Worker2

We are hiring! Violence against Women Traveller Community Worker

Pavee Point Traveller and Roma Centre is setting up a new national pilot project, which employs 4 Traveller community workers to work in the area of Traveller women’s rights and domestic and sexual violence. The project is funded by Tusla Child and Family Agency.

St Catherine’s Community Services Centre has been invited to host and support the post in Carlow within its Traveller Primary Health care team and we are now looking to recruit.

The position is 12 hours/week, suitable for a Traveller woman with interest and/or experience in the area of women’s rights and community development. The post will be based in St Catherine’s Community Services Centre with some travelling to various parts of the country for training and meetings.

The deadline for applying is Wednesday 13th MarchTo apply, please send a CV and a short letter to Valerie Byrne valerieb@catherines.ie or post/drop in your CV to Valerie in St. Catherine’s Community Services Centre, St. Joseph’s Road.

Closing Date Wednesday 13th March 2019 at 5.00pm

Provisional date for interviews will be Tuesday 19th March

Click here for the full Job Description

Worker

Catalyst

Busy End of Year for the Catalyst Programme

St Catherine’s Community Services is currently delivering the Carlow Catalyst Programme for Women (part of the ESF Programme for Employment, Inclusion and Learning 2014 -2020). This programme offers training and developmental supports to women in Carlow as a means of progressing them either to further education, training or employment.

2018 was a busy year for the Catalyst Programme.  To read about it click here

Pdflogogt

Child Safeguarding Statement

Our policy and procedures to safeguard children and young people reflect national policy and legislation and are underpinned by Children First: National Guidance for the Protection and Welfare of Children 2017, the Tusla Children First – Child Safeguarding Guide 2017, and the Children First Act 2015.  Please click here for our Child Safeguarding Statement

Make-Up and Nail Art

Make-Up and Nail Art Course

St. Catherine’s Community Services is running a Make-Up and Nail Art course.  Please see the image below for times and dates.

Make-Up and Nail Art

Interior Design on a Budget

Interior Design

St. Catherine’s Community Services is running an Interior Design Course.  Please see the image below for times and dates.

Interior Design on a Budget

 

 

Courses St Catherines January 2018

Adult Education Classes Spring 2018

St. Catherine’s Community Services are running a number of classes in Spring 2018.  Please see the image below for a list of courses, times and dates.

Courses St Catherines January 2018

 

Adult Education Classes October 2017

Adult Education Classes October 2017

St. Catherine’s Community Services are running a number of classes in October 2017.  Please see the image below for a list of courses, times and dates.

Adult Education Classes October 2017

 

Catalyst Flyer 2017

The Carlow Catalyst Programme for Women

St. Catherine’s Community Centre is delighted to announce, that as part of the (ESF) Programme for Employability, Inclusion and Learning Programme (PEIL) 2014- 2020, they are delivering  an exciting new programme for women in Carlow interested in entering or re-entering the labour market.

Read more

Group

The Advocacy Programme with Carlow College

A group of nine women from St. Catherine’s Traveller’s Programmes participated in The Advocacy Programme with Carlow College in 2017.  They received their certificates at the International Women’s Day event in Carlow College on March 8th.  This program was supported by County Carlow Development Partnership. Read more

Group before leaving for Dublin

Recognition of Traveller Ethnicity

On Wednesday March 1st Enda Kenny made an announcement to the Dail, giving state recognition of Traveller ethnicity.  The Traveller movement have been seeking this for the past 50 years and greatly welcome this overdue recognition. Ethnic status creates a space for Travellers to be respected and valued as a unique community and culture within the diverse society in which we live in Ireland. Read more