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BTEI (Back to Education Initiative)
What is BTEI? The Back To Education Initiative provides part-time Further Education programmes for young people and adults. The aim is to give people an opportunity to combine a return to learning with family, work and other responsibilities.
Who can take part in the BTEI Programme? Anyone who has left full-time education or is out of work can take part in a course being offered, but priority will be given to those with less than the Leaving Certificate.
What will a BTEI course cost? Individuals will have different entitlements. Those in receipt of unemployment payments or means-tested social welfare benefits and holders of medical cards are entitled to free tuition.
These programmes give learners the opportunity to gain confidence to progress onto many of our Level 5 courses.
All courses listed are full for 2012 / 2013
Courses available under BTEI
Foundation in Science and Maths
PC Maintenance and Networking
Learn Enjoy Achieve and Progress (Leap) age 18 -21
ESOL and Employment Skills
If you are interested in any of these course for September 2013
Who do I contact?
For further information please contact:
Telephone Fax :
01 - 8314677
The BTEI is funded by the Department of Education and Science and part financed by the European Social Fund under the National Development Plan 2007-2013.
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