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Enterprise Engagement

Employers interestined in LCFE

The SOLAS Strategy 2014 – 2019 highlights the need for all stakeholders to work collaboratively in implementing the national FET Strategy.  Enterprise Engagement is a key priority here. LCFE’s Enterprise Engagement Strategy is informed by the Limerick and Clare Education and Training Board ( LCETB) FET Enterprise Engagement Framework (2017 – 2020).  The College works in collaboration with LCETB Enterprise Engagement Support Service.

LCFE has an Enterprise Engagement Committee which oversees and develops Enterprise Engagement activities in the College.  The key functions of the Enterprise Engagement Committee are:

  • Carrying out an annual audit of LCFE Enterprise Engagement activities
  • Developing and supporting Enterprise Engagement activities in LCFE
  • Developing and maintaining strong relationships with local employers
  • Managing Work Experience of Learners
  • Setting up and maintaining an Employer Database for the region
  • Marketing and promoting the College to new and existing employers
  • Advising learners on CV writing, interviews and recruitment
  • Managing the job placement service in the College

LCFE enjoys very productive relations with local employers and other bodies in Limerick.

The college has an array of established relationships with local employers and new alliances are constantly being forged.

Through liaising with the Mid West Regional Skills Forum and the LCETB Enterprise Engagement Support Service  LCFE can ensure that courses provided at LCFE are in line with local industry needs in the region while at the same time enhance it’s links with local employers in the region.


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This provision is co-funded by the Irish Government and the European Social Fund as part of the ESF Programme for Employability, Inclusion and Learning 2014 – 2020.