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  • Title: VEC Vacancies
    Descriptive info: .. Home.. Job Listing.. Register.. News.. FAQs.. Contact Us.. My Area |.. Login.. Login here.. What are VEC's?.. Legislation.. The Teaching Council.. How to Use this site.. No.. of VECs :.. 2.. of JOBs :.. 1.. Latest News.. Welcome to.. Welcome to the new VECvacancies.. ie website.. We believe this new website will be of great benefit and assistance to you in your  ...   Dublin VEC.. County Wicklow.. Advanced Search.. Latest Jobs.. JobTitle.. VEC.. Séiplíneach.. You currently have (.. ) saved applications.. If you wish to complete any incomplete application form just pick it from the list in 'My Applications' on the left of the screen.. You have already applied for this Job.. 2008 © All Rights Reserved.. Need Help? Try our FAQ's!.. |.. Terms and Conditions.. Sitemap..

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  • Title: VEC Vacancies
    Descriptive info: vacancies.. ie.. VEC vacancies listings.. Search Results.. Below is a list of jobs based on your search criteria ordered by closing date.. Click on any job title to view more details.. Code.. Job Title.. Closing Date.. SCCL201206.. 16/07/2012 16:00:00..

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  • Title: VEC Vacancies
    Descriptive info: null.. Select.. Category.. Admin / Clerical Grade.. Adult Education.. Caretaker.. Senior Admin Grade.. Senior Educationalist.. Special Needs Assistant.. Teacher.. Youthreach.. Youthreach Tutor.. New User Registration.. To Register Successfully you must complete the following fields :.. Enter your E-Mail ID.. This will be your VECvacancies Username.. Password.. Re-enter Password.. Please select the VECs of interest from the list provided.. Please select the job category from the list provided.. If you wish to receive job alerts via email please tick the box.. Please Enter Final Year Subjects.. Add.. Confirm Delete.. S.. No.. Subject.. Delete.. 1.. 2.. Already Registered?..

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  • Title: VEC Vacancies
    Descriptive info: February 2009-.. VECvacancies is Launched.. VECvacancies.. ie is a new website dedicated to the advertisement of positions within the VEC sector.. County Dublin VEC has recently signed up to our service and we will shortly advertise positions within the County Dublin area.. We hope that this will become a nationwide search engine for vacancies within the VEC sector.. Register now (.. click here.. ) and you will receive email alerts for positions advertised on this website..

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  • Title: VEC Vacancies
    Descriptive info: Frequently Asked Questions.. What are VECs?.. VEC stands for Vocational Education Council.. How can I apply for a job?.. Applications must be made on-line.. Click the Job Listing Tab.. Choose which VEC you are interested in.. A list of jobs will appear.. 3.. Click on the Job you wish to apply for.. A Job Description will appear.. 4.. If you wish to apply for this job, click on the 'Apply Now' button.. 5.. The Application Form will appear.. 6.. Follow the instructions to complete the application form.. How do I find out where a School or Centre is located?.. The addresses of all schools and centres can be found on the Contact Us section of the website.. 1: Choose what VEC you wish to find an address for.. 2: Depending on the heading you are looking for (ie: Post Primary School, Youthreach etc.. ) click.. the 'View Details' button that corresponds to your choice.. 3: All details will appear under the chosen heading.. What do you do if you do not have a Teaching Council Registration Number?.. A Teaching Council Registration Number is required on all applications for Academic Staff.. You will not be permitted to proceed with your application form if this field is not completed.. If you have not yet registered with the Teaching Council of Ireland or are awaiting confirmation please insert 'Pending' into the Registration Number field.. This should allow you to proceed to the next page.. Why did my session logged out while I was typing my Supporting Statement?.. For security reasons the session is set to expire after a certain period of time.. We recommend that you use a Word Document to type your Supporting Statement or any other information that may take some time to type.. This way you can copy and paste the information into the required fields.. When I enter the dates of my Work Experience the following error appears "Please enter valid date".. Dates must be entered in the following format DD-MM-YYYY.. For example: 01-01-2009.. Does County Dublin V.. E..  ...   for all Principal positions is structured the same way.. National School applicants should enter N/A into any field that does not apply to them.. For example, the subjects under Primary Degree should just be entered as N/A or not applicable as National School Degrees are not structured this way.. There are also two questions asked regarding Specific Skills - such as Communication Skills and Management, Leadership and Organisational Skills, these are not required for this position so applicants should enter N/A in these fields also.. Applicants for National Schools should be aware that entering N/A in these two boxes will not affect the shortlisting process as it is not a requirement for this particular position.. Why is the information I entered in my application form not there when I go back to look at it?.. This may be because the information you entered was not saved.. If you navigate through the application form using the numbered tabs at the top of the application form then you may loose the information you have entered.. Information entered on each page is saved when you click the 'Next' button on the bottom right of the screen.. You should ensure that you are using this method when entering information and only use the numbered tabs to navigate through the application after you have saved (i.. e.. clicked 'Next' or 'Save Return Later').. Why is my application form not saving the schools or subjects that I have ticked?.. This may be due to the web browser you are using.. While this website can be viewed on different web browsers, not all browsers fully support the functions of this website.. If you experience this problem firstly log out and close the browser.. Sometimes when you log back in again this problem has fixed itself.. If that does not work then your web browser does not support that function of this website.. If possible please log on using Internet Explorer as all functions of the website are fully supported on this browser.. 2008 © All Rights Reserved..

