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Autumn 2015 Community Based Adult Education Courses

COMM_ADULT_ED_BROCHURE_Final-PRINT (1) (1) (3)  Cork City Partnership Ltd. has launched its Autumn Programme of Community Based Adult Education Courses. 27 Courses will be delivered in communities across Cork City. Registration dates are 12th and 26th August. Full details are contained within the brochure. Contact Margo Hayes (Education Officer) for further information – 087 1962023.

Community Consultation – Cork City Partnership

We want to hear your views….
Cork City Partnership is currently developing its next Programme of Work. Our core areas of activity are community development, education and employment. The views of people and communities in Cork City are central to informing what we do.

We would be grateful if you would contribute to the development of our Plan.

Please take the time to complete our online questionnaire here
Closing Date for completion is Friday, 17th October.

Customer Survey


ccplogoftHi all, Cork City Partnership have always welcomed feedback from the public on our services and with this in mind, we have designed a short questionnaire in the hope that you might take a few minutes to fill it out and tell us what you think.

Thank you!

The Substance Use Issues In Youth & Community Work Course

S U I Application 15-16  SUI Course Brochure 15-16      SUI Poster 2015-16     SUI in Y & C 15-16

The  Substance Use Issues In Youth & Community Work Course 2015 /16  (QQI/FETAC Level 5)  applications are now being taken.

The Substance Use Issues in Youth & Community Work is designed to promote good practice among those who work (paid / voluntary) with young people and communities who are affected and impacted by various issues. It provides a critical perspective on some of the issues which can affect young people and communities and encourages the development of coherent responses at individual and organisational level. This year’s components  are (1) Substance Use Issues & (2) Understanding Community Development. The two components should promote the ability of learners to work safely and effectively in youth and / or community work settings. The programme also aims to provide the participants with the necessary knowledge and skills in sourcing and / or resourcing applicable supports systems, both within and outside their communities. Graduates will receive a QQI /FETAC Level 5 Minor Award.

For further information and/ or application forms please see the attachments above or if you would like to have to these sent to you by post or email please contact: Jackie on 021- 4302310 / 0871962030 or email: or Margo on  0871962023 or email: 

Closing date for receipt of applications is Friday 21st of August 2015



Friendly Call Afternoon Tea – May 2014

Our May Friendly Call Afternoon Tea was a tremendous success.

Friendly Call Cork

Friendly Call Cork

The afternoon kicked off just after 2pm, when clients started to trickle in to the Hut in Gurranabraher. Many were collected from their doors by volunteers. We started off with tea and cakes; both clients and volunteers alike had a good natter, face-to-face, which is a change to our daily telephone calls.

After countless cups of tea and cakes, we had a singsong led by volunteer Ronnie Morley and his trusted guitar. Over 30 clients and 8 volunteers attended on the day; the singing talent was of a very high standard in the group.

We recognise that a number of our clients really appreciate a social outlet; the Afternoon Tea Event enables a client to come along to an event and to meet people in a similar situation in a relaxed environment.

A sincere thank you to Neil Prenderville, RED FM for his generosity in sending up the beautiful cakes and scones from Brackens Bakery. All our Friendly Call Clients were truly delighted with this gesture.

pdficonFriendly Call Flyer & Application Nov13


Athletics Event

Don’t forget O’ Learys Field tomorrow night Tuesday at 6.30 all children from 6 years to 14 years welcome for Trials for Community Games. Ring 4301700 or more information, this is a HAZ and Cork City Partnership Gurranabraher Outreach Office piece of work for the community. The children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian and must live in the following areas, Gurranabraher, Churchfield, Hollyhill, Knocknaheeny and Blarney Street.