A Galway driving school which has been advertising with the Galway Advertiser classifieds since the first edition in 1970 is marking its 45th year in business this year.
Graham’s School of Motoring was founded in 1969 by Frank Graham and the tradition of quality tuition has been handed down to the next generation to his son Alan. A few years ago, Alan was the first person in Ireland to be presented with the Approved Driving Instructor (ADI) Certificate by RSA chairman Gay Byrne.
Galway-based medical device and drug delivery company Aerogen has announced that it is creating thirteen new high-tech positions at its base in Dangan.
The new recruits will join the company’s fast-growing team of more than 60 science, business and engineering graduates, many educated to PhD level, with the workforce expected to hit 80 by the end of the year.
ManagementWorks, an initiative by the state agency Skillnets, provides a range of subsidised training programmes to SMEs under the Government’s Action Plan for Jobs. Over 700 business people are currently participating on ManagmentWorks Programmes across the country and are already seeing the concrete impact it is having on company performance.
ManagementWorks will be bringing their high impact Business Growth programme back to the Galway area in March 2014 along with their new building Financial Capability programme.