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Greenhills College

Greenhills College has a strong tradition in delivering quality Further Education Courses over the years. The Courses on offer reflect the needs and aptitudes as well as career paths of a rapidly expanding and diverse society. Offering Level QQI Level 1,2,3 and 4.    AddressLine1: Limekiln Ave, Dublin:12 Area: Walkinstown Phone: 01-4507779 Email / Web: info@greenhillscollege.ie ContactName: Bernedette Healy Bus routes: 15A, 19A, 54A, 56A, 77, 77A, 150 Funding Provided: no


Dancing, Painting. TACT’s aim was to provide accessible, affordable adult education with excellent creche facilities all in the one building, providing a real sense of community in a fun, friendly environment.   AddressLine1: St. Dominics NS, St. Dominics Rd, Dublin:24 Area: Tallaght Phone: 01-4596757  Email / Web: addedore21@hotmail.com ContactName: Anne Dore Best Contact: Between 10 and 1 Funding Provided: No


Good for getting free literacy resources   AddressLine1: 76 Lower Gardiner St,. Dublin:1 Area: City Centre Phone: 01-8554332 Email / Web: iteracy@nala.ie Funding Provided: Yes

Fastrack to IT

Computer classes   AddressLine1: FIT Ltd, Unit:38 Le Fanu Road, Dublin:10 Area: Ballyfermot Phone: 01-6259334 Email / Web: joanconnaughton@fit.ie ContactName: Joan Connaughton or Helen Funding Provided: no

Crumlin College

Frances is a literacy organiser. Really helpful. A range of leisure, language and business courses. Some courses are short 5 weeks courses while others run the full term. Terms start in September and January.   AddressLine1: Crumlin College, Crumlin Road, Dublin:12 Area: Crumlin Phone: 01-4547054 Email / Web: fward@crumlincollege.ie ContactName: Frances Ward Funding Provided: yes

Kylemore College

Susan is a literacy officer. Kylemore College was established in 1965 by the City of Dublin Vocational Education Committee (CDVEC) as a vocational school. Over the years Kylemore College has changed and developed into a co-educational college which caters for all the educational needs of new generations of students. We now provide a large range of programmes, facilities and services to benefit our students, which you can access on the menu to the left.   AddressLine1: Kylemore Road, Ballyfermot, Dublin:10 Area: Ballyfermot Phone: 01-6239716 Email / Web: susan.walsh@kylemore.cdvec.ie ContactName: Susan Walsh Funding Provided: Yes

Tallaght Community School Sports Complex

While BodyCare Wellness centres are aimed at the inch and weight loss markets it is notable that we also attract clients for therapeutic reasons e.g. Our Tallaght centre includes over 6 MS sufferers and members with fibromyalgia, cardiovascular disease and joint and back morbidity. Also, you can learn how to swim here.   AddressLine1: Tallaght Sports Complex, Balrothery Area: Tallaght Phone: 01-4515105 Funding Provided: No    


Reduced rate. With almost 2000 people coming through our doors every week to share, create and enjoy the arts and social aspect of the centre. These programs help children and adults, young and old, to discover and explore exhibitions.   AddressLine1: South Dublin Arts Centre, Dublin:24 Area: Tallaght Phone: 01-4515860 Bus routes: All buses to Square Funding Provided: No


Run free volunteer courses. Also fee paying coaching courses. Different course locations   AddressLine1: National Sports Campus, Abbotstown, Dublin:15 Area: Abbotstown Phone: 01-8999563 Email / Web: greig.paterson@fai.ie ContactName: Greig Paterson Funding Provided: Yes

Maths (Junior cert)


Junior cert maths classes Free Available weekends/weekdays and evenings/daytime Runs in conjunction with the state examinations Caters for all levels Higher/ordinary/foundation