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SICAP (2015-2017)

SICAP (2015-2017)


Welcome to the Social Inclusion and Community Activation Programme (SICAP) page.

What is SICAP?

The aim of SICAP is to reduce poverty and promote social inclusion and equality through local, regional and national engagement and collaboration. Its vision is to improve the life chances and opportunities of those who are marginalised in society, living in poverty or in unemployment through community development approaches, targeted supports and interagency collaboration, where the values of equality and inclusion are promoted and human rights are respected.

Programme Implementers, with the support of Local Community Development Committees (LCDCs), will target those who are the most disadvantaged and excluded in our society. LCDCs in conjunction with the contracted Programme Implementers are required to empower communities to work collaboratively with relevant stakeholders using a broad range of supports and interventions facilitated via the new programme funds.

The Programme has three goals:

1. To support and resource disadvantaged communities and marginalised target groups to engage with relevant local and national stakeholders in identifying and addressing social exclusion and equality issues;

2. To support individuals and marginalised target groups experiencing educational disadvantage so they can participate fully, engage with and progress through life-long learning opportunities through the use of community development approaches;

3. To engage with marginalised target groups/individuals and residents of disadvantaged communities who are unemployed but who do not fall within mainstream employment service provision, or who are referred to SICAP, to move them closer to the labour market and improve work readiness, and support them in accessing employment and self-employment and creating social enterprise opportunities.

 

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The Social Inclusion and Community Activation Programme (SICAP) 2015-2017 is funded by the Irish Government and co-funded by the European Social Fund and includes a special allocation under the Youth Employment Initiative.

 

Updated: 01/09/2015

Employment Opportunities Sept 29th 2016

Employment opportunities

   

29th September 2016               DSP              

The Department of Social Protection website carries information on available positions; full time, part time and work placement opportunities. On the 29th September they were 55 full time and part time positions, along with vacancies for employment programme such as Community Employment, Jobsbridge and TÚS advertised in Westmeath.

In the surrounding counties there were 405 fulltime, part time and employment programme vacancies advertised positions advertised.

For further information click http://www.jobsireland.ie/

If you would like help applying for positions, or assistance with a CV and application forms please contact Patricia McKenna, Employment Mediator on 044 93 48571, email tmckenna@westcd.ie   or Noel Breslin, Job Club Manager on 090 64 94555, email nbreslin@westcd.ie   or Seamus Kearns Employment Mediation in our Athlone branch email skearns@westcd.ie

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Employment Oppertunities Sept 21st 2016

Employment opportunities
   

21st September 2016                         DSP     

The Department of Social Protection website carries information on available positions; full time, part time and work placement opportunities. On the 21st September they were 69 full time and part time positions, along with vacancies for employment programme such as Community Employment, Jobsbridge and TÚS advertised in Westmeath.

In the surrounding counties there were 320 fulltime, part time and employment programme vacancies advertised positions advertised.

For further information click http://www.jobsireland.ie/

If you would like help applying for positions, or assistance with a CV and application forms please contact Patricia McKenna, Employment Mediator on 044 93 48571, email tmckenna@westcd.ie   or Noel Breslin, Job Club Manager on 090 64 94555, email nbreslin@westcd.ie   or Seamus Kearns Employment Mediation in our Athlone branch email skearns@westcd.ie

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Employment Opportunities Sept 15th 2016

Employment opportunities

15th September 2016              DSP 
     

The Department of Social Protection website carries information on available positions; full time, part time and work placement opportunities. On the 15th September they were 60 full time and part time positions, along with vacancies for employment programme such as Community Employment, Jobsbridge and TÚS advertised in Westmeath.

In the surrounding counties there were 287 fulltime, part time and employment programme vacancies advertised positions advertised.

For further information click http://www.jobsireland.ie/

If you would like help applying for positions, or assistance with a CV and application forms please contact Patricia McKenna, Employment Mediator on 044 93 48571, email tmckenna@westcd.ie   or Noel Breslin, Job Club Manager on 090 64 94555, email nbreslin@westcd.ie   or Seamus Kearns Employment Mediation in our Athlone branch email skearns@westcd.ie

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Employment Opportunities Sept 7th 2016

Employment opportunities

7th September 2016           DSP     
     

The Department of Social Protection website carries information on available positions; full time, part time and work placement opportunities. On the 7th September they were 55 full time and part time positions, along with vacancies for employment programme such as Community Employment, Jobsbridge and TÚS advertised in Westmeath.

In the surrounding counties there were 271 fulltime, part time and employment programme vacancies advertised positions advertised.

For further information click http://www.jobsireland.ie/

If you would like help applying for positions, or assistance with a CV and application forms please contact Patricia McKenna, Employment Mediator on 044 93 48571, email tmckenna@westcd.ie   or Noel Breslin, Job Club Manager on 090 64 94555, email nbreslin@westcd.ie   or Seamus Kearns Employment Mediation in our Athlone branch email skearns@westcd.ie

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