Cork College of Commerce demonstrate further commitment to student inclusion with JAM card introduction

Cork College of Commerce (CCOC), a Cork Education and Training Board College, have announced the introduction of JAM cards in both of their college campuses in Cork City Centre and Skibbereen which will allow students with learning barriers or communications difficulties to discreetly communicate a need for empathy and understanding in social situations that they…

Cork Education and Training Board appoints several new senior leaders to positions across Cork City and County

Cork Education and Training Board has recently announced the appointment of three Principals, three Deputy Principals, two Youthreach Co-Ordinators and a Training Centre Manager. The new appointees will be taking up positions within Cork ETB schools, colleges, and centres. In Bandon, Teresa Vaughan has taken the role of Deputy Principal in St. Brogan’s College while…

Lord Mayor welcomes Government focus on apprenticeships and encourages Cork students to consider more hands-on approach

Lord Mayor of Cork City Cllr. Colm Kelleher might be known locally now for his political endeavours and accomplishments, but in a former life, the Fianna Fáil Councillor was a well-established carpenter across the city and county. A former student of Coláiste Choilm, a Cork Education and Training Board school, the Lord Mayor said that…