Fingal roadmap for future skills development a model of best practice for other Local Authorities
Fingal County Council wishes to advise that Minister for Further & Higher Education, Research, Innovation & Science, Simon Harris TD will be making a keynote address on why business success and economic development relies on having access to the right talent, relevant skills and on meeting future skills needs.
The Minister will be speaking at an event focusing on the Fingal Skills Strategy, the first of its kind in Ireland, which sets out a host of specific actions that include developing and delivering training, and creating opportunities for collaboration with employers, educational institutions and other stakeholders. As the first Local Authority in Ireland to develop a Skills Strategy, Fingal is seen as providing a roadmap for future skills development and a model of best practice for other councils across the country.
Who: Simon Harris (Minister for Further & Higher Education, Research, Innovation & Science); Cllr Seána Ó Rodaigh (Mayor of Fingal); Prof. Daire Keogh (President of DCU); Siobhan Kinsella (Chairperson of the Skills Strategy Implementation Group); Mary-Liz Trant (National Apprenticeship Office
When: 9.00am on Friday 29 April 2022
Where: Empire, First Landings, Skerries, K34KC92
For more information or to attend the Minister's session please contact: email@example.com