The Government’s Skills Toolkit offers a range of free online courses so your team can learn flexibly. With courses in digital, numeracy and soft skills, sharing The Skills Toolkit can help your staff build valuable skills and boost productivity.
Nearly 27,000 residents in Staffordshire are involved in the multi-million pound strategic skills programme developed by partners to fulfil the needs of business, with almost 12,000 going into work so far.
Now the government has expanded The Skills Toolkit – which now contains an even wider range of free, high-quality digital and numeracy courses available to business and prospective learners. There’s now over 70 new online courses, including those you can signpost your employees to build up their skills, productivity, promotion prospects and wellbeing. Courses include those from top providers including Microsoft & LinkedIn, Amazon, the Open University and Google.
From computer essentials and practical maths to digital marketing, coding, leadership and project management, there’s something for everyone. There’s even courses on AI for those looking to develop more advanced digital skills.
The Skills Toolkit is an opportunity to give your team a taster of online learning for free, helping you to deliver effective in-work training in future. Be an employer that champions professional development with The Skills Toolkit.
Share The Skills Toolkit with your staff today – http://bit.ly/SkillsToolkitBusiness
Did you know?
- One in three people have used online learning to help them get a new job
- Helping people develop the skills employers need is key to recovery
- The Skills Toolkit focusses on the skills employers need, giving access to free, high-quality courses in digital, numeracy and soft skills like leadership and communication