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Chevron Training launches Ireland’s first Mobile Energy and Environmental Training Unit
Chevron Training unveil Ireland’s first mobile energy and environmental mobile training unit.
Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources, Pat Rabbitte officially launched the SEAI Energy Show 2011 today, where Chevron Training unveiled Ireland’s first mobile energy and environmental mobile training unit.
The multi award winning training provider, which has invested heavily in developing a fleet of mobile training vehicles, can utilise this next generation training venue to provide certified energy and environmental training courses, including water meter installer training, to learners nationwide.
“The nationwide demand for our career focused training programmes illustrated the need for us to develop a facility which would satisfy this demand”, stated Karl Fitzpatrick, Sales and Marketing Director with Chevron Training. Mr. Fitzpatrick acknowledged the benefits which this innovative training venue can deliver for participants by saying that “this next generation energy and environmental training unit can deliver practical training to learners throughout the 26 counties, which eliminates the substantial travel and accommodation costs that can act as barriers for learners who wish to complete training courses”.
This training facility is equipped with state of the art technologies which have been designed and implemented in accordance with industry body requirements to create an environment which facilitates the acquisition of practical skills which are sought by employers within Ireland’s energy and environmental industries.
For further information on this story contact: Karl Fitzpatrick, Director of Sales & Marketing
t: +353 (0)53 923 7954 e: firstname.lastname@example.org
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