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Grimsby Institute are supporting businesses with fully-funded training

AS PART of the Skills Support for the Workforce (SSW) project, the Grimsby Institute is working with Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs) across the Humber region to provide them with fully-funded training.

Grimsby Institute are supporting businesses with fully-funded training

The project which is co-financed by the Skills Funding Agency and the European Social Fund, allows businesses and their employees to access training and support in a number of areas including:

  • Maths, English & ICT functional skills
  • Business administration
  • Food industry skills
  • Logistics
  • Leadership and management
  • Retail
  • Warehousing and storage
  • Performing manufacturing operations
  • Team leading
  • Process technology
  • Processing industries operations
  • Information technology
  • Social media training

Businesses in the region can access dynamic full or part courses, which have been designed to upskill their workforce and address current gaps in their employees’ knowledge and performance.

As specialists in education, training and skills development, the team at the Institute have found that business have benefited from undertaking the training with SSW, adding another dimension to their workforce. The programmes on offer have been designed to meet employers’ individual needs and can be delivered in the workplace.

All SSW programmes are available on a flexible basis and designed to equip employees with the knowledge they need in their business sector, giving them increased confidence within their work role.

The Grimsby Institute are fully committed to supporting originations in maximizing their skills base through professional development and training. Businesses could be eligible for free training through the Skills Support for the Workforce scheme if they are located in the Humber region, employ 250 people or less and employees are aged 19 years old and over and working eight hours or more. Anyone interested in finding out more information about the free training available through the Skills Support for the Workforce scheme can call 01472 311222 ext 1336 or email 

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