County Tipperary Skillnet are delighted to co-sponsor this amazing event to celebrate International Women's Day 2022.
We support the theme of #BreakTheBias as the world strifes to provide gender equality.
The ‘Regional Leaders Programme’ has been designed to develop future leaders in the South East Region, and has proven to be a catalyst for leadership acceleration and network growth, with access to 1:1 and group sessions that have stood to support the programmes’ alumni in recent years.
Designed for professionals who wish to develop their leadership competencies, the programme will also benefit companies seeking to increase the capacity of their internal management talent pool. Enquire here:
There was a fantastic turnout at this weeks Lunch & Lunch Collaborative Event on the 26th May 2021 with LIT Questum, County Tipperary Chamber & County Tipperary Skillnet. Sandra Hennessy of Be:Dynamic shared practical tips on how to drive sales by using Instagram more effectively.
Launch of Skillnet Ireland Statement of Strategy 2021-2025- November 2020 by Minister Simon Harris- Department of Further & Higher Education, Research, Innovation & Science
Having a skilled and agile workforce is essential to how we respond to current and future business challenges. The future, although challenging, offers an opportunity to transition and transform businesses, build new business models or reengineer existing ones, and enable those in the workforce to build new skills. By developing our talented workforce we will ensure businesses are equipped for the future.
Skillnet Ireland look forward to working with businesses to support the talent demands for a more digital future and building a low-carbon and sustainable economy. The strategic themes will be delivered upon through clear and ambitious actions, so that we can make the optimum contribution to the productivity and innovation of businesses in Ireland.
Strategic Themes to Support Irish Business
Over the next five years Skillnet Ireland will be guided by three strategic themes:
Workforce design is the process of analysing the workforce, determining its future needs, and identifying the gap that exists between what the organisation needs now and what it will need in the future. The need to have the right people with the right skills and tools, in the right roles at the right time is more critical now than ever. Workforce design is essential to keep enterprise ahead of the curve, building human capital and capacity at a sectoral and regional level.
As working environments become more complex and greater agility is needed, developing people is an essential strategy to achieve business goals. People development activities help businesses to improve through talent development and that enable workers to learn and to grow. It results in better business outcomes, improved staff engagement and greater career opportunities for workers.
We are living in an age of unparalleled technological disruption and business transformation. Strategic innovation is at the core of how enterprises manage change and adopt to changing circumstances. Strategic innovation places businesses ahead of the curve by boosting creativity, ideation and productivity and helps workers adapt to the new world of work by future proofing their skills.
Read the full Statement of Strategy 2021-2025 here
County Tipperary Skillnet hosted a highly informative and beautiful event for International Womens Day which was attended by influential and successful women from County Tipperary.
Afternoon Tea was served at the Clonmel Park Hotel while guests were welcomed by County Tipperary Skillnet manager, Karen Walters.
Guest speaker, Emma Lacy of Horan Automation outlined the course of her very successful career with the full time demands of being a mother which struck a cord with many of the women in attendance.
County Tipperary Skillnet in conjunction with County Tipperary Chamber were delighted to support Local Work Week 2020.
During the week over 120 events nationwide brought together an estimated 15,000 people to help them achieve their career goals.
Congratulations to the recent participants on the Supervisory Management Course who completed six weeks of training to achieve QQI Level 6 status.
This highly popular course, run by County Tipperary Skillnet, was delivered by Thurles based training provider 2UpSkill.
Congratulations to those Home Instead participants who completed the QQI Level 5 Healthcare Support delivered through County Tipperary Skillnet. Network Manager Karen Walters was delighted to present the Certificates to Niamh Toomey & Jacqueline Ronan Quinn.
Privileged to have been sponsors of Entrepreneur's Day 2020 on 10th January, hosted by Mr Tom Brennan, Entrepreneur in Residence at LIT Questum Acceleration Centre.