This programme aims to equip learners with the knowledge, skill and competence to effectively build, maintain and repair relationships, and to manage and resolve situations of conflict in personal, social and work life, using restorative approaches. To book a place on this course please contact Sandra Campbell by Friday 30th November 2012
The Something Fishy project is an annual collaboration between Education Centres nationally and Inland Fisheries Ireland.
FETAC Quality Assurance Parchment presentation was made to Blackrock Education Centre, represented by Seamus Cannon, Director, by the Minister for Lifelong Learning, Mr Sean Haughey T.D. on Monday, 14th February 2011 in Clontarf Castle.
Quality Assurance agreed by FETAC Council
Newly qualified post primary teachers will have an opportunity to meet with their peers and participate in a structured induction programme starting later in October. Please keep an eye out for details of the schedule which will be posted shortly
The Professional Development Service for Teachers or PDST is the name given to the newly created CPD service for teachers, combining teachers from primary and secondary schools in a single integrated support team working regionally under the national Director Paddy Keays.