Midsummer Verse Competition

Cork ETB is pleased to announce the winners of its Midsummer Verse competition:  Haiku winner, Brigid O’Connell, Sherkin Island and Limerick winner, Sr. Alphonsus O’Brien, Bandon. This competition was organised by Lena Cronin, Community Education Facilitator, Cork ETB, in conjunction with CRY104FM radio in Youghal.  The proposal was developed as a participative project in which…

Covid 19 Awareness Competition

Cork ETB decided to run a competition among young people aged 15-20 in Youthreach and Community Training Centres to increase Covid 19 awareness on actions which can be taken to ensure their own safety and those of others in their communities. We are delighted with the number or entries and extremely proud of all who…

Cork Education and Training Board learners share their voices at National Further Education and Training Learner Forum in Little Island, Cork

On the 10th March, 74 learners from Cork Education and Training Board convened at a regional meeting of the National Further Education and Training Learner Forum. Learners met to share their experiences in further education and training and offered their opinions on how to improve further education and training services to ensure they were meeting…

Carrigtwohill Community College & St. Brogans College Declared Winners of the Inaugural Méihuā Cup Chinese Learning Competition

Students from Carrigtwohill Community College & St. Brogans College have won the first Méihuā Cup Chinese Learning Competition following outstanding performances in the final at Cork County Hall. The winning teams will be invited to take part in an eight day study tour in Nanjing. The competition, organised by Cork County Council in conjunction with…