CSNA Skillnet lines up speakers for official launch

CSNA Skillnet Seminar will take place on Thursday, 12 September at The Crowne Plaza Hotel in Blanchardstown, Dublin

CSNA Skillnet's training seminar in conjunction with the CSNA takes place this week, and the training organisation has revealed the lineup of speakers who will address attendees on the day.

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10 September 2019 | 0

 
CSNA Skillnet has announced a lineup of industry leading speakers for the official launch of its vibrant new training network for the Convenience Stores and Newsagents Association (CSNA). This unique seminar has been specifically designed to offer profitable retail training solutions for retail business owners and managers. The solutions-led event will take place at The Crowne Plaza Hotel in Blanchardstown this Thursday, 12 September from midday – 4pm.

Although the seminar is entirely free to attend, places are limited and pre-booking is essential; retailers are advised to visit csnaskillnet.ie to book their place today.

The seminar will have a wealth of industry experience with no less than six expert speakers. A representative of The Valuation Office will inform delegates on the re-evaluation programme and rent and rates, hot topics in the industry presently.

Gerry Monks from JDM Insurance will speak about a range of insurance related issues for retailers and how to avoid expensive claims. Pro-Secure Training will be speaking about the constant concern of retail security and the best options for various types of retail businesses, while Safety Solutions will also be there to inform participants on key aspects of health and safety.

Nikki Murran of Excel Recruitment will also give insight to delegates on the best ways to attract new staff and how to keep the employees retailers already have within their businesses in a cost-efficient manner. Dublin retailer and active CSNA member, Mary Glennon will speak about adult education, how it has benefitted her business and why she encourages her peers to engage in more upskilling and training opportunities through CSNA Skillnet over the coming months.

Network manager Victoria Bolger said there is lots of excitement about the speakers for the upcoming seminar. “We have listened to our members to ensure our programme is on point,” she said, “and will provide a comprehensive and information packed afternoon for all those involved in the industry.
“We know that all who attend the seminar are in for a treat and I am looking forward to welcoming them on the day,” she added.

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