Green belt productivity training Potential to receive 67% funded training ** Deadline Wednesday 4th November 2015 **

4th November 2015

Do you feel that now is the time to grow your business, but you don't have the support to upscale your workforce, well now is the time! Grant funding is potentially available to provide training support to businesses that want to improve productivity, remove waste and build effective leaders.

To be considered the grant application needs to be with the holder by 4th November 2015, and so to register your wish to be involved, please ensure your company meets the criteria and follow the 'what next actions'. Criteria for consideration for inclusion of trial Learners must be aged 19 or over (Evidenced) and work within the Sheffield City Region Minimum of 30 learners (in total) to be considered for inclusion Training to have been completed by end of February 2016 Proposal 5 day 'green belt' training Multiple delegates from multiple companies £510 per delegate (Balance funded) What to do next? Email with a signed letter on company letterhead paper showing your commitment to training that enhances the skills of your team, and identifying the number of learner numbers you wish to be involved. This is only evidence of your intent, and does not form a legally binding commitment. To access this funding we only need to reach the minimum of 30 learners, so lets rally the troops and show prove that the demand exists to place the Sheffield Region at the heart of the Northern Powerhouse. I look forward to working with you in the future, to make Sheffield City Region the centre of excellence and the only place to do business. Ray Byrne Managing Consultant TWA Lean Consulting Limited 0114 2573485 07730 458854

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