Further Education (non-degree courses)

Get general information about accessing further education (non-degree courses) in Ireland

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Qualifax – Database of courses in Ireland

Qualifax is Ireland’s National Learners’ Database. It is the “one stop shop” for learners that provides the information on further and higher education and training courses.

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Third-level student fees and charges

Find out information about the different fees and charges for third level education in Ireland.

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Education and Training

Many people in the sex industry use the flexibility of their working hours to study part-time or full-time to gain new skills and qualifications. People study so they can have more job opportunities and move into other work.

In Ireland there are many different places to study and take courses; Universities, Institutes of Technology, Further Education Colleges, Private Colleges and English Language Schools.

The cost and fees for courses depend on if it’s a public or private college and on your nationality, immigration and residency status: http://www.citizensinformation.ie/en/education/third_level_education/fees_and_supports_for_third_level_education/fees.html

Many people prefer to study part-time while they are escorting so they can gain new skills and qualification and still have an income to pay the rent and bills.

Many private colleges do part-time evening courses.

If you are unemployed, a single parent, or have a disability and receive Social Welfare payments you may be able to access funded education opportunities such as SpringBoard

For more information check out the links below or contact SWAI at [email protected] or on 085 824 9305

Further Information

Qualifax – a database of all courses in Ireland

General information about accessing Further Education and Training Courses

General information about accessing Third Level Education

Information about Back to Education Allowance for people on Social Welfare payments

Information about SpringBoard courses for people who are unemployed