Brennan, Seamus

Thursday, 20 February 1992

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 416 No. 1

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Written Answers. - Examination Fee Refund.

Was asked: if a person (details supplied) in County Kerry is entitled to a refund of £200 which he paid to sit the leaving certificate in a school (details supplied) in County Kerry, in November 1990.More Button

The fee of £200 which the Deputy refers to is the fee paid by a candidate who remains in school in order to repeat the leaving certificate examination. The fee is made up of two components. A sum of £...More Button

Written Answers. - Gaeltacht Course Application.

Was asked: if he will assist a person (details supplied) in Dublin 12 whose daughter is very anxious to attend either a Gaeltacht course or the two week course in the Gael-Linn College in Merrion Square, Dublin ...More Button

My Department does not provide scholarships for attendance at courses referred to by the Deputy. As I indicated in my reply to a Parliamentary Question of 19 February 1992, my Department subsidises tu...More Button

Written Answers. - Leixlip (Kildare) College.

Was asked: if his attention has been drawn to the fact that (a) 75 per cent of the accommodation at Confey College, Leixlip, County Kildare, consists of prefabricated temporary structures, (b) statutory health, ...More Button

The planning of the new facilities to replace prefabricated accommodation at Confey College is nearing completion but I am not in a position at this stage to say when construction will commence. Ever...More Button

Written Answers. - ESF Grant Qualification.

Was asked: if a person (details supplied) in County Kildare, who has completed a diploma course in manufacturing engineering at Dublin Institute of Technology, Bolton Street, Dublin, and has been offered a furth...More Button

European Social Fund maintenance grants are paid to those pursuing certificate and diploma level courses in vocational education committee third level colleges. The scheme does not extend to degree l...More Button

Written Answers. - Finglas (Dublin) Juvenile Detention Centre.

Was asked: if he will outline the progress which has been made in the provision of a detention centre in Finglas, Dublin 11 for juvenile girls; and when he expects the facility to be opened.More Button

The planning process for the new special centre for girls at Finglas is now at an advanced stage and it is expected that construction work will commence about the middle of this year. The facility is ...More Button

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