Welcome to CEEDS
CEEDS are currently in the process of working towards complying with the Governance Code
ARE YOU UNEMPLOYED?.. Do you need Information on Social Welfare Services, training for a new career, or help with your C.V./cover letter to help you get that new job? We are here to help.
The Clondalkin Centre for the Unemployed, situated in Aras Rualach, was established in 1991 to help address the problem of long term unemployment in Clondalkin by providing services to local people who wanted help to improve their employment prospects. CEEDS is five mintues from Liffey Valley Shopping Centre and the N4.
Initially offering core services such as CV preparation and typing, fax and job advertisements, we have consistently developed our range of services and have become synonomous with providing quality community based services. We also offer information on Social Welfare entitlements, assistance with form filling, and our information staff can make calls or inquiries on your behalf if necessary. Dont be alone in trying to deal with unemployment & the difficulties it presents, let us help. Follow this link to our welfare rights page.
Since 1998 when we began to offer locally based training, we have led the way in community based training, developing a variety of certified training programmes.
CCU Ltd now Trading As CEEDS continues to provide support to the local community and endeavours to meet the changing needs of our clients. We are committed to the ongoing development and improvement of our services and programmes.
CEEDS offers a warm and welcoming environment. We operate from a community development ethos and encourage the local community to see this service as their own.
We are FETAC, ECDL and ECDL Advanced accredited and we are approved on the FAS National Register of Trainers. We have also run training through the UK accrediting body (JEB / EDI) and National University of Ireland Maynooth (NUIM).
The Irish Congress of Trade Unions launched a study report on the 20th February 2012 detailing the impact of cuts to the Community Sector- Downsizing the Community Sector
The report has been published by the Community Sector Committee of Congress and shows that since the onset of the crisis, the sector has experienced cuts of between 17% and 54%. view the report here
Thank you for visiting our website and we hope you find our services useful.