Please explore the FAQ’s below to learn more about our Network. If your query is not answered, please contact us now to talk to a member of the Network team.

How do we become a member of Next Level Skillnet?

Becoming a member of our network couldn’t be easier, there is no membership fee and the only criteria we have are:-

  • The company is not a public-sector company
  • The company must be paying the employees fees

Are there any forms to complete?

We ask members to complete:-

  • a membership application form and
  • we ask members to complete a Training Needs Analysis survey

Employees undertaking training will also be asked to complete a trainee profile form and at the end of the course a feedback form.

Where does the funding come from?

Next Level Skillnet is co-funded by Skillnet Ireland and member companies.  Skillnet Ireland is funded from the National Training Fund through the Department of Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science.

How does the payment process work?

Next Level Skillnet will invoice the member company directly for the training cost/s due for their employee/s minus the discount.  The member company will then make payment to Next Level Skillnet. Once payment has been received the training provider will invoice Next Level Skillnet for the full amount and Next Level Skillnet will pay the training provider directly.

Our payment terms are 30 days from the date of the invoice.

How can payment be made?

We can accept payment via Cheque, Bankers Draft, Stripe, PayPal or Electronic Fund transfer. Our preferred method of payment is Electronic Fund Transfer.

Cheques should be made payable to Supply Network Shannon and sent for the attention of Sue Davies, Technical Coordinator, Next Level Skillnet, Unit 6, Smithstown Industrial Estate, Shannon, Co Clare, V14 H582