All-star accreditation for Rathú

All-star accreditation for Rathú

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Ciara McGuane pictured with Minister Pat Breen – Photo: Conor McCabe

An independent training provider for teachers has been awarded the coveted All-Ireland Business All-Star accreditation.

Rathú has received The independently verified standard mark for indigenous businesses and based on rigorous selection criteria on performance, trust and customer centricity.

The company is an online professional development provider for teachers. They make excellent professional learning accessible for every teacher – anytime, anywhere!

Ciara McGuane, founder of Rathú, said: “With over 600 teachers working with us since January 2018, it was extremely important to assess the value we have added to their professional lives.

Ongoing feedback of our online and offline services has been central to validating and improving our offering for teachers but it was important to seek independent assessment too. The accreditation has been a fabulous way to end a rollercoaster year,” Ciara said.

There were two other success from Co Clare also. They were Advanced Technical Concepts and Shannon Heritage.

Marie Clifford of Advanced Technical Concepts, Dr Briga Hynes of the Kemmy Business School at the University of Limerick and Minister Pat Breen – Photo: Conor McCabe.
Niall O’Callaghan and Vanessa McTigue of Shannon Heritage, Dr Briga Hynes of the Kemmy Business School at the University of Limerick and Minister Pat Breen – Photo: Conor McCabe.

 

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