Our training offer

At Meath Partnership, our StayOn participants took part in one of our training workshops and gained valuable and necessary skills for specific areas of the Irish rural labour market.

Construction Safety Skills Workshop


  • Manual Handling
  • Safe Pass Training
  • Teamwork and Problem Solving
  • Communications
  • General Health and Safety in the Workplace

Hospitality Skills Workshop


  • Basic Food Safety
  • HACCP Systems
  • Allergen Awareness
  • Knife Handling
  • Customer Care
  • Manual Handling
  • General Health and Safety in the Workplace

Conversational English (ESOL) workshop


  • Intercultural Skills & Global Awareness 
  • Teamwork and Problem Solving
  • Leadership and Management Styles
  • Organisation and Planning 
  • Accessing the Irish job market
  • CV writing and Interview Preparation
  • Green Skills Jobs

Social Media Skills


  • Creating Your Mission, Vision and Messaging for Your Business 
  • Setting up a Facebook Page 
  • How often to Post and What to Post 
  • Creating Images Using Canva for Social Media 
  • Posting and Scheduling Using Creator Studio 
  • How to Go Live Privately on Facebook 
  • How to do Stories and Posts 
  • How to share others Stories and Posts.

Community Development Workshop

• Social Analysis
• Environmental Sustainability
• Welfare to Work
• Active Citizenship
• Teamwork
• Communications

Business Options


  • The Business Environment 
  • Planning and Decision Making 
  • Managing Compliance 
  • Sales and Marketing 
  • Financial planning 
  • Developing the Business Plan

Aromatherapy Workshop


  • Working with essential oils
  • Blending home remedies for oil burners
  • Use of natural, dried herbs
  • Using mindfulness products for home use and massage
  • Making bath salts
  • Making body scrubs

Food Production Workshop


  • Food Safety
  • Nutrition
  • Menu Planning
  • Culinary Techniques
  • Food Product Development
  • Food Product Optimisation

Paediatric First Aid Workshop

  • Choking
  • Wounds
  • Head injuries
  • Fractures
  • Sprains & strains
  • Burns
  • Temperature control
  • Allergic reactions
  • Seizures
  • Childhood illnesses


Through the StayOn project participants receive on average 4 individual coaching hours. Coaches offer support to participants to make a change, learn something new and/or achieve their goals. The essence of coaching is not giving answers to participants, but rather helping them find answers on their own. Coaches in the StayOn project lead participants through the process of trainings & community involvement, help them identify their potential and support them in overcoming obstacles on the way to their empowerment.
The main goal of the coaching in the context of StayOn is to help participants prepare their development plan. Coaches in the StayOn project receive individual and group support to lead participants through the process.

For more informations

Please contact:

Jennifer Smith





Telephone: (353) 85 8622497

Organisation: Meath Partnership

Organisation Website: www.meathpartnership.ie