Ibec hosts ’The skills gap: Making the right connections’ debate

The debate ’The skills gap: Making the right connections’ has been hosted by Ibec.

In attendance were Garrett Sherry, VP and general manager EMEA, Prometric Ireland Ltd; Ned Costello, chef executive, Irish Universities Association; Mary Rose Burke, director of policy and corporate affairs, Ibec; Jim Dollard, executive director, Electric Ireland; Bobby Kerr, chairman of Insomnia Coffee Company; David Tracy, education officer, City of Dublin Education and Training Board; Rachel Mooney, HR director, Vodafone; and Thomas Stone, president, Institute of Technology Tallaght.

Business leaders met in Dublin to address economic and skills challenges.
The event was supported by primary sponsor Electric Ireland and communications partner Vodafone Ireland.

At it Ibec set out the key priorities to drive growth and job creation, including the need for greater infrastructure investment and new structures to ensure that the education and training system is closely aligned with the skills needs of employers


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