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Minister Bruton launches Skillnets Statement of Strategy 2016-2019

Speaking at the launch of Skillnets’ Statement of Strategy 2016-2019 Minister for Education and Skills, Richard Bruton, TD said: “Recognising that the war for talent is now one of the most important factors for job-creation, ambitious action to increase our skills supply must be a priority. We must ensure that we continue to increase the skills supply, […]

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Brexit Briefings in Sligo & Castlebar

Brexit Briefings to address the “Impacts and Opportunities” presented by Brexit will take place on Thursday September 29th in IT Sligo at 8.00am and GMIT Castlebar at 5.00pm. Guest speakers include the economist Jim Power and Eoghan O’Mara Walsh, Chief Executive of the Irish Tourist Industry Confederation.         Issues to be discussed […]

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Increased funding for Boyle based training network

Boyle based training network, Role Skillnet, has announced increased funding for training in 2016. The network, based at Boyle Enterprise Centre, provides up to 30% funding for training in the region’s small & medium enterprises. It moved to Boyle in January 2014 The network promoters are Boyle Chamber of Commerce and it is managed by [...]

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Hats Off to Cookery Course Students in Boyle

   Pictured below are the participants who took part in a Foundation Cookery Course held in Boyle, Co Roscommon this spring. The course was organised by Role Skillnet as part of a JSSP programme and took place in Abbey Community College, Boyle   The course was designed to upskill participants for job opportunities in the […]

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Department of Education and Skills & Skillnets funded Ireland

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