Mayfield Community Adult Learning Project (CALP):

Mayfield CALP was established under the auspices of Mayfield CDP Ltd in 1990.

C.A.L.P. has 3 main aims:

  1. To encourage and assist local adults to take up opportunities for further lifelong learning.
  2. To enable local people to become actively involved in their own learning and self-development, this will impact positively on family and community life.
  3. To provide a long term strategy for adult learning needs in the Mayfield community.

Courses on offer:

There is also an opportunity to run other short courses if the need is identified.

Key elements of courses:

  • Small group numbers
  • Low costChildcare available in adjacent Rainbow facility.
  • Courses run from September to December and January to June each year.
  • Courses are dependent on numbers and funding allocated.
  • Courses are funded by the Cork Education & Training Board (Cork ETB) and some accredited courses are funded by the Cork City Partnership Ltd (CCP).

This project is funded by the Cork Education & Training Board from the Department of Education & Science and is part of the Mayfield Integrated Community Development Project Ltd.  C.A.L.P. is registered with QQI to offer programmes leading to QQI awards in the National Framework of Qualifications.