Today, InTuition Vocational Training, Enniscorthy held their coffee morning in Kilcannon Garden Centre.
Staff were on hand to welcome prospective learners, past learners, stakeholders and supporters.
In attendance were Deputy Paul Kehoe, Councillor John O’ Rourke and Councillor Kathleen Codd Nolan along with representatives from youth and education organisations throughout the County.
The event was well attended by prospective learners and their families, where staff made them aware of the training opportunities available at InTuition Vocational Training.
Another focus of the coffee morning was to give a word of thanks to all our work experience hosts. Employers who were able to attend on the day were Centra The Shannon, NCRS Mechanics Old Dublin Road, People Newspapers and Slaney Farms. We would like to take this opportunity to again thank all our work experience hosts, past and present as without you our learners would not be able to gain valuable work and life experience.
All who attended were invited to sample the large range of home baked goods and refreshments.
Thank you to everyone who attended, we look forward to connecting with you in the future.