The Discover AI Event - for enterprise in the South East
Wed 18th October in Kilkenny You are invited to join us at The Discover AI Event for enterprise and industry in the South East to network with your peers and learn about the huge potential of Artificial Intelligence (AI) for business and how it’s being practically applied to the full gamut of enterprise. Details here.
Demand for CNC Machining & Operating Training in South East
A recent SERSF survey revealed that there is a demand from SMEs for upskilling staff in these disciplines. The SERSF survey received a response from a total of 45 companies in the South East. Details here.
What does Environmental Sustainability mean for SMEs and where can I learn more?
SMEs face many challenges as they strive to transition into environmentally sustainable companies. While the benefits of sustainability are clear - reduced operational costs, enhanced brand reputation, and contributing to a greener planet – where do companies start? Details here.
Guidance Counsellors in Schools keen to engage with career opportunities available across the South East
A recent meeting with Guidance Counsellors in the South East revealed a strong interest to engage more with industry to promote career opportunities available in the region. Schools are also eager for more insights into the growing range of apprenticeships now on offer. More.
There are a variety of part time courses available across the region aimed at upskilling and reskilling staff in various sectors.
Edmond Connolly South East Regional Skills Forum Manager Email:[email protected] Tel: 087 831 4729 If you need any support or guidance in terms of your industry’s skills get in touch here. South East Regional Skills Forum can help you and your team avail of a range of funded skills solutions (many of which are online & flexibly delivered) best suited to your company's needs.
What We Do.......
SERSF is a single contact point in the region to help employers connect with the education and training system (Further & Higher Education providers) and create greater collaboration and utilise the resources available to enhancement our regional skills.