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Steering Group Members

Grainne O'Boyle
Marian Geoghegan
Mark Brennan
Network Manager
Maria Luddy
Irish Wheelchair Association


Our membership and involvement with the Positive2Work Skillnet has been hugely valuable to Britvic.

Positive2Work Skillnet offers companies the opportunity to provide 1st class training solutions in a completely cost effective way.

Dublin Bus

Dublin Bus have been using Positive2Work Skillnet for over five years for training and workplace learning.


Positive2Work Skillnet acts a true business partner to all companies in their network and provides these companies with high quality training at the lowest possible costs.

Country Crest

Country Crest has been associated with Positive2Work Skillnet for many years now and are proud to be members.


The RDS has been a member of Positive2Work Skillnet for the last number of years.

An Post

An Post has been associated with Positive2Work for many years and that relationship...


I have organized a number of training courses through Positive2Work Skillnet and also booked employees on a number of their public courses.

Helsinn Birex

Positive2Work Skillnet provides training for our staff in a highly professional and cost efficient way.

IE Network

The Positive2Work Skillnet has proven to be a great asset to the IE Network, with the variety and level of courses it provides.


  • 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.

    - Jim Nolan
    IE Network Manager

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Skillnets is a state funded, enterprise-led support body dedicated to the promotion and facilitation of training and upskilling as key elements in sustaining Ireland's national competitiveness.

We support and fund networks of enterprises to engage in training under the Training Networks Programme (TNP). These networks, now referred to as 'Skillnets', are led and managed by the enterprises themselves to design, manage and deliver specific training programmes across a broad range of industry and service sectors nationwide.

Since 1999, Skillnets has facilitated almost 70,000 Irish enterprises, in over 400 networks to improve the range, scope and quality of training and allowed over 300,000 employees to upskill and meet their work related training needs.

In the Training Networks Programme (TNP) 2012/13 Skillnets networks are also providing training to job-seekers, who are training with those in employment. By training with those in employment, job-seekers can access networking opportunities and keep up to date with their sector while participating in relevant industry-specific training programmes.

The Positive2Work Skillnet is funded by member companies and the Training Networks Programme, an initiative of Skillnets funded from the National Training Fund through the Department of Education and Skills.