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  • Title: VEC Vacancies
    Descriptive info: Contact Us.. Select VEC..

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  • Title: VEC Vacancies
    Descriptive info: OVERVIEW OF THE VEC SECTOR.. Vocational Education Committees (VECs) are statutory local education authorities operating under the terms of the 1930-2001 Vocational Education Acts, and the 1998 Education Act.. There are 33 VECs providing a wide range of education, training and support services within local communities.. These education and training programmes include second level, adult, community and second chance education, post leaving certificate programmes, prison education, traveller education and a variety of co-operative training programmes as well as supports for youth and sport and other activities.. Second Level.. Lower second level education (the Junior Cycle).. consists of a three year programme for students aged 12 to 15-16 years.. The principal objective of the junior cycle is for students to complete a broad, balanced and coherent curriculum composed of a variety of courses incorporating a core and optional areas of study.. The Junior Certificate examination is taken at the end of the junior cycle.. This is a national state examination comprising written examination papers and relevant oral/aural and practical tests.. Subjects include Irish English Mathematics, History and Geography.. Schools provide a variety of additional subjects such as modern languages, art, music, home economics, materials technology (wood), woodwork, metalwork and technical graphics.. All junior cycle students follow a social, personal and health education programme.. Upper secondary education (or the Senior Cycle).. consists of an (optional) Transition Year followed by one of three versions of the two year Leaving Certificate programme.. 1.. The.. Transition Year programme.. is offered following completion of the Junior Cycle.. It is a year of active learning emphasising personal and interpersonal development and experiential learning opportunities.. The Transition Year is optional and some students prefer to directly proceed to one of the Leaving Certificate programmes.. There are three options within the Leaving Certificate:.. 2.. The traditional.. Leaving Certificate programme.. is taken by the majority of students is the accepted basis for entry into third level education, Colleges of Further and Higher Education institutions.. The programme is of two years duration and the curriculum can be selected from an extensive range of subjects including languages, arts, humanities, sciences and technology.. 3.. Leaving Certificate Vocational Programme (LCVP).. is a more vocationally-oriented version of the traditional Leaving Certificate containing vocational and enterprise education emphases.. As with the traditional Leaving Certificate it is fully accepted as a basis for entry to third level.. The LCVP is based on a combination of Leaving Certificate subjects and aims to provide students with an opportunity to engage in self-directed learning and to promote innovation and enterprise.. These objectives are largely achieved through the requirement to follow two activity-driven modules known as Link Modules - Enterprise Education, Preparation for the World of Work.. The Link Modules are designed to develop:.. Communication skills, including ICT skills.. Research and report writing.. Teamworking, including interpersonal skills, listening skills, leadership and decision-making skills.. Experiences such as work placement, career investigation, mini-enterprise and business visits are an integral part of the programme.. 4.. Leaving Certificate Applied (LCA) programme.. is a separate and distinct and innovative programme designed for those who do not wish to take the direct route to third level education.. The LCA focuses on preparing students for the transition from school to adult and working life.. Key principles underlying the LCA are activity-based learning and teaching and maximising the student's involvement with the local community.. The programme differs  ...   