County Tipperary Chamber Newsletter February 10th 2019

by admin on 10/02/2019

 

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Bank of Ireland – Founders Friday 15th Feb 2019

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Manufacturing Excellence Events

New Members Breakfast

Budget Breakfast in October

Annual Business Awards 18th of October

 
 
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Upcoming Subsidised  Training Programmes

County Tipperary Skillnet have a variety of upcoming training programmes available for you or your employees…

 

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Thursday 21st February 2019

Questum Acceleration Centre, Clonmel

9:30am – 4:30pm​

 
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Employee Relations Investigation

Start Date: Wednesday 27th February – 9.30am to 4.30pm
Location: Clonmel, Co. Tipperary 
Cost: €150.00 per person

This one day programme will provide you with the skills required to consider allegations and investigate using correct procedures, weigh up evidence and make the appropriate decision.
The training is a mixture of legislation, best practice and hands on content.

 
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Training Needs Identification & Design-Train the Trainer

Dates: 1st May 2019, 9th May 2019, 10th May 2019

Location: Questum Acceleration Centre, Clonmel

Cost: €490.00

Training Needs Identification & Design 6N3325 (Component Award Level 6 (15 Credits)) aims to equip learners with the critical skills, knowledge and attitudes to identify training needs and to design a highly participatory, learner centred and engaging training programme for both groups and individuals in accordance with international best practice.

 
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Emotional Intelligence Workshop

Start Date: 15th April 2019

Location:  Questum Acceleration Centre, Clonmel

Cost:  €150.00

This one day workshop will be delivered by Michael Cox of MCX Training & Development. Michael has over 25 years of experience of working with managers and leaders throughout Ireland and overseas. He is now recognised as one of the most inspirational trainers in Emotional Intelligence.

 
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County Tipperary Skillnet have secured funding for 2019, please contact us if you wish to discuss your training needs

Contact Sabrina:

admin@countytipperaryskillnet.com​/052 6191103

Contact Karen:

manager@countytipperaryskillnet.com/052 6191105

 
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Brexit Data Protection Advisory

 

Please see Brexit Data Protection Advisory Information from our member Irish Data Protection Association & Academy​. The document covers the obligations on Businesses who transfer data to the UK given the current situation. This clearly outlines the approach they will need to take and what obligations and requirements are to be met.

Brexit ^0 Data Protection _ IDPAA 2019.pdf
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Tipperary Energy Agency – Sustainable Transport Agenda

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 Tipp FM take Home the Media Innovation Award for the Second Year in a Row!

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At the presentation of the 2018 Camogie Association Media awards in Croke park were; Padraic Flaherty, Tipp FM Programme Controller, Susan Murphy, General Manager and Stephen Gleeson, Tipp FM sports. Tipp FM took home the media innovation award for the second year in a row for their #believe campaign in support of Tipperary camogie. Congratulations to the team at Tipp FM for their excellent work on the campaign.

 

McDonald’s Clonmel to Close for Renovations

 
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Marketplace Clonmel has units to let

– download the brochure, 

call Tom Pollard Properties for more information

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Click here for Chamber information about Trade Certs, Export Services we provide, Brexit and WTO rules.
 
 
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Brexit 2019 Update – General Overview

 

Below is the latest update from Chambers Ireland regarding Brexit and trade.

No Deal Scenario

  • We recently received an update from colleagues in the UK regarding a meeting held with HMRC on Wednesday. We are informed that at present UK HMRC do not require Certs of Origin for goods arriving in the UK coming from third countries and are therefore not likely to require Irish goods arriving in the UK post Brexit/no-deal to be accompanied by a Cert of Origin.
  • We are informed also that in the event of a no-deal, client companies in the UK may request a Cert depending on their individual needs (re-exporting etc). This applies vice versa. Irish companies whose supply chain contains UK components may also need to apply for a Certs – this will depend on the needs of and requirements in the country of destination. In addition, companies using a Documentary Letter of Credit to finance shipments may be requested by the relevant bank to obtain a Certificate of Origin too. Should your members have questions about whether or not they will need a Cert of Origin, we advise that they examine their supply chain, check the requirements of destination third countries and also speak to their client/importer as to their own requirements.

 
Withdrawal Agreement Scenario

  • The status quo will continue as normal for the duration of the transition agreement

 
Future Trade Deal

Brexit Resources

Chambers Ireland ‘No-Deal’ Preparation Factsheet.pdf
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