Seafood Training Scheme – Mid-Management Programme

Apply to join BIM’s Mid-Management Programme which is being delivered in partnership with Ibec

About the Programme

BIM’s Mid-Management Programme in partnership with Ibec offers a range of short course and accredited programmes suited to the needs of the seafood industry. The programme will be available online, where seafood industry participants will join a programme offering designed by Ibec with participants from non seafood industries.

The programme offers a series of management development courses to help develop skills, capabilities and resources to build resilience and associated skillset to better reconfigure organisations.

The courses will be offered in short course format over one and/or two days as an introduction. Subject to availability and relevant experience there will also be an option to progress to an accredited level programme over four and five days.

Current Programme offering

CourseLocationDurationStart DatesCourse Cost
Managing People Programme  Online 4 days 05 November €1,700
Agile for Change Online 4 x ½ days No dates scheduled right now  €700
Managing People Skills  Online 4 days 18 November €1,700
Project Management  Online 1 day 18 November €340
Foundations in Management  Online 1 day No dates scheduled right now €270
Diploma in Management  Online 12 days 05 November €2,690
Diploma in Leadership  Online 12 days No dates scheduled right now €2,960
Resolving Conflict  Online 2 days 18 November €720
Introducing Managers to Change  Online 1 day 13 November €340
Critical Conversations  Online 1 day 16 October €340
COVID- 19 Workplace Protection Workshop
Online 1 day No dates scheduled right now €250
  • Course cost above relates to Mid Management Programme participation

Mid Management Programme Candidates

  • To be eligible for funding please submit a completed application to

Eligible Costs

  • Course fees

How to Apply

  1. Learn about the Seafood Training Scheme (pdf 1,197Kb)                   
  2. Save the Mid Management Programme Application Form (pdf 1,821Kb)      to your computer
  3. Open the form from your computer and complete the form, saving the changes. Check the Filling in a PDF Form page for more details
  4. Email the completed application form to

Contact Us

To learn more about this programme, contact:

Pat O’Leary
Direct: +353 1 2144 214

For assistance with your grant application, contact:

Kathy Cullimore
Direct: +353 1 2144283