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Feb

2016 Awards

This year the Awards were presented in the Lord Mayor's Mansion House for forty trainees.

In calling for more projects like Liberty she praised its approach as a new way of rehabilitating people with drug problems. The training which jointly tackles the addictive behaviours whilst also upskilling people for entry to the labour market.

Almost forty trainees received Certificates up to level four and a few to level five which is Leaving Cert standard.

Criona Ni Dhalaigh joined the staff and trainees in a buffett lunch after the ceremonies.

 

 

 

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Trainees receives award
Trainee receives Employee of the Year award
Speaker at awards
Admin girls with the Lord Mayor
Trainee receiving award from Lord Mayor
Lord Mayor of Dublin Críona Ní Dhálaighby speaks at our awards
Chair Gabriel Kinahan (OFM) Speaks at award ceremony
Trainee speaking at awards
Lord Mayor presents awards
Trainee receive award
Trainee receives award
Tutors receives flowers at award
Employee of the Year award
Group photo of awards 2015
Liberty
Trainee speaking about their experience
Lord Mayor,Board Members and CEO at awards

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