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PEER Buddy Training Programme at Walkways

Congratulations to all the students who completed the PEER Buddy training programme yesterday at Walkways. Walkways PEER Buddies are students of the same age or slightly older who can offer one to one training and support to PEER programme participants. Thanks also to Chris and Kathy from Elite - Supported Employment Agency for a great 3 day training programme and to our Walkways Job Coaches, Eithne and Imelda. Well done everyone!

News Archives

RAF Valley's Youth Day

PEER Participant Video

Minister Kathleen Lynch visits WALK

WALK Involvement in EUSE Conference

WALK Supporting Irish Job Shadow Initiative 2013

Work Experience

Walkways REAL Programme

Job Shadow 2012

25.04.2012 Job Shadow Week

16.02.2012 PEER Buddy Training Programme

16.01.2012 Volunteer 4 P.E.ER

13.09.2011 Official Launch of Walkways, Ireland

22.09.2011 IASE Job Shadow Initiative, The Mansion House, Dublin

12.05.2011 Finance Workshop, Wales

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