Overhaul of state’s training and education system needed, says Code Institute chief
The government needs to target cohorts of the workforce for retraining with skills of the future to fix shortages in the economy, according to the chairman of the online learning company
The government needs to invest in a significant overhaul of its training and education system if it is to address the growing skills shortage in the economy, the head of an Irish education-technology company has said.
Brendan Nevin, chairman of the Code Institute, a Dublin-based online learning company, said the state should target cohorts of the workforce for retraining with skills of the future.
“Successive governments in Ireland have talked a lot about putting more ...