Let Solas light the way for your future
The education authority says more and more programmes in different sectors are coming on stream all the time, writes Arlene Harris
As we all know, solas is the Irish word for light, so it is fitting that the Further Education and Training Authority, Solas, is lighting the way when it comes to helping people to get on the right career path and secure the best possible outcomes for their future.
Established in 2013, Solas holds statutory responsibility for pre-2016 apprenticeships. It works with various partners including the Apprenticeship Council, the QQI, the HEA and other consortiums...
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