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CETB executive members and new appointees. Standing (L-R):- Kelly Moller, co-ordinator, Youthreach Mahon: Colm Manley, principal, Carrigaline Community Special School; Suzanne Mullins, CETB director of Organisation Support and Development; Denis Leamy, CETB chief executive; Liz Moynihan, principal, CSN College of Further Education; John Healy, principal, Mallow College of Further Education; Fiona Sneddon, Training Centre manager and Teresa Vaughan, deputy principal, St Brogan’s College, Bandon. Kneeling (L-R):- John Fitzgibbons, director of Further Education and Training; Ignatius Dineen, deputy principal, McEgan College, Macroom; Courtney Canning, co-ordinator, Youthreach, Bandon, Enda McWeeney, CETB director of Organisation Support and Development and Tommy Brown, deputy principal, Carrigtwohill Community College.

CETB executive members and new appointees. Standing (L-R):- Kelly Moller, co-ordinator, Youthreach Mahon: Colm Manley, principal, Carrigaline Community Special School; Suzanne Mullins, CETB director of Organisation Support and Development; Denis Leamy, CETB chief executive; Liz Moynihan, principal, CSN College of Further Education; John Healy, principal, Mallow College of Further Education; Fiona Sneddon, Training Centre manager and Teresa Vaughan, deputy principal, St Brogan’s College, Bandon. Kneeling (L-R):- John Fitzgibbons, director of Further Education and Training; Ignatius Dineen, deputy principal, McEgan College, Macroom; Courtney Canning, co-ordinator, Youthreach, Bandon, Enda McWeeney, CETB director of Organisation Support and Development and Tommy Brown, deputy principal, Carrigtwohill Community College.

CETB executive members and new appointees. Standing (L-R):- Kelly Moller, co-ordinator, Youthreach Mahon: Colm Manley, principal, Carrigaline Community Special School; Suzanne Mullins, CETB director of Organisation Support and Development; Denis Leamy, CETB chief executive; Liz Moynihan, principal, CSN College of Further Education; John Healy, principal, Mallow College of Further Education; Fiona Sneddon, Training Centre manager and Teresa Vaughan, deputy principal, St Brogan’s College, Bandon. Kneeling (L-R):- John Fitzgibbons, director of Further Education and Training; Ignatius Dineen, deputy principal, McEgan College, Macroom; Courtney Canning, co-ordinator, Youthreach, Bandon, Enda McWeeney, CETB director of Organisation Support and Development and Tommy Brown, deputy principal, Carrigtwohill Community College.

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THE Cork Education and Training Board (CETB) has announced the appointment of several personal to key senior positions across the organisations network following a number of retirements.

The reshuffle has seen John Healy appointed principal of the Mallow College of Further Education, with Iggy Dineen taking over the role of deputy principal at McEgan College in Macroom.

Other appointments across the county include Teresa Vaughan taking over taking over as deputy principal at St Brogan’s College in Bandon with Courtney Canning becoming its Youthreach co-ordinator, Tommy Brown becoming deputy principal at Carrigtwohill Community College and Colm Manly taking up the role of principal at Carrigaline Community Special School.

In Cork city, Liz Manly is now the principal at CSN College of Further Education, Fiona Sneddon has assumed the role of training centre manager and Kelly Moller is the new Youthreach co-ordinator in Mahon.

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Congratulating the new appointees, CETB chief executive Denis Leamy said the board executive was “looking forward to working with such a high calibre of professionals.”

“The new appointees will bring a wealth of experience and knowledge to their respective roles. The schools, colleges and centres, as well as the organisation as a whole, will benefit immensely from their expertise,” said Mr. Leamy.

“We would also like to that this opportunity to thank the outgoing Cork ETB staff for their dedication and commitment to the learners, organisation and communities they served over the years. We send them every good wish for their retirement,” he added,


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