“We are delighted Jason has achieved this award as part of his participation in the Ireland Skills 2016 competition. The competition requires a very high skill level and a high standard of work which is tested over three days of intense practical assessments. To win this award is a fantastic achievement for Jason and for Bowlers Garage” said Paul Murray.
Also present was Mr Brian Bowler, Dealer Principal, Bowlers Killarney, Main Toyota Dealer and Mr Martin Kinsella, After Sales Technical Instructor, Toyota Ireland.
Toyota Ireland has supported the Ireland Skills competition through material and technical support as well as award sponsorship for many years.
Finalists from the 2016 and the forthcoming 2017 Ireland Skills competition will be form a panel from which an individual will be selected to represent Ireland in the 2017 World Skills competition to be held in Abu Dhabi, UAE, in October 2017.
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