MSLETB are hosting a number of webinars over the next few weeks around different themes for the benefit of employers & businesses (Employer Engagement initiative). Every session will include pointers to further training available from MSLETB through STA & SFW. The webinars will also have pointers to the resources currently available to employers & employees. Please check back if the links to the Eventbrite booking link is not live yet.
Webinars in response to the “Return to Work“ Protocol. Participants can complete an assessment after the second Webinar in this series.
Understanding C19, PPE & Protection, Managing visitors/customers, work place practices, What reliable online info/resources are available, busting some of the myths &FAQs
Importance of preparation, training & guidance. MSLETB supports STA & SFW, Preparation of a risk assessment, Risk mitigation, Business Continuity Planning, Phased returns, Contact tracing Mental Health attitude. Staff & Management Wellbeing
Remote Working: 3 Webinar Series (Check Back for link)
“Cyber Awareness in this remote “Digital World” How seriously are you & your team dealing with IT security when remote working. GDPR has this been considered. Are you leveraging the full potential of you digital resources.
TEAMs Training for your remote workers: Basic Teams training, productivity, meetings, use as a social interaction tool to decrease sense of isolation.
TEAMs Training for Management, Supervisors. Productive meetings, meeting etiquette on Teams use of PP, Video, Whiteboards, Notes etc.
Financial Planning for Businesses – during this crisis and beyond: (Check Back for link)
Business Supports Available (Part 1 – Government Supports) Local Enterprise Office, training Vouchers, Intertrade Ireland, Micro Finance Ireland, Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland
Business Supports Available (Part 2- Other Supports), Banking support, Revenue support, Working capital negotiating
Business Planning + Cash Flow Management, Structure of a business plan, Timing of cash flows
The MSLETB Sales Apprenticeship Programme has been recommended for validation by a QQI Panel of Industry & Academic experts.
We are expecting that the programme will launch in early Q1 2020, MSLETB will be engaging with employers throughout Ireland in a series of breakfast briefings about this valuable programme later in 2019.
Congrats to the MSLETB Sales Apprenticeship Team.
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org. An information booklet for employers is available; Click on the image to download.
Traineeship is a programme of structured training which combines learning in an education and training setting and in the workplace aiming to improve employment outcomes for participants and increase retention and productivity within industry. Click here for full details
MSLETB created a 3D structure as an entry to promote Apprenticeships in Ireland. This is an innovative national competition celebrating design, team-working and the problem-solving skills of Irish apprentices. Check out our video on our Facebook page. To see the 3D structures, and for more information about the competition, see apprenticeship.ie. Judging is on the 20th April and the winner will be announced on the 30th April.
MSLETB would like to advise everybody that our website is now searchable by county, Whether your local base is Mayo, Sligo or Leitrim you can now directly access the course finder listing by county with google maps pin pointing the exact location of the training centre for each programme.
The new MSLETB Directory of Services is now available online, with information available on the following.
Post Primary Schools
Post Leaving Certificate Colleges (PLC)
Skills for Work
Night Class Provision
Local Training Initiatives
Workforce Development (Training for people in employment)
Back To Education Initiative (B. T. E. I.)
Adult Basic Education
Adult Education Guidance Service (AEGS)
Figures released by Epilepsy Ireland have revealed the positive impact of their Training For Success (TFS) QQI pre-employment course since it began 18 years ago, with 85% of graduates finding a job or up skilling after they complete the programme…read more