Creating a Positive2Work Environment
The Positive2Work Skillnet is made up of small, medium & large companies from all sectors of the Irish Economy. The member companies of Positive2Work Skillnet have come together to explore how the intervention of effective strategies, supported by training solutions and people development, can positively impact on the quality of employees working lives and the competitive environment within which network member companies operate. The aim of the project is to create a Positive2Work environment for all employees within the member companies of the Skillnet.
To date the Skillnet has delivered training that support the areas of:
Building Resilience / Stress Management
Conflict Management / Building Constructive Relations
Change Management / People Management
While also working directly with member companies to deliver training that both incorporates the Positive2Work objective and meets their individual needs.
Positive2Work has approved funding until the end of 2017.
Positive2Work Skillnet provides subsidised training to member companies and offers free training for job-seekers. Members can also influence what courses are provided by the network.
Positive2Work Trainees Graduation in the Mansion House with Minister Catherine Byrne June 2017. Also in picture Positive2Work network manager Mark Brennan ...Read More
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar at a recent Positive2Work Graduation in the Guinness Store House presenting certs to trainees. Also in the photo ...Read More
From left to right: Brendan MGinty, Skillnets Chairman, Grainne O’Boyle, Director Positive2Work Skillnet, Paul Healy, CEO Skillnets and Mark Brennan, Network ...Read More
Positive 2 Work Skillnet with DIAGEO Ireland winners of Top Best Back to Employment Initiative in IITD Awards 2016
Top Best Back to Employment Initiative Winners (Left to right) Christine Campbell (Positive2Work Skillnet), Bernie Judge (Department of Social Protection), ...Read More
Minister Burton Launches the Advantage Programme, Positive2Work Skillnet’s Programme for Job Seekers
Positive2Work Skillnet, in partnership with Tesco Ireland and the Department of Social Protection, recently launched the pilot of the Advantage Programme ...Read More
The level of service I receive from Mark Brennan at the Skillnet is superb and the website is very straightforward to use. All in all, our experience with the Positive2work Skillnet has been first class.
The one thing I’ve noticed about your courses is quality over quantity. You could pack a room and get as much in fees as possible if you liked.
Members of the IE Network find it difficult to find courses that suit their needs, but Positive2Work Skillnet keep coming up with courses and subject mater that always compliments them with their up skilling and their learning path.