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Skillnets survey shows benefits of training

The Skillnets Annual Report 2010 was published this week, and reported that last year saw €17.3 million invested in developing the skills of some 39,000 people in Ireland. Skillnets proactively responds to enterprise needs by focusing on facilitating the changing needs of employers through best practice training, while simultaneously meeting the needs of the unemployed. Of the fund, €8.4 million was invested from the National Training Fund (NTF) and €8.9 million from companies. Trainees benefited from some 185,000 training days, delivered by more than 60 Skillnet networks across the country. In Co Galway, approximately 850 companies took part in the programme with approximately 2,175 trainees and 17,450 training days delivered.

Skillnets survey shows benefits of training

The Skillnets Annual Report 2010 was published this week, and reported that last year saw €17.3 million invested in developing the skills of some 39,000 people in Ireland. Skillnets proactively responds to enterprise needs by focusing on facilitating the changing needs of employers through best practice training, while simultaneously meeting the needs of the unemployed. Of the fund, €8.4 million was invested from the National Training Fund (NTF) and €8.9 million from companies. Trainees benefited from some 185,000 training days, delivered by more than 60 Skillnet networks across the country. In Co Galway, approximately 850 companies took part in the programme with approximately 2,175 trainees and 17,450 training days delivered.

€14.5 million Skillnets funding to help jobseekers, employees, and companies

€14.5 million has been allocated from the National Training Fund (NTF) to Skillnets Ltd to fund training through some 50 networks nationwide in 2011.

Train the Trainer

Galway’s premier subsidised training organisation, Galway Executive Skillnet(GES,) is offering a four-day Train the Trainer course at highly competitive prices.

Boston Scientific wins top engineers award

A Galway based company which is the world’s leading developer, manufacturer and marketer of less invasive medical devices, has won a major engineers award.

Skillnets train 1,900 in Midlands in 2009

Skillnets, the State funded, enterprise-led training body improved the work skills of 1,898 trainees in over 13,500 training days across 1,280 firms in the counties of Laois, Longford, Offaly, and Westmeath last year, according to its annual report releasd this week.

GES offers free training programmes for those on live register

Galway Executive Skillnet (GES) has launched a unique programme of free and subsidised business training for 2010.The organisation is now in a position to offer free training places on a number of its training programmes to those signing on the live register.

GES offers free training programmes for those on live register

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Galway Executive Skillnet (GES) has launched a unique programme of free and subsidised business training for 2010.The organisation is now in a position to offer free training places on a number of its training programmes to those signing on the live register.

Entrepreneurs beat the recession with marketing master class

Some of the secrets of surviving the recession will be revealed at a forthcoming training seminar for fledgling businesses across the west.

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