|On 31st March WOMEN'STEC combined their AGM with a celebration recognising the achievements of students who are participating in the ETC (Extending Training in the Community) programme. Three students spoke at the event which was held at the Groundworks building in Duncairn Gardens -Suzanne Thompson, Fiona McMaster and Jackie Cosgrove. |
Each of them talked about their training journeys; Fiona completed a PAT (Portable Appliance Testing) course at Belfast Metropolitan College funded by WOMEN'STEC, we hope to use her to carry out testing through our sister social ecomony business TWNI. She has also been contacted by Ellen Finlay to deliver some of her Money Garden courses.
|Anne McVicker (WOMEN'STEC |
Chief Executive) & Mark O'Donnell
|Students from left to right - Fiona McMaster, Jackie Cosgrove, Suzanne Thompson|
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