What’s on this week!
  • Monday, 13th November
  • Shelbourne Women's Group
  • 10-12pm
  • Irish Dancing
  • 3.30-4.30pm
  • Yoga with Finola
  • 7.30-8.30pm
  • Tuesday, 14th November, 2017
  • Parent & Toddler Group
  • 10-12pm
  • Men's Shed
  • 11-1pm
  • Low Cost Counselling Services
  • By appointment only
  • Wednesday 15th November, 2017
  • Meditation Classes 085-7555844 to book your place
  • 10am - 11am
  • St Louis Stitchers
  • 11am - 1pm
  • Monthly Book Club Gathering
  • 7-10pm
  • Thursday, 16th November, 2017
  • Yoga with Bridget
  • 7.30-8.30pm
  • Friday, 17th November, 2017
  • Fusion Youth Cafe (Closed till further notice)
  • 3.30pm-5.30pm
    Saturday, 18th November, 2017
  • Slimming World
  • 9.30am- 12pm

Welfare to Work

 Welfare to Work

During this difficult recessionary period , our work here in SWWCDP will aim to focus more on supporting people in this community who have recently become unemployed or been made redundant. We are reorganizing the delivery of our community education courses in order to address the needs of those with low or no qualifications, aiming to support low skill workers to consider retraining and encourage people to improve their reading, writing, spelling and maths skills so they can diversify in work if necessary.

Internet Access is now free for jobseekers and you can also browse the job sections of the local papers on our employment Notice Board and access the most up to date welfare and employment information in the Centre.

We also provide supports with one-to-one CV design. Anyone interested can contact Reception on 051-389418 or email Reception@swwcdp.com  for more information.

SWWCDG works in conjunction with such programmes as The Department of Social Protection (DSP) to deliver our very valuable  Community Employment Scheme ( C.E.) and the TUS programme with Wexford Local Development (WLD) . The C.E. scheme provides a very necessary staff resource with participants working in a number of areas within the centre such as Childcare, Reception, building maintenance and the Fusion Youth Café ad participants are afforded opportunities  to gain formal training qualifications in their chosen area. The TUS scheme, also offers participants an opportunity  to obtain on the job work experience.  We are delighted to say that we have a very high success rate of people obtaining permanent and part-time employment from these schemes.

 DSP Employment Scheme  | The Tus Programme

Positions Vacant

Update 2014

  • The handover of 4 places from the SWWCDG scheme to Hook Rural Tourism took place on 22nd January 2014 .
  • Recruitment for CE places @ SWWCDG is through jobs Ireland website and is an ongoing process. A lot of time and effort has gone into advertising and promoting vacancies in 2014. Filling childcare vacancies remains a challenge into 2015
  • 2014-2015 scheme commenced 11th October 2014 with approval for 24 participants.
  • DSP require 3 year application process for 2015/2016 scheme (with contracts issued on an annual basis)
  • Recording , Monitoring and auditing of all Training on ILP system has become a greater focus of the scheme alongside an emphasis on developing good working links with local employers.
  • CE staff undertook 22 training courses with numerous and varied Fetac level 3-6 modules with one staff member undergoing a Hetac level 8 (BA) in Early Childhood Education and Care
  • 2 SWWCDG CE staff is participating in a PILOT CE staff only BTEI Business and Administration course since 12th September 2014.
  • 8 participants progressed into Employment in 2014
SWWFRC is compliant with the Code of Practice for Good Governance of Community, Voluntary and Charitable Organisations in Ireland
Registered Charity Number : 10553
Company Number : 48807201
Telephone +353 (0) 51 389 418
Facsimilie +353 (0) 51 389 254
Email reception@swwfrc.ie
The Ramsgrange Centre, Ramsgrange
New Ross, Wexford
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