Calderdale College, in collaboration with the York, North Yorkshire and East Riding Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP), is helping shape the future of skills provision in the region by undertaking a range of innovative projects as part of its £4.7m Skills Support for the Workforce programme.
Co-financed by the European Social Fund and Education and Skills Funding Agency, Skills Support for the Workforce supports SMEs in the region with fully funded training.
The projects which Calderdale College is delivering include a range of activities, from researching the emerging skills needs of employers, to developing and piloting toolkits and short courses that support the owners and managers of small and micro- businesses.
Shaun Withers, Development Manager at Calderdale College, said: “These projects will generate critical insight into key sectors and deliver initiatives that will make a difference to small businesses and their employees, and make a significant contribution to the LEP’s skills priorities.”
The wide range of activities Calderdale College is responsible for include:
For more information about these activities or if you would like to hear about other innovative projects being undertaken as part of this programme, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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