Your views about Further Education

We are looking for your views about Further Education, we have developed two short surveys.

One survey is for our adult members and the other is for any member who is still in secondary school. Some people may be able to complete the survey alone, others may need some help or someone to complete the survey on their behalf.

Why do we need this?

Down Syndrome Ireland believes access to Further Education should be widespread and that students should have more choices after they leave secondary school.

We are currently seeking meetings about Further Education with Government Ministers and providers of Further Education. It is vital that we present the views and opinions of our members at these meetings.

It is very important that we get your input on this issue. This will help shape decisions on Further Education strategies and policies.

In order to do this, we are asking students with Down syndrome in secondary school and adults with Down syndrome to complete a survey:

This is a short survey, and it should take no longer than 5 minutes to complete.

This survey is completely anonymous, so no personal data will be shared.

If you have any questions, please contact Lisa Martin, Head of Adult Education.

Below are the links to the surveys:

Survey for people currently in secondary school

Survey for adults

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