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Monday, January 24, 2011

Revised Opening Hours

Due to lack of resources we will be revising our Office Opening Hours from Monday, January 31st as follows:

Monday,                                              10.00am – 1.00pm
Tuesday,                                             10.00am – 1.00pm
Wednesday                                 -1.00pm/2.00pm – 4.30pm
Thursday                                             10.00am – 1.00pm
 Friday                                                 10.00am – 1.00pm

Limerick City Adult Education Service

Limerick City Adult Education Service has a wide range of part time accredited courses beginning in February 2011. These courses are free to all eligible for EGF funding.  Courses include:

Computers and Internet                                           Beginners to Advanced
Communications                                                        FETAC Levels 2 to 5
Care of the Older Person                                          FETAC Level 5
Occupational First Aid                                              FETAC Level 5
Graphic Design                                                           FETAC Level 4 and 5
Everyday Science                                                      FETAC Level 4
English for Speakers of Other Languages             FETAC Levels 3 and 4
Link Learning and Work                                            FETAC Levels 3 and 4
(Career Information & Work Experience combined)

Phone 061 445736 for application form and further information.  Closing date for applications is Friday January 28th.

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

SUCCESS As A Result Of EGF Funding

Ger Finan, formerly of Dell has set up his own company with the aid EGF Funding:
Welcome to PII, a company dedicated to helping you achieve the maximum potential of your business through the application of engineering tools and techniques, as well as Lean and Six Sigma methodology.
With extensive experience in process evaluation, design and refinement, we can help you improve your efficiency and reduce waste, leading to greater output and better profits.Read on

Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Become a Census Enumerator

From among our members we are quite sure there are some of you who would interested in becoming a Census Enumerator in the forthcoming "Census of Ireland". The Census plays a crucial role in the administration of the State, helping with forward planning etc. 

A census is the procedure of systematically acquiring and recording information about the members of a given population. It is a regularly occurring and official count of a particular population. The term is used mostly in connection with national population and housing censuses; other common censuses include agriculture, business, and traffic censuses.

5,000 part-time Enumerators required

 Sunday April 10th 2011 is census night in Ireland.

The job at a glance

  • Contract runs from March - May 2011
  • Applications open on 4th January 2011 and close on 11th January 2011
  • Hours are flexible, mainly evenings and weekends (minimum of 25hours/week)


Remuneration will be on a fee / allowance basis. Enumerators can expect to typically earn €2,200 on average, for their work during this 10 week period, made up as follows:
  • Weekly advance: €100 (paid in arrears)
  • Training allowance: €135
  • Fees per forms delivered/collected: Variable
  • Summarisation: €215
  • Terminal Bonus: €420
  • Home storage allowance: €140
  • Sunday and bank holiday work allowance: €200
  • Travel Allowance: Variable
Enumeration Area usually comprises about 400 households Read On

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

A Happy New Year

Just to remind you that the office of the Dell Redundant Workers Association has reopened for 2011 and We Wish All Our Members "A Happy New Year".