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Adult learning options and courses in Dublin

    Evening Courses Dublin - Part Time Learning in Dublin City and County

    Courses in Dublin are available in many fields and types of study. With it’s high population density, Dublin offers many options for full time, part time and online courses. Popular courses include fitness instructor training, computer studies, language classes, childcare skills, counselling studies and many more. For more information on some of the options available, view Dublin course listings on

    City of Dublin ETB (Education and Training Board)

    CDETB provide, support and co-ordinate a comprehensive range of professional high-quality education, training and youth services in Dublin city. Education and Training Boards are also responsible for supporting further and higher education students through SUSI, the national awarding authority for student grants.

    Dublin and Dun Laoghaire ETB

    DDLETB offers a huge range of Further Education and Training courses in locations ranging from Tallaght, Lucan, Balbriggan, Baldoyle, Dundrum and many more. The ETB provides a wide range of education and training programmes, services and supports to children, young people and adults from Balbriggan in north Dublin, to Dún Laoghaire in south Dublin and Lucan in west Dublin.

    Short Courses with DCU

    Dublin City University offers a range of online short courses and micro-credentials through partnership with FutureLearn. Offering an increasing suite of online short courses, mini modules and credit-bearing micro-credentials aimed at promoting greater access to higher education and more flexible pathways for career development and life-long learning. Most of these short courses are free and they provide a great way to extend your mind and inspire you to further your education. Some of these short courses also provide credit towards a DCU qualification. DCU also offer a number of Scholarships for online study for refugees and asylum seekers living in Ireland.