Company directors at catering equipment firms are among those eligible to take part in a specialist business development course majority-funded by the government.
The ‘Help to Grow: Management’ course is 90% subsidised by government and equips business leaders with the tools to take their business to the next level.
It is delivered by leading business schools across the UK and combines a practical curriculum with 1:1 support from a business mentor, peer-learning sessions and an alumni network.
The course is designed to be manageable alongside full-time work and will support individuals in developing their strategic skills with key modules covering financial management, innovation and digital adoption.
A total of 30,000 places are available over three years at a cost of just £750 to business.
The government is funding most of the cost as part of its mission to make the UK an attractive place to start and grow a business.
By the end of the programme, participants will develop a tailored business growth plan to lead their organisation to its full potential.
UK businesses that have been operating for more than one year, and with between five and 249 employees, are eligible.
Individuals should be a decision-maker in their business or a member of the senior management team, such as chief executive or finance director.
You can register for the programme HERE.