Wexford e-learning business Chevron College embarks on scaling journey.
Wexford based eLearning provider, Chevron College has acquired Oiliúna Training and is creating 50 jobs over the next two years.
Currently employing over 100 staff, Chevon College delivers certified training programmes in the healthcare, childcare and renewable energy sectors to over 5,000 students per annum.
“Oiliúna is a hugely successful provider in the training space and has built an excellent reputation for delivering innovative and high-quality training programmes to its learners”
Oiliúna, which is based in Dublin, has been successfully delivering state funded further education training programmes for over two decades.
Operating from a state-of-the-art training centre in Blanchardstown, Oiliúna has vast experience in delivering career-focused education programmes in the areas of business, management and IT.
“Oiliúna is a hugely successful provider in the training space and has built an excellent reputation for delivering innovative and high-quality training programmes to its learners,” said the President of Chevron College Karl Fitzpatrick.
“This unwavering commitment to quality, in addition to its complementary programme offerings presents an exciting growth opportunity for Chevron College”.
It is understood that new programmes will be delivered in the areas of Robotics, Virtual and Augmented reality, Artificial Intelligence, Data Analytics and Cyber Security. These new programmes will result in the creation of programme design and delivery positions nationwide.
This acquisition is a further step on the ongoing upward growth trajectory of Chevron College, having acquired an English Language College (English Language Ireland) in 2020, and attaining approval from Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI) as a higher education provider last year.
Chevron College was advised by Jim Mulqueen of Montanum Advisory and its legals were handled by Ken Casey and Paddy Scott in Hayes Solicitors.
Main image: Karl Fitzpatrick, President, Chevron College