Our Knowledge Centre combines multipe offerings with a single purpose: to help you develop your training, people and organisation.
Keep an eye here for a full listing of events planned for members throughout the year
Sharpen your skills, boost your knowledge, advance your career
As a member of the Irish institute of Training & Development, you can avail og a huge range of benefits.
Our Panel of Mentors consists of experienced professionals who will assist those who can benefit from individual guidance for a defined period.
The role of the Learning & Development professional is constantly evolving and
your organisation and trainees have different and higher expectations of what you
will provide for them. There has been an accelerated pace of change both in terms
of subject matter expertise and pedagogical application in this area resulting in
a heightened need to engage in continuous professional development. Our expert panel
will help you to ensure that your training strategies and interventions continue
to be innovative and challenging.
Dr Monica Murphy has 18 years experience in design and delivery of training courses and workshops for a broad range of staff in different industries. She has worked as a full time employee for for America On Line (AOL) Ericsson Education, Meteor, Taxback.com, John Sisk and Son Ltd, and Southwestern (now Capita). She founded her own learning and development company, MONERE Development Services Ltd. in 2011 and now employs 6 people in that business. MONERE design, deliver and evaluate learning solutions for their clients in Ireland, England and mainland Europe. She is also co-founder of the Savvy Teen Academy – a 5-day programme that teaches critical life skills to teenagers. With a degree in Computer Science a masters in Education and Training management, Monica has recently been awarded a PhD. for her thesis which investigated the impact of learning on the growth of a business. As such, she brings a unique blend of academic thinking coupled with rich industry experience from a variety of organisations.
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