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Cork ETB tackles the skills shortage

26th June, 2016
John Fitzgibbons, chief executive, Cork Education and Training BoardClare Keogh

One of the best ways to foster a more stable economy is to ensure that the country has the requisite skills to meet the needs of its businesses. The darkest days of the recession may have made planning for the future needs of Irish businesses seem moot – but now that the clouds have begun to lift, the work of organisations such as Cork Education and Training Board (ETB) is beginning to pay real dividends.

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