Dundalk Chamber Skillnet, has a number of subsidised training courses running over the month of July in Creative Spark, Dundalk.
9th July – Project Management:
- A great introduction to the fundamentals of Project Management.
- The course is suitable for anyone who’s role involves organising / planning.
- Participants will learn easy to apply tools & techniques that will improve efficiency and flexibility.
19th July – Time Management:
- The trainer, is a published author on the topic & an expert in the field
- Stay ahead of deadlines through the “Balance Sheet Rule”, moving away from “To Do” lists.
- Receive guidance on dealing with difficult people who steal your time through regular interruptions.
24th July – Developing a Compelling Sales Pitch:
- A great course for any one involved in sales.
- Learn how to create a powerful customer experience during pitches & presentations,
- Gain more confidence in dealing with difficult situations & deadlocks
- Trainees will also develop a personal action plan they can apply back on the job.
What is Dundalk Chamber Skillnet
Dundalk Chamber Skillnet was established to make training in Dundalk and across the North East more affordable & accessible. The training is subsidised, part funded by Skillnet Ireland through the dept. of education.
The role of Dundalk Chamber Skillnet is to understand the skills gap in the region and to plug the gap by facilitating both publicly run & inhouse company training.
If your company has a specific training need, let us know, not only will we part fund but we’ll also source the trainer.
We have access to an expert pool of experienced & quality trainers who work with 70 other Skillnet networks throughout the country.
Since April 1st, we’ve trained over 100 employees from 40 different companies across the North East.
What is Skillnet Ireland
Skillnet is the national agency dedicated to the promotion & facilitation of workforce learning in Ireland.
Skillnet Ireland networks operate under a joint investment model whereby learning networks can apply to receive up to 50% of the cost of training from Skillnet Ireland, and the remainder of costs are funded in matching contributions from participating businesses in the learning network. The approach has received international recognition as a model of best practice from the OECD, amongst others