We are bringing again our Migrant Access Programme (MAP) to Cork, and we would like to spread the word about this great opportunity.
Only, last year we supported more than 120 unemployed and vulnerable migrants in Ireland, and through our Employment Training sessions, our participants managed to secure job interviews, got back into employment, started volunteer experiences and enrolled in professional training programmes.
What do we offer?
- An Information Session on Employment rights and entitlements, qualification recognition, training and volunteer experience, and employment supports and services available.
- 4 weeks (2 days a week) intense Employment Training of group session and one to one meetings of personalised support and career guidance on writing a successful CV, interview preparation, presentation and communication skills, English for job seeking, essential IT skills, and information on how and where to look for jobs.
- 7th and 8th of March
- 14th and 15th of March
- 21st and 22nd of March
- 28th and 29th of March.
The course has a duration of 4 weeks, and the days are Wednesdays and Thursdays .
Location: NCP Cork Office, 107 Shandon St, Gurranabraher, Cork.
If you or someone you know would like to enrol in this training, please do not hesitate to contact us at 0873659199 – 018727842 or email email@example.com for further information and registration. P laces are limited .
This project is funded through ESF PEIL Programmes, co-funded by the Irish Government and the European Social Fund as part of the ESF Programme for Employability, Inclusion and Learning 2014-2020.
New Communities Partnership (NCP) and UN Migration Agency (IOM) Ireland organised a Migrant Information Day in the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission building.
This event provided the public with relevant information about services available to migrants and showcased the amazing work that is happening throughout the country. Over 30 organisations from various areas were present on the day showcasing relevant information about five main areas:
- Employment - support in accessing labour market, work activation, CV writing;
- Health – accessing health services, practical advice in obtaining a medical card, mental health awareness, etc.;
- Racism and Discrimination - how to report racial incidents, how to fight racism;
- Education - English classes, courses and supports in learning English;
- Integration - socio-economic and cultural opportunities for new communities, rights and entitlements in Ireland.
We were delighted to welcome over 250 participants with the special attendance of Mr. David Stanton, Minister of State for Equality, Immigration and Integration at Department of Justice and Ms. Emily Logan, Chief Commissioner of Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission.
It was a great atmosphere and the room buzzed with energy. Thanks to all who came and enjoyed the day with us. (Read more here)
Photo credits: Gustavo Leal Photography.
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