The move is aiming to enhance opportunities for learning.
A former bank in the midlands is set to become the new home of the LWETB.
The Longford Westmeath Education and Training Board will be moving into the old Bank of Ireland in Mullingar.
It says the move will enhance learning opportunities in the town, and breathe new life into the town centre.
It also says the move the repurpose the historic building will make it a cornerstone of education in the area.
Chief Executive, Liz Lavery, says the LWETB is thrilled with the development:
"Moving into the former Bank of Ireland Building not only revitalises a prominent landmark in Mullingar but also expands our ability to service our community more effectively.
With this strategic relocation we are not only enhancing our current services but also paving the way for future initiatives, such as the recently announced National Mobility and Capability Centre also to be based in the Mullingar area.
I would like to extend my gratitude to everyone involved in this project and express my enthusiasm about the positive impact this will have for the people of Mullingar and beyond.
I look forward to the opportunities and possibilities that lie ahead."