Skillnet Training Network in South West Ireland
to improve your client & business capability and drive your business performance
South West Gnó Skillnet
Welcome to South West Gnó Skillnet, a learning & development network of companies based in Kerry.
We have built an unrivalled, screened & proven panel of training experts, that you can access painlessly, flexibly and at short notice, to improve your client & business capability and drive your business performance.
All training developed and delivered by the network is part funded by Skillnet Ireland who receives funding from the National Training Fund and The Department of Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science.
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By joining our network for FREE, South West Gnó Skillnet will provide your organisation with access to many benefits.About Us
- Reduce your training costs by 30%
- Gain access to a panel of training experts
- Avail of networking opportunities
- Up-skill & Re-skill yourself and your staff!
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Latest News from South West Gnó
Skillnet Ireland welcomes investment in talent in Budget 2022 to support SME growth and FDI investment
Skillnet Ireland, the business support agency of the Government of Ireland, has welcomed the focus on talent within Budget 2022 and the Government’s decision to increase its funding allocation for 2022. Today’s budget saw the talent agency...
COVID-19 has meant significant changes for so many across the economy in 2020. Encouragingly, in a short space of time, many businesses have reinvented themselves entirely, showing the tenacity and innovative thinking required for tomorrow’s world of work. Within this...
Skillnet Ireland has today launched their new strategy, Transforming Business Through Talent 2021-2025. The strategy sets out ambitious targets over the course of the next five years to increase the organisation’s engagement with business and industry,...
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Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some answers to some of the more commonly asked questions, but if you don’t find your answer here please contact us
What Courses are we running
How are courses selected to be run?
Content, duration and dates can be modified to suit the requirements of participants.
How does the subvention mechanism work?
All courses are charged at full cost up-front. The network subsequently refunds participants on a quarterly basis. The network is a not-for-profit organisation and is dependent on grant monies from Skillnets Ireland & member companies which comes in tranches. This mechanism prevents any potential cash flow difficulties. Subvention is typically up to 30%.
Do I need to have chosen a vendor and content to make a request?