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October 2018

Cavan Monaghan ETB recruit for HGV, Forklift and Bus Driving Courses

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Cavan Monaghan ETB is currently recruiting for a range of driving programme that will help learners secure jobs in the freight and passenger transport industries.  This range of employment support programmes offer persons seeking employment an excellent opportunity to acquire the skills, knowledge and receive support to secure employment as drivers in transport businesses throughout Cavan and Monaghan.

image of a bus driver at the steering wheel

Bus driver in cockpit at the wheel driving

Cavan Monaghan ETB has been working closely with the transport training company Swilly Group and local employers to develop programmes that will deliver jobs in the border area.  Current programmes include Forklift Driving, HGV-Rigid, HGV-Artic and Bus Driving. All of these programmes incorporate a healthy mix of theoretical learning, practical skills training and a period of work placement with a local employer.  The programmes are ideal for learners wishing to follow a career in driving.

Leo Mallen, CMETB said “We have been liaising with employers in Cavan and Monaghan for some time now, to understand their specific employment needs”.  “We feel we have a range of programmes that will provide the learners with the skills and competences that employers want but also a number of industry specific qualifications recognised by employers”.  Leo continued, “The learners will also receive job seeking support from a qualified jobs coach and we are very confident that there will be a high job placement from this programme”.

According to the report Addressing the demands for Skills Freight Transport, Distribution and Logistics Sector in Ireland, 2015-2020 published in 2015 by the Expert Group on Future Skills Needs (EGFSN) identified a significant demand for HGV Drivers and other occupations within the sector. The CMETB driving programmes have been specifically designed to meet these growing needs.

Courses are scheduled to start in Cavan and Monaghan in October and November.  Places are limited to 16 per course and anyone interested is advised to register their interest early to avoid disappointment.

Click here to register your interest in the HGV-Artic Driving Course.

Click here to register your interest in the HGV-Rigid Course.

Click here to register your interest in the Bus Driving Course.

Click here to register your interest in the Forklift Truck Operator Course.

Learners can receive further information on any of the CMETB driving programmes, call (074) 91 51212 or email karl@swillygroup.com.

Festival Management and Sound Production Traineeship

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Loughlinstown training Centre, part of the Dublin Dun Laoghaire ETB, is currently recruiting for their new Festival Management and Sound Production Traineeship.  This exciting new programme will offer persons seeking employment an excellent opportunity to acquire the skills, knowledge and receive support to secure employment within the Festival and Event industry.

Loughlinstown Training Centre has been working closely with the training companies Sound Training College, Swilly Group and local employers to develop programmes that will deliver jobs in the Tourism Industry.  Recently developed programmes include Festival Management and Local and National Tour Guiding.  All of these programmes incorporate a healthy mix of theoretical learning, practical skills training and a period of work placement with a local employer.  The programmes are ideal for learners wishing to follow a career in Festival Management.

Feedback from employers familiar with the course has been very positive thus far.
The entertainment industry employs as many people in Ireland as Google, Apple, Yahoo and Twitter combined.” – Denis Desmond, of MCD Productions.

The Festival Management and Sound Production course gives students a real world understanding of the live event industry.  We continue to use graduates to staff our events on a regular basis.” – Brian Gormally, of Sherpa Events.

Derek Elders, Loughlinstown Training Centre, said “We have been liaising with employers in Dublin to understand their specific employment needs”.  “We feel that our programmes will provide the learners with the skills and competences that employers want but also a number of industry specific qualifications recognised by employers”.  Derek continued, “The learners will also receive job seeking support from a qualified jobs coach and we are very confident that there will be a high job placement from this programme”.

Courses are scheduled to start in South Dublin in November.  Places are limited to 16 per course and anyone interested is advised to register their interest early to avoid disappointment.

Click here to register your interest in the Festival Management and Sound Production Traineeship.

Learners can receive further information on any of the courses at Loughlinstown Training Centre by contacting the course recruitment department at the Loughlinstown Training Centre by phone on (0)1-204 3600 or by email on llrecruit@ddletb.ie.

Local and National Tour Guiding

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Loughlinstown training Centre, part of the Dublin Dun Laoghaire ETB, is currently recruiting for their new Local and National Tour Guiding programme.  This exciting new programme will offer persons seeking employment an excellent opportunity to acquire the skills, knowledge and receive support to secure employment within the Tourism industry.

Loughlinstown Training Centre has been working closely with the training company Swilly Group and local employers to develop programmes that will deliver jobs in Tourism.  Recently developed programmes include Festival Management and Sound Production Management and Local and National Tour Guiding.  All of these programmes incorporate a healthy mix of theoretical learning, practical skills training and a period of work placement with a local employer.  The programmes are ideal for learners wishing to follow a career in tourism.

Feedback from learners who have completed the Local and National Tour Guiding Course has been very positive thus far.

I thought I knew Dublin and Ireland already, but since starting this course I have learnt an enormous amount of new information about the city and country”, Mike Smith.

Doing this course is essential for anyone contemplating entering the tourism/hospitality sector as it contains the necessary tools and information to start or further your career”, Gillian Murphy.

