CDVEC launches new directory of courses and services for 2013-2014.
Please explore the full range of educational pathways on offer across Dublin City
We are delighted to present a directory of our courses and services for 2013-2014.
This directory presents the full range of courses at Second Level, Further Education Full-time, Adult Education and Further Education Part-time. It is an attempt to show the variety and depth of what CDVEC offers as clearly as possible under one cover. We hope it will demonstrate to potential students the educational pathways that are available across Dublin City and show the opportunities that exist to advance to at least one step higher on your educational journey.
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The ETB establishment deadline is 1st July
We look forward to the opportunities this change offers to improve services to our learners.
A glimpse into the future as we enter a New Era
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