Here are links to external sites you may find of interest. This is not an exhaustive list and will be added to over time.
IDA Ireland is not responsible for the content of these sites.
- Meet in Ireland
The Meet in Ireland website is the official gateway to Ireland for businesses and organisations interested in Ireland as a destination for association conferences, meetings, incentives and corporate events.
Irish Institutes of Technology:
- Institute of Technology, Athlone
- Institute of Technology, Dublin
- Institute of Technology, Galway-Mayo
- Institute of Technology, Limerick
- Institute of Technology, Letterkenny
- Institute of Technology, Tralee
- Institute of Technology, Waterford
- Institute of Technology, Blanchardstown
- Institute of Technology, Carlow
- Institute of Technology, Cork
- Institute of Technology Cork - Electronic Engineering
- Institute of Technology, Dundalk
- Institute of Technology, Sligo
- Institute of Technology, Tallaght
- Skillnets – Enterprise-led training networks - Skillnets is an enterprise-led support body whose mission is to enhance the skills of people in employment in Irish industry to support competitiveness and employability. The Training Networks Programme is an initiative of Skillnets Ltd and is funded from the National Training Fund through the Department of Trade, Enterprise and Employment. It enables grant aided training for the private sector through 114 industry and regional training networks.
- Finuas – Growing Skills for International Financial Services - Finuas is a programme dedicated to specialised training within the international financial services sector, which is jointly funded by the government and companies within the sector. Finuas is envisaged to run for up to 5 years with €2.5m allocated from the National Training Fund for 2009. It is managed by Skillnets Ltd on behalf of the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Finuas aims to support the sector in maintaining Ireland’s position as a top international financial services centre through investment in the specialist skills and expertise of its workforce.
- Education Ireland website
- Springboard - The Springboard initiative in higher education offers free, part-time courses at certificate, degree and masters level, leading to qualifications that are in demand among employers. The majority of courses are one-year or less in duration, and Springboard is open to jobseekers who have a previous history of employment and believe that a focused, high-quality qualification is the key to getting back to work.
- International School of Dublin
Government and State Agencies
County Enterprise Boards