Meet CDETB at the Education Expo Written by educationexpo on July 18, 2018

CDETB Education Expo

The City of Dublin Education and Training Board is the latest to join our list of exhibitors at the Exhibition Expo. A leading organisation in the field, members of the CDETB team will be available to answer any questions you have about your future at our free event 8th September.

Who is CDETB?

CDETB provides a broad range of educational services through their schools, colleges, and centres. They place focus on the learner; whether a second level student, a young adult training in Further Education, or even a mature student wishing to upskill. Consequently, their qualified and experienced staff members assist individuals in reaching their potential. The goal of CDETB is to address each person’s educational needs, fundamentally providing pathways to employment and further education.

What They Do

Impressively, CDETB operates 23 schools and colleges, 10 Youthreach Centres, and an education service in seven Prisons. That’s not all. They also manage 17 Local Training Initiatives and an Adult Education Service operating in five separate areas across the city. Their 3,200 staff members deliver training to up to 30,000 learners (12,000 full-time and 17,500 part-time).  Their programmes are supported by services that include a school psychological service, a curriculum development unit, a sports and cultural council, a buildings maintenance unit and administrative staff. CDYSB is another offshoot of theirs which delivers youth work services across the city of Dublin. CDETB is also responsible for the national awarding authority for student grants in Ireland, Student Universal Support Ireland (SUSI).

Chat to staff from the City of Dublin Education and Training Board in person about education options that are right for you. Register your place now and avoid disappointment.

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