“Arna chomhchistiú ag Rialtas na hÉireann agus ag an Aontas Eorpach” which means “Co-funded by the Government of Ireland and the European Union”
Meath Opportunities for Training
Meath Opportunities for Training (MOT) is a Local Training Initiative that was set up in to assist people who are in recovery from an addiction. It is funded through the Louth and Meath Education and Training Board (LMETB).
LMETB code MH56D. PLSS 377361
Tell me and I’ll forget. Show me, and I may not remember.
Involve me, and I’ll understand.
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” You get out what you put in.”
From day one on the course at MOT everything was set to empower me and help me take control of my life in a positive way. I always felt involved in everything that was happening there and built a respect for the course, my fellow classmates and myself.”
Martin Doolan, August 2018
Update on Martin’s journey
Martin appeared on the RTE Six One news on 22nd March 2021.
He is almost at the completion of his studies in Trinity College, Dublin and advises everyone to “Put one foot in front of the other and Go For It”.
Do I get paid?
How long is the programme?
Does it cost anything?
What time does it start and finish?
Where can I apply?
You can contact the Co-ordinator at the centre or you can call into your local Intreo office. You can also apply online by registering at www.fetchcourses.ie
Who is the Louth & Meath Education and Training Board?
Louth & Meath Education and Training Board ‘s Community Education Service supports and assists new and existing community groups in County Louth and Meath in establishing community-based education programmes. Community Education programmes aim to help learners develop their self-confidence and educational skills base so that they can actively take part in their communities. More information on their Website HERE
The programme at MOT LTI is co-funded by the Irish Government and the European Union through the European Social Fund and Ireland’s EU Structural and Investment funds programmes. This means that there is no charge to participants.