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Dorset College driving personal development

Cathal Kearney is business development manager at Dorset College

4th September, 2016
Dorset College graduates Maria Elner, Paul Fagan, Ryan Conradie, Pamela Egan, Rizwan Ahmed and Helen Hughes at their graduation ceremony in Croke Park

In an ever-changing and diverse market place, Dorset College continues to work with stakeholders to create graduates who are job ready.

“We strive to prepare learners for the demands of the workplace now and in the future,” said Cathal Kearney, business development manager at Dorset College.

“We want learners to fulfil their potential, and our efforts are geared towards providing them with the confidence, knowledge and skills they will require for their career...

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