CDETB Statement of Strategy 2020-2025.

January 28, 2020

We, the City of Dublin Education and Training Board (CDETB), are inviting staff, learner, parent and stakeholder input into developing the organisation’s Statement of Strategy 2020-2025.

Who we are

CDETB operates 23 schools and colleges, 10 Youthreach Centres, two Training Centres, and an Adult Education Service operating in five separate areas across the city.  We also provide an education service in seven Prisons and fund a range of Community Training Centres and Local Training Initiatives.

This provision is delivered by over 3,200 staff to up to 30,000 learners (12,000 full-time and 17,500 part-time) and is supported by services that include a school psychological service, a curriculum development unit, a buildings maintenance unit and an administration in CDETB Head Office in Ballsbridge.

CDETB is responsible for CDYSB which provides and funds youth work services across the city of Dublin.

CDETB is also responsible for the national awarding authority for student grants in Ireland, Student Universal Support Ireland (SUSI).


Staff views are currently being surveyed by email questionnaire. If you are a CDETB staff member and have not received your questionnaire please contact your manager.


Our students are also being surveyed. If you are a student in a CDETB school, college or centre and have not received a questionnaire please contact your Principal to express your interest.


If your child attends a CDETB school and you are interested in being added to the survey please contact your Principal to express your interest.


If you are a partner organisation or individual working with CDETB across the city of Dublin and would like to be part of our survey please email


Questionnaires will be live until the mid-term break, 17th February 2020.

If you have any questions or comments to assist this process please email

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