Welcome to the start of our Skills Newsletter February 2019. This feature illustrates some key sector and skills updates, that we encourage all our company contacts to engage with us to meeting your skills needs. We look forward to working with you in the year ahead.
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‘Explore’ is a Government funded digital upskilling programme targeting employees within the manufacturing sector.
DRSF Operational Plan Workshop 2019
A lively DRSF Workshop with all forum partners inputting into the operation plan for 2019. Areas of focus includes: Enterprise Engagement / Information Analysis/ HE & FE Collaboration / Regional Communication Read More
Sector Update – ACCA & IFS Business
New ACCA initiative creates pathways for the future. A new, exciting and interactive school’s initiative was launched today that provides students with an insight into the life of a modern accountant and seeks to redress the significant skills development gap between the education system and some of Ireland’s most important economic industries. Read More
Educational Provider – TU Dublin City Campus
Access To Apprenticeship Deadline March New Intake. The Access to Apprenticeship Programme is aimed at young men and women aged 16 to 24 living in Dublin who experience social and economic barriers. Read More
Sector Update – FTAI Conference 2019
VEHICLE SAFETY ON THE AGENDA AT FTA IRELAND’S POPULAR TRANSPORT MANAGER SEMINAR. The seminar will also include a keynote session from the Minister of State for EU Affairs, Helen McEntee, and topics to be covered at the event include skills shortages, apprenticeships, alternative fuels, decarbonising the freight sector and the impact of Brexit on Ireland-UK trade. The Read More
Educational Providers – CDETB / DDLETB
FET Strategic Performance Agreements. The Strategic Performance Agreements between SOLAS and CDETB/DDLETB for Dublin, sets out the context, strategic priorities to the achievement of key national Further Education and Training (FET) sector targets over the period 2018-2020. Read More
Ireland Skills Live Event – RDS Dublin
Minister for Education and Skills Joe McHugh said he was delighted to support Ireland Skills Live, an initiative that supports the Government’s strategy on skills and apprenticeships, and he urged everyone involved in the field to support it. Read More
Sector Event – Meet the Contractor
MEET THE CONTRACTOR event is organised by the Grangegorman Labour and Learning Forum (GLLF), Sisk FCC and the Grangegorman Development Agency with participation from Grangegorman Development contractors, the Dublin North West Area Partnership, DEASP/Intreo, TU Dublin Access to Apprenticeship, and the Construction Industry Federation. Read More