Are you interested in understanding more about how the universities can collaborate with Skillnet to develop and deliver programmes that address current and future skill needs and foster academia-enterprise partnerships?
The Irish Universities Association, in association with Skillnet Ireland, hosted an online discussion event to hear from university colleagues about two examples of existing University-Skillnet collaboration, how the engagement model works in practice, and the value gained from it. Guests also heard from Skillnet Ireland about opportunities for collaboration and how universities can get involved.
This webinar will be of particular interest to university Registrars/ VPs Academic, VPs/ Deans of Research, Deans of Faculty, Heads of Department and Heads of School, Technology Transfer Directors, Technology Transfer Offices, Directors of Research, Research Offices, etc., as well as Skillnet Network Managers, Regional Skills Forum Managers, Local Enterprise Offices, etc.
Date/Time: Monday 23rd May, 1-2pm.
Guest Speaker Presentations
Paul Healy, Chief Executive, Skillnet Ireland – Presentation available here
Dr Roisin Donnelly, Head of School of Management, TU Dublin and Meabh Coleman Programme Chair, MSc Leadership Innovation & Technology, TU Dublin – Presentation available here
Dr Amy-Jane Troy, Project Director, foodlineUCC & Programme Manager, Food Industry Training Unit, School of Food and Nutritional Sciences, UCC – Presentation available here
Speakers & MC
Name and Title:
NORA TRENCH BOWLES
Head of Lifelong Learning, Skills and Quality, IUA
Name and Title:
Programme Chair, MSc Leadership Innovation & Technology, TU Dublin