Workplace Education

Workplace Education is a national programme aimed at providing training opportunities to help employees deal with the basic skills demands of the workplace.

The initiative is funded by the Irish Government under the Department of Education and Skills, and delivered by Education & Training Boards (ETB) across the country.

At Blanchardstown Adult Education Service, the SFW Co-ordinator works closely with local employers to provide training to employees who would like to upskill.


Training

Evening Classes in Bookkeeping and Payroll – Places available – Full details available here –
Level 5 modules 2019

The training is provided to employees who:

  • Are over 18 years of age and not in full-time second level education
  • Are in part-time or full time employment
  • Have work skills needs
  • Have few, out-dated or no educational qualifications
  • Are willing to take part on a voluntary basis
  • Have a desire to improve
  • Have their employer’s support

Courses

Some of the courses provided include:

  • Computer skills
  • Communications
  • Health and Safety in the workplace
  • Writing for the workplace
  • Personal/Interpersonal Skills
  • Professional Development

Contact

If you are an employer and would like your staff to upskill, please contact the Workplace Education Co-ordinator on 086 047 2363

 

 

Our Adult Literacy and BTEI courses are co-funded by the Government of Ireland and the European Social Fund as part of the ESF Programme for Employability, Inclusion and Learning 2014-2020