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Track Training Limited works in partnership with lead providers and consortia in Wales including: the Quality Skills Alliance, Rathbone Cymru (Newcastle College Group) and Gower College. Funding for upskilling and apprenticeships is available to employers across South Wales from Welsh Government and supported by the European Social Fund.
Between 2014-2020 Wales will benefit from £2Billion of European Structural Funds - supporting people into work and training,youth employment, research and innovation.
Guidance on European Social Funding in Wales is available via the Welsh Government website at:
Further details are also on the WEFO website at: www.wefo.gov.ukRead More
Successive reviews of organisational performance in the UK, including a recent report by the CBI, show that many organisations suffer from alarmingly low productivity. Recognising the importance of dealing with this especially in the wake of Brexit, we are able to offer a new skills stimulus package to employers across Wales which is supported (until the end of March 2017) by Gower College, LTS and Welsh Government.
For details of the Business Improvement Training and Coaching options available, along with a Process Monitoring Dashboard which enables managers to measure and assess staff performance,please contact Viv Compton on 0845 1306461 or email email@example.comRead More
Up to 70% discount is available on the following nationally accredited training programmes delivered at your workplace anywhere in Wales:
5S Workplace Organisation Skills
Creating Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
Flow Process Analysis
Lean Green Belt
And many more...
Minimum of 6 and maximum of ten per workshop. Training, Coaching and Mentoring available dependent on programme selected.
Optional access to a productivity dashboard for duration of project. Conditions apply. Offer ends March 2016.
Call 0845 1306461 to request further information.Read More
The Secretary of State for Education announced yesterday that the Apprenticeship reforms proposed earlier in the year are finally going ahead from the spring of 2017.
The levy will be set at 0.5% and from April 2017 employers who pay over 3M on their payroll will have to pay a levy to HMRC which will support the education and training of new apprenticeships in the workplace. Employers that are not eligible to pay the levy will continue to receive Government support towards the cost of apprenticeship training and assessment.
The levy applies to all UK employers but apprenticeship funding policy is devolved. It is a matter for the devolved governments of Wales, Scotland and Ireland to decide how they use their levy income.
This is about finding sustainable solutions to fund future apprenticeships across Britain. The Government is introducing a dedicated register of quality approved training providers and is launching the new employer-led Institute for Apprenticeships.
If you would like further details email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org for a full reportRead More
Track is delighted to announce its successful inclusion in the Sheffield Skillsbank facility in the north of England to offer a wide range of Skills for the Workforce that can benefit from European and Funding. The Skillsbank is managed by PwC for 2 years until 2018. For further details about the programmes and whether a company will qualify please email email@example.com today.Read More