“When I finished school I was unsure of my future. Taking the placement at the Community Training Centre gave me an opportunity to develop a career plan. I feel that the centre offered a very supportive environment. There was no pressure to focus on a specific career plan. There was time to develop and mature and thus arrive at a career plan in Business that has been really satisfactory for me.”
“They not only showed me the skills and tools I needed, my exposure to the kind, committed, and dedicated staff, taught me to be confident in my abilities, which has enabled me to progress my studies, and accomplished a B. A. (Honours) Level 8 Degree at Waterford Institute Of Technology”
“When I was in school I realised it wasn’t for me. I left early and went to the centre where I learned some life skills and it gave me more time to decide what it was I wanted to do. All the staff where great fun and I have great memories from my time there.”
Our Client group is largely from the local area surrounding Thurles – we accept applications from both male and female between the ages of 16 and 21 that meet our entry requirements.
Role of Thurles CTC
The Centre is seen as providing a service which complements those put in place by the statutory agencies in terms of primary, secondary and third-level education.
We Are Here
Thurles Community Training Centre,
Monday – Thursday: 9:00 – 4:00
Friday: 9:00 – 2:00
Phone: 0504 21592
Charity Number : CRN 20019884
Thurles Community Training Centre is co-funded by the Irish Government, the European Social Fund and the Youth Employment Initiative as part of the ESF Programme for Employability Inclusion and Learning 2014-2020.
Youth Development Projects CLG trading as Thurles Community Training Centre, works to comply with good governance practice as set out in the Charities Governance Code and the Companies Act 2014