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Beat Social Anxiety Disorder with Step Out Ireland
So, what’s going on in France?
The European Charlemagne Youth Prize 2017 is open for registrations
Spring film workshops for young people with epilepsy
Skills & Training
What is eCollege?
Erasmus: The How To Guide
CAO and UCAS
Higher Education Access and Disability
Study tips for doing well in your exams
Applying for jobs
How to write a CV
Jobseeker’s Allowance and Jobseeker’s Benefit
Decoding a job description
Transferring unemployment benefits to other EU countries
What can a Jobs Club do for you?
Generalised Anxiety Disorder
Roll up cigarettes
Myth Busting: HIV and AIDS
Making a budget and sticking to it!
A-Z of sexual orientation
Is a Gap year for you?
My experience with culture shock
Alcohol & Drugs
Body image and body positivity
Dating with depression
Why I don’t drink alcohol
Me and my Thyroid
Breaking down stigma around Eating Disorders
Welcome to Ireland's Youth Information Website
Return to Education
Interested in changing courses or taking up something new to improve your skills and CV? Find a range of information and courses that cover your interests here.
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Mental Health Recovery Courses starting in Dublin
The Recovery College is open to people in North Dublin, Louth and Meath
Are you interested in working with horses? This course could be for you
If you have a learning disability/difficulty or an early school leaver the QQI Level 4 in Horsemanship is enrolling
Safe Pass Programme
Find out more about applying for a safe pass card
Fast Track to IT
Find out more about this initiative upskilling jobseekers on ICT
What is eCollege?
If you're a jobseeker, you can enroll in online courses for free
Adult Literacy Scheme
Your local ETB can help you with reading, writing and maths
Try some free training courses with Skillnets
Find out more about the eligibility for jobseekers
Interested in a free German language course?
If you’re under 35 you might be eligible for an upcoming free course
Back to Education Programme
There are a number of programmes available for you to take part in
Education, Training and Development Option - BTEA
These are short courses that let you retain your jobseeker's payment
Part-Time Education Option
You can keep your jobseeker's payment and take part in these courses
A non-formal approach to education and learning based in local community
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