This Back to Education Jobs Initiative (BTEI) enables adults and young people over the age of 16 to return to learning in a positive and supportive environment. Classes are small and personal attention is assured. Students in receipt of social welfare payments and health board benefits are also eligible to apply and do not have to pay fees. Eligible students may be entitled to part-time creche places under the Childcare, Employment and Training Scheme (CETS scheme). Courses begin in the middle of September and continue until the end of May each year. Classes are timetabled to take place four mornings each week from 9.50 to 1pm each day.s.
Contact: BTEI Co-ordinator Phone: 01-8371689
email: firstname.lastname@example.org or walk in to see us.
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Repeating may seem like the end of the world but the dedicated and hard-working teachers and staff at Plunket College make repeating less stressful. I'd recommend it to anyone.
"I never thought that I would go to university because of Leaving Cert points, never mind have the opportunity to study in an area (Psychology) where it is so difficult to get a place. I owe how well I did in university in no small part to the year I spent on the Counselling & Psychology course in Plunket College; it was indispensable in getting me where I am now, a second year Psychology student in NUI Maynooth.