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Regional Skills - Mid West


Springboard+ 2022 Employer Webinar
Briefing on Government Funded Part Time Courses by HEA, UL & TUS

Opportunity for employers and talent retention teams to hear about proposed new Government funded part time Springboard+ courses from University of Limerick and Technological University of the Shannon. Springboard+ courses reflect current and future skill needs across all industry sectors and are delivered in a flexible blended format to suit those in employment. The Higher Education Authority (HEA) will update attendees on eligibility criteria. To register click  here 
Construction Sector Future Skill Needs
Upskill & Retain Your Talent on Existing & New Part Time Courses

In collaboration with the Construction Industry Federation (CIF) and education providers the regional skills forum are hosting an in person briefing on the range of supports available to upskill those working in the Construction sector. Skill areas identified include digitalisation, sustainability, Nzeb and apprenticeships. To attend email [email protected]

Minister Niall Collins T.D. Launches Annual Report  Summary of Our 2021 Activities

Minister for  Skills Niall Collins T.D. recently launched our annual report. Details on the various employer steering groups established for new programme development together with information on industry sector engagement and upskilling events delivered can be accessed by clicking here.
Talent Retention Upskilling Options
Overview on Government Funded Employee Training

Talent retention requires talent development and the opportunity for employees to upskill and develop their careers. There are a range of Government funding models that enable employees upskill on part time short flexible courses across a range of disciplines. An overview of various training options can be viewed by clicking here

Mid-West Regional Skills Forum
Advising Employers on Government Talent Development Supports

The Mid-West Regional Skills Forum is part of a nationwide network of fora established by the Department of Further & Higher Education, Research Innovation & Science. Regional Skill Managers provide a single point of contact for employers looking to engage with education and training providers on talent development needs. To find out about Government funding supports to help upskill your employees click here

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