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Access Service

LIT Access Service works in partnership with the Northside Family Resource Centre and linked schools to deliver the Go4IT programme. This programme aims to introduce the concept of lifelong learning and show that education has a real purpose.
The main objectives of the Go4IT programme are:

  • To facilitate increased access to third-level education by young people from the linked areas
  • To raise awareness of educational options for young people and their families
  • To provide young people with a positive experience of third-level education
  • To support young people to reach their full educational potential
  • To break down barriers and misconceptions the participants and their families may have in relation to third-level education
  • To demonstrate that third-level education is a welcoming and supportive place.

The first year of this programme begins in sixth class at primary school. Once the student enters secondary school, the programme works to support their transition and continue to engage them in experiential activities until they complete their Leaving Certificate.
For an overview and highlights of the Go4IT programme, please see the below video:        


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