Who is eligible for Fetch courses?

FET is for anyone who is over 16 who wants to learn new skills or enhance existing skills to get the right job, progress to third-level or to support the achievement of personal goals.

What is FET course?

Further Education and Training (FET) training courses are provided in Education and Training Board (ETB) Training Centres. You are eligible to take part in a FET training course if you are unemployed, redundant or no longer in full-time education.

What courses can you do in FAS?

Full time courses include:

  • Post-Leaving Certificate (PLC) courses. PLC courses last for one to two years.
  • Vocational Training Opportunities Scheme (VTOS)
  • Youthreach.
  • Bridging/Foundation Courses.
  • Specific Skills Training (SST)
  • Traineeship.
  • Community Training Centres (CTCS)
  • Specialist Training Providers (STPS)

Did SOLAS replace FAS?

The Education and Training Authority SOLAS has now officially replaced FÁS. The new Further Education and Training Authority Solas is replacing An Foras Áiseanna Saothair, now that the Minister for Education and Skills, Ruairí Quinn TD, has signed the order for its establishment.

Can Social Welfare pay for a course?

The Back to Education Allowance (BTEA) allows people getting certain social welfare payments to get a social welfare payment while participating in approved full-time courses in further and higher education.

Are all fetch courses free?

Training courses provided by the ETB Training Centres are free (except for evening courses) and you may be paid a training allowance for the duration of your course. You can also claim an accommodation allowance if you need to live away from home for the duration of the course or a travel allowance.

How long is a Fetac Level 5 course?

The students can complete the course of FETAC/QQI level 5 in the duration of 8 weeks.

Are there any intensive driving courses in Ireland?

Remember that intensive courses are proven to be the fastest way for learners of all ages when learning to drive but are not common in Ireland. Yet Garda drivers, the Armed Forces, LGV drivers, Bus drivers and even Driving Testers are and are being continued to be trained in this way.

How long does it take to get EDT at Dublin driving school?

At Allied Driving Instructors – Dublin Driving School we have arranged the Essential Driver Training ( EDT ) syllabus so that it can be completed in four or six days. This will allow you to apply for your driving test and receive a driving test date within two to ten weeks.

Where do you go to learn to drive in Dublin?

All courses take place in Dublin commence in Phoenix Park, and then go on road for local road, built up area including N81, N7, etc National route training. The course is then completed on one of the Dublin test centres of the learner’s choice.

How long does it take to learn a driving course?

Learning with an intensive driving course means that your training will be over a five day week of 6/5 hours per day with 1 x 45 minute and 2 x 15 minute breaks and not over not many months.