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Athlone Training Centre boosting skills

22nd May, 2016
Councillor Aengus ORourke with John Costello, manager of the Athlone Training Centre

Athlone Training Centre won the Professional Service Provider of the Year award at Athlone Chamber Business Awards in April.

“Athlone Training Centre is part of Longford and Westmeath Education and Training Board (LWETB). It is the leading provider of skills training to meet the current needs of all sectors of industry in the midlands area,” said training centre manager John Costello.

“Last year, over 2,000 learners successfully completed courses relevant to local business...

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