What is ESF funded training?

As an award-winning training provider we’re constantly working on behalf of companies to give them access to the best training that they need – whether that’s a full qualification or a bespoke course designed specifically for your business – we’re here to help.

That’s why we’re so excited to tell you that if you’re in certain areas of the UK we’re able to offer you funding for courses!

We’ve been working round the clock to bring funding to your area and help businesses make the most out of their people through constant progression, with many courses available to help your business exceed expectations.

Check out if you qualify below.

The funding is to be used to support the employer to grow in the local area, Employers are eligible if they have a Manchester, Bolton, Bury, Manchester, Oldham, Rochdale, Salford, and employ less than 249.

We can offer full qualifications.

The qualifications need to be tailor made for the employer and be flexible to their needs.

Learners need to be employed and can access the funding if they hold a degree.

POTENTIAL COURSES: 

  • BUSINESS ADMIN
  • CUSTOMER SERVICE
  • MANAGEMENT
  • RETAIL
  • TEAM LEADING
  • RETAIL
  • WAREHOUSE AND STORAGE
  • SALES
  • SPECTATOR SAFETY

The funding is to be used to support the employer to grow in the local area, Employers are eligible if they have a Hertfordshire postcode and employ less than 249 people.

We can offer either full qualifications or units from a selection of qualifications.

Learners need to be employed and can also access the funding if they hold a degree.

This funding is provided for employee progession; this means that all courses need to be used to aid an employees career.

POTENTIAL COURSES:

  • BUSINESS ADMIN
  • CUSTOMER SERVICE
  • MANAGEMENT
  • RETAIL
  • TEAM LEADING
  • WAREHOUSE AND STORAGE
  • SALES
  • SPECTATOR SAFETY

Open Doors is a new skills service available to businesses in Leicester and Leicestershire. The prime contract holder is Interserve.

The service links training organisations with local businesses, allowing you to upskill your existing workforce in line with your business strategy and the local skills priorities. The training is fully funded, meaning that you and your employees benefit from the service at no cost. Open Doors is designed to help staff gain access to opportunities and progress their careers through upskilling and is available to businesses with less than 250 employees. If you’re interested in finding out more and would like to book a free training consultation with one of our knowledgeable advisers, contact us today.

We can offer either full qualifications or units from a selection of qualifications.

The qualifications will be tailor made for you the employer depending upon your needs. We deliver a mix of bespoke training from workshops to 121 coaching sessions to meet the needs of individual learners & their skills in a chosen sector. This will be discussed in detail during a training needs analysis.

Learners need to be employed and can access the funding if they hold a degree.

POTENTIAL COURSES:

  • BUSINESS ADMIN
  • CUSTOMER SERVICE
  • MANAGEMENT
  • RETAIL
  • TEAM LEADING
  • WAREHOUSE AND STORAGE
  • SALES
  • FOOD AND BEVERAGE
  • SPECTATOR SAFETY

Download the latest leaflet information below:

ESF Funding in Leicestershire (1)

The funding is to be used to support the employer to grow in the local area, Employers are eligible if they employ less than 249.

We can offer either full qualifications or units from a selection of qualifications.

Learners need to be employed and can access the funding if they hold a degree.

POTENTIAL COURSES:

  • BUSINESS ADMIN
  • CUSTOMER SERVICE
  • MANAGEMENT
  • RETAIL
  • TEAM LEADING
  • WAREHOUSE AND STORAGE
  • SALES

The funding is to be used to support the employer to grow in the local area, Employers are eligible if they have a Northamptonshire postcode and employ less than 249.

We can offer either full qualifications or units from a selection of qualifications,

Learners need to be employed and can access the funding if they hold a degree.

POTENTIAL COURSES:

  • CUSTOMER SERVICE
  • BUSINESS ADMIN
  • MANAGEMENT
  • RETAIL
  • TEAM LEADING
  • WAREHOUSE AND STORAGE
  • SALES
  • SPECTATOR SAFETY

The funding is to be used to support the employer to grow in the local area, Employers are eligible if they have a Yorkshire postcode and employ less than 249.

This funding is for a maximum of 34 credits and is not available for full qualifications.

Learners need to be employed and can access the funding if they hold a degree.

POTENTIAL COURSES:

  • CUSTOMER SERVICE
  • BUSINESS ADMIN
  • MANAGEMENT
  • RETAIL
  • TEAM LEADING
  • WAREHOUSE AND STORAGE
  • SALES
  • SPECTATOR SAFETY

The funding is to be used to support the employer to grow in the local area, Employers are eligible if they employ less than 249 people.

This area covers the following: Aylesbury Vale; Cherwel; Milton Keynes; Bedfordshire; Luton; South Northampton; Northampton; Daventry; Corby; Kettering.
POTENTIAL COURSES:
  • CUSTOMER SERVICE
  • BUSINESS ADMIN
  • MANAGEMENT
  • RETAIL
  • TEAM LEADING
  • WAREHOUSE AND STORAGE
  • SALES
  • SPECTATOR SAFETY

The Solent LEP is the key interface and lead for economic development in the Solent. It is a partnership organisation between the business community, the Further Education and Higher Education sector, three unitary authorities, eight district councils and one county council, all of whom are actively working together to secure a more prosperous and sustainable future for the Solent area. The funding is to be used to support the employer to grow in the local area, Employers are eligible if they employ less than 250 people. 

The vision is to create an environment that will bring about sustainable economic growth and private sector investment in the Solent. It will assist this globally competitive area reach its full potential, enabling existing businesses to grow, become more profitable and to be greener; enabling the creation of new businesses and attracting new businesses to the region.

The Solent LEP area is anchored around the Isle of Wight, the two cities of Portsmouth and Southampton, the M27 corridor and the Solent waterway.   An organisational training needs analysis will be completed in line with business objectives: this will be an assessment of the skills profile of employees and how this relates to the business. Bespoke training is for eligible employees aged 18+ in line with business needs with a particular focus on higher level skills, including access to professional leadership and management training. There is support to help employees progress into further education or an apprenticeship.

POTENTIAL COURSES:
  • CUSTOMER SERVICE
  • BUSINESS ADMIN
  • MANAGEMENT
  • RETAIL
  • TEAM LEADING
  • WAREHOUSE AND STORAGE
  • SALES
  • SPECTATOR SAFETY

contact us for information

To find out more information on which courses you can receive funding for, how the funding works or any further questions, contact us using the form opposite and one of our team will get in touch.

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