Extending Training in the Community 2 (ETC2) is aimed at women aged 16 and over, offering a great opportunity to sample Trades courses and range of ICT courses.
All our courses are delivered by female tutors in our workshops and ICT suites in Duncairn Gardens Belfast. The courses are FREE and we can also provide assistance for childcare and travel expenses.
This project offers a range of courses and workshops aimed at increasing opportunities for employment, volunteering or progression to Further Education
We host workshops in electrics, joinery, plumbing and many other trades. Our ICT suites will run a series of courses on internet access, digital devices, computer maintenance and many other short courses aimed at building your skills in not only using computers but also how to fix them.
In addition to these courses each women will gain certificates in First Aid, Manual Handling and trades sampling.
The duration of most courses is 10 weeks and we provide travel allowance and childcare assistance where possible.
This project is our most comprehensive training package offering each participant the chance to learn in a friendly environment at their own pace and gain accredited training in a range of skills.
This project has been supported by European Funding through the European Social Fund and the Department of Employment and Learning.
We welcome women aged 16 and over to apply for this course and grasp this opportunity to have a go at something different. All the courses are free and supported with a travel allowance and crèche allowance.
If you are interested in this course or require more information contact Niamh at WOMEN'STEC (028) 9074 9810 or click here to contact us via our contact form.
Or alternatively send an email with your contact details with the words "ETC2 Please" in the subject heading to email@example.com
Tel: (028) 9074 9810
Fax: (028) 9035 2888
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