The Irish Centre for Business Excellence (ICBE) welcomes the increased funding announced for Skillnet Ireland in Budget 2022, which is the 5th consecutive year of budget increases secured by Skillnet Ireland.
With this increase in funding, the three ICBE Skillnet Networks – Aviation Skillnet, ICBE Advanced Productivity Skillnet and ICBE Business Excellence Skillnet - are committed to continue supporting businesses through workforce upskilling and reskilling.
Established over 25 years ago, the Irish Centre for Business Excellence is a national knowledge-sharing business network based in Limerick that helps businesses be the best they can be. Being part of the ICBE community enables ICBE member companies to build a strong company not just for their employees, but as a commitment to Ireland’s competitive future.
ICBE CEO Linda Barron noted “Maintaining a highly skilled workforce is essential to our national competitiveness and our Skillnet Networks can help your business to ensure it has the skills it needs to thrive.”
Skillnet Ireland is a business support agency of the Government of Ireland, responsible for advancing the competitiveness, productivity and innovation of Irish businesses through enterprise-led workforce development.
Skillnet Ireland supports over 21,000 businesses nationwide and provides a wide range of valuable learning experiences to over 81,000 trainees.