Belfast Recovery College involves staff and peer educators joining in their learned and lived experience to provide a mental health and wellbeing educational programme.
The Kickstart programme enables men to gain practical skills and knowledge to make informed lifestyle choices. This community-based initiative encourages participation through an informal, social setting and covers topics including Cookery & Healthy Eating, Fitness & Exercise and Health Education workshops.
Women's Integrated Skills & Employment (WISE) is a project based in Donegal that helps women back into employment, education or self-employment.
Career Paths is a full-time course for Adults with Dyslexia, offering evidence-based literacy and assistive technology, and is the only one of its kind in Ireland.
The Participation and Development Service at Dublin Simon Community is dedicated to improving wellbeing, self-esteem, socialisation and independence for adults experiencing homelessness.
Change Makers is a partnership between Inishowen Development Partnership, Donegal ETB and Self Help Africa that raises awareness and action around Development Education themes with adults in Donegal.
The Bessborough Centre in Mahon, Cork provides education to adults who experience difficulty accessing formal education due to disadvantage and challenging home circumstances.
The LWL IT Carlow initiative supports access for learners in the Midlands Region to obtain a third level qualification. The initiative targets disadvantaged learners who face geographical and financial barriers to third level education and allows learners to attend evening and weekend classes at the LWL Women's Community Education Centre.
One Family's New Futures Programme supports and enables lone parents who are economically inactive to take advantage of training and development opportunities, while balancing their roles as parents.