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28/02/2014
Free training to boost your business

Now you can afford the training that you and your team need – thanks to Skill UP – a major initiative offering £5million worth of FREE training to Black Country businesses.

The six leading Black Country Colleges have come together to pool their extensive vocational knowledge and secure funding from the European Social Fund and Local Response Fund to help make this possible.


Who is Skill Up for?


You, as an employer, if you are:

Based in the Black Country
Employ 1-250 people (including self-employed)
Not part of a larger group or a subsidiary of a larger parent company
Undertakes or is considering staff development for employees aged 19+ to benefit your business

You, as an individual who is:

Employed in the Black Country
Aged 19 years or over
Working for a company employing between 1 and 250 people (including self-employed)
Looking to improve your skills to enhance your performance in the workplace

IS IT TIME FOR YOUR BUSINESS TO SKILL UP?


Find out more here


Brought to you by:

BMet College (Stourbridge Campus)
Dudley College
Halesowen College
Sandwell College
Walsall College
Wolverhampton College

Tel: 01922 651129

Email: skillup@walsallcollege.ac.uk




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