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Funding for training for Solent businesses

Are you an organisation with fewer than 250 employees? Could you benefit from a free training needs analysis? Does your workforce need developing to fill crucial roles requiring technical and higher level skills? Read on ...

The Employees' Support In Skills programme for the Solent areas is available to marine business that employ less than 250 employees. The impact of skills shortages is a significant issue for all employers but can have a greater effect if your business is an SME.

This new initiative is co-funded by the European Social Fund (ESF) and the Skills Funding Agency (SFA), and is managed by the CSW Group. The funding is available to all SMEs across the Solent Local Enterprise Partnership area.

The service offers your business:

* An insightful organisational training needs analysis inline with your business objectives

* A valuable assessment of the skills profile of your employees and how this relates to your business

* Bespoke training, for eligible employees aged 18+, in line with your business needs

* Access to professional, leadership and management training

* Support to help your employees progress into further education or an apprenticeship

Can you afford not to take advantage of a free offer that will help your business grow and become more competitive!

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Posted 2018-07-13 14:12:43

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