Skills Toolkit launches with additional courses

Thu, October 8th, 2020

The government has added over 60 new courses to The Skills Toolkit from top...

The government has added over 60 new courses to The Skills Toolkit from top quality providers including The Open University, Google, Amazon and Microsoft. With an even wider range of free, high-quality digital and numeracy courses, and the addition of new employability and work-readiness courses, the online platform gives people the opportunity to build up their skills, progress in work and boost their job prospects. From computer essentials and practical maths to digital marketing, coding, leadership and project management, there’s something for everyone.

The Government would like employers to encourage their employees to take up these learning opportunities where appropriate, so they can develop the higher-skilled workforce they need and support employee wellbeing and progression.

It is open to everyone, whether they are out of work or thinking about changing jobs, have just graduated or left full time education and are starting their career, or if they’re just keen to keep their mind healthy and busy.

Build up your team’s skills with The Skills Toolkit

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