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We’re delighted to introduce you to a new qualification, the first of it’s kind in Ireland, which could suit some of your needs locally. This qualification is fully dedicated to the 14-24 age group and is suitable for all levels, including NEET’s (those young people who are Not in Employment, Education or Training).

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Our Career Employability Specialist Programme is:

  • The first Employability programme in Ireland to be endorsed by the Institute of Employability Professionals (http://www.myiep.uk/page/CALP)
  • Recognised by the Institute of Leadership & Management (https://www.i-l-m.com/)
  • Completed by over 70 Professionals working in the Employability & ctivation Sector
  • Organisations including Department of Social Protection, ETB’s, ILDN, SICAP, TUS, National Learning Network have supported staff in becoming better qualified for this sector.

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This course is designed to assist participants in deciding on their Career Plan, provide the skills required to achieve their goals and instil the confidence to put this plan into action. It will enable them to progress into further training or into employment with a recognised City & Guilds qualification.

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This course is designed to assist participants in deciding on their Career Plan, provide the skills required to achieve their goals and instil the confidence to put this plan into action. It will enable them to progress into further training or into employment with a recognised City & Guilds qualification.

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Looking for a career in hospitality, tourism, retail or customer service?

 

HPSU Skillnet in conjunction with Career & Life Planning  have a 4 week course (3 weeks training – 1 week placement) commencing in Galway. The full-time course is open to those in receipt of a welfare payment or signing for credits. The course includes ;

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Stress has become synonymous with today’s fast-paced lifestyle and, for the majority of people, it’s a given that there will be times when their job becomes highly stressful. But the better able an individual feels able to cope with stress the less (more…)

Developing new approaches to activating people locally, drive positive outcomes and influence the right people

 

  • Engaging with Local Employers, does your organisation have a strategy?
  • Are you confident that you have the knowledge and skills to implement a successful employability programme and drive positive outcomes?
  • Do you have the confidence, knowledge and skills to influence your social partners and potential participants to get your programme noticed?

Career Employability Specialist Programme endorsed by the
Institute of Employability Professionals, recognised by the Institute of Leadership & Management

 Limerick, Dublin and Sligo* 

1 Day per week over 4 weeks

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Making a case for your training budget can be tough. Graham Scrivener, Managing Director of Forum EMEA, shares his tips.

Measuring the value that leadership development brings to the business is key, especially at a time when companies are looking for ways to reduce spending and cut costs. Any areas of the business unable to demonstrate a return on investment are vulnerable to budget cuts.

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Demonstrating ROI (Return On Investment) – both for your clients and as a coach – is imperative.

Coaching: it’s a term that most learning and development professionals are familiar with.  To coach – in a workplace setting, of course – means to help others explore their goals and ambitions, and equip them with the right tools to help achieve their potential.  It is a useful way of developing people’s skills and abilities, and of boosting performance, which in turn delivers business benefits.

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