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I just completed SNA course I loved it was very unsure at the start would I be able for it. Trainer Helen Shannon is amazing she helped me every way she could making sure I understood the nights class and always had notes . Anyone thinking of doing this I would highly recommend this course.
Highly recommended!! I just completed a QQI level 6 SNA course with Forus…. Helen Shannon is an absolutely fantastic course trainer and will do her upmost to help and support you throughout the course … I was unsure starting the course as to what I was facing but I’m delighted I did it and to have so much support throughout !! Really well ran course and all material and course noted really well presented …. very helpful in all ways…
I would highly recommend Pitman training to anyone who is considering returning to further their education. I have been studying in Pitman the last year and have found Avril and all the gang so helpful and accommodating. I started my course in March last year when i was pregnant and continued up until August when i had my baby, i returned in December and am now almost finished my course. Without Pitman there is no way i could have returned to collage full time. I have already secured a full time job from my course and am delighted with the results i have achieved so far.
Recently finished the Accounts Technician Diploma. Going ‘back to school’ was so daunting at first but I loved the complete flexibility of this course. There was support and encouragement at every step. To Avril especially, but all the staff in mullingar, thank you so much. There was always a smile and a kind word, a very friendly atmosphere! I would highly recommend it to anyone looking to upskill!
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