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Central Bank’s €6m staff training bill

30th August, 2015

The Central Bank has spent close to €6 million on staff training since the start of 2013, including almost €120,000 on “personal effectiveness” training.

Figures obtained by The Sunday Business Post show that the bank spent just over €1.1 million on staff training in the first six months of this year.

The total spend for 2013 and 2014 was almost €2.3 each year, which brings total expenditure on training for the last three years...

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