Erasmus+
PinPoint to Dublin

What’s included:

  • Level 2 Certificate in Lean Organisation Management Techniques
  • Pre departure briefing
  • Return flight and fully comprehensive travel insurance for the duration of your stay
  • Residential Accommodation including WiFi and utilities
  • 13-week work experience within the logistics or construction sectors
  • Living allowance
  • In country travel card
  • Full guidance and support prior and throughout the programme duration

Eligibility:

Before applying, please ensure you meet the following eligibility criteria

  • Be an EU citizen
  • Have a current EU passport with at least 6 months validity after programme return date (let us know if you don’t as support may be available)
  • Must be currently residing within the UK and have a UK postal address and bank account
  • Must have the right to live and work in the UK and the destination country.
  • Be 18 years+
  • Not currently studying at university and looking for a year in industry placements
  • Be able to commit to the full 92-day programme duration and pre training in Dublin

Benefits:

  • A nationally recognised and sought after qualification: Level 2 Certificate in Lean Organisation Management Techniques
  • A significant boost to your CV, with international work experience
  • Europass Mobility Certificate
  • The opportunity to experience different cultures
  • Employability and career prospects
  • A stepping stone into work

Why Dublin?

Dublin is located on the East Coast of Ireland, stretching along the Irish Sea in a half moon shape. The city is bordered to the South by the dramatic Wicklow Mountains.

Famous for its easy-going charm and cultural heritage, Dublin is also the capital of The Craic (pronounce ‘crack’), the art of life. Famous Dublin sons such as writers Oscar Wilde, James Joyce and Jonathan Swift had it, playwright Samuel Beckett had it, and so have more contemporary cultural ambassadors such as U2. The city is steeped in rich history, starting with the Vikings laying its first streets. Through the centuries, The Craic and an unruly artistic streak have helped shape Dublin into what it is now: A vibrant capital that moves at an easy going pace.

Dublin has a vibrant and diverse economy. It supports thriving clusters of both Irish and international players and is experiencing strong growth in employment across a wide range of industry sectors.  The Dublin region is a core region and as a result has a very strong manufacturing sector, containing a variety of infrastructural factors which complement the region. Manufacturing industries are widespread and range from traditional industries such as food processing and brewing to modern industries such as I.T. and health care

Departure Dates

This is a fully COVID secure travel process and more information will be provided on application.

Check back soon to keep up to date with our list of departure dates.