Entries by Jennifer Farley


The aim of the Targeted Youth Employability Support Initiative (TYESI) is to engage and support the harder-to-reach young people aged 15 to 24 years who are not currently in employment, education, or training. For further information contact or an application pack please contact seanwade@ddletb.ie Eligibility Criteria 1. The initiative is open to youth organisations that […]

Loughlinstown Student Chosen As Representative For Sergent Shriver Global Messenger. (SSGM)

We are delighted to share some fantastic news from Margaret Turley.  Margaret is currently working towards Spreadsheet Methods L4 and Challenging Discrimination L3 qualifications, and Personal Decision Making with the DDLETB Adult Education Service based in Loughlinstown Training Centre. Margaret has been chosen as Sargent Shriver Global Messenger. This prestigious role is awarded to Special Olympics […]

Today Is We Are DDLETB Day!

Today, 30th November, we are celebrating “We Are DDLETB Day!” Follow along on social media as we celebrate the MASSIVE and enthusiastic participation of our primary and secondary schools, are colleges and centres of further education. DDLETB is a vibrant community of learners, educators and support staff. Our community’s spirit will be shining brightly on […]

An Exciting Day for Coláiste Cois Life 

Labhair an tAire um Bhreidoideachas & Ardoideachas, Simon Harris i gColáiste Cois Life ar Chéadaoin 23 Lúnasa nuair bhí ionad traenála nua á sheoladh aige ar son an Ionad Traenála Naisiúnta Mount Lucas.   Baineann an t-ionad seo le cúrsaí tógála agus iarfheistiú tithíochta agus d’fhreastail ranganna Staidéar Foirgníochta CCL ar an ionad i rith na bliana […]

Lá na nGaelcholáistí – DDLETB

Lá na nGaelcholáistí  Bhí teacht le chéile ag Gaelcholáistí agus Aonad an BOOÁCDL ar an 26 Lúnasa ag cur tús don bhliain acadúil 23/24. Tháinig baill foirne ón gcúig scoil ar fad le chéile san Óstán Plaza i dTamhlacht faoin téama ‘ag cur le Teagasc agus Foghlaim i Suíomh Lán-Ghaeilge.’   Bhí atmaisféar fuinniúil, spleodrach, gaelach […]