Further Education & Training

FET Service Hosts Croatian Ministry of Science & Education Staff Study Visit

Donegal ETB’s Further Education and Training (FET) Service recently hosted six staff from the Ministry of Science and Education in Croatia who wanted to learn about the courses that Donegal ETB delivers in the county. ETB staff made a number of presentations and gave an overview of the service. Presentations included: Skills for Work – […]

Further Education & Training

Launch of ICT / FinTech Skills Report for Donegal Employers in Donegal ETB Training Centre

The North West Regional Skills Forum (NWRSF) in collaboration with Fasttrack to IT (FIT), launched The Skills Needs of the ICT and FinTech Sectors in the North West 2018 in Donegal ETB’s Letterkenny Training Centre on Friday last. Through close dialogue with industry, the skills audit seeks to better inform the training and education providers […]


Donegal ETB Welcomes Publication of Report on Off-Shore Island Schools

Donegal Education Training Board (ETB) welcomes the publication of the report and recommendations of the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Education and Skills (JOCES), on Off-Shore Island Schools, published today, 27 February 2018. The report makes 8 recommendations, covering a range of issues, including: The reinstatement of the island allowance for teachers in island schools as […]

Further Education & Training

Education alliance to benefit cross border education provision and opportunities

The North West Strategic Growth Partnership, in partnership with the Higher and Further Education and Training Institutions of the North West City Region, has announced a new agreement in education, training and innovation for the North West City region with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between education sector providers on both sides […]


Donegal ETB Meet with Minister for Education and Skills

We were delighted to have an opportunity to meet with the Minister for Education and Skills, Richard Bruton TD, last night to discuss a range of education issues relating to Donegal ETB. Pictured with the Minister is our Director of Organisation Support and Development Jim McGlynn, Chairperson Rena Donaghey, Chief Executive Anne McHugh, Joe McHugh […]

Abbey VS, Coláiste na Carraige, CPD, Crana College, Errigal College

Donegal ETB Schools Participate in Coding in Action Training with Intel

Staff from four Donegal ETB schools, who are participating in the Junior Cycle Coding in Action initiative, recently attended an intensive training workshop in the Intel Ireland Campus in Leixlip, Co. Kildare on 27 January. The Junior Cycle Coding in Action initiative is a collaboration between Intel Ireland, Lero (the Irish Software Research Centre) and […]


Donegal ETB Launches Annual Awards 2018

Donegal ETB is pleased to launch its annual awards for 2018. The awards will take place this year on Thursday 26 April. The awards seek to encourage, promote and acknowledge excellence by recognising learners and staff for either group or individual achievements. There are five categories in total which schools, centres, students, learners and staff […]