Upskilling@Work is a funded operation supported by the European Social Fund through the Welsh Government. It is part of a pan-Wales operation designed to enhance skills and increase productivity in the workplace, providing opportunities for employers to gain accredited qualifications for their workforce.
Funding is available to train employees across a range of subjects at NVQ Level 1 to 5 and taught ILM accredited leadership, management and coaching training including…
A. As every successful business manager knows, a well-trained, competent and fully-motivated workforce is a huge asset to any organisation.
At Coleg Gwent Business, we specialise in providing effective workforce training programmes at your workplace that are the best in the area, as our recently awarded ‘Excellent’ status by the Welsh Government proves. But the even better news is that we can also help you to get substantial funding towards your training costs through the Upskilling@Work scheme.
A. Upskilling@Work is a new initiative by the Welsh Government and supported by the European Social Fund, to help businesses upskill their workforce through training. Your business could receive up to 70% off training costs through funding.
A. Yes, training would need to be completed by December 2020.
A. Any size and any type of business can benefit from the funded training. All you need to do is decide which course suits your business.
A. Anyone you employ, any age, who wants to increase their skills or would benefit from training.
A. If you are a small sized business you would pay 30%, medium sized business you would pay 40% and large business, including the public sector, would pay 50% which reduces the cost of training significantly. Depending on the size of your company, and level of qualification, the training is between £225 and £625 per person.
A. We are offering a variety of National Vocational Qualifications (NVQs)
in the workplace, and taught programmes such as coaching, mentoring, leadership and management courses, from Level 1 to Level 5. These are accredited by awarding bodies such as City & Guilds, EAL or ILM (Institute of Leadership and Management).
A. To find out if you’re eligible for Upskilling@Work funding call