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The BTEI in partnership with a number of agencies is now accepting on-line bookings for a range of free courses(including taster workshops for those in receipt of Job-seekers Allowance/Benefit). These classes will run during the months of April, May and June 2013.
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The Back to Education Initiative(BTEI) is currently recruiting for the following courses due to commence in April 2013:
FETAC Level 6 - Early Childhood Care and Education
Components: Work Experience(including 30 day work placement); Team Working
FETAC Level 4: Reception; Computer Applications; Data Entry
FETAC Level 3: Digital Photography; The Internet
If you are interested in adding your name to the waiting list for any of the above courses - please email your name, address and daytime telephone number to: BTEIhelpdesk@kkvec.ie or phone the BTEI Office, Lr. New Street, Kilkenny. Tel: 056 7795916
NB: All applicants must meet the BTEI eligibility criteria at course start up.
County Kilkenny VEC offers a range of evening classes at a network of VEC schools throughout the county. The programmes on offer combine a mixture of well established popular classes with a variety of new options to suit the different tastes of learners and vary from the academic to the practical. Details of the full range of classes for Spring 2013 is attached.
The Vocational Education Committees(VECs) in Co. Kilkenny and Co. Carlow are due to merge in 2013 to form the Kilkenny Carlow Education and Training Board. New legislation to establish Education and Training Boards(ETBs) is going through the Oireachtas at the moment and is expected to be passed early in 2013. Similar mergers are happening in other VECs around the country: the 33 existing VECs will be replaced by 16 ETBs.
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