Skills Enhancement Fund Announcement


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DMM Training and Development is delighted to announce funding has been secured through the Skills Enhancement Fund for Personal, Management and Leadership training.

Training starting before 31st December 2013 and completing by 31st March 2014 will attract between 50% and 90% funding based on DMM Training and Development’s existing pricing structure and dependent on the duration and content of the training.   The funding is available for companies with a turnover up to £35M (Euro 50M) and less than 250 employees.

The funding is applicable to both open and in-house bespoke programmes and there is no restriction as to the number of employees who can benefit.

DMM Training and Development will take care of all the administration, form filling and liaising with the funding body.

For more information on how you and you business can get involved and benefit from the funding during this limited period of time, please contact Diane.

The Autumn open Personal Development Programme commences on Monday 16th September.

A core value of DMM Training and Development is to ensure the best possible experience for all delegates, which translates into guaranteeing group sizes where everyone has the opportunity to participate, contribute and feel they are special and valued.

A Winter open Personal Development  Programme will be scheduled in due course, to provide an additional opportunity for you to take advantage of the funding whilst it is available.

In-house bespoke Training

This is a perfect opportunity for companies who have considered group in-house training, but have not proceeded in the past due to the cost implications.   Get in contact and talk through your requirements, you will be surprised and delighted with the level of funding available to you.

This programme is supported by The Skills Enhancement Fund which is co-financed by the Skills Funding Agency through the European Social Fund.

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