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Selection Process for Apprenticeship Opportunities Social Awareness and Community Empowerment Trainer Panel

Call for Applications – Closing Date: Thursday 23rd June 2016

The Social and Health Education Project (SHEP) has been delivering Social Awareness and Community Empowerment training in Cork and Kerry for over 20 years. We are currently organising a selection process to identify a small number of suitably qualified people to join the SHEP Trainer Panel for the Social Awareness and Community Empowerment training course. The normal requirements to become a SHEP Trainer are set out in policy document below. Importantly we are open and very interested to receiving applications from people who do not meet all of the usual requirements but believe that they can make a significant contribution to this area of work. It is important to note that the opportunity being created is an (unpaid) apprenticeship.

Call for Applications 2016 – SHEP Social Awareness and Community Empowement Traine Panel

SHEP Trainer Application Form (Social Awareness) – 23rd June 2016) (Word Vesion)

SHEP Trainer Application Form (Social Awareness ) – 23rd June 2016) (PDF vesion)

Policy on the Selection of people to Trainer Panels (Social Awareness)

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