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How to handle exam results anxiety and stress
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The effects of social media on mental health
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List of free STI clinics in Ireland
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Places to turn to if you are experiencing bullying
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Harnessing the internet for good
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Transitioning from school to college
Society needs to stop the stigma on mental health
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How to help a friend dealing with addiction to alcohol
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ACCESS: Going to college on the HEAR and DARE schemes
Are you eligible to go through the ACCESS route to third level?
Training opportunities at Dublin South East Community Training Centre
The service is available to early school leavers age 16-21
How the Adult Literacy Scheme can help you with reading
Your local Education and Training Board (ETB) can help you with reading, writing and maths
How to fill out the Back to Education Allowance form (BTE 1)
Find out how to fill out this form
Back to Education Programmes
Learn about the different Back to Education programmes available.
The Education, Training and Development Option for jobseekers
These are short courses that let you retain your jobseeker's payment
All you need to know about the Part-Time Education Option for jobseekers
You can keep your jobseeker's payment and take part in these courses
Community Education: The non-formal approach to education
A non-formal approach to education and learning based in local community
What is the Back to Education Initiative?
Back to Education Initiative is aimed at people who left school before getting a Leaving Cert.
Back to Education Allowance - Postgraduate
Find out if you're eligible for this scheme
Back to Education Allowance - Third Level
What is the BTEA and how do I qualify?
Back to Education Allowance - Second Level
Find out if you're entitled to attend a second-level course with the Back to Education Allowance (BTEA)
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