Students to get insight into world of work

By David tucker

Published 27/02/2016 | 00:00

As part of the Schools Business Partnership, Wexford County Council is embarking on an educational inclusion programme with Colaiste Abbain, Adamstown called the Skills at Work Programme, which will provide students with firsthand insight into the world of work.

'Wexford County Council is the ideal fit for the programme. With 800 staff members delivering 184 activities, we are well placed to provide students with a unique insight into the world of work. We are delighted to be asked to participate and to help influence young people at an important stage in their lives,' said council chairman Cllr TONY Dempsey. Colaiste Abbain Principal Senan Lillis thanked both Wexford County Council and to Louise Casey, South East Regional Co-ordinator of the Schools for Business programme. As part of the scheme Wexford County Council will assist students to gain a greater understanding of practical elements of employment, such as applying for jobs and creating CVs. In addition, council staff will offer mock interviews to give students a real life experience of them.

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