How can The Sheffield College help you to develop and upskill your workforce

17th February 2021

The Sheffield College have created a package dedicated to improving your employee’s skills, click here to find out more.

At The Sheffield College, we are constantly evolving and adapting what we can offer to our partners and the wider city region.

We are an active part of the local community and know that developing and upskilling employability skills is essential more now than ever to keep your business running.

As Chamber patrons, we would like to support all members where possible. We have created a package dedicated to improving your employee’s skills, whether they are new to the team or existing members. 

Just a few of the services that we can offer include:

Online delivery of our unique employability skills programme – This programme has been designed to suit the needs of SCR employers. Made up of interactive online modules, employers are able to access the programme at a time that best suits them and their employees.

Fully funded Adult Education Budget (AEB) courses – Our range of courses and qualifications are designed to provide employees with desirable employability skills.

A variety of optional employability extras – Alongside our employability skills programme, we are also delighted to offer a range of services to help support individuals throughout their skills development journey.

If you’d like to find out more about any of the above or any of the other services we can offer, please contact at and we can tailor a package to suit your business needs.

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