Through its work in communities and interaction with community based services in towns and smaller settlements, SECAD responds to a need for improved communication and information sharing across community groups and services.
Many providers have developed independently and provide excellent services. However, in 2018 through the development of tailored Community Networks SECAD will seek to enhance, but not replace, current service provision whilst improving coordination and communication between services.
Specifically, SECAD will endeavour to establish networks as appropriate which connect and represent all sections of community, statutory, voluntary and private sector services that have an impact on the social inclusion capacity of communities. Ultimately, a more integrated way of community working should help improve community access to services, improve community capacity, and the entrenchment of issues at local community level.
NEWS & EVENTS
Fourteen projects in communities overseen by SECAD Partnership CLG across South and West Cork were awarded LEADER funding this week. The projects were identified as most in need of support under the LEADER programme 2014-2020…read more
‘Meet the Founder’ networking event at Midleton Community Enterprise Centre brought together twenty participants from SECAD’s Women’s Rural Entrepreneurial Network (WREN) and six female entrepreneurs and business women from Cork’s local business community.read more
Are you out of work and looking to enter/re-enter the work force? Are you interested in working as a care assistant in a care home, community setting or a hospital? Maybe you are considering other career options?read more
SECAD Partnership CLG
Midleton Community Enterprise Centre, Owennacurra Business Park,
Knockgriffin, Midleton, Co. Cork, P25 Y893
+353 21 4613432