory education service for adults who wish to return to learning and develop further confidence to progress in work, education and their personal lives.
Target Age Group Adults 18 years +
The Arts Department operates under the Arts Strategy 2011-2015. It is embedded in a number of contexts one of which is “Arts and Young People”. This targets young people through 4 different strands;
This is a flexible, part-time training programme providing opportunities to return to learning for young people and adults. It is a re-entry route for those in the workplace who wish to upgrade their skills in line with emerging needs.
Target Age Group 16 years +. There is no upper age limit.
The School Completion Programme was introduced in 2002. There are currently five such programmes operational in Co. Wexford. The School Completion Programme focuses on young people aged between 4 and 18 years. The programme forms part of the Dept. of Education & Skills Social Inclusion Strategy (DEIS) to help children and young people who are at risk of or...
The School Completion Programme was introduced in 2002. There are currently five such programmes operational in Co. Wexford. The School Completion Programme focuses on young people aged between 4 and 18 years. The programme forms part of the Dept.
Executive Librarian: Yvonne Smith
Contacts & Services: http://www.wexford.ie/wex/Departments/Library/LibraryOpeningHoursandContacts/BunclodyLibrary/
Our guidance information service is available to all general public (16 years +) with regard to course information on education/ training opportunities.
Working in partnership with community groups in County Wexford, WWETB Community Education Programme (Wexford) provides support for the development of locally based community education programmes for adults who are facing barriers to taking part in educational opportunities.
Provides free, independent, impartial information, advice and advocacy on social rights, entitlements and responsibilities.
There are three Centres located throughout the County in Wexford, Enniscorthy and Gorey and an outreach in New Ross.
CWCW is a voluntary body providing services to children and adults with an intellectual disability and their families in County Wexford. Services provided include Disability Support Service, Early Childhood Care and Education and Training and Employment.
Target Age Group 2 years 10 months – 6 years; 18-24 years; families.
Support Service for adults with intellectual disabilities. The Day Services are based in New Ross but the service also supports individuals in their own communities through community inclusion, outreach, work experience and training etc. The overall aim of the adult service is to support the individual to integrate into the community of their choice.
Special Needs Early Childhood Care and Education.
Referrals are accepted from all over the county but are filtered through the Early Intervention Team.
The Education Welfare Service is now housed under Tusla, Child & Family Agency. Under the Education Welfare Act 2000, Education Welfare Officers work with young people and their families who are experiencing difficulty with school attendance.
Executive Librarian: Jarlath Glynn
Contacts & Services: http://www.wexford.ie/wex/Departments/Library/LibraryOpeningHoursandContacts/EnniscorthyLibrary/
Youth project providing targeted and universal services to young people and their families.
Contact Person Kieran Donohoe (CEO)
Executive Librarian: Nicola McGrath
Contacts & Services: http://www.wexford.ie/wex/Departments/Library/LibraryOpeningHoursandCont...
Tel: 053 9421000 ext 235
The School Completion Programme was introduced in 2002. There are currently five such programmes operational in Co. Wexford. The School Completion Programme focuses on young people aged between 4 and 18 years. The programme forms part of the Dept. of Education & Skills Social Inclusion Strategy (DEIS) to help children and...
The Local Training Initiative (LTI) is a Fetac Level 5 Course focusing on Sport, Recreation and Exercise funded by WWETB. Offering real life experience through our work experience module and our close working ties to sport in the community. The course is limited to 18 students, male and female, between the ages of 17-30yrs.
HSCL is a statutory education service. It is a core part of DEIS and is based in schools. Its primary focus is educational welfare, with a focus on enabling and empowering families to support their children in education, to ensure improved outcomes with regard to attendance participation and retention.