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Frequently Asked Questions

What's going on?

Find out what’s going on with JobsIreland and the Intreo service including upcoming recruitment days, nationwide campaigns, training opportunities and other public employment services events.

Presentations and videos

What do we know about people returning to work (returners) and labour market needs? You can view or download all the following Career Pathway for Returner Event Presentations:

  • Dermot Coates, Department of Social Protection
    • Labour Market Development in Ireland
  • Joan McNaboe, Skills & Labour Market Research Unit - SOLAS
    • Untapped Potential: Women on home duties
  • Michelle Murphy, Accenture Ireland
    • Reach your potential - Growth Mindset & Grit Masterclass
  • Philip Sheridan, SOLAS Apprenticeships
    • Education and Retraining Options
  • Eoin O'Dwyer, Skillnet Ireland
    • Driving Ireland’s Competiveness Through Innovative Talent Development
  • Allyson Lambert, Tangent, Trinity Business School
    • PG Certificate in Creative Thinking, Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  • Ciara Garvan, WorkJuggle
    • The 'F' Word

Citizensinformation.ie

Citizensinformation.ie provides information and advice on a wide range of public and social services and on your entitlements as a citizen of Ireland. They gather information from various government departments and agencies, so that you have all the information you need about your rights and applying for State services.

Irish National Organisation of the Unemployed (INOU)

The Irish National Organisation of the Unemployed provides detailed information on back to work, education and training supports for unemployed people, others in receipt of social welfare payments and front-line staff providing services to Jobseekers.

Their main publication, Working for Work explores welfare, work, education and training options for unemployed people and staff supporting unemployed people.

JobsWatch lists information on job announcements.

Money Advice and Budgeting Service (MABS)

MABS provides detailed advice on managing your debts. It can advise you on your options during negotiations with creditors such as banks or mortgage providers, including repayment options. It can also give you information on what to do if you are behind on your rent.

QQI Qualifications Recognition Service (NARIC) Ukrainian Language

QQI’s free on-line NARIC service provides information on over 1,400 foreign qualifications from more than 150 countries. 

The NARIC database currently lists 14 Ukrainian qualifications that are comparable to Irish awards from Levels 3-10 of the National Framework of Qualifications, including school-based qualifications, professional and higher education qualifications.

You can access a guide to the NARIC Service in Ukrainian here 

National Journey Planner

The National Journey Planner gives you information to let you plan any journey in Ireland, including journeys on foot and by public transport.

Follow us on social media

JobsIreland, the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection and the EURES Ireland services all have social media accounts you can follow across a variety of digital media platforms. Follow them here:

Twitter:    JobsIreland   DSP  Eures Ireland 

LinkedIn:    JobsIreland   DSP

Facebook:    JobsIreland   Eures Ireland 

Instagram:   JobsIreland   DSP 

JobsWeek

The aim of the Jobs Week  is to showcase the Intreo supports and services available to employers and jobseekers and to bring them together through a number of recruitment events, seminars, information sessions and workshops. During the week there is approximately 120 events bringing together an estimated 15,000 people to help them achieve their career goals. Most of these are open events but some require pre-registration. Some events are tailored to meet the needs of specific groups of jobseekers.

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