Welcome to CMETB Evening Provision
CMETB Evening provision offers a wide range of courses, catering for learners of all ages and abilities. Our part-time evening timetable is designed to accommodate the busy schedules of working learners. Our objective is to support your professional development and develop your personal interests by complementing your existing qualifications or providing you with the opportunity to acquire a new national qualification.
At CMETB we are acutely aware that the workplace is an exciting environment that is constantly changing to meet economic demands and technological developments. Continuous learning and personal development are essential for people looking to enhance their career opportunities or for people looking to start on a completely new career path.
Please click on the links below for further details on our evening programme for Cavan and Monaghan:
Courses run subject to demand and class sizes are limited.
Why study for an Evening Qualification?
- Gain a competitive advantage in the workplace by enhancing your knowledge and skills
- Enhance existing qualifications and CV
- Develop both academically and professionally (enhanced skills such as communication, leadership skills, listening skills)
- Personal development and self-actualisation felt when you obtain a recognised national qualification.
- Develop a personal interest
- Adapt to workplace changes
- Flexible learning – courses are delivered on a part time basis
Who should I contact for further information? Joanne O’Hanlon Community Education Facilitator (Evening Provision) FET Campus, Cavan Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 049 4353992 Mob: 087 4054311
Upskilling Employees – Skills to Advance
The wide range of part time courses offered by CMETB as part of evening provision can be utilised by employers to train or up-skill their employees. Under the Skills to Advance Initiative CMETB can offer targeted support for vulnerable groups in the workforce, particularly those with lower skill levels who need more opportunities to advance in their working lives. Supports are available for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) who need some assistance to invest in and develop their workforce.
Employees (full or part-time) participating in these part time evening courses may qualify for up to 100% funding as part of the Skills to Advance Employee Development Initiative.
For more information on the Skills to Advance initiative please contact: Eileen Roddy, Workforce Development Officer Email: email@example.com Tel: 047 84900