VTOS, Vocational Training Opportunities Scheme, in County Galway Vocational Education Committee

By: County Galway Vocational Education Committee  05/12/2011
Keywords: Vocational Education, Education Committee

¡°As your island of knowledge grows, so does your shoreline of wonder¡±. - Anon.

The Vocational Training Opportunities Scheme (VTOS), supported by the European Social fund, was established in 1989 as an intervention in the Irish labour market.

It provides 2 years full-time education for unemployed adults.

Keywords: Education Committee, Vocational Education

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