NCU Training has teamed up with CEEDs Clondalkin to deliver training in the South Dublin Area.


CEEDS announced the opening of their new, modernised IT training rooms and brand new Public Internet and Email Access on Monday 25th June 2018. With the help of generous grants from Google Ireland and The Holiday Home Project
Established in 1993, CEEDS, a voluntary organisation, is situated in Aras Rualach, Neilstown Road and has provided support services to the community since 1993.
After 25 years in the community, CEEDS is proud to continue still to provide much needed locally based services to their community and surrounding areas.
The Project aimed to provide the community with a Centre of Digital Excellence, with fast Internet facilities and the technology to continue to provide quality training for years to come.
Bearing in mind the changes in the IT sector, digital trends and upcoming changes in EU data policy (GDPR) they had to build a stable, reliable and future-proofed Training Centre. CEEDS donated their old equipment to Camara, a Global I.T charity donation program. There PC’s have found their new home in a School in Ethiopia, providing badly needed technical resources to an impoverished region.

Maria Flynn (Board Member ) Grace Wills and Eddie Costello (CEEDS) Stephanie Lavelle (Google) at the launch of the Training Facilities