DDLETB Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) pilot project – QQI certificates presented to staff from the Air Corps in Lucan Education Centre on 17th January. Congratulations to the RPL participants and to the RPL team in Lucan. This is a pilot project in Recognition of Prior Learning for DDLETB. The Adult Education Service Southwest is […]
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Dublin and Dún Laoghaire ETB is continuing its commitment to quality in teaching and learning with a series of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) workshops for Assistant Principals. We are delighted that we have assistant principals from all of our 29 schools attending the workshops. The programme consists of four two hour modules, with each module covering […]
The VTOS students from the Understanding Interculturalism class at Blanchardstown Adult Education Service organised an International Day which took place on 18 December 2018. The main aim of the event was to help students and staff experience other cultures. As food is an important component of culture and it often plays a central role in […]
In May 2018, migrant students and parents from Riversdale CC sat Cambridge Assessment English language exams. While parents and students attended separate classes to prepare them for the exams, they came together to receive their certs. The cohort of 29 parents and students from Riversdale CC sat a combination of four Cambridge Assessment English exams: […]
A new Irish Government campaign has been launched to promote the role of teaching in primary and post-primary schools. On the Government “Teaching Transforms” web site, you can find information on how and where you can study to become a teacher as an undergraduate. Post-Graduate options on how to become a teacher if you already […]
Huge congratulations to Skerries Community College student, Adam Kelly, who has won the top award at the prestigious BT Young Scientist & Technologist of the Year competition. Adam’s project, which was entitled ‘Optimizing The Simulation Of General Quantum Circuits’ was praised by judges. Judge and Chair of the Chemical, Physical and Mathematics Category, Professor Sean Corish, said the […]
Happy New Year to all of our wonderful students and great staff. Here’s to a great 2019 ahead! We’re looking forward to a new year with new schools opening, exciting new courses and opportunities to learn, achieve and succeed.
Dublin and Dún Laoghaire Training Board have applied for the patronage of three new Community National School (CNS) 2019. Vote now for a school in your area. On 8th November 2018, the Minister for Education and Skills, Joe McHugh, T.D., invited school patron bodies/prospective school patron bodies to apply for the patronage of 12 new primary […]
An Apple Regional Training Centre delivers free courses to teachers to build the skills and confidence to use Apple technology in the classroom. Teachers in the Dublin area can now benefit from this facility. We would be delighted if you would join us for the launch of the Dublin RTC in Dublin & Dún Laoghaire […]
Deputy Joan Burton launched PLC D15 today. This is a new suite of courses which will be offered from September 2019 at Riversdale Community College in Blanchardstown. Deputy Burton spoke about how these new courses are “Broadening the educational opportunities for the young people of Dublin15”. The new courses on offer include Communications, Childcare, Digital […]