The imperative for lifelong learning Last year Ibec trained 5,000 managers in critical skills and knowledge, while more than 300 graduates gained diplomas and certificates with its strategic partner Technological University Dublin.

Ireland has a lower rate of lifelong learning to some of its peers, but Ibec says companies must boost investment in upskilling, especially after Covid-19 abates

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Warmer weather to coincide with lifting of 5km travel restrictions Walkers in Fairview Park, Dublin. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

After a cold start to the week, high pressure will bring warm, sunny conditions

North: Teenagers arrested as number of PSNI officers injured in unrest reaches 88 Members of the PSNI in the Tigers Bay area of north Belfast on Friday evening. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Loyalist protests postponed until after ‘the period of mourning’ for Duke of Edinburgh

‘Just a Minute’ is all some customers might need L-R: Maeve Monaghan, Chief Executive, NOW Group; Minister of State for Disabilities, Anne Rabbitte TD; Robert Ryan, Chief Operations Officer, Lidl Ireland; and Ciarán Delaney, NOW Group Ambassador

Jam Cards have been in operation on public transport and banks for some time now but now Lidl will recognise the cards from those with learning disabilities or autism

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