Donegal ETB has announced that Cllr. Martin Harley has been elected as Chairperson of Donegal ETB at its meeting this afternoon.
Speaking about his election Cllr. Martin Harley said he is delighted to be elected to this important role with Donegal ETB.
He said “As the largest education and training provider in Donegal, Donegal ETB manages fifteen out of the county’s twenty-seven post-primary schools, is the largest provider of Further Education and Training (FET) in the county, manages Gartan Outdoor Education and Training Centre, the Donegal Music Education Partnership and has legal responsibilities for youth work.
“In 2017 over 26,000 students and learners availed of education and training through all its schools, centres, programmes and services.
“I look forward to working with the staff of Donegal ETB over the next year to support young people and adults in communities across the county to achieve their educational goals.”
Philip McGlynn has also been elected as Deputy Chairperson.
Donegal ETB Chief Executive Anne McHugh said, “Congratulations to our new Chairperson Cllr. Martin Harley on his election. I would also like to extend my congratulations to Philip McGlynn on his election as Deputy Chairperson and I look forward to working with both of them over the coming year.”
Donegal Education and Training Board (ETB) manages 15 out of the 27 post-primary schools in Co Donegal, Gartan Outdoor Education and Training Centre and Donegal Music Education Partnership and has legal responsibilities for youth work.
Donegal ETB is the largest provider of Further Education and Training (FET) in the county with over 11,000 learners completing courses with it in 2017.
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