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Welcome to the North Wall Community Training Centre Official Website  

Ongoing Recruitment for all of our Current Courses.

We would like to introduce you to 2 NEW Courses we would like to offer young learners should we get sufficient interest:- Do let us know.

CONSTRUCTION SKILLS and CATERING SKILLS

North Wall Community Training Centre would like to welcome you to our website and thank you for considering us as a positive choice in your career development.

Our programmes provide the knowledge and skills to young adult learners between the ages of 16 – 21 years of age, the opportunity for employment and/ or further education. 

Every student receives a training allowance and also receives expert instruction and support from a team of committed staff. Our Instructors are industry specialists and continue to keep up to date with current trends and latest technologies in their relevant sectors.

We look forward to working with you to develop your full potential and moving you towards your future career aspirations.

TRAINING COURSES

Catering Skills

Construction Skills

Beauty Specialist 

Motorcycle Maintenance

Information Communication  & Technology

Retail Sales

Sports & Fitness

Applying for any of these courses  is very simple and very easy

1. Contact the centre via the contact information below or simply call in any time between 9am and 3pm.

2. Provide your contact details.

3. Tell us what course you want to apply for.

4. Let us do the rest !

Now when would you like to start ?

Where to find us

  • St. Laurence Place East, Seville Place, Dublin 1.
  • dbrown@nwctw.com
  • (01) 855 4033

Some More Information:

The North Wall Community Training centre was established in 2001 and since then we have been offering a second chance of education and training to early school leavers aged between 16 and 21 years.

At North Wall CTC we have a proud history of providing quality training services to early school leavers and have been recognised as the Irish Times Living in Dublin Award winners in 2009 and Dublin Docklands Business Forum Award winners in 2016.

This project is part supported by the Irish government and the European Social Fund as part of the ESF Programme for Employability, Inclusion and Learning
2014 – 2020.