Supporting organisations to adapt to the future of work through the Ibec Academy
Ibec, the group that represents Irish business, is pleased to announce that its Management Training unit is rebranding to become the “Ibec Academy”, offering innovative and dynamic courses designed to further support organisations adapt and thrive in the changing world of work.
Head of the Ibec Academy, Jenny Hayes said: “As one of Ireland’s leading providers of premium management development programmes for over 30 years, Ibec recognises that people are at the heart of vibrant, sustainable and prosperous societies. Investment in human capital is the cornerstone to ensuring our workforces are equipped with high quality skillsets that are so crucial to sustaining the country’s long-term national productivity and economic competitiveness.
“The Ibec Academy will offer programmes that address the most salient trends that are now shaping the future of work and the top management topics and challenges in areas such as remote and hybrid work, leadership and managing people, environmental, social & governance (ESG), strategy, innovation, diversity & inclusion, and employee wellbeing.”
With its deep understanding of Irish business and industry and its strong partnering culture, the Ibec Academy will deliver impactful learning by bringing real-world application and emergent thinking to its Management, Employment Law, Industrial Relations, Occupational Health & Safety, Human Resource Management, Executive Development, Strategy and Innovation programmes.
In 2020, over 100 accredited Diploma, Certificate and short programmes were run on multiple occasions, with over 8,000 managers trained online. More than 350 proud graduates also received their Ibec / TU Dublin accredited awards on completion of their Management and OHS programmes during 2020.
For more information on the Ibec Academy, head to www.ibecacademy.ie