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Chevron Training successfully exits examinership

The company’s 15 jobs have now been saved as it has secured two new contracts for 2013.

The Four Courts in Dublin.
The Four Courts in Dublin.
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CHEVRON TRAINING AND Development Ltd, the Enniscorthy-based training company, announced today, that the company has successfully exited examinership.

In September 2012, the company said it was entering into examinership to protect its employees’ jobs and as a result of the approval received from the High Court on Friday, up to 15 jobs will now be saved.

Chevron Training, which offers career focused programmes to more than 5,000 learners on a nationwide basis each year, said it has placed significant emphasis and resources into restructuring the company’s cost base so that it is placed on a sustainable footing for the future.

Commenting on the announcement, the new Managing Director of Chevron Training, Karl Fitzpatrick, said “Having successfully navigated examinership, I am delighted that up to 15 jobs will be saved in Chevron Training and I want to thank the company’s employees, partners, suppliers and customers for their overwhelming support during the past three months.”

In reference to the recent management buy-out of the company,  Fitzpatrick stated that “the new investment in Chevron Training will secure the company’s long-term future and I can confirm that we have recently secured two major nationwide training contracts in the security and healthcare sectors for 2013.”

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