Thursday, November 15, 2018

For Individuals

We support people in bridging the gap between unemployment and a more financially secure future.

Supporting Access

Our programmes are designed to provide a combination of training, work experience and mentoring for people who are having difficulty in accessing the jobs market.

We help people attain the necessary skills, experience and confidence to pursue a full-time job or career in industry, or to progress to further education.

Programmes

Work Skills Programme

This is a one-year, workplace-based programme that can be joined at any time during the year. Participation in Speedpak’s commercial activities, practices and procedures provides the curriculum that leads to an educational qualification equivalent to the Leaving Certificate QQI level.

Contact us at 01 867 1707 for further information and to arrange to meet with us to talk about your interest in doing the programme.

Traineeship in Manufacturing, Supply Chain and Customer Service Logistics

The Traineeship in Manufacturing, Supply Chain and Customer Service Logistics is a full-time, no-charge-to-you, nationally-accredited work and learning programme that is delivered over 30 weeks.

It is run by Coláiste Dhúlaigh College of Further Education programme in association with Speedpak CLG and local industry partners including IKEA, Allergan, Butlers Chocolates, Bewleys and Realtime Technologies.

Training is delivered primarily at the Speedpak premises in the Clonshaugh Business & Technology Park. Industry work placements will be provided with a variety of locations, mostly in the Dublin 17 area.

The Traineeship is open to everyone regardless of whether they are receiving a social welfare payment or not.

Click here for further information on the Traineeship.

We are currently accepting applications for our next Traineeship commencing in January 2019.

Applications

We accept applications from anyone who is committed to working hard at creating a new future for themselves in the area of manufacturing and logistics.

We also accept applications and referrals through the Tús programme (managed by the Northside Partnership) and the Community Employment (CE) programme administered by the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection (DEASP).