Funded training available to employers and individuals facing redundancy in Chesterfield
Funded training has been made available to employers and individuals facing redundancy in Chesterfield and the wider Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire region.
Skills Support for the Workforce (SSW) and Skills Support for Redundancy (SSR) are programmes developed to upskill employees within small and medium-sized businesses in the D2N2 area, along with offering tailored training for individuals at risk of redundancy or those who have recently been made redundant.
SSR helps people access training courses in order to further their skills and qualifications to help them get back into the workplace. The project works in collaboration with the Department for Work & Pensions (DWP) and the National Careers Service (NCS).
It helps provide advice on how to claim benefits, how to create a CV and provides career guidance. It also works to bridge any skills gap an individual may have that prevents them from getting back into the workplace.
Courses include IT skills, administration, leadership and management, education, health and social care, warehousing and storage and retail operations.
SSW provides recognised accredited qualifications and bespoke training courses to enhance your employees’ skills, increase the competitiveness of your business and boost the local economy.
Training on offer includes:
Upskill for workplace success
-Training and advice in a wide range of vocational and sector specific training to help secure employment in your existing business or to help you change your career
Career progression training
-Developing higher skill levels to take you to the next step in your career, such as leadership and management or supervisory skills and training
Support with securing a new job
-To give you the best chance of securing a new role, the project can help build on your transferable skills and support where required with CV writing, online job searching, completing applications and interview techniques, or signpost you to local services that will be able to offer additional support
Rob Matts, Head of Skills Support for the Workforce at Serco, said: “I would urge businesses looking to train their staff, and individuals looking to progress their career, to take advantage of the funded training on offer. We look forward to enabling more businesses to upskill their staff and grow.”
For more information and eligibility criteria, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.serco.com/ssr
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