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Free FETAC training courses to get Dubliners under 25 back to work

category dublin | education | press release author Wednesday January 30, 2013 16:23author by ECO-UNESCO - ECO-UNESCOauthor email communications at ecounesco dot ieauthor phone 016625491 Report this post to the editors

Free FETAC training for Dubliners aged 25 or under

Applications to ECO-UNESCO’s newest initiative, Green Pathways, is now open to young, unemployed job seekers under the age of 25. The six month programme, which is part of the newly launched Momentum initiative, aims to train and progress participants onto employment in the green economy.
Free green training courses to get Dubliners under 25 back to work
Free green training courses to get Dubliners under 25 back to work

Green industry is set to be a key growth sector for Ireland over the next decade. Through Green Pathways, ECO-UNESCO, the country’s leading environmental educational and youth organisation, will train and certify 80 participants, enabling them to take full advantage of green employment opportunities as they arise.

The focus of the Green Pathways programme is to build strong environmental, business, communications and leadership skills. Participants chose one of three pathways: the Green Leader path, the Green Enterprise path or the Green Youth & Community path. Through a programme of intensive learning, work-placements and project work, participants will achieve a FETAC-accredited qualification that will make them uniquely employable in the future.

Commenting on the initiative, ECO-UNESCO’s Executive Director Elaine Nevin said, “Green Pathways is an exciting and ambitious addition to our catalogue of educational initiatives. It’s aimed at getting young people out working and making them employment-ready once they finish. Youth unemployment is a serious problem in Ireland, we have one of the highest percentages of unemployed young people in Europe. Green Pathways will be an amazing opportunity for young people and will provide them with the security of employment in a growing, sustainable sector.”

ECO-UNESCO has been a FETAC accredited centre since 2005 and its headquarters, “the Greenhouse” is a dedicated training building in Dublin. The organisation has developed and provided a range of training courses aimed at up skilling young people in areas such as environmental auditing and impact practices, education and facilitation methodologies, systems thinking and sustainable development practice.

Green Pathways will begin in February 2013.

Visit www.ecounesco.ie for more information

Related Link: http://ecounesco.ie/component/content/article/78-uncategorised1/292-green-pathways.html

 #   Title   Author   Date 
   six month initiative to nowhere..     adam    Wed Jan 30, 2013 23:23 
   could be worse...     solzenitzyn    Thu Jan 31, 2013 05:55 
   Another FAS /Job bridge ''Job''     adam    Thu Jan 31, 2013 11:48 
   massaging figures and job blockers     Jane    Thu Jan 31, 2013 13:56 
   converting paid work into unpaid work..     joe bloggs    Fri Feb 01, 2013 12:36 
   Nothing new     Des    Tue Feb 05, 2013 19:43 
   RE: Nothing new     anon    Wed Feb 06, 2013 13:11 
   Feedback seldom given: This is disturbing     Chestnut    Fri Feb 08, 2013 15:13 
   converting paid work into unpaid work     joe    Fri Feb 08, 2013 21:12 
 10   Up-skilling. Is this a massage? People need jobs     Chestnut    Sat Feb 09, 2013 15:50 
 11   Essential that courses lead to job opportunities     Comyn    Thu Feb 21, 2013 16:34 


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