IN THE HEART OF THE SOUTH WEST
Funded training to help your
WHAT’S ON OFFER?
- A training needs analysis for your business, identifying the skills you need to support your business ambitions
- Flexible training – pick full qualifications or mix and match
individual units to suit your business needs
- On-the-job vocational training to meet individual and business needs including taught learning, workplace assessment, distance learning and online learning
- Learning pathways for your employees enabling them to
progress within your organisation onto higher level qualifications or apprenticeships
- Recognised accredited qualifications and training courses
Become a more efficient business with improved profitability
Create and develop a highly skilled workforce delivering quality outputs for your customers and improving your business performance
Improved staff satisfaction and motivation, reducing staff turnover
Become more appealing to a wider audience of potential new recruits
Gain a competitive advantage in your marketplace and improved chance of winning new business
SSW is co-financed by the Education and Skills Funding Agency and the European Social Fund. This means you can access a wide range of training at no cost* to your business.
Skills Support for the Workforce is all about progress.
We can help you progress your career, education and business.
WHO’S IT FOR?
SSW focuses on small and medium sized businesses (less than 250 employees) based within the Heart of the South West LEP area. Individuals taking up funded training** through SSW must be:
Legally resident in the UK
Able to take paid employment in the UK
Employed or self-employed
Aged 16 or above**other eligibility criteria may apply
Skills for Young People
European Social Funding has been invested in a programme of support for young people in the Heart of the Southwest to get into work, education and training.
The Skills for Young People project which is open to participants aged 15-24 who are at risk of or, already, not in education, employment or training (NEET). The programme will focus on those who are at risk of social exclusion and young people from marginalised communities.
A typical learner journey for young people consists of:
- An Initial Assessment supported by an individual learning plan
- A range of learning activity both accredited and non-accredited
- Progression into a range of sustainable outcomes: Employment, volunteering, traineeships, apprenticeships, education and in work progressions.
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