The Learning Continuum: A Continuing Professional Development Seminar

Dublin Institute of Technology today held The Learning Continuum: A Continuing Professional Development Seminar. The purpose of the seminar was to highlight the broad range and depth of corporate training available to industry clients in DIT.

The seminar mainly targeted human resources directors and training managers involved in advancing learning opportunities for both organisational and employee development

The Learning Continuum was officially opened by Mick Quinn. Mick is a former international rugby player. He now devotes his time to coaching and running a property management company.

Further presentations were by Madeline O'Shaughnessy, Ships Administrator with Irish Ferries, Peter Brennan, Enterprise Ireland Human Resource Development Advisor, Matthew Russell, DIT National Maintenance Centre, Pat O'Neill, Head of School of Retail and Services Management and David Kirka, Head of Innovation and Industry Services, Faculty of Built Environment.

Speaking of the benefits of collaborating with DIT John Reilly, Irish Ferries Operations Director stated:

'DIT has worked closely with us on training needs analysis and has been successful in the design and implementation of new ways of training for successful outcomes. We are delighted to continue our partnership and trust it will continue to be mutually beneficial'.

DIT boasts a respected tradition of providing continued education to industry and professional bodies. A variety of short courses ranging from half-day duration to a more demanding 105 student effort hours are offered. Individuals' efforts are recognised by Certificate of Completion or Certificate of Professional Development.

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