Return to Learning in a Relaxed and Supportive Environment
The Wexford Adult Literacy Service provides a free and confidential service for adults who wish to return to learning and develop further confidence to progress in work, education and in their personal lives.
For more information on the courses listed below please contact your local Literacy Co-ordinator as follows:
|WEXFORD ADULT LITERACY SERVICE CONTACT DETAILS|
|South Wexford –||Wexford and New Ross areas|
|Adult Literacy Organiser||Siobhan Conners
|Adult Educator||Laura Cullen
|North Wexford –||Bunclody and Enniscorthy areas|
|Adult Literacy Organiser||Kristin Gray
|Adult Educator||Rory Sweeney
|North Wexford –||Gorey area|
Quality and Qualifications Ireland was established in 2012 as a new integrated agency replacing the Further Education and Training Awards Council, the Higher Education and Training Awards Council and the National Qualifications Authority of Ireland and incorporating the functions of the Irish Universities Quality Board.
Awards and qualifications formerly made by FETAC continue to be recognised, because they are on the National Framework of Qualifications. If you are enrolled on a programme leading to a FETAC award, your award will now be made by QQI, under FETAC processes.
For more information about Quality and Qualifications Ireland Programmes/modules available please click here
What courses are available?
Accreditation is optional for some programmes
Return To Learning Programme: Provided for adults working on building their core skills (including Reading, Writing, Grammar, Spelling, Speaking, Listening, Computers and Maths). Classes are QQI accredited from Level 1- 3 and run from September to May for 30 weeks. Learners can join anytime throughout the year. One to one and 14 week intense classes may also be available depending on individual needs.
Family Learning Programmes: Delivered for parents and guardians of children aged from 2 -12 years old. These programmes assist parents in supporting their child’s learning or may also involve parents learning alongside their children. These programmes are 6 – 8 weeks in length and can run anytime from September – mid July.
Essential Skills Programme: Provided for adults who may learn differently or have special educational needs. The programme aims to deliver life and literacy skills while promoting social inclusion. This is a two-year programme that runs from September – May each academic year and is accredited at QQI levels 1 and 2.
Workplace Programmes: Provided and delivered for individuals who are employed (full or part-time) whom need to build on their skills for work and life. These courses run for 10 – 15 weeks and offer QQI accreditation Levels 1 – 3.
Summer programmes: Summer programmes generally run for the month of June and involve informal or intense learning opportunities. Past summer programmes have focused on computers and IT, Art, Healthy Living and Personal Development.