Work and Skills Week 2021

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Intreo Work and Skills Week 2021 launches today Monday (19th April) and will run until Thursday (22 April).

The aim of the week is to help employers and jobseekers get ready for the reopening of our economy. Learn about supports available from Intreo and other government bodies.

Here’s what’s planned each day:

Monday 19 April

Support your Business

Learn about supports for employers from a variety of presenters including:

If you are an employer and for more information – you can register here now.

Tuesday 20 April

Build your Skills

Learn about the training and education supports and options to help you upskill or re-skill with presentations from:

If you’re looking for work or looking to upskill – you can register here now.

Wednesday 21 April

Work Supports for Jobseekers

Learn about supports available to jobseekers which include:

  • return to work supports
  • self-employment supports
  • supports for people with a disability
  • presentations from employers who are recruiting now
  • live sessions to help you prepare to return to work

If you’re looking for work or looking to upskill – you can register here now.

Thursday 22 April

If you can #Help2Harvest we have a Horticulture Recruitment Event

This is an online recruitment event for permanent and seasonal jobs in horticulture based in Ireland, delivered in association with:

The European Online Job Day event will be live streamed on Thursday 22 April, and you can register here.

Calendar of events

Further information

Events will be a mix of livestream and pre-recorded. Early registration is highly recommended as places will be limited for these events.

For these events, Intreo is coordinating with the Department of Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment , Local Enterprise Offices and Revenue . These government partners will present how they support businesses and jobseekers. They will focus particularly on recruitment, skills and learning.

Steven Galvin

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