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Two-thirds of JobFit Skills initiative participants go further

Rehab’s innovative JobFit programme, which operated a centre in Kilkenny between August 2010 and March 2011, has revealed that 69 per cent of participants on the employment and training skills course in the city got a job or progressed on to further education or training.

JobFit Athlone gains employment for more than half the participants

Rehab’s innovative JobFit programme which operated a centre in Athlone between August 2010 and March 2011 has revealed today that 54 per cent of participants on the employment and training skills course in the town got a job or progressed on to further education or training. A total of 160 people who were unemployed enrolled in the centre and outcomes of participants were tracked up to October 31.

Rehabs JobFit participants enjoy career progress

Rehab’s innovative JobFit programme, which operated a centre in Castlebar between August 2010 and June 2011, has reported that 54 per cent of participants on the employment and training skills course in the town went on to secure a job or progressed on to further education or training. A total of 205 people who were unemployed enrolled in the centre and outcomes of participants were tracked up to October 31, 2011.

Three hundred work placements available for experienced Galway professionals

Experienced and professional individuals in Galway who are eager to rejoin the workforce have the opportunity to take up some 300 work placements provided by Begin Again (www.beginagain.ie), a career advancement programme developed by the Irish Centre for Business Excellence (ICBE).

Mayor presents awards to JobFit Castlebar participants

JobFit Castlebar this week celebrated the successful completion by participants of the training programme at an awards ceremony held at Breaffy House Hotel, where the Mayor of Castlebar, Councillor Ger Deere presented certificates.

New Ballinasloe academy offerings butcher training for Mayo unemployed

Well known Ballinasloe butcher Joe Hayes is the driving force behind the National Butchery Academy which is offering 50 places for unemployed people on a new Industrial Meat Processing course starting in January. The National Butchery Academy was recently launched by Eamon O Cuív TD, Minister for Social Protection, and applicants are expected from the entire region including Mayo which has a strong tradition in the meat industry.

Ballinasloe butcher set to chop 50 off the New Year unemployment line

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A Ballinasloe butcher has launched a National Butchery Academy with the aim of taking up to 50 unemployed people and training them up in the all things meaty.

Skills training programme a success in Mayo

A local free skills training programme based in Castlebar has been celebrating success in recent weeks as more and more participants have secured employment and further training and education through the initiative.

New job and training service launched in Mayo

JobFit, a new local initiative to support people to upskill or retrain and get a job or move on to further education or training, was officially launched today (Friday October 22) by Mayo manager James Horan and Mayor Ger Deere in a celebration event in the Harlequin Hotel, Castlebar.

JobFit officially launched

JobFit, a new local initiative to support people to upskill or retrain and get a job or move on to further education or training, was officially launched yesterday, Thursday October 28 at a celebration event in the JobFit centre by Mayor of Athlone Town Council, Sheila Buckley Byrne.

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