CTC would be very intersted in working with new partners in ERASMUS+ callsCTC has a very impressive track record in acquiring research funding and delivering high quality results.

Since 1992 CTC has been involved in over 100 pure and applied research projects. This has led to many excellent products, training programmes, and research project reports.

We want to add to this and continue and expand this important work with new and current clients and partners.


EPA_Research_Report_-128 (2)In Ireland, CTC has worked with many government agencies, local authorities and private organisations delivering high quality results.

CTC’s project management skills are proven, meeting deadlines and delivering product. The guaranteed continuity of CTC, as part of CIT, and the range of skills of its staff, make the Centre an ideal candidate for environment-related projects and research. CTC’s reputation can open many doors for our researchers and the impact of our projects on national policy and legislation has been considerable.

We have also been heavily involved in managing several programmes under the National Waste Prevention Programme. Currently we manage the   Stop Food Waste,  and Local Authority Prevention Network Programmes. In the past we managed the Green Business, Green Healthcare, and Green Hospitality Programmes (which have all now closed).

Currently we are working with the The Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine and several companies on the Savour Food East Cork and Savour Food II Projects. We have developed many excellent relationships and a huge range of knowledge and experience on research efficiency from this and other work.

CTC is keen to work with partners and clients on national projects. Contact Tadhg Coakley for more information…

See here for more details of CTC Project work.


IUSES was an Intelligent Energy Europe project where CTC trained teachers and transition year students about energy awarenessIn Europe and internationally CTC has worked with many Directorates of the European Commission and with over 120 partners from 40 countries.

We have worked on many different programmes and topics, from pure research, to training, to capacity building.

CTC is especially proficient in proposal development and report writing and being native English speakers is a big boost.

CTC is keen to partner like minded organisations from different countries for EU funded work. We have also built many useful networks and contacts in every EU Member State, if other partners are required.
Contact Tadhg Coakley for more information…

See here for more details of CTC Project work.

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