In 2015, Community Development Outreach Worker on the Asylum Seekers Outreach Project (ASOS) Sorina Gabor, was one of the graduates of the “Train the Trainer” QQI Level 6 training programme, organised for Cork City Partnership employees and volunteers. Her first endeavour as qualified tutor commenced when the funding application submitted together with the Fountain of Love organisation was granted by the Community Foundation For Ireland.
Friendly Call Cork, a programme under the remit of Cork City Partnership, was recently honoured with a substantial donation awarded to them in Cork City Hall.
We are currently accepting registrations for 28 courses that will be delivered in 11 community location across the City
It’s official! Cork City Partnership has just been named as having the Best Quality Management System in Public Service in Ireland at this year’s National Q Mark Awards.
Hailed as “The Custodians of Business Excellence”, the team from Cork City Partnership were beaming with pride as they were called to the stage to receive the winner’s trophy during an exciting awards ceremony held in the Double Tree by Hilton Hotel in Dublin.
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.
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Friendly Call Cork is continuing to expand our client numbers and welcome new referrals to our service.