Substitute Teacher Register :
The City of Cork VEC provides a comprehensive range of education services throughout the Cork City urban area. Our service encompasses Second Level Schools, Further Education Colleges, Adult and Community Education, Literacy Support and Youth Support Services (See Note 1). We invite you to use this site to explore our services and see how we may be able to assist you.
Working in partnership with the community and other agencies, national and local, the City of Cork VEC’s vision is of “One Service” that supports, encourages and assists individuals and groups to reach their full potential.
From 1st July 2013, The City of Cork VEC ceased to exist and was aggregated with County Cork VEC to form the Cork Education and Training Board.
Accordingly, all correspondence should be addressed to Cork Education and Training Board. You many continue to use the City of Cork VEC email, postal address and phone numbers until further notice.
The Chief Executive Officer of Cork Education and Training Board is Mr. Ted Owens. His address, for the time being is Cork Education and Training Board, 21 Lavitt's Quay, Cork.
Complaints and Appeals Procedures - Role of the Ombudsman
If you are dissatisfied with the outcome of the complaints and appeals procedures you may request an examination of your complaint by the Ombudsman.
Address: 18 Lower Lesson Street, Dublin 2
Tel: 01 6785222
Fax: 01 6610570
Cork College of Commerce, St Johns Central College and Coláiste Stiofain Naofa offer a full range of part time Evening Courses with opportunities for everyone.
Visit the college websites to explore your opportunities
THE CITY OF CORK VEC, PROVIDING FOR YOUR FUTURE
The City of Cork VEC is the first VEC to launch its own iTunes U Site.
Please click here for more information.
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(Note 1) Many of the projects in the VEC are part financed by the European Social Fund
© Cork VEC 2006