CPA Ireland Skillnet, is a training network that is funded by Skillnet Ireland, a state funded, enterprise-led support body dedicated to the promotion and facilitation of training and up-skilling as key elements in sustaining Ireland's national competitiveness

The CPA Ireland Skillnet provides excellent value CPD Courses (Continual Professional Development) in accountancy, law, tax and strategic personal development to accountants working both in practice and in industry. However attendees are not limited to the accountancy field as all interested parties are welcome to attend events.

The CPA Ireland Skillnet is funded by member companies and the Training Networks Programme, an initiative of Skillnet Ireland. funded from the National Training Fund through the Department of Education and Skills. 
Please note the The Skillnet Ireland Trainee Privacy Statement may be accessed on the Skillnet Ireland website:

The training has been invaluable to our organisation. It has helped us to focus on the critical areas of our business and has led to a general upskilling of our personnel.

Michael O'Hanlon, Michael O'Hanlon & Co View CPA Ireland Skillnet Courses

What courses are available through the CPA Ireland Skillnet?

CPA Ireland Skillnet provide courses on a variety of topics including tax, career change, PRSI, forensic accounting and employment law. To view the list of courses available, please click here.

Am I eligible to attend CPA Ireland Skillnet courses for free?

As of January 1st 2018, Skillnet Ireland are no longer funding training of unemployed delegates. However, CPA Ireland Skillnet will continue to offer a limited number of free places on our courses to eligible CPA Ireland members only. If you believe you are eligible to attend CPA Ireland Skillnet courses free of charge, please contact Jess Camacho on

Please contact Niamh Sheehan on for more information and if you have any questions in relation to the CPA Ireland Skillnet.

*By booking and attending our CPA Ireland Skillnet courses & webinars, you consent to your information being shared to the Skillnet Ireland reporting programme.