Students Awarded First Construction Qualifications 

by Gazette Reporter
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Transition year and senior cycle students from Inchicore College of Further Education recently completed their Safe Pass training with the Construction Industry Federation and SOLAS.

They were pictured recently receiving their first professional qualification after successfully undertaking the training course. Safe Pass is the national mandatory safety training for the construction industry and students from Inchicore College of Further Education undertook the training as part of their curriculum for this year.

Dermot Carey, Director, Safety & Training at CIF congratulated the students and expressed his gratitude to staff at the school. “Congratulations to Inchicore College of Further Education students on completing their Safe Pass training. Mr Ingle and the school must be commended for giving their students every opportunity to develop their skills and their career options.”

Students from across Dublin and across Ireland are undertaking Safe Pass training with Construction Industry Federation as part of Transition Year, Leaving Cert and Leaving Cert Applied courses in schools this year. The initiative is part of the CIF’s Careers Campaign to support students interested in a career in the construction industry.

“Safe Pass is a key qualification we all have in the construction sector. From architects, site managers to work experience labourers, Donegal to Dublin, everyone working in the sector starts with a SafePass. I hope this qualification is the first of many for the students at Inchicore College of Further Education, and leads some to a rewarding career in our industry,” said Dermot Carey, Construction Industry Federation. 

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