Right kind of recruitment

Industry-led not for profit education and training organisations like Fast-track to IT (FiT) are going to be crucial for tackling unemployment and the skills shortage.

23rd June, 2012
George Ryan, programme manager, Fast-track to IT.

Industry-led not for profit education and training organisations like Fast-track to IT (FiT) are going to be crucial if we are to successfully tackle both unemployment and the growing skills shortage in Ireland.

Set up in 1999 and supported by key industry players including IBM, Microsoft, HP and Siemens, FiT's mission is to meet the recruitment needs of the technology sector by providing training, support and job opportunities for the unemployed.

The organisation has been very...

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