Phil and Lorraine meet with Ruairi Quinn, TD minister for Education and Skills
Advanced Learning are proud to have supported the Irish Vocational Education Association (IVEA) Conference for many, many years now, and we’re delighted to have attended the 108th Annual Congress last week in Ballyconnell.
The IVEA Conference always provides a great opportunity to talk with a number of different VEC representatives and this year proved to be no exception. Lorraine and Phil, our long standing Irish Schools account managers, spent time at the conference talking about Serco’s commitment to Irish Schools with many VEC representatives, as well as with Ruairi Quinn, TD Minister for Education and Skills, and Cllr Noel O’Connor, President of IVEA.
Advanced Learning has a long standing relationship with the DES and we continue to work closely with them. We’re working together to ensure a number of things including the management of any potential changes before and after December 2013, compatibility with P-POD (Post Primary Online Database), and more. It’s exciting times as the DES plans to introduce P-POD later this year, and as Advanced Learning embarks on consulting with Irish School customers and Irish School management bodies about Progresso. Advanced Learning are investing over 20 million Euros in Progresso the exciting, innovative new Management Information System for Irish Schools. We are looking forward to continuing to build and strengthen our existing relationship with the DES and with Irish Schools well into the future.
From left to right, Cllr Noel O’Connor, Ruairi Quinn, Phil Rodgers, Lorraine Duffin
We’d like to take the opportunity to thank the IVEA Congress organisers and all attendee’s for yet another successful IVEA event.
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