Cork Training Centre run a number of community based training courses in partnership with local communities and organisations which are developed and offered to learners may require additional supports to access and undertake training as part of their agreed pathway to work. These courses are run as part of our Community Training Centre (CTC) Local Training Initiative (LTI) and Specialist Training Provision (STP). For further information contact your local LES or DSP office or email email@example.com
Community Training Centres (CTC)
Cork Training Centre works in partnership with two Community Training Centres in Cork to provide training and related services to early school leavers. The programme is for those aged 16-21 without al leaving cert/junior cert qualification that are having difficulty accessing employment and would like to gain a qualification. Each learner is helped to identify and develop to their maximum potential at their own pace.
For information contact your local LES or DSP or contact either of the following CTC:
Local Training Initiatives (LTI)
Cork Training Centre in collaboration with local community organisations provide flexible Local Training Initiatives (LTIs) for unemployed people primarily aged between 18-35 . The programme is designed to provide opportunities for learners who are unable to participate in other training for personal, social and geographic reasons.
The LTI programme offers training in a number vocational areas such as Music, Soccer, Sport & Recreation, Furniture Restoration, Childcare, Healthcare, IT, Food Production, Film and Media etc . Projects are located throughout the Cork City and in the county in areas such as Bantry, Bantry, Carrigaline Charleville, Midleton, Mallow, Macroom, Mitchelstown. Current project include:
Specialised Training Provider
Specialist Training Providers provide vocational training courses which target the needs of people with disabilities. They provide learner focused training and related services to individuals who require more intensive support than would be available in non-specialist training provision.