Ongoing Training and Development
We view training for both our staff and customers alike as being an integral part of the complete project process, and run regular updates and technical seminars for the industry.
The curriculum for the apprenticeship includes: The Statutory Apprenticeship System is the recognised means by which people are trained to become proficient in over twenty designated craft occupations in Ireland.
Apprenticeship training is organized and controlled by FAS (the National Training and Employment Authority) in co-operation with the Department of Education and Science. Apprenticeship training is based on pre-defined standards developed jointly by education and training providers and industry partners. Training generally lasts for 4 years, and is structured in seven alternating phases.
Four of these training phases are delivered on-the-job by employers and three are delivered off the job by State funded training centres or colleges. Successful completion of each phase is mandatory and is measured through formal assessments of skill and knowledge. It is the accumulation of the results of these assessments that lead to the award of the Advanced Craft Certificate.