On 19 September 2014 the Department of Education and Skills submitted its 9th application for EU co-funding under the EGF for a programme of guidance, training, education and enterprise supports for up to 424 persons made redundant from late 2013 to mid-2014 at the former aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul facility of Lufthansa Technik Airmotive Ireland (LTAI) in Rathcoole, Co. Dublin and additionally for up to 200 unemployed young persons under the age of 25 years who are not currently in education, training or employment in the region. The EGF programme, which received final approval from the EU authorities in April 2015, ran until 19 September 2016.
Further information about this EGF Programme can be accessed by following the link provided below.
Implementation reports on the Lufthansa Technik EGF programme can be seen below:
An EGF Consultative Forum has been set up to assist in the implementation of, and to maximise participation in the EGF programme. Minutes of Forum meetings can be seen below. The 3rd LTAI Consultative Forum was expanded to incorporate the recently approved PWAI EGF programme.
A final report on the EGF programme was submitted by the EGF Managing Authority to the European Commission on 16 March 2017. It is accessible at the link below:
An analysis of the labour market status of redundant worker and young NEET beneficiaries one year after the end of EGF programme implementation, in September 2017, including a breakdown by gender and occupational category of worker, can be seen below:
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