What Funding Is Your Company Receiving Towards Training & Upskilling Your Team?
Save yourself Work, Time and Money by using the Training Supports listed below.
M1 Drogheda Chamber Skillnet
The Network Manager, Joe Lynch will support your team’s training development, by offering tailored training to meet the needs of your business, via a database of qualified, professional & experienced trainers. up to 30% funding through Skillnet Ireland can be offered towards your training costs.
Contact email@example.com or Mobile:087 815 4467
Start-up Business Advice Clinic
The Business Advice Clinic is open every week for all types of businesses including new businesses in County Louth. The clinic can be a way of seeking advice on a business issue, or assessing the types of supports that are available for your business. To book your appointment at the clinic, simply click the link below.
Local Enterprise Office - Louth
First Stop Shop for anyone seeking information and support on starting or growing a business in Co. Louth.
LEO Louth offer a wide range of courses to suit everyone from entrepreneurs looking to start their own business to owner/managers and their specific business requirements.
To view full range of training courses, click here:
To Avail of Free Mentoring Service, click here:
For more information on the Trading Online Voucher, click here:
For other information and services, email firstname.lastname@example.org and one of the team will come back to you as soon as possible.
Temporary Business Energy Support Scheme (TBESS) - Lunch & Learn Thursday 6th April 2023
The aim of this information session is to help businesses better understand the guidelines & eligibility criteria for the scheme, as changes were made to the scheme in March 2023.
The webinaris FREE for local businesses to attend and they can register here:
AWS InCommunities Drogheda Fund
AWS InCommunities Fund has been set up to help local community groups, schools, and organisations in Drogheda, to help you to start or expand a community project in your neighbourhood. Learn more about available funding, projects, and the application process. Visit https://www.changex.org/gl/funds/awsincommunities-drogheda-fund
Advanced Manufacturing Centre, Dundalk
Deliver advanced manufacturing courses to up/reskill employees in technology-based occupations and to support enhanced productivity in Irish SMEs.
Skills to Advance
Skills to Advance is a SOLAS nationwide initiative, delivered through the ETB’s offering Employers & Employees up/reskilling opportunities. A selection of course are available day time an evening time and courses can be created to suit your business needs.
For more information Contact:
Business in Meath Aoife McDaid email@example.com
Business in Louth Linda Ennis firstname.lastname@example.org
Louth Meath Education Training Board (LMETB)
Apprenticeships – The Regional Skills and Training Centre, Dundalk provide services relating to apprenticeships across all registered trades.
Skills for Work - Contact Nolette Dolan email@example.com
SOLAS - Skills to Compete (https://www.solas.ie/programmes/skills-to-compete/)
Regional Skills Fora (https://www.regionalskills.ie/explore/) It is an innovative fully funded flexible initiative, offering an opportunity to boost employee’s digital skills, adaptability, workplace wellness and productivity.
Contact: Business in Meath Siobhan Keogh firstname.lastname@example.org
Business in Louth Ray Murphy email@example.com
Springboard Plus (https://springboardcourses.ie/) - The Springboard+ Initiative offer free or subsidised places on 332 courses leading to awards at certificate, degree and post-graduate level. Most courses are part-time for a maximum of 12 months and are open to all applicants; Employed, Unemployed, and Returners who meet the eligibility criteria at the time of course commencement.
Dundalk Institute of Technology (DKIT) (https://www.dkit.ie/postgraduate/funded-modular-and-postgraduate-opportunities.html) - The Institute is offering a wide range of programmes, including a number of funded courses under the July Stimulus. Fees do not apply for those seeking employment and applicants in receipt of relevant social welfare payments will retain their benefits under the July Stimulus, applicants currently employed and seeking to upskill can qualify for up to 90% of their fees.
LMETB can provide candidates trained from Level 2 to Level 6 and DKIT can provide 3rd Year College Graduates with a wide variety of skills and knowledge who can be matched to the skills needs of a company.
DKIT Contact Joyce O’Hara firstname.lastname@example.org
Drogheda Institute of Further Education (DIFE) email@example.com
O’Fiaich College (OFI) Dundalk firstname.lastname@example.org
Dunboyne College of Further Education email@example.com
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