Information on Services Provided to the Public

Education Services

Schools and PLC

Further Education and Training

LMETB Training Centre      

Adult Education


Youth Services         



LMETB Office Dundalk

LMETB Office Navan

How services can be accessed

Please click on the links above for contact details for these services


Cost to access services

As fees and charges vary from location to location and course to course, please contact the school or centre directly with any specific queries.

Administration of services

Louth and Meath ETB is responsible for establishing and maintaining these services, providing back office administrative support in the areas of Human Resources, Payroll, Educational Services and Finance. The front line services – teaching, training, instruction and guidance, plus all of the associated day-to-day management and clerical work – are delivered at all of our schools and centres throughout the two counties.


Review or appeal rights relating to such services

Schools – Section 29 Appeal Process

If a school decides to:

a) permanently exclude a pupil

b) suspend a pupil for a period which would bring the cumulative period of suspension to 20 school days in any one school year, or

c) refuse to enroll a child.

You can appeal this decision to LMETB. Here are the procedures that have to be followed, and here is the appeal application


Appeal Rights relating to the Student Grant Scheme – S.I. No 153 of 2016

Under Section 41 of the above Scheme, where an applicant is aggrieved by a determination of Louth & Meath Education & Training Board (LMETB) he or she may, pursuant to Section 20 of the Act, appeal against that determination to the designated appeals officer of LMETB. The appeals officer is located at our office at Abbey Road, Navan, Co. Meath. Under Section 20 of the Student Support Act 2011, the applicant must make the appeal to the appeals officer not later than 30 days after receipt of the notice of determination.


Appeals to Appeals Board

Under Section 42 of the above Scheme, where an applicant is aggrieved by a determination of the appeals officer of LMETB under section 20 (5) of the Act, he/she may, pursuant to section 21 of the Act appeal against that determination to the Appeals Board. The appeals officer will determine an appeal under Section 21 of the Student Support Act 2011 Act within 30 days.


The appeal must be made on an SGAB (Student Grants Appeals Board) Form and completed forms to be returned to the Student Grants Appeals Board, c/o Higher Equity of Access Section, Department of Education & Skills, Portlaoise Road, Tullamore, Co. Offaly.