What we do

it@cork skillnet is a learning network that supports and works with companies of all sizes in the Tech sector in the South West region, to address current and future skills needs through provision of subsidised training solutions.

How can your company benefit from being part of it@cork skillnet?

>Support: Flexible approach suited to your business needs; we work with you to source and part-fund training partners to provide relevant up-skilling where and when you need it.

>Member-led Collaboration: Our network is made up of companies within the Tech sector with similar training needs. Because our training is member-driven we are in a unique position to identify these shared training needs and hence shared training costs.

>Cost-effective subsidised training: Skillnet Ireland funding enables us to achieve significant efficiencies, which are passed onto our members in the form of substantially reduced training rates.

>Networking & Knowledge-Sharing: The network help promote the sharing of information, best  practice and business contacts among member companies. Interacting with other member companies on training courses greatly increases your opportunity to learn about the latest  developments and broaden your network.

Our aims

We aim to support and work with the Tech sector in the South-West to ensure it has the skills it needs to thrive nationally and globally

Promoting Agency

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Steering Group

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Member Companies

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About Skillnet Ireland

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Management Development

Enhancing management capacity, particularly in SMEs, is key priority for all Skillnet Ireland networks. In addition to the programmes our network delivers, Skillnet Ireland has a suite of Management Development Programmes available to help business owners and managers improve business performance and enable businesses achieve better results. Click here for more information on the Skillnet Ireland website.

Employment Activation Programmes

It@cork Skillnet does not have an employment activation program in 2019. See Skillnet Ireland website for more information on the EAP.