Monday, 26 June, 2017

Free Training Opportunity for CEN Members

7 Sep 2016 10:13 AM

We are delighted to inform you of a terrific opportunity to avail of a free blended learning course as part of our ‘Community Education for a Better Tomorrow’ programme. This training will enable participants to critically reflect on community education and quality assurance in community education provision. Governance and organisational development strategies will also be examined, evaluating approaches most appropriate for community education.

A flipped classroom approach will underpin teaching and learning strategies allowing participants to co-create knowledge about quality assurance in the community education sector.

The programme takes places over eight weeks involving six online sessions, self-directed learning and two face to face workshops, from the 6th October until the 1st December 2016. The six online sessions will be hosted in hubs across the country. Any CEN members applying for the training must specify, in their application form, at least one hub where they would like to attend the six online sessions. Click here to access an application form. 

The deadline for our free online ‘Community Education for a Better Tomorrow’ programme has been extended to Tue 20th September (Midnight). Some places are still available for Longford, Cork, Wexford and Limerick. Click here for more information or please contact: snibhroin@aontas.com

This opportunity to open to all members of the CEN.

‘Community Education for a Better Tomorrow’ Training Hubs;

  • Dublin: An Cosán, Kiltalown Village Centre, Jobstown, Tallaght, Dublin 24
  • Dublin: Age Action, 10 Grattan Cres, Inchicore, Dublin 8
  • Cork: IRD Duhallow, James O’Keeffe Institute, Newmarket, Co. Cork
  • Longford: Longford Women’s Link, Willow House, Ardnacassa Avenue, Longford
  • Limerick:  St. Mary’s Adult Education Centre, Island Road, Limerick
  •  Wexford: Access 2000 Wexford, 2 Green St, Wexford

The programme has been designed by the CEN in response to consultation with CEN members earlier this year, and with the support of An Cosán’s Virtual Community College (VCC). The Community Education for a Better Tomorrow is delivered as part of the ‘Learning Today for a Better Tomorrow’ project, funded by the European Commission Erasmus+ Programme and the Department of Education and Skills.