25 June 2021 – Submission of the Provider Self-Evaluation Report27 September 2021 – Reviewer Briefing1 October 2021 – Training Session7 October 2021 – Planning Visit29 November to 3 December 2021 – Main Review Visit of Kerry ETB to take place virtuallyPublication of the review report – TBC
Action PlanFollow-up Report
A career in education followed, allowing him to undertake fulfilling roles that have given him many opportunities to work with a diverse range of stakeholders within the Further Education and Training sector.
He is a strong believer in lifelong learning for all and, within his current role as Adult Education Officer in Donegal ETB, he has had opportunity to see the benefits of this inclusive approach first- hand.
In his spare time Charlie plays keyboards in a rock and blues band and loves a good jam!
Due to the ever-changing landscape in this sector and the threat of job losses, Emer knew that if she were to seek new employment, she would need further qualifications to help with this, as her qualifications were all banking related. Emer called Donegal ETB who put her in contact with its RPL Co Ordinator and Adult Ed Officer who invested so much time in speaking with her and guiding her as to the next steps in her education progression.
Emer then embarked in the Level 6 Major Award in Administration. This process was perfect for her as it gave her the recognition for all the experience she had built up through her career.
Emer then used her initiative and enticed many of her colleagues to join the RPL process and she loves assisting them in any way she can. Emer hopes to build on this area of coaching/mentoring, and she fully believes the RPL process ignited that passion in her.
Emer is very excited to be given this opportunity to be part of this review and is looking forward to the experience immensely.