The National Learning Network on the Western Road, Clonmel will be holding a recycling drive to raise funds for a defibrillator as part of the One Day for Rehab on Thursday, 28th June from 9am until 3pm.
The National Learning Network is Ireland’s largest non-government training organisation, with centres in almost every county. Each year 5,000 people come to learn and study with the network, including many who may otherwise find it difficult to gain employment and develop the skills to move forward with their careers.
There are three courses available in the Clonmel centre - Computer Applications and Office Skills, Employer Based Training and Rehabilitative Training.
Computer Applications aim to equip students with the skills and competencies in computer software applications and general office skills to enable them to access further training or employment. The Employer Based Training is an innovative training programme that allows people to train in an employer’s business while still enjoying all the supports that exist in the training centre. The Rehabilitative Training programme allows students to access a wide variety of training areas with individual supports in the training centre.
Please donate all your clean unwanted clothes, bed linen, towels and textiles including shoes, bags, belts and soft toys. Mobile phones will also be accepted but please keep these separate from clothes and textiles. Please donate before 3pm.
If you have any enquiries please contact the National Learning Network, Roseville, Western Road, Clonmel, Tipperary – tel. (052) 6181555 or (086) 0532537.
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