Blended learning helps CETB students continue their studies

CETB has taken numerous steps to ensure that its more than 30,000 students continue to be well catered for while the pandemic is ongoing, writes Arlene Harris

19th September, 2020
Blended learning helps CETB students continue their studies
John Fitzgibbon, director of CETB: staff have worked tirelessly to adhere to government requirements Picture: Jim Coughlan

Nowhere has been unaffected by the current global crisis. While businesses in all sectors have been impacted, so too has academia.

This month, schools, colleges and further education centres across the country have either opened their doors to students, moved classes online for the foreseeable future or adopted a combination of the two.

Cork Education and Training Board (CETB) is no different. As one of the largest education and training boards in the country, it...

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