Search Results for 'Continuing professional development'
11 results found.
PFH Training, in conjunction with the GRETB, Mervue, is hosting the CompTIA A+ certification training programme, running as a blended learning course (one workshop per week), with mentored online tutor support, over a 20 week period. This programme is free of charge to eligible candidates.
The KCI Manufacturing facility in Athlone has won the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Employer of the Year Award at the annual Engineers Ireland Excellence Awards.
Galway firm MCS Kenny, based in Galway Technology Park, Parkmore, has won the medium-sized category of the prestigious Engineers Ireland Continuing Professional Development Company of the Year title.
A Galway based company which is the world’s leading developer, manufacturer and marketer of less invasive medical devices, has won a major engineers award.
FÁS is providing a unique development opportunity to facilitate transitional executives, professionals, specialists, and people with senior supervisory experience to re-assess and review their current situation and identify and successfully develop realistic new strategies to meet the challenging demands of a changing labour market.
Carlow local authorities has become the latest local authority body to be awarded the prestigious CPD (Continuing Professional Development) accreditation from Engineers Ireland.
A Kilkenny-based company has been shortlisted for a prestigious award this week.
Athlone-based WYG Ireland has been short-listed for the prestigious Engineers Ireland Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Company of the Year Award 2009.
Castlebar-based JB Barry & Partners Limited has been shortlisted for the prestigious Engineers Ireland Continuing Professional Development Company of the Year Award 2009.
The importance of networking in these challenging times was backed up at the CIPD West gala dinner dance sponsored by CCP Recruitment for the eighth consecutive year, when more than 300 human resources and business representatives from a variety of private and public sector organisations throughout the western region gathered to honour their peers.