IILT receives FETAC accreditation
Integrate Ireland Language and Training was formally presented with a FETAC Quality Assurance Agreement parchment by the Minister of State at the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Mr. Tony Killeen TD, at a ceremony in Clontarf Castle, Dublin, on November 10th.
Integrate Ireland Language and Training is the first dedicated refugee language trainer to receive this award under the new quality assurance guidelines established by FETAC.
As a recognised FETAC provider, Integrate Ireland Language and Training will now be offering modules leading to FETAC accredited certificates to students at IILT’s Ballsbridge centre. These FETAC certificates will allow students to gain national recognition for their achievements and will prove invaluable as they seek employment or further education here in Ireland.
In the near future, IILT students will be receiving Records of Achievement in English, Computers, and Preparation for Work. As the range of FETAC modules available in IILT grows, learners from all over the world will be offered further subject options, all taught through English.