Over the next five years Skillnet Ireland will be guided by three strategic themes:
Having the right people with the right skills and tools, in the right roles at the right time is more critical now than ever.
As working environments become more complex, developing people is an essential strategy to achieve business goals.
Strategic innovation places businesses ahead of the curve and helps workers adapt to the future world of work.
Total people trained
- Male 56%
- Female 44%
Companies by size
Companies by sector
What our members say...
Animation Skillnet has provided our staff with a wide-range of accessible opportunities to up-skill in a variety of relevant industry areas. The course topics are designed to allow the application of learning in day-to-day roles, which is very rewarding for staff. These offerings along with the traineeship have led to high staff engagement overall. This is evident through the conversations people are having about what they are learning and the eagerness of staff to participate in the courses.Dr Arlene Egan - Brown Bag Films
Pfizer have been part of the BioPharmaChem Skillnet for a number of years now. For us, this is the best way to source the right type of training and up-skilling for our type of industry. The courses are always of high standard and the learning gained from our employees is well used and related specifically to the work place. We also find the BioPharmaChem Skillnet a very efficient way to network with other pharmaceutical companies, for benchmarking and agreeing best practice on problematic topics.Mike Calnan - Pfizer Ringaskiddy
Kingspan is committed to sustainability and values the services provided by Sustainability Skillnet. We have availed of training that ensures our business is fully briefed on topics that impact our business, and the insights gained through Leadership and Networking activities are second-to-none. Sharing knowledge and insights with like-minded organisations and individuals strengthens us all.Bianca Wong - Kingspan