MentorsWork: Early Access for SFA Members



This year has posed many threats and depending on the nature of your business or industry, you may have a wide range of challenges to face. Many business owners-managers and leaders are in need of structured support to help sustain and improve their business.


The Small Firms Association in partnership with Skillnet Ireland, the national agency responsible for advancing the competitiveness, productivity, and innovation of Irish businesses through enterprise-led workforce development, are delighted to announce the launch of the MentorsWork initiative, designed to provide SMEs, like yours, with a pathway to better business and to help you on the road to business recovery.


MentorsWork officially launches on 16th Sept but SFA members are being offered exclusive early access to apply for the programme now using the link below. Early access is limited to the first 50 approved company applications.


About MentorsWork

The MentorsWork 8-week business-support programme is FREE to SMEs nationwide and offers a range of integrated, flexible learning supports to help your business to adapt and thrive, by improving skills and competencies across our four learning pillars; People, Finance and Growth, Digitalisation and Automation, and Business Processes.


You choose the priority areas for your business and we tailor the programme to suit your needs.


The MentorsWork programme includes;

  • One-to-one mentoring sessions
  • Peer-focused expert-led workshops
  • Thought-leader masterclasses
  • Access to a curated online learning platform


We hope that you will find the MentorsWork programme to be hugely beneficial, and we look forward to helping you to build your pathway to better business.


Apply now at




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