Cultúr - Migrants Centre

English Language Classes

for Migrant Women living in Co. Meath

Venue 

Course

No of Hours

Frequency

Trim

Free of charge

English FETAC level 5 + Career Planning & Job Skills Preparation* (*optional)

100 hours
(17 weeks)

2 days per week; 3 hours per day;

Oldcastle

Free of charge

English FETAC level 4

80 hours
(14 weeks)

2 days per week; 3 hours per day;

Oldcastle

Free of charge

English FETAC level 3

80 hours
(14 weeks)

2 days per week; 3 hours per day;

Navan

Fee applies

English HETAC level 6 (English for Academic and Work Purposes) + Career Planning & Job Skills Preparation

 
Approx.14 weeks

1 day per week; 3 hours per day

For more information and registration contact Joanna:
Phone: (046) 9093120
E-mail: joana@cultur.ie

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ESOL for Work and Life
English Language Classes for Migrant Men

(Beginner’s level)

Where?

Trim, Co. Meath
When?
September – October 2013 (2 evenings per week)
Cost:
Free of charge

The course will include:

  • English for Work and Life classes
  • Information on rights and entitlements – understanding of the Irish system
  • Supports for work and training (CV preparation)
  • One to one information supports (if required)

For more information and registration contact Joanna:
Phone: (046) 9093120
E-mail: joana@cultur.ie

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CULTUR HAS ITS FUNDING APPROVED UNTIL DECEMBER!!!

Save Cultur

Thanks to all of you who:

  • Organised petitions
  • Wrote to your TD or Minister
  • Came to planning meetings
  • Came to the meeting with the county council
  • Or just kept encouraging us to keep on trying

We are delighted to be able to say that the Minister for Justice Alan Shatter has agreed to give us our funding until December.

Of course that means we don't know where our funding for 2014 will come from, so we will need your continued support and ideas to help us keep doing the work we have done for over 10 years now.

Again - thanks for your support. We will keep you up to date with our news.


Realising the potential
of the Asylum and Migration Fund

Cultúr along with Migrant Rights Centre Ireland, Cross Care Migrant Project has submitted a paper to the Directorate General on Home Affairs in the European Commission on the new Asylum and Migration Fund which will be rolled out across Europe in 2014.

We are hoping that this new round will have a significant impact on the lives of those seeking asylum and migrants in Ireland.

Please see this link:

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to read our joint position paper.


Upcoming Course....
Community Work in a Changing Co. Meath

NUI Certificate Level 7 Awarded by NUI Maynooth

By the end participants will have An understand the principles of community work;
Explored key issues impacting on communities and different groups within communities for example migrants, Travellers, women;
Examined the keys themes in community work in relation to equality, anti racism and social justice; Developed skills in planning community work initiatives.

Who should attend?

This certificate is designed for persons interested or already active in Meath based volunteer or community work initiatives

Please see attached Brochure for more information on this course...Closing Date 31st May 2013

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