Senator Marie Sherlock Presents Graduation Awards to Positive2Work’s Greener Homes Trainees

Positive2Work Skillnet are proud to announce our first group of jobseeking trainees that have successfully completed our Skillnet Ireland funded Greener Homes training programme. We were delighted that Senator Sherlock could join us in presenting our trainee with their certificates.

Positive2Work Skillnet have partnered with St Andrew’s Resource Centre and CIT to deliver this exciting training programme for jobseekers, aimed at providing them with practical skills and accreditation to help them gain employment in the retrofitting industry.

The feedback has been fantastic and we are excited for the journey that our trainees are embarking on. Here’s what some of our trainees have had to say:

‘Really enjoyed the time here, anybody looking to get into construction should do this course’

‘I’m overall very happy with the course and dying to get out and work now’

‘Extremely happy to be starting a new life from this day onwards’

We wish our graduates the best of luck!

Trainees with Grainne O’Boyle from Positive2Work Skillnet


Positive2Work Skillnet support businesses across all sectors in Ireland as they grow by offering funded training that helps to build a dynamic, upskilled, resilient workforce.

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