Pictured at the launch of Skillnets’ four new learning networks in medtech, design, hospitality and logistics sectors are Skillnets’ Chairman, Brendan McGinty, Minister for Education and Skills, Richard Bruton TD, and Skillnets’ Chief Executive, Paul Healy. Skillnets funds over 60 enterprise-led networks across the country, each supplying a range of specific skills and future skills for SMEs which impact on the growth potential and competitiveness of Irish enterprise.

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Minister for Education and Skills Richard Bruton T.D. speaking at the launch of four new Skillnets learning networks in MedTech, Design, Hospitality and Logistics sectors. Skillnets have a track record in developing innovative learning networks and currently support over 60 groups of private enterprises, particularly SMEs, in sectors and regions across the country.

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Minister for Education and Skills Richard Bruton T.D. speaking at the launch of four new Skillnets learning networks in MedTech, Design, Hospitality and Logistics sectors. Skillnets have a track record in developing innovative learning networks and currently support over 60 groups of private enterprises, particularly SMEs, in sectors and regions across the country.
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Pictured at the launch of four new Skillnets networks for the medtech, design, hospitality and logistics sectors are Adrian Cummins, Restaurants & Hospitality Skillnet, Skillnets Chairman, Brendan McGinty, Minister for Education and Skills, Richard Bruton TD, Skillnets Chief Executive, Paul Healy, Denise O’Connor, Design Enterprise Skillnet, James Winters, Internet of Medical Things (IOMT) Skillnet, and Pat Treacy, CILT Skillnet.