24/09/2008

Instruction Firm Drives 250 Jobs

A total of 250 jobs are to be created following the expansion of driver training and instruction company SIM2Learn, it has been announced.

The company has its headquarters in Galway, and operates from centres in Dublin, Cork, Sligo and Letterkenny.

The C&F Group is investing more than €4m in the company, which will open 30 new training centres over the next six months.

(DW)

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