LMETB’s Youthreach centres and Magnet Community Training Centre celebrated their highest achievers at QQI Levels 4 and 5 in October at the City North Hotel in Gormanston.
In attendance at the event were students, parents, guardians, teachers and Co-ordinators. Guests from LMETB included Martin O’ Brien (Chief Executive), Cllr Oliver Tully (Chairperson), Sadie Ward McDermott (Director of Further Education and Training), Imelda Prunty (Adult Education Officer) and LMETB Board members Siobhan Greer, Cllr Sharon Tolan, Cllr Damien O’Reilly and Cllr Nick Killian.
A truly impressive showing from centres across Louth and Meath saw the award of eleven trophies in all. The recipients from Youthreach were: Andrew Corish, Level 4 General Learning (Ashbourne); Thomas McEnteggart, Level 4 Employment Skills (Drogheda); Cliona Mahon, Level 4 General Learning (Kells); Catriona Joyce, Level 4 General Learning (Navan Foundation); Carmel Beatty, Level 5 General Learning and Kamil Swierczynska, Level 4 IT Skills (both Navan Progression); Adam Rowley, Level 4 IT Skills (Trim).
The recipients from Magnet Community Training Centre were Danielle Cooney (Level 4 Employment Skills), Stephanie Morrissey (Level 4 Early Childhood Education & Care Support), Stacey Stewart (Level 5 Early Childhood & Education) and Lauren McKeever (Level 5 Hairdressing).