I am delighted with the course in Tour Guiding. It is teaching me so much in a short space of time”, Sheila Daly.

Derek Elders, Loughlinstown Training Centre, said “We have been liaising with employers in Dublin to understand their specific employment needs”.  “We feel that our tourism programmes will provide the learners with the skills and competences that employers want but also a number of industry specific qualifications recognised iby employers”.  Derek continued, “The learners will also receive job seeking support from a qualified jobs coach and we are very confident that there will be a high job placement from this programme”.

Courses are scheduled to start in South Dublin in November.  Places are limited to 16 per course and anyone interested is advised to register their interest early to avoid disappointment.

Click here to register your interest in the Local and National Tour Guiding.

Learners can receive further information on any of the courses at Loughlinstown Training Centre by contacting the course recruitment department by phone on (0)1-204 3600 or by email on llrecruit@ddletb.ie.

Donegal ETB recruit for HGV and Bus Driving Courses

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Donegal ETB is currently recruiting for their HGV-Rigid and Bus Driving with Tourism Visitor Care programmes that will help learners secure jobs in the freight and passenger transport industries respectively.  These employment support programmes offer persons seeking employment an excellent opportunity to acquire the skills, knowledge and receive support to secure employment as drivers in transport businesses throughout Donegal and further afield.

All of the driving programmes incorporate a healthy mix of theoretical learning, practical skills training and a period of work placement with a local employer.  The programmes are ideal for learners wishing to follow a career in driving.

Tara McGuire, recruitment officer with Donegal ETB said “this is an excellent opportunity for those who wish to pursue a career in the transport industry, particularly for those who wish to work locally here in Donegal”. “All freight has to be brought in and out via road transport”. “There also appears to be lots of opportunity in the passenger transport industry”. “Bus Eireann are currently in the middle of a recruitment drive”.  Tara continued, “The really great thing about these driving courses is that the learner will gain additional qualifications that are highly sought after by employers.”

According to the report Addressing the demands for Skills Freight Transport, Distribution and Logistics Sector in Ireland, 2015-2020 published in 2015 by the Expert Group on Future Skills Needs (EGFSN) identified a significant demand for HGV Drivers and other occupations within the sector. The Donegal ETB driving programmes have been specifically designed to meet these growing needs.

Donegal ETB is currently recruiting for the HGV-Rigid and Bus Driving courses scheduled to start in Letterkenny in November.  Places are limited to 16 per course and anyone interested is advised to register their interest early to avoid disappointment.

Click here to register your interest in the Heavy Good Vehicle (HGV) Driving Course.

Click here to register your interest in the Bus Driving with Tourism Visitor Care Course.

Learners can receive further information on any of the courses at Donegal ETB by contacting course recruitment at the Letterkenny Training Centre by phone on (074) 91 20500 or by email on coursesdonegaltc@donegaletb.ie.

Specific Skills Training is co-funded by the Government of Ireland and the European Social Fund as part of the ESF Programme for Employability, Inclusion and Learning (PEIL) 2014-2020.  🇮🇪️🇪🇺️

Loughlinstown Training Centre recruit for Driving Programmes

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Loughlinstown Training Centre, part of Dublin Dun Laoghaire ETB, is currently recruiting for a range of driving programme that will help learners secure jobs in the freight and passenger transport industries.  This range of employment support programmes offer persons seeking employment an excellent opportunity to acquire the skills, knowledge and receive support to secure employment as drivers in transport businesses throughout Dublin and Leinster.

image of a bus driver at the steering wheel

Loughlinstown Training Centre has been working closely with the transport training company Swilly Group and local employers to develop programmes that will deliver jobs in the Dublin and surrounding area.  Current programmes include HGV-Rigid, HGV-Artic and Bus Driving.  All of these programmes incorporate a healthy mix of theoretical learning, practical skills training and a period of work placement with a local employer.  The programmes are ideal for learners wishing to follow a career in driving.

Derek Elders, Loughlinstown Training Centre said “We have been liaising with employers in Dublin to understand their specific employment needs”.  “We feel we have a range of programmes that will provide the learners with the skills and competences that employers want but also a number of industry specific qualifications recognised by employers”.  Derek continued, “The learners will also receive job seeking support from a qualified jobs coach and we are very confident that there will be a high job placement from this programme”.

According to the report Addressing the demands for Skills Freight Transport, Distribution and Logistics Sector in Ireland, 2015-2020 published in 2015 by the Expert Group on Future Skills Needs (EGFSN) identified a significant demand for HGV Drivers and other occupations within the sector. The Loughlinstown Training Centre driving programmes have been specifically designed to meet these growing needs.

Courses are scheduled to start in South Dublin in November.  Places are limited to 16 per course and anyone interested is advised to register their interest early to avoid disappointment.

Click here to register your interest in the HGV-Rigid course.

Click here to register your interest in the HGV-Artic course.

Click here to register your interest in the Bus Driving course.

Learners can receive further information on any of the courses at Loughlinstown Training Centre by contacting the course recruitment department at the Loughlinstown Training Centre by phone on (0)1-204 3600 or by email on llrecruit@ddletb.ie.