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Supply Chain Apprenticeships to be Developed by MDU

Supply Chain Apprenticeships
The Management Development Unit, Kemmy Business School  in conjunction with CPE in the University of Limerick and industry partners IPICS (Supply Chain Management Institute) have been proposed by the Apprentice council as coordinating providers for the following apprenticeships for further development;
·        Supply Chain Associate Apprenticeship
·        Supply Chain Manager  Apprenticeship
·        Supply Chain Specialist Apprenticeship
26 apprenticeships have been recommended by the Apprenticeship Council to the Minister for Education and Skills Richard Bruton TD for further development.
Yvonne Delany, Director MDU, UL attended the launch where the Minister for Education and Skills, Richard Bruton T.D., and Minister of State John Halligan T.D formally announced the proposed new 26 apprenticeships from the 2017 call at a morning event on Friday 08 December 2017.  
Speaking at the launch Minister Bruton said “The programmes we are announcing today will provide excellent opportunities and choice for school leavers and other learners and allow employers shape the programmes that best suit their workforce needs.”
Minister Halligan said “Today’s announcement is an important step in meeting the targets set out in our Apprenticeship and Traineeship Plan, which seeks to double the number of annual apprenticeship and traineeship enrolments to 14,000 by 2020”.

Sean Nolan, IPICS, Yvonne Delaney (MDU), Mr Richard Bruton Minister for Education and Skills, Michael O’Callaghan (IPICS) at the launch.