March 13, 2020

Skillnet Ireland COVID-19 Update

Fingal Chamber Skillnet is fully supportive of the Government’s efforts to effectively address and limit the spread of COVID-19 and to safeguard the protection of public health and that of our stakeholders.

Fingal Chamber Skillnet management team are continuing to work and are available to discuss any queries that our businesses or trainees have regarding our scheduled training programmes and supports for businesses.

In support of this national effort and in line with Government recommendations, Fingal Chamber Skillnet has postponed its in-person training courses until further notice. Where possible, alternative methods of programme delivery are being mobilised.

Fingal Chamber Skillnet will continue to take bookings for programmes commencing at a later date in 2020, and for our online programmes available at this link.

We are also available to discuss your queries about any other future programmes we offer to businesses within the Fingal region.

Our Network contact details are.

NAME Feargal Malone

PHONE 086 3808672


We would remind our stakeholders that the HSE website is the authoritative source of information and advice on the situation regarding COVID-19 in Ireland.

We will keep this information updated in the coming weeks. Further information is also available on the Skillnet Ireland website at

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