Richard Bruton Minister for Education & Skills visits Questum Acceleration Centre, Clonmel 18th May & Chamber announces North Tipperary Launch of County Tipperary Business Awards 2018
On his recent visit to the Questum Acceleration Centre in Clonmel, Minister for Education and Skills, Richard Bruton T.D., commented that the County Tipperary Business Awards offer an opportunity to “recognize enterprise excellence, innovation capability and exporting capability, … all of which are key to our success as a country”.
iGarret Ahearn Fine Gael, Karen Walters Network Manager of County Tipperary Skillnet and Minister Richard Bruton
County Tipperary Skillnet are proud to sponsor the 'Best Employer: Talent Development, Training & Wellness' category- companies will be asked to:
1. Demonstrate how the organisation is upskilling its employees to support their personal and professional development including a structured approach to the training and development of:
Wellbeing and resilience skills
2. Describe how the organisation supports employees to define and establish an environment where health and wellbeing, both physical and mental, are protected and respected.
3. Outline how those strategies have supported the stability and growth of the business in the last year.
Minister Bruton presented with Dail Eireann 1919; T.J. Kinsella - Chamber President, Cllr. Michael Murphy, David Shanahan - Chamber CEO, Minister Bruton, VP of LIT - Liam Browne, Garret Ahearn, Gillian Barry - LIT Head of Innovation and Enterprise