Important Advice and Information for CTEC Students Regarding Coronavirus (Covid 19)
5th May 2020
In line with the latest Government advice, the CTEC training centre will remain closed to the public. As soon as it is safe to do so, CTEC will reopen and we look forward to seeing our learners back in the training centre. In the meanwhile, many of our ongoing courses are now being delivered online using our virtual learning environment Moodle, Zoom Meetings, as well as email and phone support. A limited range of new programmes will be starting online shortly and will be advertised on CTEC’s website and on our Facebook page – https.www.facebook.com/CTECWexford. Our staff and tutors are still on hand and working hard from home to support all our learners.
CTEC will continuously review these arrangements in line with HSE and Government guidelines and this document will be updated in the coming weeks as necessary. https://ctecwexford.ie/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/Important-advice-for-ctec-learners-coronavirus.pdf
You can contact CTEC on email@example.com or leave a message on 053-9121036. All calls will be returned as soon as possible.
New – FREE Funded Programmes for Women
- QQI level 5 Health Service Skills 3 modules – registrations open now.
- Enterprise Start Your Own Business Course – registrations open now.
- QQI Level 6 Early Childhood Care & Education Major Award – registrations open now.
We will be delivering these programmes once the current coronavirus outbreak is under control and the centre is allowed to reopen. Healthcare and Childcare programmes are only open to Women not in Paid Employment OR in receipt of Social Welfare Payment. Women in receipt of Carer’s, Lone Parent or Disability allowance are eligible to apply. Courses will be delivered 1 day per week.
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.
Check https://ctecwexford.ie/funded-programmes/ for full details.