The MRSF would like to thank all of the respondents for taking the time to participate in the Midlands Regional Skills Forum Advanced Manufacturing Survey 2022. We truly value the information they have provided. We commit to utilizing the information gained to contemplate and implement worthwhile endeavours.
The full MRSF Advanced Manufacturing Survey 2022 Report is now available to view online. Click HERE.
A one-page info-graphic with selected data from the MRSF Advanced Manufacturing Survey 2022 is available to view online. Click HERE.
The Survey Team, through further engagement with regional manufacturers, education & training providers, and affiliated agencies is currently building an action plan for how we can move forward in a manner which best addresses both current and future Midlands manufacturers’ needs.
Once again, we are extremely grateful for the contribution of the valuable time, honest information, and thoughtful suggestions provided by all the respondents.
Green Tech Skillnet
Supporting businesses in the renewable energy and green technology sectors
The eHeat Ireland Conference in Cork is a great source of information for business managers on how to make your company more energy efficient, which will save you money and reduce your carbon footprint. There are great supports available and many businesses that do financing options for installations will be there. Green Tech Skillnet will be happy to support companies in going green, that's why we will support your delegate booking at the conference with a special discount rate.
The Midlands Regional Skills Forum facilitated an Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) regional workshop with employers to hear their views on how future skills policy can support their future talent needs.
The OECD is an intergovernmental organisation with 38 member countries, founded in 1961 to stimulate economic progress and world trade. The OECD policy recommendations will shape Ireland's future skills strategy.
In the OECD Skills Strategy project for Ireland, the OECD is working together with Ireland to review how Ireland’s National Skills Strategy 2025 might need to be adapted to ensure that it is still fit for purpose, and identify policy priorities for Ireland by reviewing the most important challenges and opportunities for Ireland’s skills system.
In the Recommendations phase of the project, the aim is to discuss the Potential Policy Directions (PPDs). These PPDs will be input to more strategic and detailed recommendations that will appear in the final report. In workshops and related meetings during the recommendations mission, the PPDs will be refined to better reflect the views of stakeholders.
The OECD Skills Strategy Ireland - Recommendations Survey
provides you with an opportunity to share your views on the PPDs. For the survey link to share your views click here