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  • Title: Homepage – Take The First Step
    Descriptive info: .. Facebook.. Twitter.. Home.. Success stories.. Courses.. Getting started.. Top tips.. Did you know that many people in Ireland have difficulty with reading, writing or using numbers?.. Take the first step is Ireland’s campaign to promote the free help that’s available across the country.. And it’s not like being back at school.. It’s relaxed and friendly and can take just a couple of hours a week.. Get started.. Come join us and see the benefits for yourself.. All over Ireland, lots of people are returning to learning and improving their reading, writing and maths.. If you’re wondering how you can benefit, why not have a look at these student  ...   adult literacy classes nationwide.. If you don’t have the time to attend one, we also offer distance education courses to make it easier for you.. Courses are free and confidential.. But don’t just take our word for it, have a look at some of our student success stories and see the benefits for yourself.. Success Stories.. Contact us now for a free information pack:.. Freephone 1800 20 20 65.. Email info@nala.. ie.. Text 50050.. Take the first step is a joint initiative between the National Adult Literacy Agency and An Post.. For more information on how you can support our work or volunteer as a tutor please visit.. nala..

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  • Title: Success Stories – Take The First Step
    Descriptive info: Judith s story.. Judith did a maths course and found this was really useful when it came to helping her son with his homework.. The NALA team was easily contactable and always there to help.. Watch this video to hear Judith s story.. If you’re wondering what we can do, or are unsure of how you can benefit, why not have a look at these student success stories.. Frank s story.. Chris s story.. Susan s story.. Take on learning.. Take on life.. Find the best type of course by clicking here..

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  • Title: There are many courses to choose from – Take The First Step
    Descriptive info: There are many courses to choose from.. Currently there are 45,000 adults attending one-to-one and group tuition in VEC adult literacy classes nationwide.. But if you don’t have the time to attend a course, we offer over-the-phone tuition to make it easier for you.. One-to-one tuition.. If you’re starting out and would prefer to work on your own, one-to-one tuition is for you.. Together with your tutor, you can decide what you want to learn in the most  ...   adult literacy classes nationwide.. It’s friendly, relaxed and lots of fun!.. Learn at home.. In this busy world some people just don’t have the time to make it to a course.. We offer flexible home learning and teach yourself courses, which you can work at your own pace, with our tutors available to assist at any time.. To sign up today or to get your free information pack.. Freephone.. 1800 20 20 65.. Email.. info@nala.. Text.. 50050.. Get Started..

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  • Title: Getting Started – Take The First Step
    Descriptive info: To sign up today or to get a free information pack.. Top tips - why not teach yourself at home?.. Find your nearest VEC adult literacy centre on our map..

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  • Title: How to write a formal letter – Take The First Step
    Descriptive info: How to write a formal letter.. This really useful guide shows you how to write a formal letter.. How to fill out a job application form.. This really useful guide shows you how to fill out job application forms.. How to fill out forms.. This really useful guide shows you how to fill out forms.. How to plan/book a train journey.. This really useful guide shows you how to plan a train journey.. How to read forms (Part 1).. This really useful guide shows you how  ...   how to read household bills.. How to read newspaper stories.. This really useful guide shows you how to read newspaper stories.. How to read the time.. This really useful guide shows you how to read the time.. Learning about point averages.. This really useful guide teaches you about point averages.. Page 1 of 3.. 1.. 2.. 3.. Most popular videos.. How to spell words by rhyming.. - 18,886 views.. - 18,773 views.. - 18,723 views.. - 18,673 views.. - 18,602 views.. View posts by.. Words.. Numbers.. Skills..

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  • Title: Judith’s story – Take The First Step
    Descriptive info: If you’re wondering what we can do, or are unsure of how you can benefit, why not have a look at these student success stories.. Find the best type of course by clicking here..

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  • Title: Frank’s story – Take The First Step
    Descriptive info: Frank left school at 14.. He got the opportunity to return to education in 2003.. He excelled in his courses and completed his Leaving Cert.. Watch this video to hear Frank s story and to be inspired..

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  • Title: Chris’s story – Take The First Step
    Descriptive info: Chris decided to go back to education to improve his literacy skills.. He felt like he had a real block to learning as he couldn t hear or see the difference between certain words.. For example, there and where sounded and looked exactly the same to  ...   It was only when his tutor showed him how to make words three dimensional on the computer and then everything just clicked for him.. From that moment on, Chris says not only did his literacy improve dramatically, but his confidence also went from strength to strength..

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  • Title: Susan’s story – Take The First Step
    Descriptive info: Susan Coyle, a 24 year old young mother from Rathmines, struggled at primary school because she had dyslexia, and after a disastrous transition into second level she ended up leaving at the age of 13.. Recently she went back to education so that she could improve her literacy so that she could help her daughter with her homework..

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  • Title: Take on learning. Take on life – Take The First Step
    Descriptive info: They are people who want to catch up on what they missed at school, parents who want to help children with their homework and those who would simply like to write a letter home.. Whatever the reason for going back to learning, the benefits are always the same.. Not only do people improve their old skills, but they find the confidence to learn new ones..

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  • Title: How to write a formal letter
    Descriptive info: - 18,891 views..

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