Louth’s Back to Education Learners Celebrate Their Achievements
LMETB’s Return to Education Initiative (BTEI) in Louth celebrated the achievements of over 170 learners, who completed QQI accredited courses ranging from Levels 3 to 5, during the 2021-2022 academic year .
The BTEI offers part-time continuing education for young people over 16 and adults.
The initiative aims to give people the opportunity to combine a return to education and training with family, work and other commitments.
The BTEI Awards Ceremony on Thursday September 22 was a celebration of the fantastic achievements of all those who returned to school in 2021/2022 and completed courses in a wide range of fields.
Graduates from across the Louth region have qualified in a range of disciplines including information technology applications, youth work, accountancy, early childhood care and education, life skills health services and many more.
A series of special awards were also presented by BTEI Coordinator Alanah Kirk to a number of learners for their outstanding achievements during their time at BTEI Louth. “Congratulations to all of our 2022 graduates,” said an LMETB spokesperson.
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