Articles tagged with: Martin G O’Brien

JANUARY 28 WILL BE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL AT NEW MONAGHAN EDUCATION CAMPUS

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16 Nov 2012 Comments Off on JANUARY 28 WILL BE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL AT NEW MONAGHAN EDUCATION CAMPUS
JANUARY 28 WILL BE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL AT NEW MONAGHAN EDUCATION CAMPUS

“January 28 will be the day school starts for the people out there – it will effectively be opening from that date,” Chief Executive Officer Martin G. O’Brien told Monday’s meeting of Co Monaghan Vocational Education Committee in relation to the new Monaghan Education Campus development at Knockaconny. The CEO said the handover date of the buildings would commence on Friday next with the primary school development, with the gymnasium/sports hall facility handed over on November 23, Colaiste Oiraill on December 14, the new Garage Theatre on January 11 ...

NEW MONAGHAN-CAVAN EDUCATION BOARD TO COME INTO OPERATION EARLY IN 2013

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12 Oct 2012 Comments Off on NEW MONAGHAN-CAVAN EDUCATION BOARD TO COME INTO OPERATION EARLY IN 2013

The era of single county administration of vocational education in Co Monaghan is nearing its end. A new Monaghan-Cavan Education Board, replacing the existing Vocational Education Committee structures in both counties, is likely to come into operation early next year, Chief Executive Officer Martin G O’Brien told the members of Co Monaghan VEC at their meeting on Monday. Mr O’Brien, who is the CEO designate of the new Monaghan-Cavan structure, referred the meeting to the publication of the new Education and Training Board Bill on Friday last. ...

APPRENTICESHIP COMPLETION OPPORTUNITY AT MONAGHAN EDUCATION CAMPUS PROJECT

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16 Dec 2011 Comments Off on APPRENTICESHIP COMPLETION OPPORTUNITY AT MONAGHAN EDUCATION CAMPUS PROJECT
APPRENTICESHIP COMPLETION OPPORTUNITY AT MONAGHAN EDUCATION CAMPUS PROJECT

Sisk, the developers of Co Monaghan Vocational Education Committee’s multi-million campus project at Knockaconny, are offering local workers an opportunity to complete their apprenticeships by working on the scheme. Workers who may have had their apprenticeships interrupted by lay-offs in the construction industry in recent times will be considered for relevant employment at the campus site so that they can complete their training, Chief Executive Officer Martin G O’Brien told Monday’s VEC meeting in Monaghan Town. Mr O’Brien said that if there were apprentices in the area who ...