Forus Training - Educate while you isolate. | During these unprecedented times it may be worrisome, however this gives the perfect opportunity to upskill, improve and develop to meet your personal needs. Here at Forus Training we are glad to announce that many of our courses have been made available online, in an easy to-use and interactive format helping Learners get the most from their respective courses.

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Forus Training uses Zoom to deliver our QQI (formally FETAC) accredited online training courses, in these virtual sessions you meet and interact with your trainer and the other learners on the course.

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