Flexible Workforce Development Fund

Aug 25, 2022 | Business support hub, TC news

The Scottish Government’s Flexible Workforce Development Fund, now entering its sixth year, has re-opened with grants of up to £15,000 on offer to SMEs to help retrain and upskill their workforce.

The fund aims to provide workers in organisations of all sizes with access to training courses through local colleges, the Open University in Scotland and Skills Development Scotland.

You can learn more about the fund via the links below.

Investing in Scotland’s workforce

Flexible Workforce Development Fund

Flexible Workforce Development Fund Guidance 

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