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Entrepreneur Training Programmes for SFA Members

This training programme is offered by the Entrepreneur Skillnet to SFA Member companies. Participants avail of subsidised Skillnet rates for the training.

Training courses available include:

- An Introduction Lean Process and Thinking

- Role Focus - the Company Secretary

- Focus on Numbers - Finance for non-Accountants

- Making Business Work Using Digital Media

Price includes refreshments, lunch and all course materials.  The Workshops are designed to be practical and to suit the needs of Irish SME’s.

The training venue is DCU Ryan Academy, 3013 Lake Drive, Citywest Business Campus, Dublin 24.

If your team would benefit from a training course not listed above, we have extensive experience of developing customised in-house training programmes and these can also avail of Skillnets funding assistance.

For further information or to book a course contact Niamh Collins at 01 700 6762 or by email at 

About the Entrepreneur Skillnet

The Entrepreneur Skillnet is a network of small and medium sized enterprises with an entrepreneurial focus.  Member companies use the network to avail of grant assisted training and networking opportunities for their owners, managers and staff.  We believe that entrepreneurs need not only to improve their own skills but also the skills of their teams, if they are to grow and be successful in today's business environment.  In keeping with the current focus of Skillnets, we also offer free training places to the unemployed.

About Skillnets

Skillnets Limited, an enterprise-led publicly funded body, was established in 1999 to support the development of workplace skills. Skillnets works with groups of companies across regions and sectors to provide quality training as a key element in sustaining Ireland's national competitiveness. A Skillnets network (e.g. the Entrepreneur Skillnet) is a group of companies that come together to carry out cross-organisational training related activities which may not be possible on their own. Companies jointly address their training needs, collaborate with other enterprises, and engage experts, trainers, certifying bodies, industry bodies and others to work with them to achieve their goals.