Information and Data Management

Programme and Learner Support System (PLSS) 

PLSS is Tipperary Education and Training Board’s (TETB’s) main information and data management system designed to manage course scheduling through the national course calendar (NCC), learner applications and data, funding applications, evaluation and reporting.

Courses scheduled on the NCC can be accessed through

A range of information storage/document repository systems are also in place, both to address current and future as well as legacy needs.


Sharepoint is used to host TETB’s validated programmes and RAP reports. These are password protected. The improvement plan for 2019 intends to expand Sharepoint as a staff portal, to enhance the communications of routine information about QA.


TETB’s website is home to a large amount of information relating to TETB including its QA policies and procedures, schools, centres, programmes and courses.

Data Protection & Freedom of Information

TETB has a unit dedicated to corporate governance which includes responsibility for oversight of data protection, freedom of information and risk management.

Data protection policies and procedures are in place and are being currently reviewed to comply with legislation. Access to databases is by named and authorised personnel only for the purposes of entering data in local centres and for reporting as appropriate at local centres or centrally within TETB.  For more information on data protection within TETB, please click here

TETB has developed Freedom of Information policies and procedures to comply with legislation and learners are informed of their right to request any data pertaining to them. For more information on freedom of information click here

TETB recognises the volume of potential data sources available to support FET services and further acknowledges the role of data for  strategic planning. Greater analysis of this data in the future is undoubtedly needed and TETB intends to explore ways to improve this. The FET Senior Managment Team will commence this work in 2018 and this will be an ongoing developmental project.