About us

Welcome to CEEDS Clondalkin

Who we are

CEEDS is a non-profit Organization and has been proudly supporting our community since 1993. For three decades we have provided Training, Information and Jobseeker supports to the communities of North Clondalkin and beyond. We have one of the most modern and technologically advanced I.T facilities in the entire region. CEEDS strives to bridge the digital divide by creating an accessible technological Hub in the heart of our community.

CEEDS – Serving Clondalkin and surrounding communities since 1993

What we do

Established in 1993, CEEDS, a non-profit Organization is situated in Rowlagh, North Clondalkin and has provided support services to the community since 1993. 

Along with a welfare rights information service, Internet and Email facilities, CV compilation and typing, we offer a range of training options and adult education courses such as Computers for Beginners, Special Needs assisting, Reception Skills, Customer Service, Bookkeeping, Care for the older person and many other Courses are available. We also offer Computer training from basic to Higher levels. CEEDS is an ICDL/ECDL and MOS Microsoft Office Specialist accredited Centre.

After nearly 30 years in the community, CEEDS is proud to still work in the heart of North Clondalkin and to continue to provide much needed locally based services to our community and surrounding areas.

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CEEDS Training Launch Event
Maria Flynn, CEEDS CCU Chairperson, Grace Wills, CEEDS CE Supervisor, Eddie Costello CEEDS Training Project Manager with Stephanie Lavelle, Google at the Grand launch of our new I.T Facility

CEEDS and Covid-19

The unprecedented Covid-19 pandemic caused severe disruptions to our community support services i.e., Training/education provision, local access to internet facilities, ICDL/ECDL testing facility, social welfare/welfare rights information service and jobseeker support services.

In spite of these restrictions, CEEDS was one of the first Community-based Training Centers in the entire region to reopen our doors and recommence Classroom-based training delivery in June 2020. CEEDS was the only such Community-based Centre in the Clondalkin area to deliver any form of in-house, tutor-led training during this period, a remarkable achievement for such small Organization.

CEEDS was one of only a handful of ICDL/ECDL Examination facilities in the Country to operate during the pandemic, allowing us to continue providing an essential educational service throughout the Covid-19. 

In September 2021 we resumed our Classroom-based Adult education and training services, which have been the core of our service offerings for almost 30 years. CEEDS has stringent safety systems in place to prevent/control the spread of Covid-19 at our facility.

Despite the challenges we have faced, our Doors have remained open throughout the pandemic, providing much needed support services to the communities of North Clondalkin and beyond.

Our brand New Computers for Beginners training Course is the first of it’s kind in the Clondalkin area since the pandemic. This Free training Course aims to provide essential digital skills education to the people within our community who have been digitally and educationally marginalized due to Covid-19, providing them with fundamental Computer skills for the new digital landscape.

CEEDS – Supporting a charitable cause in Ethiopia

In 2018 CEEDS donated over 50 Computers and Monitor Screens, Keyboards, Mice etc. to a Global I.T charity donation program. Our PC’s have found their new home in a School in Ethiopia, providing badly needed technical resources to an underprivileged region.

Training and Education Courses

CEEDS has an exceptional range of training options available through our partnership with NCU Training. Many of these Courses are fully QQI accredited and designed to meet current training and employment needs.

We also have a selection of Computer Training Courses, catering to various skill levels such as Word Processing, Computers for Beginners, Internet skills training and more.

Classroom and online Training Courses
> Special Needs Assisting (SNA)
> Training and Development (Train the Trainer)
> Care Skills and Care for the Older Person
> Palliative Care Support and Care Support
> First Aid Responder (PHECC)
> Reception Skills and Customer Service
> Bookkeeping (Manual and Computerized)
> Manual Handling and Safety Awareness
For Further information and updates on our upcoming Courses and training schedule check out our Facebook Page.

Training Courses Dublin
Training Delivery and Evaluation QQI Level 6 – CEEDS Clondalkin in association with NCU Training