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Dublin Regional Skills - a central contact to support Business navigate funded Skills provisions through our Educational Partners FE & HE. Addressing Skills in Dublin.

 

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Ministers announce €20 million to expand apprenticeship 

Minister Harris and Minister Collins announce €20 million capital funding to expand apprenticeship provision across further and higher education. 
Funding is aimed at increasing the capacity to deliver off-the-job training in craft apprenticeship across the country
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SME Engagement for Skills & Growth - Balbriggan Learning Festival

SME Engagement for Skills and Growth part of the Balbriggan Learning Festival 
Online link will be sent once registered for the event Thursday 22nd April 12noon-1pm

Re-Ignite Your Career with a short course from TU Dublin and UCD

Re-Ignite Your Career with a short course from TU Dublin and UCD. (Free / 90% subsidised for eligible candidates*) offering further 'live-online' immersive short courses designed primarily for individuals and businesses that have been impacted by Covid-19 such as the tourism, hospitality, arts and entertainment sectors.
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Spring Skills Bulletin 2021

Spring Skills Bulletin  - The topic of skills mismatch1 has been gaining increasing amounts of attention amongst education and labour market policy makers, especially since 2017 when the OECD reported that almost half (44%) of Ireland’s workforce was mismatched.
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New ‘MentorsWork’ online competency tool allows SMEs to identify key skills gaps

Skillnet Ireland in partnership with the Small Firms Association (SFA), has announced the expansion of ‘MentorsWork,’ an initiative aimed at helping Irish SME business owners and managers to navigate current business challenges and plan for growth.

Access to Apprenticeship award Digital Badge

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The Digital Badge will be awarded lo our industry partners in recognition of their support and contribution to the TU Dublin Access to Apprenticeship programme and its mission to promote access. diversity and inclusion in craft apprenticeship.

Ministers Harris and Collins launch
Regional Skills Information Campaign

 

The Regional Skills campaign is aimed at businesses of all sizes and offers a range of services and supports available across the education and training system and a structure for employers to become more involved in promoting employment roles and opportunities for career progression in their sectors.
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