Find out more about training for remote working

AN info night on absolutely funded training that’s obtainable for these occupied with remote working in West Cork takes place in Clonakilty this week.
Four of West Cork’s Digital Hubs have joined forces to arrange a group group for remote employees known as Grow Remote West Cork, which is internet hosting the free info session for anybody occupied with constructing a remote profession on Thursday 2nd February in Clonakilty at 5.30pm.
The native chapter was arrange in partnership with Ludgate Hub (Skibbereen), Brookpark Business Centre (Dunmanway), Bantry Bayworks (Bantry) and the brand new Mix Coworking hub (Clonakilty). Since early 2022, the chapter has attracted remote employees from throughout West Cork to share sources and data about remote jobs.
Grow Remote is a group non-profit organisation which promotes the social affect of remote working to employers and staff. It’s a nationwide organisation arrange in 2018 and now has hundreds of members throughout Ireland.
Guest speaker shall be Dónal Kearney from the nationwide Grow Remote workforce and he’ll clarify all the things about the fully-funded training programme and the right way to register for the programme on the night time.
Dónal stated: ‘Our mission is to make remote work more seen and accessible in communities throughout Ireland and we’re assured that this fully-funded This course will provide high-value expertise and contacts to the members.’
The night will encourage networking between remote employees, employers and locals, and people occupied with working remotely sooner or later are particularly welcome. It can be good for native organisations or state our bodies hoping to be taught more about making ready and training staff or job seekers in remote working alternatives.
All are welcome to become involved and are available alongside on the night to the MixCoworking house at Wolfe Tone St. Register at Eventbrite.

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