People, and their skills and talent are central to economic and social prosperity.
As the future of work continues to offer huge opportunities for Ireland, our businesses and our workforce, education and skills remains a significant priority for Irish business. A responsive and dynamic education and training system is central to developing Ireland’s human capital and future innovation capacity. Ibec campaigns to increase investment in education and skills development and to support greater engagement between enterprise and education.
Working together, Ireland’s education and training system and Irish business can create a culture for lifelong learning, place a greater focus on employability skills and develop the skills and attributes required in the 21st century.
About our education team
Our Education team, led by Claire McGee, promotes the business priorities in developing a world class education and training system that supports economic development, provides opportunities for individuals to realise their full potential and supports the wellbeing of society. The team keeps members informed on policy through in-house briefings, policy recommendations, research and regularly runs member networking forums.