21 Apr 2012

Dalmac Language School SCAM...SPANISH STUDENTS.... Anne McCrudden Recruits for Termination for RYANAIR...FOREIGN STUDENTS NOT TO TRUST Dalmac Language School...SCAM Your MONEY...They are IRISH EXPLOITERS Of YOUNG PEOPLE... http://www.dalmaclanguage.ie/ http://www.workforceintl.com/ http://www.dalmac.ie/ Escuela de idiomas en Dalmac Rush Irlanda son criminales..

Ryanairdontcare Campaign must inform any foreign students mainly Spanish students wishing to learn English to please stay away from Dalmac Language School in Rush Ireland....This company is working with Ryanair to Recruit and Terminate thousands of young people all over Europe that wish only to become cabin crew...Dalmac will charge these young people up to 3000 euro to train as cabin crew which will lead to termination...
Also the quality of English may not be suitable.Below is a article about Dalmac which foreign students must read and Dalmac was set up by Anne McCrudden....The three website below to avoid...




 Article below from a European Journalist......

We shall set up the questions about employment practise's Ryanair cabin crew, which, although legal, the stench of exploitation. While we all want cheap fares, do we really want them back The crew has been working for € 15 flight?Certainly not. The way these people are recruited, trained, tied to bank loans, contracted out and denied the basic salary seems to be little more than the combined form of slavery. If this is the true price of flights, and this - in our opinion - not worth it. YOUNG Eastern Europe lured WORK HERE AIR steward forced to work six weeks days to pay off the loan TRAININGNo sick pay for their own meals and uniform cleaning costs and earn a € 15 flightWhat is less likely to hear about some other ways that Ryanair cuts costs. In order to cushion profit margins from rising fuel costs and to offset increasing competition from rival companies, the airlines have the company to attract tens of Eastern Europe in this country. In places such as Latvia, where the average monthly salary is 300 € - one fourth of that obtained by the Irish workers on minimum wage - it is not difficult to convince young people, burning with desire to escape from poverty, grinding away the hills really greener. They are seduced by the promise of earning an annual salary of around € 20,000, or four or five times more than they could earn at home lifestyle jet-set, which guarantees them a premium for every time an aircraft, a 12-month contract with the internationalairlines, airline tickets and transfers to Ireland to train airline stewards, rooms with Irish families during training in Ireland, the health insurance reimbursement.Competition for a chance in life he wants. When recruiters come to the Hotel Radisson in the Latvian capital of Riga to interview potential candidates, they can see as many as 500 to 700 applicants a day. However, only 50 are selected during the five weeks to complete the course, which helps them qualify to work as an airline cabin crew. Applicants are represented in Latvia calls to Ryanair and recruitment company in Dublin, Dalmac. Based in Rush, Dalmac runs language courses that are approved by the Ministry of Education. Since opening the doors for business 15 years ago, the company became one of the leading players in the language, bringing vast numbers of young Spanish students to learn English every year.Dalmac is run by husband and wife team of Anne and Desmond McCrudden and their daughter, Laura, was also involved. The couple are also directors of a company called Workforce International Contractors Limited, which is a three-year contract for Ryanair cabin crew. This arrangement is of course turned out to be profitable for McCruddens. Anne and her husband own fleet of vehicles, including vans and two black eyes 04 Audi A4 convertible two-door sports car worth over € 50,000. Business blooms so that the couple have decided not to put their spacious house with four bedrooms, located on the main road leading to the house of Mrs. McCrudden town of Summit, on the market so that they can move on to more upscale neighbourhoods. The asking price for their home, situated on almost three quarters ², is € 650.000.Although the career woman, jet-setting, Ms McCrudden, 48, still manages to find time to play an active role in the local theatre group. She appeared in a major role in various productions, such as dancing at Lughnasa from Millbank Theatre in Rush Company. Flyers encouraging young Latvians in Ireland to train air stewards are distributed by the company Jartes. And according to Workforce International Director Anne McCrudden, Jartes is a medicine for your company. Training costs up to € 3000, said candidates must submit a completed registration form, four-colour photos, medical certificate, police certificate, two copies of passport and CV documents must be submitted in English, but the price of € 114 has Jartes provide English. Potential candidates are also said training costs € 2800 for a loan. However, until the signing of contracts of training recruits in Latvia with Dalmac were informed that the cost of the course is € 3000 and that they can cover premiums, using the 3000 € loan from Bank of Ireland. The loan is repayable over 12 months and must pay monthly instalments of € 276. However, the finer details of what they sign are lost on many of the application due to their poor command of English and the overwhelming enthusiasm for the good life for themselves.Not until I signed a contract with sister company Dalmac in Workforce International, to realise not everything is as it seems. The contract offered to them, that:. "This position is at any time, subject to the holding company contracts with Ryanair Ltd. In the case of a company losing a contract to provide personnel to the customer, the contract is automatically terminated," also discover that they are locked to work for Ryanair until they are Bank of Ireland loans are removed. But Bank of Ireland insists that this system is not valid.