from FETAC.. The programmes are an important re-entry route to learning for adults as well as school leavers.. The programme offer courses in a wide-range of disciplines including Business, Electronic Engineering, Computing, Catering, Sport and Leisure, Performance Act, Art Craft and Design, Multi-media studies, Tourism, Marketing, Childcare and Community Care, Hairdressing and Beauty Care, Horticulture, Applied Science etc.. These courses offer an alterative to programmes on offer in higher education in subject matter and approach.. Certain PLCs are accepted as bridges into higher education.. The courses include:.. technical knowledge - the development of the vocational skills needed for the particular discipline.. personal development - the fostering of interpersonal skills, computer familiarisation, mathematical and literacy skills together with a positive attitude to learning, adaptability and initiative; and.. work experience - exposing the trainee to work experience which give relevance to the skills learned and an appreciation of an adult's role in working life.. Most PLCs lead to an award from FETAC.. The main focus of the courses is to prepare people for employment.. It is also possible to proceed from PLC to third-level education.. Students do not pay fees to attend PLC courses and grants are available for students on PLC courses.. The conditions and rates for grants are the same as those for third-level courses.. Senior Traveller Training Programme.. The Senior Traveller Training Centre (STTC) programme provides basic compensatory education to Travellers over the age of 18.. The aim of the centre is to provide Travellers with the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to successfully make the transition to work and adult life.. The target group are people who have left school with either minimal or no qualifications.. 7.. Vocational Training Opportunities Scheme.. The Vocational Training Opportunities Scheme (VTOS) is a second chance education and training programme which provides courses up to two years duration for unemployed people over the age of 21 years.. Course are provided free of charge, meal and travel allowances are available.. Courses are full-time, up to two years and attendance is 30 hours per week.. Trainees on VTOS can pursue subjects in Junior or Leaving Certificate programmes or modules or awards certified by FETAC at Foundation Levels 3, 4 and 5.. 8.. Adult Literacy / Basic Education.. Adult Literacy Organisers employed by VECs provide group and one-to-one tuition in local areas countrywide.. The programme offers a broad range of opportunities for adults who have less than upper second level education or adults who wish to improve their basis skills.. 9.. Self-Financing Adult Education.. The Self-Financing Adult Education programme is designed to provide a range of adult learning opportunities in response to demand.. Classes are offered on a self-financing basis with fees collected to cover tuition and general overheads.. Classes are provided in a range of subject areas such as hobby and leisure courses, professional courses of an academic and practical nature and persona and social development including second change courses.. Other Services.. Adult Learner Guidance Service.. focus on the needs of adults who have been most disadvantaged by the formal education system.. The service is available to learners on VTOS and Adult Basic Educations programmes.. Youth Services.. provide planned programmes of education designed for the purpose of aiding and enhancing the personal and social development of young persons through their voluntary participation.. These programmes are complementary to formal, academic or vocational education and training..

