RSTC students recently completed their second and final year of our Accounting Technician programme in Navan.

A ceremony was held for the class at the Newgrange Hotel to mark this special occasion, where Assistant Manager Ray Murhpy, attended.

Speaking at the presentation he said “LMETB’s Regional Skills and Training Centre in conjunction with our partners, Oiliuna Ltd, are delighted to present these certificates. This significant achievement has already had an impact on your future as many of you are ready to commence employment following this course. This course was delivered over 2 years which makes your achievement extra special and sets a wonderful example for others to avail of the many training opportunities available in Louth and Meath”.

While attending this programme students covered the following subjects: Financial Accounting, Law & Ethics, Taxation, Integrated Accounting Systems and Management Accounting.

For more information on how to become an Accounts Technician please visit Accounting Technicians Ireland.

We deliver a wide range of programmes in Louth and Meath and are currently recruiting for a number of occupational training programmes open to all jobseekers.

Traineeships are occupational specific and industry endorsed training programmes which combine training centre and on-the-job elements leading to QQI Major Awards - mostly at levels 5 and 6  - and/or industry recognised certification, providing access to specific occupations in designated sectors. 

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(Picture shows Accounting Technician students receiving certificates from Oiliuna Ltd's Keith O'Nuallain and RSTC Manager Ray Murhpy)