CTEC is a leading provider of certified and customised training in the South East offering programmes in ICT and Business, Childcare, and Healthcare Support. You will find details of our QQI level 6 Training and Development courses listed under ICT and Business.
Please view the CTEC Course Schedule September 2017 to May 2018 now as it has just been updated.
To view our latest course schedule click here. Please note that as courses run subject to sufficient numbers, the schedule is subject to change. It is advisable to check the schedule regularly for updates.
Please refer to our Terms and Conditions available on our Courses page when booking your place on a training course.
FREE QQI Training Courses at CTEC
There are still a few places left on the CTEC courses which are funded through the Dept. of Justice & Equality PEIL initiative. These programmes are for Women who are not in paid employment and who are not on the live register. The courses are completely FREE to those who meet the eligibility criteria. Courses will be delivered 1 day per week from May 2017 to May 2019.
- QQI Level 5 Early Childhood Care & Education Major Award
- QQI Level 6 Early Childhood Care & Education Major Award
- QQI level 5 Health Service Skills Major Award
If you are interested in obtaining further information on one of the above programmes contact CTEC now. Places are limited so register your interest today. This programme is co-funded by the Irish Government and the European Social Fund as part of the ESF Programme for Employability, Inclusion and Learning. Click here for details.
FREE DIGITAL SKILLS COURSE SCHEDULE
CTEC is running courses throughout County Wexford so call us now on 053-9121036 for details and to book your place on a course.
This course aims to provide you with the confidence and skills to participate in today’s digital world and is fully funded by grant from the Department of Communications, Climate Action & Environment. You can download the course schedule here .
Introduction to Internet, Internet Safety & Security
Email, Social Media, Online Banking and Security
Online Government Services, Shopping Online
Course Delivered over 5 sessions 2 hours per week in various locations. Each class consists of 10 students.
Courses available to those who meet any one of the following criteria:
If you are interested in booking a place for yourself or for your group then call into CTEC, Norse Gate House, St. Peter’s Square, Wexford or phone
053-9121036 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration for all courses is open now. A €50 deposit is required to confirm your place on most courses and a €350 deposit is required as the deposit for ATI courses. Please refer to our terms and conditions when booking a course, available on our website and at the Reception desk in CTEC.
You may be eligible for funding from the Department of Social Protection or Intreo (formerly FAS).
We are now taking bookings for all courses starting from September 2016 onwards. You can book online or by dropping into our Training Centre on the 2nd floor in Norse Gate House, St Peter's Square, Wexford. Contact 053-9121036 for more information.
ITEC & CIBTAC Beauty Specialist Courses
Contact CTEC for details of our ITEC and CIBTAC beauty courses. 053-9121036 or email@example.com
CTEC - Winner of the Training Provider of the Year Award 2013
CTEC- winner of the Wexford Training Provider Award 2011
Garda Vetting is required for those undertaking many of the childcare and healthcare courses. Applicants for these courses must complete Garda Vetting forms when applying for courses. CTEC will can arrange Garda Vetting for students at no additional cost.
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
Many of us have years of valuable experience gained in the workplace, but no formal qualifications at all. RPL is a system whereby you can use the valuable skills gained at work to achieve a recognised FETAC award. Please contact Rachel or Patricia on 053-9121036 to see if RPL is the best way for you to gain certification. You can read more about RPL here.
FETAC Monitoring Report
Summary of Good Practice:
• Management at CTEC is committed to delivering a quality product to its diverse client base and to ensuring quality delivery and fair and consistent assessment of its learners.
• There is a very high level of awareness, by both management and staff of FETAC QA requirements and significant evidence of good practice in QA implementation as noted above.
• The review of programmes and services is evidently part of the culture at CTEC. The open and supportive learning environment, as verified by both students and staff, is commended.
• It was clear that a thorough approach was taken to the Self Evaluation undertaken in March 2008.
• A quality driven learning experience at CTEC was endorsed by each of the past learners interviewed.
FETAC Monitoring Report, December 2008 - read the full report here.
click here for details and photos.
CTEC has agreed Quality Assurance Policies and Procedures with QQI (formerly FETAC) and is a registered Training and Testing Centre for QQI Courses. CTEC is also an authorised training and testing centre for Equalskills and ECDL, Accounting Technicians Ireland, ITEC and CIBTAC.
CTEC is an approved training organisation for WWetb and KCetb contracted training programmes. The registration number of Community Training & Education Centre is 901601.
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CTEC links with IT Carlow
Students who successfully complete the FETAC level 6 Advanced Certificate in Early Childhood Care and Education at CTEC, gaining distinctions in all mandatory modules, can now apply for entry directly into Year Two of the Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Early Childhood Education & Care at IT Carlow. All CTEC courses are taught on a module by module basis only.
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