Skills for Growth International
by HYLMAN - Consulting Centrale
by HYLMAN - Consulting Centrale
Coventry and Warwickshire Skills 4 Growth is part funded by the European Social Fund and receives further funding support from Coventry City Council and Warwickshire County Council.
Coventry and Warwickshire Councils
Companies in West Midlands and Warwickshire, UK Any company or professional worldwide
for Coventry and Warwickshire's Skills 4 Growth
Award in Education and training level 3
Leadership and Management, including supervisory skills levels 2, 3 and 5
Soft skills for business - customer service, handling complaints, finance for
ICT End User Skills levels 2 and 3
Health and Social Care Skills Units & full qualifications levels 1, 2 and 3
Mental Health Awareness level 2
Controlling-asserting leadership and management
Telephone relationship: physical and telephone reception
Stress, tension and conflict management level 1
Stress, tension and conflict management level 2
Cultivate and enhance your personal image
Manage incivility and aggressiveness on the phone
Develop your interpersonal skills
Business development and sales
Improve professional writing
Prepare and conduct a meeting
Manager through emotional intelligence
Time management and priorities
Analyze, understand and improve your management style
Team leadership and cohesion
Market intelligence and analysis
World-class, international, diverse, renowned, experienced, and accredited specialists.
Price upon request. Our pricing is highly flexible and accommodated to every company's needs, eligibility, size, number of attendees, venue and type of training.
We guarantee value for money and optimal ROI.
Upon client's selection. Our deployment is highly flexible and we ask all clients to fill up the form below to inquire and schedule a training session.
The Coventry & Warwickshire Skills 4 Growth programme can provide eligible SMEs with a 50% European Social Fund (ESF) grant towards tailored business strategy training which focuses on the day-to-day performance and organisational challenges that are unique to your business. The individualised training programme, supplied by Hylman, an approved supplier to the programme, provides higher level skills development that is relevant and fine tuned to reflect your operating environment and industry sector.
The training is adapted and scoped to suit the needs of your business and can support a range of business topics including, but not limited to, business strategy, commercial strategy, and financial modelling. The exact content of the programme will be mutually identified and agreed through an initial diagnostic session with the business.Training Structure
Training support by one of HYLMAN's experts will commence with an initial 2-hour diagnostic session, followed by a series of interactive sessions. Businesses can access either 6 hours or 8 hours of training depending on the skills gap and unique training requirement of the business.
Contact us for more details.
Applying for ESF funding support from Coventry & Warwickshire Skills 4 Growth:
Employers are required to complete a Business Registration and De Minimis Declaration so that the Project can confirm the business is eligible for ESF Funding support. This should be signed by a person who is authorised to sign on behalf of the company. The project management team will review your submitted Business Registration Form and will then return a copy to you which will state whether the company is eligible for ESF funding support through Coventry and Warwickshire Skills 4 Growth.Responsibilities of employers engaged with Coventry & Warwickshire Skills 4 Growth for funding support: Discussion
Discussion with a member of the Coventry & Warwickshire Skills 4 Growth team to outline the training requirements of the business linked to skills gaps in the business. This will be summarised by the project team on a summary of training needs and emailed to you for your agreement.SME Business Application for ESF Funding support for training costs
The company is required to complete and submit a Business Application for Funding Support which will summarise the details of the required training. The programme will provide to approved businesses a list of suppliers that they can select from to deliver their training needs.
Where the training is niche/specialist and not available from the project’s list of approved suppliers, the business will be required to provide information on the specialist provider they wish to engage to deliver the training requirements. This will be achieved by the provision of three quotes from suitable suppliers and will explain how and why the chosen supplier was selected. The project management team will review your submitted Application and will then return a copy to you which will state whether the training costs are eligible for ESF funding support through Coventry and Warwickshire Skills 4 Growth.Eligible employees receiving training/skills support
Employees being supported by the project will be required to complete a Participant Eligibility Checklist form to confirm they are eligible for project funding support. One piece of eligibility evidence from the accepted list included in the Participant Eligibility Checklist will need to be provided for each employee receiving project funding support
Employees being supported by ESF funding will be required to complete an Individual Learning Agreement which will also be signed by the employer to confirm their support for the identified training as part of a triangulated agreement between the project, the employer and the employee.Payment of Training Provider Invoice
Businesses are required to pay invoices in full that are raised by suppliers or approved specialist training providers for approved training costs. Businesses will then claim 50% of the net costs from the project. VAT is ineligible for ESF funding support and cannot be claimed from the project.
You will be supported to make this claim by the Project’s Officers. You will be required to complete a simple claim form and provide evidence of your payment of the provider’s invoice and copy of the qualification certification where applicableRecord of attendance on training
Your employees will be required to sign an attendance record at the time of their training; the Project Management Team will organise this directly with the training providerReview of training
On completion of the training requirements outlined in your company’s summary of training needs that is mutually agreed between your business and the project team upon approval of your Business Registration Form, you will be contacted to review the benefit and impact of the training interventions to your business and for the participant and to inform future skills gaps and needs in the Coventry & Warwickshire LEP area.Opportunities for Case Studies and publicity
Following completion of funded learning, you may be approached by the project management team to obtain your permission for you and your employees to be featured in a Case Study to further promote your business and the ESF funding support that is available to eligible SMEs in Coventry and Warwickshire. You have the right to grant or withhold your permissions to be included in a published Case Study and your decision in this respect will not influence or impact your applications or claims for funding.De Minimis Records
You will receive a formal offer letter of grant funding for agreed training needs. Following reimbursement of the training costs you will also receive from the project a letter confirming the value of the de minimis aid you have received from the Coventry & Warwickshire Skills 4 Growth project. You will need to declare this amount to any other funding bodies who request information regarding State Aid in the three fiscal years following the date of this letter and to produce it on request by the UK public authorities or the European Commission in line with the requirements of De Minimis (Commission Regulation (EU) No 1407/2013).
You must retain these two letters for at least 10 years from the date of the letters and produce it on request by the UK public authorities or the European Commission