Skillnet Ireland launches €2m fund for training networks

22nd July, 2018
Skillnet chief executive Paul Healy

Skillnet Ireland is launching a €2 million fund this week aimed at companies in all sectors keen to establish training networks to upskill workers.

The enterprise training body will make the funding available to groups that are not already using its services.

A further €18 million will be made available this year to the 15,000 companies already involved in Skillnet’s 65 existing training networks.

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