Access fully-funded training for your business.

The Cornwall Skills Programme is new for 2017, and is delivered through Truro and Penwith College Business. The programme offers Cornish businesses the opportunity to access a package of fully-funded training, covering a range of sectors and support functions. Businesses have the opportunity to attend a launch event on 20th January, to find out how the programme can support them.

When budgets are tight, training and marketing are often the very first to be sent to the very bottom of the priority list.

And for small and micro businesses it is almost always a challenge to develop new skills in the face of limited budgets.

But what if budgets weren’t an issue? This is where the Cornwall Skills Programme makes its grand entrance into 2017.

The new multimillion pound European project for Cornwall is about enabling businesses, particularly those with under 250 employees, to seize the training budget they need.

Delivered through Truro and Penwith College Business and co-financed by the Skills Funding Agency, the programme offers Cornish businesses the opportunity to access a package of fully-funded training, covering a range of sectors and support functions; from leadership and management, engineering and manufacturing, digital and IT, to marketing and sales, health and social care, hospitality and finance.

There is no limit to the amount of support you can access as long as the training takes place in 2017.

That’s correct, fully-funded training for your Cornish business!

To find out more about how the Cornwall Skills Programme could support your training needs, come along to the launch event on 20th January at Haven House in Truro from 8.30-11am. This event is your opportunity to hear how local employers are planning to benefit in 2017 and how you can access this fantastic programme. The College’s Business team will be on hand to help you identify the training packages that will contribute to your business goals.

Businesses are already starting to look at the options available including a bespoke leadership and management programmes for a group of staff, management and leadership training for chefs, Dementia training programmes, retail skills and even delivering Barista training – there are a huge range of options possible.

The Cornwall Skills Programme is for people age 16 years plus and supports the development of new skills and career pathways.

So don’t delay and find out how you can access essential, fully-funded training for your business in 2017.

To get started now, book your place at the launch event, or contact Truro and Penwith College Business on:

01872 242711

business@truro-penwith.ac.uk