February 2020 – Flúirse’s Pitman Training centres shortlisted for the “Best Further Education Provider 2020” category at the Irish Education Awards
February 2019 – Flúirse’s Pitman Training centres shortlisted for the “Best Further Education Provider” category at the Irish Education Awards
April 2019 – Flúirse’s Pitman Training centres accredited with All Ireland Business All-Star
June 2019 – Flúirse open their fifth training centre in Portlaoise, Co. Laois
June 2018 – Flúirse open their fourth dedicated Training Centre in Ireland
March 2018 – Flúirse received CPD approval for 7 of their Online Teacher Summer courses (the only approved provider in Ireland)
February 2018 – Flúirse launch new eLearning course for Socrates GP Healthcare
January 2018 – Flúirse open the world’s largest Pitman Training centre in Cork, Ireland
May 2014 – Flúirse launch their third dedicated Training Centre in Waterford
February 2012 – Flúirse move to larger training centre at the Northside Campus for Education in Cork.
2010 – 2013 Flúirse develop and operate Online Assessment, Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting (AMER) System for Brighton Education Group
July 2009 – Flúirse expand to deliver Ireland’s largest range of Online Teacher Summer courses
December 2009 – Flúirse developed e-Learning system to train over 14,000 agents for Western Union
September 2008 – Foras na Gaeilge select Flúirse to develop a suite of Curriculum-alogned Irish language interactive product for Primary Schools and Parents
February 2008 – Flúirse launch second dedicated Training Centre in Cork
December 2007 – Flúirse open new dedicated training centre in Tralee, delivering Pitman Training courses to those looking for flexible upskilling options for new or better careers
November 2007 – Flúirse expand team and move to new offices in Tralee
September 2007 – Flúirse take over Pitman Training franchise for County Kerry
July 2007 – Flúirse launch the first programme of ICT Online Summer Courses for Teachers with 7 Courses.
April 2007 – Flúirse ICT Training programmes approved by Department of Education & Skills for training teachers in Ireland.
February 2007 – COGG – An Chomhairle um Oideachas Gaeltachta agus Gaelscolaíochta commission Flúirse to develop an Irish language interactive product for Primary Schools and Parents
April 2006 – Flúirse launch their first two Interactive Curriculum-aligned CD-Roms for primary schools.
September 2005 – Flúirse Ltd open their first office at the Tom Crean Business Centre in Tralee, Co. Kerry
July 2005 – Flúirse Limited founded By Tomás Finneran and Kristian O’Donovan with a vision to pioneer ICT in Education.