Best wishes extended to exam students by Education and Training Board Chief Executive

The Chief Executive of Mayo, Sligo Leitrim Education and Training Board (MSLETB) has extended best wishes to their Leaving Certificate and Leaving Certificate Applied students – as well as to learners in MSLETB’s Further Education and Training Centres – in their forthcoming examinations and assessments.

Mr. Tom Grady said the exams this year are taking place for the second year consecutively in a way that is unprecedented due to the pandemic and he fully acknowledged the dedication and patience displayed by students and their teachers, tutors, instructors and all support staff during such challenging times.

Mr. Grady stated: “I know it has been a long and arduous process for students and I sincerely hope the exams go well for everybody.  The exams are the culmination of the extraordinary efforts of all involved, our learners and our teams in schools and centres.  A huge thank you to all our staff for making sure that those sitting their examinations in these circumstances get to do so in a relatively normal examination environment. I also wish all students the best as they embark on the next chapter of their lives either through work, further education and training or third level.”


Mayo, Sligo and Leitrim Education and Training Board (MSLETB) manage and operate 17 Post-Primary Schools including one Gaelcholáiste, is joint patron with six Community Schools and is represented on the Board of 1 Comprehensive School regionally.  The ETB operates Further Education and Training Centres across Mayo, Sligo and Leitrim including the new Mayo College of Further Education and Training, founded by the fusion of the further education and training colleges in Castlebar and Westport.  Mayo College of Further Education and Training represents a major evolution of further education and training for the region.


Full details of the comprehensive range of courses provided by MSLETB can be accessed at the following link:

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