PLEASE NOTE: If you wish to be considered for 2018 funding please contact us
Do you need:
Specific training to help you with new challenges/developments in your job?
Would you like to maintain your personal professional competitive edge by keeping up to date with new developments in your industry?
We can help…
Cost: Next Level Skillnet can offer fee subvention (financial assistance) to employees whose fees are being paid by their Company i.e. being paid directly by the company or employee is paying fees and being reimbursed upon successful completion of the course.
Note: Course Fees are due within 30 days of date of invoice with payment being made to Next Level Skillnet directly. We cannot offer our fee discount to students who have already paid the Training Provider, in this instance the student would have to re-apply for Next Level Skillnet discount for the following semester.
IMPORTANT: Non-payment will cause automatic cessation of Next Level Skillnet subvention. Consequently the participant will be liable for the full semester fees payable to the Training Provider. Students who defer or decide not to continue on the course MUST advise Next Level Skillnet and their relevant Training Provider immediately.
To view a list of our current courses please see here
Importance of Paperwork*: Each network is expected to achieve the financial and activity targets set out in the network contract. Grant payments are conditional on the network performance and without completed paperwork from employees/participants on training the network will not be able to fund courses.
Did you know?
Our training networks only provide training to employees of private sector/commercial semi-state companies based in the Republic of Ireland. Networks are required to collect data on the profile of trainees supported and record this in the Skillnets on-line reporting system (paperwork* for this is provided in advance).
To find out more information or to discuss how Next Level Skillnet can address your training needs, please contact: – Sue Davies – Technical Coordinator
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