Louth County Councillor Tomás Sharkey has been elected the chairman of Louth & Meath Education and Training Board.
Councillor Sharkey is a teacher and school principal and has been involved in the board and Louth VEC since the 2004 local elections.
"LMETB is a proud organisation. We lead the way in education in our two counties. Learners attend our 18 Post Primary schools and one Primary school.
"We are also responsible responsible for an extensive range of Adult Services throughout both counties, including Adult Learning Services, Community Education, Back to Education Initiative, VTOS and Adult Guidance.
"There are 8 Youthreach centres spread across the two counties. Since July 1st 2014 Dundalk Regional Skills & Training Centre is under the governance of LMETB, having been transferred from SOLAS on that date. LMETB is patron to 6 Community Schools.
"It is an honour to held lead this organisation in partnership with all board members and staff. Education and training are vital for the future promotion of economic and social development in the region."
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