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  • FÁS - Labour Market Research
    Contact Us Assistive Technology Disability Irish Government Depts State Organisations Labour Market Research Social Inclusion Vocational Guidance Useful Links home Useful Links Labour Market Research Labour Market Research Ireland Expert Group on Future Skills Needs Central Statistics Office Ireland Higher Education Authority Ireland Department of Enterprise Trade and Employment Department of Education and Science Economic and Social Research Institute Career Directions Europe Centre Européen pour le Développement de la Formation

    Original URL path: http://fas.ie/en/Useful+Links/Labour+Market+Research.htm (2015-10-29)
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  • FÁS - Social Inclusion
    Resources Safe Pass Social Inclusion Equal Opportunities Search Home Accessibility A Z Forms Home Apprenticeship Training About Us Contact Us Assistive Technology Disability Irish Government Depts State Organisations Labour Market Research Social Inclusion Vocational Guidance Useful Links home Useful Links Social Inclusion Social Inclusion Government Departments Government Department Listing Department of Social Family Affairs Department of Health Children Department of Education Science Revenue Commissioners Department of Enterprise Trade Employment Department

    Original URL path: http://fas.ie/en/Useful+Links/Social+Inclusion.htm (2015-10-29)
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  • FÁS - Vocational Guidance
    ie Information from the Citizens Information Board for unemployed people or people working reduced hours Léargas The Exchange Bureau National Adult Literacy Agency National Centre for Guidance in Education NCGE Teagasc National Body providing research and training services for the agriculture and food industry in Ireland The Arts Council The Economic and Social Research Institute ESRI VTOS Vocational Training Opportunities Scheme Youth Information Centres Youthreach Ireland s education and training programme for early school leavers Irish Online Resources Childcare Directory Information on Childcare Issues Career Directions Careers Information Database Central Applications Office For applying to most third level courses in Ireland OASIS Government Online Access to Services Information and Support Qualifax An online database of third level courses in Ireland Scoilnet Network for Irish schools Skills Ireland Run by a Government body it provides information about education and skills needs in Ireland SKOOL Information Resources for Education International Organisations Euroguidance European National Resource Centres for Vocational Guidance Europe CEDEFOP European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training Europe Council of Europe Europe European Network against Racism Europe European Youth Council of Europe International Assosiation for Educational and Vocational Guidance Ireland Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission Leonardo da Vinci EU Vocational Training Action Programme International Resources European Employment Services EURES Europe Career Tips An International Organisation which links to major job sites Europe ESTIA Information about education and labour market in Europe Europe Eurodime Training Course for Guidance Practitioners working with young students at pre university level Europe Europa Information on working and learning languages in Europe Europe Guidenet Website of the Leonardo da Vinci project aiming to establish a European Network of Expertise in Guidance Europe PLOTEUS Portal on Learning Opportunities throughout the European Space France Training Studying in France International ICDL International Career Development Library International Woodys web match

    Original URL path: http://fas.ie/en/Useful+Links/Vocational+Guidance.htm (2015-10-29)
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  • FÁS - Useful Links
    relating to areas of SOLAS activity Assistive Technology Organisations which can offer advice and or solutions to people with disabilities on available equipment and possible adaptations Disability Relevant Government Departments agencies and associated organisations working in the disability field This section includes profiles of different disabilities Irish Government Departments State Organisations All Government Departments and State Organisations including Central Government commercial semi state bodies constitutional offices education bodies the Health

    Original URL path: http://fas.ie/en/Templates/default_contentpage.aspx?NRMODE=Published&NRNODEGUID=%7b63336020-BAC1-4A9D-9F05-840A896B056A%7d&NRORIGINALURL=%2fen%2fUseful%2bLinks%2fdefault.htm&NRCACHEHINT=Guest (2015-10-29)
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  • FÁS - Foras Áiseanna Saothair
    Opportunities Search Home Accessibility A Z Forms Home Training About Us Contact Us Oops Page Not Found We re sorry unfortunately this link is not in operation right now Please refer to our homepage www fas ie to be redirected to your area of interest If you typed the address make sure the spelling is correct If you clicked on a link the link may be outdated or broken Visit

    Original URL path: http://fas.ie/en/Useful+Links/selectedValue; (2015-10-29)
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  • FÁS - Social Media Acceptable Usage Policy
    Business Purposes FÁS have a presence on a number of social media sites and it is expected that this presence will increase in the coming years Can I set up a FÁS account on a social media site Only authorised users can set up FÁS accounts on social media sites If you wish to set up a site you must obtain permission before doing so For Permission will be required from the line director and also the director of communications Non FÁS staff must get written permission from the FÁS director of communications The FÁS Logo must be added to each page The FÁS logo can only be added to authorised accounts The FÁS logo cannot be used on personal accounts People with admin rights on the accounts should be restricted Are Social Media Sites Monitored All social media sites are monitored by the communications department They will be informed if any content has been added to sites about FAS They can then view the content and take appropriate action Who can make postings on social media sites on behalf of FÁS Only authorised users are permitted to make postings on behalf of FÁS Authorised users must be careful not to disclose any information on postings which may be confidential to FÁS or to a 3rd Party which has given the information to FÁS in confidence Postings which are stating an opinion rather than fact must be sure to include a disclaimer Please be aware that you are legally responsible for all postings made so please ensure that postings do not infringe on the guidelines set out below Details on the disclaimer can be seen below Disclaimer The views expressed in this posting are my own and are not necessarily the views of FÁS Are there guidelines around what can

    Original URL path: http://fas.ie/en/Templates/default_contentpage.aspx?NRMODE=Published&NRNODEGUID=%7b27E33C89-972F-4815-BD25-7022D2CFCFC2%7d&NRORIGINALURL=%2fen%2fGeneral%2fSocialMedia.htm&NRCACHEHINT=Guest (2015-10-29)
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  • FÁS - General Information
    Resources Safe Pass Social Inclusion Equal Opportunities Search Home Accessibility A Z Forms Home Apprenticeship Training About Us Contact Us Disclaimer Privacy Statement for FÁS A Z Index for FÁS website Accessibility Statement The Re use of Public Sector Information Regulations 2005 Freedom of Information Help Forms Useful Links Social Media Acceptable Usage Policy General Information home General Information General Information Disclaimer Privacy Statement A Z Index for the FÁS

    Original URL path: http://fas.ie/en/Templates/default_contentpage.aspx?NRMODE=Published&NRNODEGUID=%7b585E0EF6-6511-43B5-8F4A-86A8FCF61729%7d&NRORIGINALURL=%2fen%2fGeneral%2fdefault.htm&NRCACHEHINT=Guest (2015-10-29)
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  • FÁS - Jobseeker Supports
    for jobseekers moving from Social Welfare to work training or education Back to Work Allowance Scheme The Back to Work Allowance Scheme is paid to people on certain Social Welfare payments as an incentive to take up employment or return to work Back to Work Enterprise Allowance The Back to Work Enterprise Allowance encourages unemployed people lone parents and people getting Disability Allowance or Blind Person s Pension to take

    Original URL path: http://fas.ie/en/Allowances+and+Grants/Jobseeker+Supports.htm (2015-10-29)
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