Sustainability micro-credentials

Micro-credential fee subsidy opportunities in partnership with Green Tech Skillnet

Green Tech Skillnet, an organisation dedicated to fostering skills and expertise in the field of green technology, is partnering with Trinity micro-credentials to fund 30% of the course fee for eligible learners on relevant, sustainability-focused, micro-credentials.

How to access the funding:

  1. Apply for one of the below micro-credentials at the Trinity website.
  2. If you are successful, you will receive an offer from Trinity, which you should accept.
  3. Once you have accepted your offer, and provided you meet the eligibility criteria*, you will make payment of 70% of the course fee directly to Green Tech Skillnet, and they will cover the remainder.
  4. Once payment has been made, you can register and join your micro-credential.


The atmosphere in the classroom was very welcoming and positive, and the fact that the room is filled with people from different industries is very helpful as well, as it helps you think about the content from a different perspective.

Simon Delany, previous Trinity Micro-credential learner

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The eligibility criteria, as set out by the Green Tech Skillnet, are as follows:

  • Companies must be private enterprises based in the Republic of Ireland.
  • Skillnet Ireland funding is not available to public sector bodies or publicly funded organisations, such as community-based not-for-profit companies or charities.
  • Commercial semi-state companies are eligible, providing that income contributed to a Network is not sourced from the public purse.
  • Sole traders are eligible as Companies.