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Dublin Regional Skills - a central contact 1to1 Free advice for Business to navigate funded Skills provisions through our Educational Partners FE & HE. Addressing Skills in Dublin

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Minister Harris launches major 10-year adult literacy strategy

Minister Harris launches major 10-year adult literacy strategy

The Strategy aims to ensure that every adult has the necessary literacy, numeracy and digital literacy to fully engage in society and realise their potential.
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EXPLORE a 100% Funded Digital Skills Initiative

EXPLORE is a Regional Skills initiative developed to help address the issue of Ireland's low level of participation in lifelong learning, particularly targeting persons over 35 years of age in manufacturing employment. Laptop provided for each participant.

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Future In Tech 8 Pathways Programme

Future In Tech 8 Pathways Programme

8 FREE tech skills programmes to help non-tech jobseekers rapidly and easily develop new digital skills and access new job opportunities. Candidates must be at least 18 years old and be unemployed.

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Dublin Chamber Sustainability & Digital Academy

Sustainability Academy - starting 22nd September
The key outcome will be that participants are equipped with the awareness, knowledge and skills required to develop a business roadmap for their company.

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Design Skills Implementation Group Year in Review

Design Skills - The Group was formed on the foot of recommendations arising from the Expert Group on Future Skills Needs (EGFSN) 2020 Together for Design report. This report focussed on the digital, product and strategic design skills required by enterprise over the period of 2020-2025.
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HEA Upskilling Report

Upskilling Report - Almost half of the population would like to retrain to work in a more progressive and evolving sector. That’s according to the results of a survey, released by the Higher Education Authority (HEA), which examined people’s attitudes to work and upskilling.
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Dublin Economic Monitor September 2021

 

The Dublin Economic Monitor is a joint initiative on behalf of the four Dublin Local Authorities, and is designed to be of interest to those living and doing business in Dublin or considering locating here.
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