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BIM Now Recruiting for Level 5 Programmes

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BIM Now Recruiting for Level 5 Programmes


Tuesday, August 01, 2017 




BIM Now Recruiting for Level 5 Programmes

BIM are recruiting for its QQI Level 5 Certificate in Commercial Fishing and Department of Transport, Tourism & Sport’s Engineer Officer (Class 3) training programmes commencing in September 2017 at BIM’s National Fisheries College of Ireland, Greencastle, Co. Donegal. 

Places are still available on both training programmes.  Application forms and brochures are available to download on www.bim.ie or email: training@bim.ie or tel: 01-2144100 to request further information.