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2 Mar

Kildare and Wicklow ETB National FET Learner Forum - Tuesday, 2nd March

Remote Event

The National Further Education and Training (FET) Learner Forum is a platform where learners can share their experience of learning.

About this Event

  • Tuesday, 2nd March, 11.00am-12.15pm
  • Wednesday, 3rd March, 2.00pm-3.15pm

The National Further Education and Training (FET) Learner Forum is a platform where learners can share their experience of FET learning. These virtual Forum events will give learners the opportunity to share their experience of learning with Kildare and Wicklow Education and Training Board. Learners will be able to join a discussion on their computer, laptop, tablet or mobile phone, to share their experience of learning. You share your experience by:

  • participating in focus group discussion (1 hour)
  • completing survey (15 minutes)

During the event, you will be broken up into groups of 5-6 participants. Each group will have a facilitator who will ask questions. It’s really important to note that there are no right or wrong answers. We want to hear about your own experiences and get your honest feedback.

Please feel free to share your experience attending the virtual events on Facebook or Twitter, using the hashtags #LearnerVoice and #FETLearnerForum

Register HERE.

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