IMPORTANT NOTICE:

With effect from Wednesday 7th October, Cork ETB Head Office will be closed to the general public until further notice, in line with the Government Level 3 measures. This is being done as a precautionary measure to ensure the health and safety of our staff. Cork ETB will operate business as usual by phone and email. Should you wish to contact us please do so by phone on 021-4907100 or by email on info@corketb.ie. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

Mitigating Against Educational Disadvantage Fund (MAEDF):

Calling all Community Education providers/groups: Open Call for Funding!

Cork ETB Further Education and Training (FET) Service in conjunction with SOLAS has launched an open call for funding aimed primarily at local Community Education Providers/Groups.

The Mitigating Against Educational Disadvantage Fund (MAEDF) aims to address educational disadvantage which may be experienced by learners, and has a particular focus on supporting the engagement and re engagement of learners in the community. This call aims to reduce barriers to participation in FET by facilitating wider access to digital technologies, equipment, materials etc.

Click here for the Application Form

Click here for the Guidelines

Closing date: 18th November 2020

Contact your local Adult Education Officer – North Cork Nuala.glanton@corketb.ie South Cork ciaran.lynch@corketb.ie Cork City ruth.griffin@corketb.ie or ger.canning@corketb.ie West Cork Teresa.osullivan@corketb.ie

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Cork Education and Training Board was established under the Education and Training Boards Act, 2013 and is responsible and accountable for the proper direction and control of its functions in the Cork City and Cork County Councils’ local authority areas. Cork ETB is the only statutory body in Cork with the responsibility to provide education and training across a broad range of services.

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