Ireland - Request of training services for the Aviation Skillnet 2019

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Provided by Open Opps
Opportunity closing date
24 December 2019
Opportunity publication date
21 December 2018
Category
80500000
Value of contract
to be confirmed
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Description

The Aviation Skillnet is dedicated to the aviation leasing and aerospace sectors. We are an enterprise led network that promotes networking within the sectors, we work with companies to grow the skills base and deliver training solutions and professional development programmes that meet the specific needs of the sector. A Steering Committee comprising of key players in the sector drives the activities of the network. The priority activities for the network are the provision of networking and collaboration opportunities and the identification of critical professional development requirements. The Aviation Skillnet supports the sector in maintaining and enhancing Ireland’s position in aviation. A key driver of the success of the sector has been the knowledge, expertise and innovation of those employed within the industry. The mission is to constantly build on this and develop further the breadth and depth of expertise available thereby improving our global competitiveness.

Opportunity closing date
24 December 2019
Value of contract
to be confirmed

About the buyer

Address
Aviation Skillnet Ireland

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