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  • Title: VEC Vacancies
    Descriptive info: LEGISLATIVE ENVIRONMENT OF THE VEC SECTOR.. Vocational Education Committees (VECs) were established under the.. Vocational Education Act, 1930.. Vocational Education (Amendment) Act, 2001.. introduced the requirement for VECs to develop Education and Service Plans, Annual Reports, together with a classification of functions into reserved and executive functions and improvements in the system of financial reporting and corporate governance.. The Education Act, 1998.. makes provision for the education of every person in the State, including any person with disability or has other special educational needs, and to provide generally for primary, post-primary, adult and continuing education and vocational education and training.. The Qualifications (Education and Training) Act, 1999.. set up structures and framework of qualifications.. Three organisations were set up under the provisions of the Act - National Qualifications Awards Institute (NQAI), Higher Education and Training Awards Council (HETAC) and Further Education and Training Awards Council (FETAC) The primary aim of the Act is to establish and develop standards of knowledge, skill and competence; promote the quality of further and higher education and training; provide a system for coordinating and comparing awards and promote access, transfer and progression for learners.. The Education Welfare Act, 2000.. provides a framework for promoting  ...   Act, 2001.. provides for the establishment of the Teaching Council.. to promote teaching as a profession;.. to promote the continuing professional development of teachers;.. to establish and maintain a register of teaches;.. to develop codes of professional conduction which include standards of teaching, knowledge, skill and competence; and.. to regulate the teaching profession.. Terms and Conditions of Employment are subject to Employment Legislation and Collective Agreements.. Employment Equality Acts 1998-2007.. Protection of Employees (Fixed Term Work) Act, 2003.. Protection of Employees (Part Time Work) Act, 2001.. Terms of Employment (Information) Acts, 1994-2001.. Adoptive Leave Acts, 1995-2004.. Maternity Protection Acts 1994-2004.. Parental Leave Acts, 1998-2006.. Carer's Leave Act, 2001.. Organisation of Working Time Acts, 1997-2001.. Payment of Wages Act, 1991.. Minimum Notice and Terms of Employment Acts, 1973-2001.. Data Protection Acts 1988-2003.. Employees (Provision of Information and Consultation) Act, 2006.. Safety Health and Welfare at Work Acts, 1989-2005.. Public Service Superannuation (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2004.. Terms and conditions of employment are also covered by collective agreements negotiated and agreed between trade unions, staff associations, managerial authorities (IVEA) and the Department of Education and Science.. These conditions are normally contained in circular letters issued by the Department of Education and Science..

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  • Title: VEC Vacancies
    Descriptive info: RECRUITMENT AND TEACHING COUNCIL REGISTRATION.. The Teaching Council Act, 2001 provides for the establishment of the Teaching Council to promote and regulate the teaching profession.. All teachers are required to register with the Teaching Council if they are, or want to be employed in a recognised school (recognised in accordance with Section 10 of the education Act, 1998).. Registration is renewable annually.. Teaching Council Contact Details.. Block A.. Maynooth Business Campus.. Maynooth.. Co Kildare.. Tel:.. 01 6517 900.. Fax:.. 01 651 7901.. E-mail:.. info@teachingcouncil.. Website:.. www.. teachingcouncil..

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  • Title: VEC Vacancies
    Descriptive info: HOW TO USE THIS SITE.. This is an 'on-line application' and you must register (.. ) to apply for any post advertised.. Step 1.. Select the job/post you wish to apply for and Click on Apply.. Step 2.. Save draft(s) of Application Form so that you may return later by clicking on Save and Return Later.. Step 3.. Log-in and edit application form.. Step 4.. Submit final Application.. Step 5.. Email received 'acknowledgement of receipt of application'..

