Thursday October 22, 2020

Weight of numbers

The bloated ethos of Fas and the cash-draining waste of its business practices ensured that the Rody Molloy controversy was an accident waiting to happen. Ian Kehoe and John Burke report.

29th November, 2008

The bloated ethos of Fas and the cash-draining waste of its business practices ensured that the Rody Molloy controversy was an accident waiting to happen. Ian Kehoe and John Burke report.

To read financial and regulatory Fas documents is to get an intriguing insight into the inner workings of the state training agency.

It is a picture of rapidly increasing budgets, growing staff numbers, fast-expanding Irish and international training initiatives, and a plethora of advisory...

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