EACH WEEKDAY EVENING, TheJournal.ie brings you five things you should know before you head out the door…1. #JOBS: Deutsche Bank is to create 700 new jobs in Dublin over the next three years. The company is to move to a 100,000-square-foot office space at Eastpoint Business Park.2. #LOYALTYBUILD: The General Manager of Loyaltybuild, the company at the centre of an investigation into a data-breach has said they deeply regret “any distress” caused by the criminal attack.3. #CHILDCARE: A €900,000 fund will be used to give additional training to 630 existing childcare staff.4. #JOB LOSSES: Lufthansa Technik Airmotive announced it is to start a process “to consider closing the company” and will consult with employee representatives and trade unions. The firm employs 400 people.5. #CHINA: A raft of reforms announced today will see the easing of the controversial one-child policy in China.
Ireland has a strong international reputation as a centre of quality education and training which is a good match for the needs of Nigeria’s growing economy. I believe that this partnership will flourish and contribute in a very real way to supplying skilled workers to the Nigerian economy. WEXFORD BASED COMPANY Chevron Training and Recruitment is to train 1,000 construction workers in Nigeria.The company specialise in the provision of construction skills training to international learners.Construction trainingChevron said that Ireland is renowned globally for providing a superior level of construction training ensuring that Irish construction workers are highly sought after by employers throughout the world.Minister for Trade and Development, Joe Costello officially opened the Chevron Training and Recruitment’s Training Centre in Lagos this week.The partnership deal with Nigerian company ETIWA Vocational Training will see Chevron Training and Recruitment is worth €3 million over three years.Speaking from Lagos where he is leading the first ever Enterprise Ireland trade mission to Nigeria, Minister Costello said: Read: Loyaltybuild boss writes open letter apologising to customers as more firms hit by breach>Read: Deutsche Bank to create 700 new jobs in Dublin>