Migrant Access Programme (MAP)
Supporting Migrants to Access Employment in Ireland
The Migrant Access Programme (MAP) is a free nationwide service established by New Communities
Partnership (NCP) in 2017. Our aim is to support migrants to overcome cultural and personal barriers
and empower them with a “Toolkit” to outline their career future in order to access employment
opportunities as residents in Ireland. MAP uses two models in its work; The Employment training
and Public Information sessions both of which are delivered by multi-lingual Facilitators. This enables
MAP to be inclusive of participants whose first language is not English and based on individual needs
MAP employment training is a for Four (4) weeks; Two (2) days per week focused group and
personalised one-to-one support. Topics covered include; Getting Work Ready, English and Essential
IT skills for job searching; creating a successful CV and cover letter template, Presentation and
Effective communication skills, Interview skills / Mock interview practice and self-employment.
Our employment trainings which are delivered nationwide, includes course materials and six
months’ follow-up support for MAP participants.
MAP interactive Public information sessions are half-day information and awareness raising
sessions also delivered nationwide on topics such as; Employment rights and entitlements, Revenue,
Qualification recognition and training and volunteer experience, Employment supports and services
Other MAP Activities:
Tailored sessions for special Interest groups – On request
We also deliver sessions to Programme refugees and people with temporary working permit, community and religious groups.
Referrals and support: If you are a community group or individual that can refer, support MAP work or want to enquire about our tailored sessions we will be happy to hear from you.
This project is co-funded by the Government of Ireland and the European Social Fund as part of the ESF Programme for Employability, Inclusion and Learning 2014-2020.
To register please complete the form below or contact:
Tel: (01) 872 7842 or 0873659199
PLEASE NOTE THAT DUE TO COVID -19 LOCK DOWN AND GUIDELINESS WE HAVE REGRETTABLY
POSTPHONED ALL CENTRE BASED SESSIONS. UPDATES WILL BE COMMUNICATED