Learning Limerick

Learning Limerick is a partnership initiative that brings together different sectors in Limerick to develop and enhance a culture of learning in Limerick.  Led by the Limerick and Clare Education and Training Board, Limerick City and County Council, and PAUL Partnership, it is made up of statutory, local development, business, and community and voluntary sector partners that have a role in learning in Limerick.

The purpose of Learning Limerick is to work in partnership with relevant stakeholders to:

  • Promote awareness of the importance of lifelong learning for every person, family, community and workplace in Limerick.
  • Influence education and skills policy; locally, nationally and internationally.
  • Position learning at the centre of development planning in the Limerick region, in all communities, sectors and settings.
Learning Limerick Steering Group

Learning Limerick is managed by an Inter-Agency Steering Group, comprising of representatives from:

  • Limerick City and County Council (Chair)
  • Limerick and Clare Education and Training Board
  • PAUL Partnership
  • Mary Immaculate College
  • Ballyhoura Development
  • Limerick Institute of Technology
  • West Limerick Resources
  • University of Limerick
  • Youth Work Limerick
  • Limerick Childcare Committee
  • Limerick Community Education Network
  • Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection
  • Limerick Chamber Skillnet
  • Limerick Integration Working Group
  • Irish National Organisation for the Unemployed
  • Limerick Mental Health Association

The work of the Steering Group is supported by a Lifelong Learning Facilitator based in PAUL Partnership.

To find out more about the work of Learning Limerick, click here.

or Contact:

Yvonne Lane

Lifelong Learning Facilitator

T: 061 419388

E: ylane@paulpartnership.ie

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