November 22, 2016

Launch of Skillnets’ Statement of Strategy 2016-2019

Skillnets launched its four-year strategy on 3rd November 2016. The strategy was developed following a thorough consultation process with key stakeholders, including First Polymer Training Skillnet, and is closely aligned to the National Skills Strategy 2025 and other relevant policies. Speaking at the launch of Skillnets’ Statement of Strategy 2016-2019, Paul Healy, Chief Executive, Skillnets said: “Skillnets will be playing an increased role in maintaining a supply of the specific and future skills that impact on the growth potential of Irish firms. By working on the ground with our networks and member companies, we are exceptionally well placed with the intelligence and insights to ensure training interventions are relevant to the needs of enterprise and are of a high standard.”

First Polymer Training Skillnet will be closely aligning its activities over the next 4 years in line with the Skillnets strategy, to ensure it continues to develop and deliver focused, specific technical programmes to meet the current and future needs of the plastics sector.

To read more click https://www.skillnets.ie/skillnets-strategy

(L-R): Gerard Doyle, ICT Ireland Skillnet, Catherine Collins, First Polymer Training Skillnet, Paul Healy, Skillnets, Susan Costello, PharmaChem Skillnet, Mark Skinner, FDII Skillnet, Brian McMahon, Summit Finuas Network and Pauline O’Flanagan, Irish MedTech Skillnet.

(L-R): Gerard Doyle, ICT Ireland Skillnet, Catherine Collins, First Polymer Training Skillnet, Paul Healy, Skillnets, Susan Costello, PharmaChem Skillnet, Mark Skinner, FDII Skillnet, Brian McMahon, Summit Finuas Network and Pauline O’Flanagan, Irish MedTech Skillnet.

(L-R): Catherine Collins, First Polymer Training Skillnet, Dee Timoney, ITAG Skillnet, Paul Healy, Skillnets and Catherine Lenehan, Space Industry Skillnet.

(L-R): Catherine Collins, First Polymer Training Skillnet, Dee Timoney, ITAG Skillnet, Paul Healy, Skillnets and Catherine Lenehan, Space Industry Skillnet.

Pictured at the launch of Skillnets’ Statement of Strategy 2016-2019 are Minister for Education and Skills, Richard Bruton, TD, Skillnets CEO, Paul Healy, and Skillnets Chairman, Brendan McGinty. Skillnets delivers enterprise-led subsidised training programmes nationally. Over the next four years, Skillnets will play a pivotal role in delivering a supply of the specific skills and future skills that impact the growth potential and competitiveness of Irish enterprise.

Pictured at the launch of Skillnets’ Statement of Strategy 2016-2019 are Minister for Education and Skills, Richard Bruton, TD, Skillnets CEO, Paul Healy, and Skillnets Chairman, Brendan McGinty. Skillnets delivers enterprise-led subsidised training programmes nationally. Over the next four years, Skillnets will play a pivotal role in delivering a supply of the specific skills and future skills that impact the growth potential and competitiveness of Irish enterprise.

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