Why 15,000 Irish businesses are members of a Skillnet Learning Network...
With over 65 distinct Learning Networks nationwide, you can find a Skillnet Network that has experience in your particular area of interest and understands your specific business needs.
Skillnet Learning Networks offer a flexible approach suited to your business needs. They work with you to source and part-fund training partners to provide relevant upskilling where and when you need it.
Skillnet Networks consist of companies within the same sector or region and with similar training needs. Their focus is to identify the skills needed to make your business more competitive.
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What our members say...
Since joining the Irish Medtech Skillnet, Zenith Adhesive Components has been able to inexpensively access a huge range of training for its employees. This has greatly helped us adapt and respond to the many challenges we face as a fast-growing, small Irish start-up with a lot of new staff. Networking with fellow members companies has been invaluable to us and is a key ingredient in our recent success.Pat O Neill - Zenith Adhesive Components
The radio industry never stops evolving and we are constantly faced with new technologies, new challenges and new opportunities. It’s an absolute gift to have an entity such as Learning Waves Skillnet available as an asset that our radio station can depend on. It provides us with the most up-to-date industry focused training, a resource that we simply could not function without. My staff are constantly evolving and upskilling in all areas of radio, which allows us to stay relevant and to grow in an ever-changing landscape.Adelle Nolan - Today FM
As part of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet we have worked through building and delivering up-skilling and re-skilling programmes to enable our employees transition to the next stage in their careers. We are so appreciative of our Skillnet partners for the quality of their work, the guidance they provide and their agility to make things happen quickly.Aidan Lawrence - Hewlett Packard Inc