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New degree in workplace management is first to be offered here

28th April, 2019
Portobello Institute director Denise Flood

In recent years the facilities management sector has seen a steady growth in Ireland, resulting in a high demand for experienced facilities managers with the right skills to meet these needs.

However, there has been little innovation or investment within third-level institutes here for the education of those in the profession seeking a higher-level skill set.

Portobello Institute’s new BSc (Hons) in facilities and workplace management and the follow-on master’s degree are the only qualifications...

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