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Government has decided to recruit 100 more NCT testers from foreign countries

Dublin: To solve the crisis due to the shortage of NCT testers, more experts are being imported from foreign countries. As part of this, it has been decided to recruit 100 more NCT testers (Vehicle Road Worthiness Testers).

The government has also decided to make appropriate changes to general employment permits. This decision follows discussions between the Department of Enterprise, Trade, and Employment and the Department of Transport.

The NCT service provider was suffering from a lack of expertise in Ireland and the European market. Then came the decision, which is believed to be good for the provider.

Appointing people from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) is thought to shorten the waiting time for NCT appointments.

Minister of State for Enterprise Neil Richmond said that with the arrival of more testers, local NCT centres will be able to provide the service.

The minister clarified that although there are no unemployed people in Ireland, the shortage of experts in some fields is a problem. This category includes testers. This scarcity exists not only in our country, but throughout Europe. That is why it has been decided to bring in outside experts.

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