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Employment _ Assistance in finding Employment

Assistance in finding Employment

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There are a number of organisation which can assist a disabled person nfind employment. We have provided information about these organisations below;

FAS logo

FAS is the National Training and Employment Authority of Ireland. FÁS anticipates the needs of, and responds to, a constantly changing labour market which employs over 2 million people. Through a regional network of 66 offices and 20 training centres, FÁS operates training and employment programmes; provides a recruitment service to jobseekers and employers, an advisory service for industry, and supports community-based enterprises.

Source: FAS national website

Address: Island House, Cathedral Square, Galway
Telephone: 091-534400
Fax: 091-562718
Email: info@fas.ie
Website: FAS national website

IASE logo

IASE promotes equal employment opportunities for people with disabilities through the following measures:


To provide information to encourage the employment of people with disabilities.

People with Disabilities:

To advise, advocate and guide people with disabilities to the relevant supports available.

Policy Makers:

To influence policy and its implementation regarding employment opportunities for people with disabilities..

Public Awareness:

To educate, inform, and create awareness about the positive aspects of employing people with disabilities.

Professional Development:

To provide education, information, and training on employment to professionals working with people with disabilities


What IASE Do ?

Who do IASE work with ?

IASE work in collaboration with representatives from the following areas:

Source: IASE website

Galway Supported Employment
Contact: Michael Fleming
Operational Area: Galway City & County
Address: Failte House, John Paul Centre, Ballybane, Galway
Telephone: 091 755235 Mobile: 086 8296901
Email: michaelfleming@galway.brothersofcharity.ie

National Headquarters

National Address: IASE, 3 Broadhaven House, Lwr Barrack Street, Belmullet, Co. Mayo, Ireland.
Telephone: (097) 82894
Fax: (097) 82895 
E-Mail: info@iase.ie


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