Intro IT

Students with no experience of computers and the internet commence by completing the ICS Equalskills course. It covers basic computer skills and is an introduction to desktops, documents, using the internet and email. Learn more


The New ECDL is a means of indicating that you have acquired the basic skills to use a computer in a wide variety of modules, each module provides a practical programme of up-to-date skills and knowledge areas, validated by a test. Learn more


Students learn how to author and design a website from the basics using HTML5 and CSS3, upload and maintain the website as well as creating graphics for logo’s and website layout.

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Student becomes competent in core computer hardware and operating technologies. This includes installation, configuration, diagnosing, preventative maintenance and basic networking.  Learn more

Course Certification

All our courses are certified

The courses in HSE EVE GHIS are linked to different certification bodies such as:
The logo for ICS skills organisation ICS Skills caters for the ‘New ECDL’ and ‘Advanced ECDL’ certification.
The logo for CDETB organisation CDETB caters for Second Level, Further Education and Adult Education programmes and services.
 QQI Award logo QQI  caters for all courses on QQI Level 3, QQI Level 4 and QQI Level 5.
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Why train with us?

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We provide comprehensive, supported & certified computer training and general education to people with a wide range of disabilities.

The training embodies a holistic approach, ensuring that learners are equipped with the vocational and personal skills necessary to fulfill their potential in the workforce or in further education.

Who are we?

GHIS offers Rehabilitative, Social and Vocational training programmes for a wide range of students specialising in Computer Applications and IT Support. It now functions under CDETB as part of their Specialist Training Services within their Community Services Programme. GHIS is an accredited training centre approved to run courses by ECDL and CDETB. On completion of each module, where applicable learners will be prepared for assessments. If successful, learners will be awarded the appropriate certificate. Learn more The logo for HSE organisation The logo for EVE organisation

Where are we located?

HSE EVE GHIS, Brú Chaoimhín Campus, EVE Building, Cork St, Dublin 8, Ireland

Luas to Cork Street:

Luas Red Line Get the Luas to the Fatima Stop on the Red Line and walk to Cork Street from there. It is the stop after St. James Hospital when coming from town. Check the map.

Buses To Cork Street:

Dublin Bus – From City Centre

Dame Street – Bus Stop 334 – at the Ulster Bank
27 – Get off the second bus stop on Cork Street then walk up to ‘Brú Chaoimhín’
151 – Bus stops right outside ‘Brú Chaoimhín’
77A – Bus stops right outside ‘Brú Chaoimhín’
College Green, Suffolk Street – Bus Stop 4522
56A – Bus stops right outside ‘Brú Chaoimhín’
Dame Street, South George’s Street – Bus Stop 1934
56A – Bus stops right outside ‘Brú Chaoimhín’


Useful Links

Employer Disability Information

As part of the impending launch of the Irish Government funded project Employer Disability Information service, we are launching a website is a central web-based information resource targeted specifically at employers in Ireland incorporating guidance and best practice on employing persons with disabilities.

Employer Disability Information website link

Employer Disability Information website link