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Join as a member today and you will have access to the latest training, funding towards training costs, events, and so much more. We welcome your ideas and are happy to discuss the potential to develop training specifically for your organisation. You will also avail of discounted rates and find out about training opportunities first.
Benefits of Membership
Our mission is to provide the retail sector with training and education programmes that address the current and future skills needs of the retail sector. Sign up as a member to get involved.
Who Can Join?
Any retailer operating in Ireland can become a member and avail of subsidised training opportunities. It is free to become a member of Retail Ireland Skillnet. Simply complete the Registration Form and a member of the team will be in touch shortly.
““This course has brought our team closer over the 8 weeks. We are able to refer back to what we had learned and how we are implementing it. The course has two amazing presenters who keep you engaged at all times and bring transformational leadership alive. We will be using the skill and tools gained for years to come.”
THomas Macken - Transformational Leadership Training
“I really enjoyed it all but understanding how you can be better is always good. Getting the balance right is huge for me and since the course I have been putting things in place to help me and already it’s working. Also, it has helped me listen more to my staff and I have since created a quote wall at work to help motivate them and to encourage them to look after themselves. I loved it all thanks.”
Kathleen McDonnell - Resilient Leadership Training
“I found this course insightful, with some good pointers that I will be taking back to my store for implementation. The course was delivered in an engaging way, with participant contribution, which only added to the delivery of the course. The presenter was well prepared and was very well equipped to deal with any questions from the participants. Overall, for a four-hour course, it was worth investing the time to take part.”