FET Centre Ghort an Choirce

The Further Education and Training (FET) Centre in Ghort an Choirce covers a catchment area from Dungloe to Creeslough and provides a range of full-time and part-time courses for learners from Levels 1-5 in a safe and supportive learning environment.

Most courses are accredited through either Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI) or other recognised accrediting bodies such as City and Guilds and industry-specific qualifications.

Learners can start at a level that acknowledges their existing skills and can avail of a progression pathway which is best suited to them.

facilitates the delivery of a number of programmes detailed below :

Programmes available

  • Adult Literacy
  • Back to Education Initiative (BTEI)
  • Vocational Training Opportunities Scheme (VTOS)
  • Youthreach

PHOTOS FROM FET CENTRE GHORT AN CHOIRCE

VIDEO FROM YOUTHREACH GHORT AN CHOIRCE

CONTACT DETAILS

FET Centre Ghort an Choirce
Ghort an Choirce
Co. Donegal
F92 Y44Y

Tel: 074 9135218

FET Centre Manager: Caitriona Cullen 
Email: caitrionacullen303@donegaletb.ie

Administrator: Marie McGee
Email: mariemcgee@donegaletb.ie

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