Anyone can register to participate in the 24 courses on offer, thanks to funding from the Scottish Government, with the first kick off on Monday 17th January.
Topics range from accounting, human resources and social media to carbon management, business negotiation and sourcing; training is also available for creating a business plan, engaging stakeholders, managing customer-supplier relationships or writing a response to a call for tenders.
“We offer a series of fully funded training courses for everyone from students to large organizations,” says Richard Cook of the college’s Department of Enterprise and Business Innovation.
“This is a fantastic opportunity for anyone to acquire training tailored to their needs over the next few months. He can even register for all the courses we have. “
Classes are funded by the Community Renewal Fund, which was developed to provide free training opportunities to support economic recovery as we begin to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The aim is to support local economies by investing in vocational training, supporting business growth and encouraging individuals to grow and develop, becoming more resilient and sustainable. It means equipping people with the skills they will need in the future, preparing them for an increasingly green and digital economy.
“There is a wide range of development opportunities available to help Scots thrive through fully funded training,” adds Richard.
“Our courses are ideal for everyone from young people who want to start their own business in the future, to entrepreneurs and independent traders who may have a product they want to develop, and to SMEs who have staff willing to add. to their existing skills and strengthen their knowledge.
“The three carbon management training modules, for example, are the perfect starting point for a company that wants to learn more about how to capture the data needed to measure its carbon footprint and include training on the relevant software. . “
All classes are conducted online and last a half or full day, with dates available Monday, January 17 in the spring.
Participants will receive full certification from Borders College, where the Department of Enterprise and Business Innovation also offers a wide range of 80 modern apprenticeship programs in close partnership with businesses in the region.
So whether you are a start-up, an established organization, or an individual exploring new training and development opportunities, prepare yourself for future success by enrolling in the fully funded courses at www.borderscollege.ac.uk/prosper
Just click on the course link to learn more and reserve your spot today.