Adult Educational Guidance and Information (New Ross)
The Adult Educational Guidance Service supports people in making educational, career and life choices. The service is free, confidential and impartial. The Guidance Counsellor will give space to reflect on skills, talents and aptitudes and to explore educational and work/career goals.
The Adult Guidance Information Officer can give up to date accurate and impartial information on education and training opportunities locally and nationally. They offer help in making course applications, funding supports, labour market information, qualification recognition and signposting to appropriate supports.
The Adult Educational Guidance and Information Service is available to all people over 18 years of age and to those over 16 years and not in full time education
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help them achieve them.
• Supports people to overcome barriers in order to progress to the next step.