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GRETB launches strategy statement

Thu, Jun 23, 2022

GRETB Board members and staff at the launch of GRETB’s 2022-2026 Strategy Statement.
Back Row L-R - Mr. Daniel Cronin, Brenda Gaughan, Director of OSD, GRETB, Cllr, Noel Larkin, Cllr. Peter Roche, Cllr. John Cummins, Cllr. Kathleen Shanagher, Ms. Mary Mullarkey, Cllr. Mary Hoade, Mr. Tomás Ó Nidh, Ms. Bernadette Costello 
Front Row sitting - L-R:  Cllr. Karey McHugh Farag, Cllr. Terry O’Flaherty, David Leahy, Chief Executive, GRETB, Cllr. Michael Maher, Chairperson GRETB, Ms. Jean Beswick- Duignan, Cllr. Thomas Welby, Sinéad Morgan, Director of FET, GRETB.
 Photo:- Mike Shaughnessy

Galway and Roscommon ETB has launched its strategy statement for 2022-2026. It sets out the ETB’s mission over the next five years to provide, develop and support education, training and youth services which empower people to reach their potential and to contribute to society.

The strategy is guided by the ETB’s vision to lead in the provision of high quality, innovative, inclusive and responsive education and training programmes for the people in Galway and Roscommon.

Key priorities will be the enhancement of education and training provision and the development of innovative and responsive programmes to meet new employment needs. A number of strategic goals and objectives have been outlined under four key pillars – people, programmes, processes and potential.


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