Baldoyle Training Centre at the Education Expo Written by educationexpo on July 25, 2018

Baldoyle Training Centre Education Expo September

Whether you want to upskill, shift careers or are just starting out, Baldoyle Training Centre has a host of course options perfect for you. Pop along to our Education Expo on 8th September and chat to a member of their team about your future.

Why Train at Baldoyle Training Centre?

Presently, Baldoyle Training Centre has a varied list of day and night courses on offer ready to kick-start your career. Their programmes cover everything from Office Equipment Maintenance; Information Technology; Hotel Reception & Guest Services to Security; Sports; Driving and many more.

This established training centre is part of the Dublin and Dun Laoghaire Education and Training Board and delivers a wide range of courses for unemployed clients. Their training is perfect for those who are entering the labour market for the first time or those who wish to upskill and/or change their career path. Training is delivered via both full-time and part-time day courses, along with a choice of night training options. Furthermore, most courses are certified by several awarding bodies, including QQI, City & Guilds, CompTIA, Microsoft etc.

The facilities are of a professional standard and are easily accessible at the self-contained campus. While car parking is available on site, Baldoyle Training Centre is also well served by public transport. With excellent canteen facilities, they provide a pleasant and comfortable environment for you to carry out your training. Small class sizes and expert instruction will ensure you receive the support you require throughout your course.

Register your place now to have the opportunity to chat with Ireland’s top educators at this free event. Alternatively, you can search courses online at, an extensive database of training.

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