Helping to develop Cork’s leaders

Award recipients Daniel O'Leary, Deirdre Arrigan and Anne Marie Hourihane, from Wistek, at the presentation of certificates, pictured with Sean Sheehan, Chairperson CEIA at the CEIA ILM Leadership and Management Cohort 2 Award event at the Cork College of FET Bishopstown Campus, Cork. (Picture: Jim Coughlan)

Cork College of FET – Bishopstown Campus recently celebrated the achievement of two groups of graduates from its Leadership and Management programmes.

Graduates achieved the Institute of Leadership & Management (ILM) Level 4 Certificate in Leadership and Management. This internationally recognised qualification is part of the Bishopstown Campus Skills to Advance offering to companies. Skills to Advance is a SOLAS initiative which provides subsidised upskilling for companies and those in employment.

The qualification was completed by two groups of learners who work in the technology sector. The first programme was delivered to a group of employees from Dell Technologies. This is the third such programme which has been delivered by Bishopstown Campus with Dell and has been hugely successful. 

While the second programme was delivered for members of the Cork Electronics Industry Association (CEIA). This industry lead, non-profit association represents High Tech companies in the Cork region. This is the second group of graduates for the CEIA.