M1 Drogheda Chamber Skillnet is guided and supervised by an experienced Steering Group. Steering group members comprise of representatives from various business sectors and business organisations, and has decision-making authority on behalf of the overall network.
Its main functions are:
To provide strategic direction and the skills strategies and programmes required by the region.
To oversee all major decisions on strategy, activities, and developments of the network
To identify the industry trends, challenges and strategic direction of the region.
To prioritise which training and education programmes and seminars should be developed and delivered by the network and to appoint colleges, trainers and consultants as providers to the network.
To provide direction and support to the network manager on the aims, objectives and priorities of the M1 Drogheda Chamber Skillnet.
To ensure that the grant provided to the network is used for up-skilling activities that are of benefit to member companies.
To monitor the key output targets that have been agreed with the funding body as a condition of the grant funding and ensure that the network meets or exceeds all key performance measures.
Our current Steering group members are:
Role: Business Mgr
The Mill Enterprise Hub
Role: Employment Support
County Meath Chamber
Role: Deputy Principal
Drogheda Institute of Further
Role: Human Resources Manager
Irish Country Meats
Role: Project Team Leader
Cubicle 7 Entertainment
Role: Vice President Culture & Capability
Thanks very much for the training, learned a lot that I can use moving forward!
We requested Office 365 Training from M1 Drogheda Chamber Skillnet as we were unable to source this training elsewhere. Linda was very helpful and arranged a course to suit our needs.
We attended the GDPR training on both days and the expert panel / trainers were very informative throughout the training.We look forward to seeing what training you have in the autumn.
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M1 Drogheda Chamber Skillnet is co-funded by Skillnet Ireland and member companies. Skillnet Ireland is funded from the National Training Fund through the Department of Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science.