Design Print and Packaging Skillnet encourages businesses to Think Talent. Invest in your team to give your business the competitive edge. Visit www.skillnetireland.ie/think-talent for supports on developing your people
The Diploma is highly subsidised and run by the Design Print & Packaging Skillnet in association with the Irish Packaging Society, accredited by TU Dublin and recognised by the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining.
Biophilic design is a concept used within the building industry to increase occupant connectivity to the natural environment through the use of direct nature, indirect nature, and space and place conditions.
Sept 2022 Mornings: Tuesday from 9.30 am to 12.00 am. 20th, 27th, 4th Oct
Length of the Programme: 3 Week Course, Biophilic Design, 3 x 2 5 -hour sessions
Biophilic design is an essential addition to an Interior designer’s tool kit, transforming spaces to provide clients with opportunities to live and work in healthier environments.
According to the Irish Times Opportunistic’ cybercriminals cost Irish economy €9.6bn in 2020. The report also notes a 100 per cent rise in computer viruses and a 20 per cent increase in phishing attacks, in which fraudulent communications purporting to be from reputable sources are sent to businesses and consumers.
Cybercriminals are innovative and opportunistic. This means you also need to be innovative in how you mitigate against potential cyberattack risks.
We are delighted to offer Free Cyber Security Training on Friday, 17th June 2022.
Course Time : 9.30am to 12.30pm
Course Cost : Free Workshop
Module 1: Introduction
Module 2: Some Technical Terms
Module 3: Securing your Online Devices
Module 4: Protecting Your Online Privacy
Module 5: Defending Your Business/Company
Module 6: The Law and You
Module 7: Course Wrap Up and Q&A
Class of 2020/21 Masters in Professional Practice graduated in TU Dublin today. Congratulations to all.
Last night we celebrated the Graduation of some of our Diploma in Packaging and Masters in Professional Practice in the National Print Museum. Congratulations to all our students and many thanks to Elaine and the team in the National Print Museum for hosting us.
Some feedback from one of our class of 2021 in the Masters in Professional Practice
“Since commencing the MA I have grown the Turnover of my business by 21% on the previous year. This included increased margins. Entries into new sectors. New Product development. Significant changes to how I engage with the team in IMS and how we, as a company, operate and view ourselves.
There is an emergent Culture now within IMS. A tangible energy of constant improvement and results.
I could talk to you about it in detail if you were ever interested. But I genuinely attribute it all to not just what I learned throughout the MA, but what I unlocked within and learned about myself.”
For more details on the Masters in Professional Practice call Brian on 087 2928900 or email Brian@dppskillnet.ie.