Accessing additional grants and funding to help train your workforce can be a drain on your time and resources. We can help you find those opportunities and make the most of them.
Flexible Workforce Development Fund
Available to levy paying organisations for workforce development training to upskill and reskill your existing workforce. Eligible organisations can access up to £10,000 to address recognised skills gaps , increase productivity and stimulate innovation
Low Carbon Skills Fund
The Low Carbon Skills Fund gives employers in Scotland with up to 250 employees the opportunity to apply for up to £12,500 towards employee training costs.
WorldHost - SDS Funding Support for Small Businesses
If you work for, or own, a small or medium-sized visitor economy business in Scotland, you could take part in WorldHost training at a significantly discounted price, thanks to this subsidy funding package.
Individual Learning Account/Individual Training Account
The ILA scheme is being replaced by the Individual Training Account (ITA) in October 2017. The new scheme will provide eligible individuals with up to £200 funding per year towards courses that are geared towards helping get a job or to progress in their career.
SAAS Funding (Part-time)
The fee grant for part-time qualifications is designed to help towards the cost of tuition fees. The level of grant will depend on the number of credits you do and the qualification you are studying.
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SERI (Scotland’s Employer Recruitment Incentive) is a grant for employers who offer employment opportunities, including an apprenticeship (MA), to unemployed young people. The funding is designed to offset the costs of recruiting and supporting a young person in employment, including an MA.
Standard Innovation Vouchers
The purpose of a Standard Innovation Voucher is to encourage new first time partnerships between a company and a university or further education college. The value of a Standard Innovation Voucher is between £1,000 and £5,000, which covers the academic project costs and is paid directly to the university or college.