Bank spokesman said: "This is the unsecured loans. It is organised in a different way than normal, and all parties are happy." It is difficult to determine what is irregular. This may not be a regular credit card. These people do not have a record of payment with you. This innovation in relation to how it was created, "he added. Meanwhile, after beating stiff competition to get a place on the course, candidates must pay to free flights to Ireland to them. They can fly for free only on Ryanair only when they are on your way to the base of Ryanair. As a result, some of the recruits end up paying as much as € 100 for the trip overland bus to connect with Ryanair. Furthermore, they must pay a € 750 deposit before leaving Latvia to cover accommodation and other costs, this study. This is refunded only if the trainee successfully completes the course. Those who have not suffered the same fate as travellers who yearn for your Ryanair flights. There are no refunds available. Then, on arrival in Dublin, trainees discover that their charming sounding international airline steward school is nothing more than a Portacabin. located on the back of the tongue in school Dalmac Main Street, Rush, conditions are not essential, the student forced to sit almost shoulder to shoulder in cramped classrooms. They are so closely packed, that those on the fight, of course, keep your eyes open, while many hard to concentrate due to lack of fresh air. Most of these students spend only a short lesson on board the aircraft prior to their final exam - but it qualifies as an airline steward, must They also spend three days on the practise flights with Ryanair. All interns must cover their own travel expenses to board the aircraft - which must come from a base outside of Ireland. "Do not pay a penny on stand-by" Once these young Europeans from the East finally complete training and practise, flights are offered an employment contract with Workforce International - and their working conditions are shameful. Instead of getting or € 800-1000 basic monthly salary that many of their counterparts in Ireland will receive € 20,000 salary, or thought that is, they are paid only for the actual flights they work - and the rates are dismal. They are paid miserly € 15 for flights of less than 105 minutes - an hour and three quarters - and they are only entitled to an additional 8 € for flights. However, do not have the right to pay for: at the airport an hour before the scheduled departure, the time they spend reporting to the office of Ryanair's head at the end of each working day, while sitting at home in full uniform waiting on stand-by to be called to work, "Force Majeure" non-working day . These days are allowed for absences due to unforeseen circumstances, in accordance with Irish law, all employees are entitled to five such days off per year with full pay, and is off work on sick leave. Instead, the workers have sickness benefit from social welfare, the cost uniforms clean air, which rent from the company for 30 € per month. Also, do not drink water, tea or coffee on board, and must pay for meals. They are, however, the commission earned on the sale of flight, are entitled to 30 € per eight-hour day can spend waiting Ryanair base at the airport in readiness for work, and they are paid a € 60 annual leave days. source stated: "These people work in continuous operation for six days.Waiting at home dressed in full uniform, waiting for the phone to ring and call on them to work, is part of their usual working week. "I do not pay a penny for it. It's only once in a blue moon that they will be on standby at the airport and it is because the company has to pay them for it. I think these people are completely used up." Both Ryanair and Workforce International denied that the Latvian workers to work below the national minimum wage. In a statement issued this weekend, Ryanair said the Workforce International employees contracted to work with the airlines insisted they were earning an annual salary of € 20,000. The company is not exposed to the fact that the Latvian workers are paid only on the basis of a-flight. Ryanair also denied that workers do not enjoy the same legal rights as Irish workers, who are five fully covered by 'force majeure' days. It was emphasised that the employees can get free water at Ryanair bases but not reported, or they could get free drinks on flights. Their employment contract must clearly specify that they look after their own cost of food on board. Meanwhile, a company spokesman said that, regardless of nationality, the employees are not paid for stand-by time spent at home waiting for a call to work. But the director of Workforce International Anne McCrudden not confirm that the people of the work commissioned by Ryanair did not receive a basic salary, which some of their Irish colleagues paid.She also said that the payment of € 750 deposit by Latvians before she completed the training course "for their own protection" "I said no unpaid" Jartes we mediator in Riga. We are not associated with them. They send people to talk, "said Ms McCrudden." I'm shocked, if they say in the literature that people get a basic salary. I did not tell anyone that they will receive a basic salary.Jartes better contact on the matter. The cost of training is € 3000 and do not know why you say € 2800. There is no one for less than minimum wage. Almost all of them will go out of € 19.000 or 20.000 €, she added. "We put 750 € deposit to their own protection. Loan will come into force until the last day of the course, and if they fail, they lose only € 750 instead of 3000 €. Deposit pays for accommodation, airport transfers, food, etc. These gains. We lose this, "she said.Ms McCrudden also denied that the conditions in the training centre were tight.
John said,   Join our Facebook Group below.http://www.facebook.com/pages/Ryanair-Dont-Care-campaign-RYANAIRDONTCARE/327346637276632 Also look at the video of my last peaceful protest outside Dalmac in Rush Ireland in 2011 below.Students wishing to learn English,this video is a car trying to end my peaceful protest... Escuela de idiomas en Dalmac Rush Irlanda son criminaleshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=07glwX5eJCY

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