LEP Funding

More than 600 more people in the region will be able to sign up to Skills Bootcamps to help fast track them into jobs. An indoor entertainment hub is getting ready to make its official return to Chester after more than a decade's absence.

Cheshire and Warrington Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) has managed to secure £2.4m in government funding – double the previous year’s allocation.

Delighted LEP officials have urged education providers and businesses to come forward to help deliver the bootcamps.

Covering a wide range of areas such as green skills, digital skills, logistics, and skills in the rail sector, these flexible courses of up to 16 weeks give local employers the opportunity to recruit people with the skills they need or develop the skills of their existing staff.

Read more at: Chester Standard

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