Frequently Asked Questions

Who funds Skillnet Ireland?

Skillnet Ireland is funded from the National Training Fund (NTF)  through the Department of Education and Skills (DES).


Are you required to become a member of Wexford Chamber to avail of Skillnet Training?

No, it is not necessary to be a member of Wexford Chamber to avail of Skillnet Ireland training, however additional discounts and benefits are available to Wexford Chamber members. If you would like to join Wexford Chamber please contact


Who can avail of Skillnet Ireland Funded Training?

Any company who wishes to receive high quality, subsidised training, delivered locally at a time and place to suit their needs. Training courses are open to any company in the South East.


Is there a membership fee to join our Network?

No. Companies are requested to fill out a training plan when they join to assist in identifying training needs, this helps us to book and promote relevant courses. Companies can then request training for a particular course or avail of course listed on our website.


My company requires training in a course, not listed on your website.

Please contact the Network Manager and she will be happy to discuss your training needs with you.


Can my company avail of onsite training?

Courses can be tailormade to suit your companies needs and can be delivered on site at a time that suits you.


How much funding is available to my business?

Companies can avail of up to 20% off courses for in-house training.(training only your employees). We offer up to 25% off open courses (training a variety of different companies at the same time) A further discount of 10% is available to Wexford, Enniscorthy, New Ross &  Chamber Members.


Why are there different funding rates?

The Skillnet Ireland ethos is to promote collaboration, networking and economies of scale, allowing business to connect and learn from other companies.