EGSA (Educational Guidance Service for Adults) aims to encourage all adults to engage in learning and to manage their careers. EGSA is committed to the view that learning enables adults to take control of their lives.
What does EGSA do?
EGSA is an independent organisation that delivers a range of services for adults who want to:
- engage in learning
- identify and develop new skills
- gain qualifications
- maximize potential
- plan and manage their careers
EGSA works with and for anyone interested in improving access to learning for adults, including:
- adult learners
- community and voluntary groups
- education providers
- trades unions
- public sector
Find out more about our:
- social economy venture
- partnerships and projects
- services to individuals
- services to organisations
- services to businesses
You can also read or download our 2009 – 2010 Annual Report.
Awards and Achievements
In 2004 EGSA was one of the first organisations in N Ireland to gain matrix accreditation – the national standard for any organisation that delivers information, advice and/or guidance on learning and work. EGSA was re-accredited in 2007 and 2010.
EGSA has been recognised as an Investor in People since 2006.
Structure, Governance and Management
Established in 1967, EGSA is a company limited by guarantee and a registered charity. It is governed by a Board of Directors which ensures that governance of EGSA represents best practice.