Gaming and Leisure Skillnet
Gaming & Leisure Skillnet, a pilot network, offers a broad range of open training courses and networking events to address the varied training needs of our member companies, who operate at all levels across all industry sectors
As a government-funded network, Gaming & Leisure Skillnet can offer significant subsidies to member companies wishing to engage in our training activities. Our training is specifically organised in response to member company needs, ensuring that all training that we offer is relevant to current business needs. Our contracted training providers have passed through a rigorous tendering process, ensuring that we have selected the most experienced, effective trainers in their subject areas.
If your company is interested in discussing your training needs with us, please contact Michael Spence, Network Manager, on 01-2911963 or e-mail email@example.com.
What is a Skillnet?
A Skillnets network (a ‘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. For further information, click here.
The Gaming and Leisure Skillnet is a training network for companies involved in the Gaming Industry in Ireland and it is funded by the Training Networks Programme, an initiative of Skillnets Ltd. funded through the Department of Training and Skills. The network offers member companies access to subsidised in-house training, open programmes, certified accredited programmes and also a variety of specialist training.
GLAI (Gaming & Leisure Association of Ireland) is the promoter of the training network. GLAI is a non profit trade association established to represent the interests of its members around Ireland, both nationally and at EU level. The association represents private member gaming clubs and online operators who provide casino-like services to their members. A key aim of the association is to promote best practice in the gaming sector in Ireland through responsible gaming practices.