If you’re aged between 15 – 21yrs and you left school early and would like to get guidance, training and work experience and qualifications, Youthreach may be for you.

Youthreach is all about your personal development, and training and education and each centre offers a safe and supportive place for you to go to learn.

Youthreach is co-funded by the Irish Government, the European Social Fund and the Youth Employment Initiative as part of the ESF Programme for Employability Inclusion and Learning 2014-2020.

For more information on Youthreach, click here.

What Kind Of Programmes Are Available?

Youthreach offers a wide range of training and education for young people, with many leading to QQI awards. SEN (Special Education Needs) Programme may be available for young people who have been assessed as having multiple learning difficulties.

How To Join A Youthreach Programme

To join a Youthreach programme you must be unemployed, out of school and aged between 15 and 21 years. If you are 16 years or over, you will be paid an age-related training allowance. Youthreach programmes run all year round with a continuous intake, so you can join a programme at any time.

For further information on DDLETB Youthreach Centres, contact the Co-ordinator of your local Centre by clicking on one of the links below:

Balbriggan Youthreach 
Blanchardstown Youthreach
Clondalkin Youthreach 
Lucan Youthreach 
Priory Youthreach (Tallaght) 
Rathfarnham Youthreach 
Rush Youthreach 
Sallynoggin Youthreach
Swords Youthreach
Tallaght Youthreach 
YES Centre (Clondalkin) 

Quality Assurance

Youthreach courses are quality assured.

Click here to read information on our Quality Assurance policies and procedures.