Skillnets to increase links to Irish firms

7th May, 2017
Pictured at the launch of the Skillnets Statement of Strategy 2016-2019, from left: Brendan McGinty, chairman, Skillnets, Richard Bruton, Minister for Education and Skills, and Paul Healy, chief executive, Skillnets

Skillnets’ enterprise-led training model for skills development will play a pivotal role in future-proofing the competitiveness of Irish enterprise on the world stage in the years ahead.

Established in 1999, Skillnets is a limited company operating nationwide, which works with businesses in Ireland to address their current and future skills needs.

The company funds groups of companies operating in the same region or sector that have identified similar training needs, through networks that deliver subsidised...

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