Dr. Bill O' Gorman, from WIT, speaking about this site on WLR

Friday, July 3, 2009

SLNIW: Sustainable Learning Networks in Ireland and Wales

SLNIW is an INTERREG 4A funded project. This exciting and innovative research is being undertaken by CEDRE, WIT in partnership with the School of Management and Business, Aberystwyth University, Wales.

The SLNIW project is for entrepreneurs and owner/managers of Small to Medium sized Enterprises (SMEs) in South East Ireland and West Wales. The project aims to increase the skill sets of these entrepreneurs by facilitating knowledge transfer between participants within the network.

The primary goal of the project is to increase the competitiveness, creativity and innovation capacities and capabilities of SMEs and micro-enterprises in South East Ireland and West Wales through innovative and creative processes. This goal will be achieved through creating and developing learning networks in South East Ireland and West Wales. The SLNIW project therefore is unique and innovative in that it focuses on assisting members of these networks identify and analyse training needs for themselves, their enterprises and staff.

This project is equally unique in that it proposes to teach network members how to direct their own learning and teaching methods to achieve business growth, expansion and long term sustainability through innovation, and innovative processes. The SLNIW project presents a new process and paradigm to transfer knowledge between knowledge experts and SMEs/micro-enterprises.

For more information log on to the SLNIW website.

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