For those leading design studios or design teams, learn how to:
- lead business-focused conversations
- manage creative environments
- build a sustainable culture
- take charge of your career
Learn from global
subject matter experts
Upcoming Training & Events
Join Design Skillnet for an information session on the Design Management Professional Diploma programme’s background context, structure, content, and gain insights on how it can take your business and career to the next level.
Join the course trainer Jeannette Naughton of the Designs on Growth programme for an information session on the programme’s background and context, answer questions on the content, as well as share insights on how it can transform your business.
The IDI and Design Skillnet are delighted to launch FLOW, a tool for designers and employers to engage and plan career development, together. FLOW is an interactive competency framework and career development tool, designed to help designers and managers understand the expectations of design roles and help guide designers to grow in their careers.
A day of exploring design; process, practice and culture with international speakers, panellists, discussions and Q&As for those leading or aspiring to successfully lead design teams and design studios to take a deep dive into the topics that matter most right now.
We’ve delivered training to over
2,000 design professionals across Ireland
The Design Leaders Conference was an opportunity to benchmark my thinking on design as a profession
An unmissable opportunity to build your network, get exposed to new ideas and learn up to date industry trends and best practice.
‘It was great to bring away knowledge I could apply instantly in our studio’
"The programme helps you take the first hand, in-depth knowledge of your own business, structure it, assess it, set realistic goals, and create a road map for growth”
“There was great solidarity seeing other studios on the course also facing similar issues. It has had a positive impact on how we’re now developing our studio.”