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  • Title: VEC Vacancies
    Descriptive info: TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR VECVACANCIES.. By using this site you agree to be legally bound by these terms and conditions.. If you do not agree to be legally bound by all the following terms you should not access and/or use VECVACANCIES.. VECVACANCIES reserves the right to change these terms from time to time.. By continuing to use the site after changes are posted you agree to be legally bound by these terms as updated and/or amended.. Lawful Use.. You may not broadcast, copy, download, frame, reproduce, republish, post, transmit or otherwise use VECVACANCIES.. ie content appearing on the VECVACANCIES.. ie site in any way except for your own personal, non-commercial use.. Any other use of such content requires the prior written permission of VECVACANCIES.. You agree to use VECVACANCIES.. ie only for lawful purposes, and in a way that does not infringe the rights of, restrict or inhibit the use or enjoyment of this site by any third party.. Prohibited behaviour includes but is not limited to defamation, harassing or causing distress or inconvenience to any person, transmitting obscene or offensive content or anything which may affect the operability or security of VECVACANCIES.. Disclaim VecVacancies/Limitation of Liability.. VECVACANCIES.. ie content, is provided on a "AS IS" and on an "AS AVAILABLE" basis without any representations or any kind of warranty whether express, implied or statutory of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, non-infringement, compatibility, security and accuracy.. VECVACANCIES will not be liable for any damages, including indirect or consequential damages, or any damages arising from use or loss of use, interruption of business, loss of data or profits, whether in contract, negligence or other similar action, arising from or in connection with the use of VECVACANCIES.. ie.. VECVACANCIES does not warrant that functions contained in VECVACANCIES.. ie content will be uninterrupted or error free, that defects will be corrected, or that VECVACANCIES.. ie or the server that makes it available are free of viruses or bugs.. RSS Feeds.. RSS feeds of VECVACANCIES.. ie content are provided free of charge to individuals for personal and non-commercial use only.. Use of VECVACANCIES.. ie RSS feeds for commercial purposes or by non-profit organisations will require the prior agreement of VECVACANCIES.. ie and you must first contact the Managing Editor of VECVACANCIES ePublishing.. By downloading a VECVACANCIES.. ie RSS feed, you acknowledge that VECVACANCIES.. ie does not accept any liability for its RSS feeds, and that VECVACANCIES.. ie is not responsible for the content of external Internet sites.. Intellectual Property.. You acknowledge that the content including but not limited to text, images and logos identifying VECVACANCIES or third parties and their products and services are subject to copyright, design rights and trade marks of VECVACANCIES and/or third parties.. You are not permitted to use any trademark, patent, design right or copyright of VECVACANCIES, or any other third party without the prior written consent of VECVACANCIES or the third party.. Third Party Sites/Links.. VECVACANCIES is not responsible for the availability or content of any third party websites  ...   you review the Privacy Statements of those websites as they may be subject to different privacy requirements.. Any processing of personal information gathered by VECvacancies.. ie as a result of your use of this website is governed by the provisions of the Irish Data Protection Acts 1998 and 2003.. In general, any information you provide to VECvacancies.. ie will only be used within VECvacancies.. ie and by its agents and service providers.. Your information will be disclosed where we are obliged or permitted by law.. Also, if you post or send offensive, inappropriate or objectionable content anywhere on or to VECvacancies.. ie or otherwise engage in any disruptive behaviour on VECvacancies.. ie, VECvacancies.. ie can use whatever information that is available to it about you to stop such behaviour.. When you supply any personal information to VECvacancies.. ie we have legal obligations towards you in the way we use this data.. Personal Information is collected by VECvacancies.. ie during a) Registration and b) Application and is processed as follows:.. A.. Registration.. By registering with VECvacancies.. ie, you provide personal data and explicitly state that you are interested in employment with the Vocational Education Committee(s) you selected.. You therefore provide this data to be used for informing you of vacancies in your area of interest.. The registration process is a default setting of the application process.. You can view and update your personal details at any time.. VECvacanices.. ie will treat your data as confidential in accordance with the Data Protection Acts mentioned above.. Under no circumstances will your data be forwarded to third parties outside VECvacancies.. ie and the Vocational Education Committee(s) you have registered for.. Apart from you, authorised VECvacancies.. ie staff and HR Recruitment Staff within the Vocational Education Committee(s) you have registered for have access to your data.. If a vacancy arises in an area you have selected, an email will issue to your registered email address to notify you.. If you do not log onto VECvacancies.. ie within a period of two years, VECvacancies.. ie may send you an email to ask you if you wish to remain on the register.. If you do not respond by the given deadline your information will be deleted.. B.. Application.. By applying for a specific job vacancy, you provide that Vocational Education Committee with your personal data.. You are responsible for ensuring that this data is correct and true.. By submitting your application, you agree to you data being used in conjunction with the filling of this position.. Your application details will be saved from any previous applications in this job category and you can view and update the data before you submit the application.. After your application is submitted is forwarded to the Vocational Education Committee who posted the vacancy therefore all correspondence will be sent from this Committee from this point onwards.. If you wish to withdraw an application you must contact the Vocational Education Committee you applied to directly and they will remove your application from the competition..

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