Thousands of students attend Apprenticeship Careers Showcase

This year’s Apprenticeship Careers Showcase attracted in excess of 2,500 people to the Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa, Limerick recently. The event gave students, teachers,...

eir seeking next generation of engineers

Telecommunications company eir, is looking for the next generation of Clare apprentices to join its apprenticeship programme. Successful candidates will be placed in the southwest,...

Clare graduates commence ESB’s Development Programme

Four graduates from Co Clare recently commenced ESB’s prestigious Graduate Development programme. They will be joined by forty-one other graduates who will excel their...

Deadline nears for ACORNS development initiative applications

This Friday is the final deadline for early-stage female entrepreneurs in rural areas to apply for the latest cycle of the ACORNS business development...

Edwards to produce components at Shannon site

Edwards Lifesciences has confirmed it has begun renovations to convert its existing Shannon facility into a manufacturing centre to produce components that are an integral part of Edwards’ life-saving transcatheter heart valves.
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Drone pilot and operator training for Shannon

A memorandum of understanding to collaborate for EASA pilot and operator training and certification in Shannon has been signed by Spright and Avtrain.

Tánaiste officially opens FMCI facility in Shannon

Tánaiste Leo Varadkar has officially opened Future Mobility Campus Ireland (FMCI) in Shannon, County Clare, Ireland’s first full-scale development centre and test-bed for mobility technologies.

Digital Skies cleared for take-off

A European consortium coordinated by Shannon-based Future Mobility Campus Ireland (FMCI) in Shannon has been approved by the EU to develop a ‘Digital Sky Demonstrator’, for aerial Unmanned Traffic Management (UTM) systems.