Institute Signs MOU with Local Authority Services National Training Group
Institute of Technology Carlow has signed a of Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Local Authority Services National Training Group (LASNTG).
The collaboration between the Institute and LASNTG has resulted in the development of a Certificate in Road Programme Management. This programme focusses on the practical everyday needs of staff involved in the management of road programmes and will provide learners with excellent opportunities for liaison with their peers in other counties.
Pictured at the signing of the MOU were, back row from left: Eoin Homan, Head of Dept. Built Environment & Extended Campus, Institute of Technology Carlow; Marie Esmonde, Administrator Extended Campus, Institute of Technology Carlow; Pat McCarthy, Senior Engineer, Waterford City and County Council; Mary Delaney, Institute Librarian, Institute of Technology Carlow; Dan McInerney, Director of Services Transportation, Environment & Water Services, Carlow County Council; Róisín Smith, Senior Executive Engineer, Tipperary County Council and Course Coordinator LASNTG; Mr Martin Dooley, Manager, Roscrea Regional Training Centre. Front row, from left: Anne Meaney, Extended Campus Coordinator, Institute of Technology Carlow; Seamus Neely, Chairman LASNTG and CEO Donegal County Council; Brian McQuaid, Head of Faculty of Engineering, Institute of Technology Carlow; Tom Kirby, Secretary LASNTG.
It also allows for the development of best practice approaches in the areas of policy overview, legislation, finance, project management and delivery and administrative functions. The programme will be delivered in the five regional training centres of Donegal, Tipperary, Dublin, Cork and Mayo.