Cork 2017: Showing another way forward
Cork Education and Training Board is behind a new apprenticeship model that allows young people to prepare for the world of work
Ireland’s Education and Training Boards are playing an important role in the development of a new model for apprenticeship, according to John Fitzgibbons.
“The focus on third-level entry and necessity for a student to go to college is distorting the education landscape,” said Fitzgibbons, who is director of further education and training at Cork Education and Training Board (CETB).
“While third-level qualifications are desirable, the question has to be asked –...
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