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About Skillnets

Skillnets is a state funded, enterprise-led support body dedicated to the promotion and facilitation of training and upskilling as key elements in sustaining Ireland’s national competitiveness.

They support and fund networks of enterprises to engage in training under the Training Networks Programme (TNP). These networks, now referred to as ‘Skillnets’, are led and managed by the enterprises themselves to design, manage and deliver specific training programmes across a broad range of industry and service sectors nationwide.

Since 1999, Skillnets has facilitated over 70,000 Irish enterprises, in over 400 networks to improve the range, scope and quality of training and allowed over 300,000 employees to upskill and meet their work related training needs.

In the Training Networks Programme (TNP) 2012/13 Skillnets networks are also providing training to job-seekers, who train with those in employment. By training with those in employment, job-seekers have access to networking opportunities and can keep up to date with their sector while participating in relevant industry-specific training programmes.

For further information on Skillnets  please visit:  www.skillnets.ie

 

The ICOS Skillnet is funded by member companies and the Training Networks Programme, an initiative of Skillnets Ltd. funded from the National Training Fund through the Department of Education & Skills.