Enterprise & Tourism

The sustainability, vibrancy and future of our rural areas is directly linked to the existence of a range of different indigenous businesses within rural communities.

Enabling Employment

SECAD’s employment service aims to you guide towards the right supports depending on your needs and circumstances.

We aim to better equip you as a jobseeker, to avail of job opportunities including training and/or work placements to facilitate your return to employment or self- employment.

Community Development

SECAD Partnership works together with local communities, partner organisations and central and local government to meet local needs and support the development and evolution of the community sector.

 

Community Work Placement

SECAD Partnership works with unemployed people/jobseekers to match them with suitable work placement opportunities in groups across communities.

Work placements aim to benefit the participant and the voluntary organisations in which they work.

Environment

Living in a good quality environment is an essential element of a sustainable community.

Through our Wild Work initiative we collaborate with communities, environment focused organisations and partners to initiate practical environmental actions and sustainable local development.

Corporate & Business Opportunities

SECAD Partnership works across the corporate sector, government and communities to help bridge gaps and manage the often complex allocation of public or private funds aimed at meeting local needs and stimulating rural and community development.

SECAD Partnership provides a range of innovative and effective rural development and social inclusion supports to motivate and empower local communities to create a more vibrant, sustainable and inclusive society.

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TWITTER

Karen Flemming representing Network Cork today and outlining the importance of Networking at the
Women’s Rural Entrepreneurial Network (WREN) showcase with @SECADCork , @rubiconcentre @BallyhouraDev & @CIT_ie
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https://t.co/dU5PHFW35W

“Take the time to network” Thank you to Karen Fleming from the Cork Branch of Network Ireland for an engaging address on enterprise networking to our WREN participants. #enterprise #networking

Excellent presentations from WREN Programme participants this morning, bright futures ahead for these inspiring female entrepreneurs! #FemaleEntrepreneurs #Enterprise #innovation

Frances Doyle outliningWRENprog. WellDone to all on your showcase @SECADCork @BallyhouraDev @rubiconcentre @hamcguirk @bredaks @CIT_Business

#hinetwork Healthy Ireland event highlights the importance of working with local partners and through a local partnership approach. The next step will be to design the process of partnership so that it can be sustained beyond individual actions and events into ongoing action

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Contact

SECAD Partnership CLG
Midleton Community Enterprise Centre, Owennacurra Business Park,
Knockgriffin, Midleton, Co. Cork, P25 Y893

+353 21 4613432

info@secad.ie