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For the Workforce

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Unlock the talent and unleash the potential of your team in Greater Birmingham and Solihull.

Our Skills Support for the Workforce programme provides bespoke training to upskill your future leaders.

We’ll equip your teams with the skills they need to shape themselves into management material. Perfect for first time bosses or experienced leaders, our programme will help them go to the next level and help your business increase productivity, performance and ultimately profit.

Our trainers are all industry specialists with proven experience of developing managerial talent – from the frontline to the boardroom. Training can be done online or face to face.

And it’s all free. The programme is fully funded through the Education and Skills Funding Agency and the European Social Fund so it won’t cost your company a penny.

Training is available in a wide variety of subject areas, including:

  • Business administration
  • Business, leadership and management
  • Childcare and education
  • Construction
  • Counselling
  • Customer service
  • Functional skills
  • Health and social care
  • IT and digital
  • Manufacturing
  • Mental health
  • Nutrition and health
  • Personal development
  • Retail and hospitality
  • Warehousing
  • Team leading
  • Wellbeing

We also offer support to employers who are facing tough decisions around job losses and redundancies. Get in touch with our local team for more information.


To be eligible for this programme, members of staff must be aged 16 or over, employed by the organisation and eligible to work in the UK. The employers must be registered in Birmingham, Solihull, Wyre Forrest, Bromsgrove or Redditch.

For more information, email us at 

We work with


employers across Britain

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