Department for Education launches new Skills Toolkit

Department for Education launches new Skills Toolkit

Following the Prime Minister’s speech about retraining and adult skills, the UK government has launched a new Skills Toolkit with additional courses that target employers, prospective learners and employees among others.

Research shows that 94% of employees would stay at a company longer if it invested in their career development.

You can help boost team productivity and motivation by upskilling your employees with free, high-quality digital, numeracy and soft skills courses. All courses on The Skills Toolkit are free and available online, so your teams can learn flexibly from home at a time that suits them.

Courses on offer will help people gain skills that employers demand and help kick start the UK’s economic recovery.

Avalable courses include:

Learn about:

– practical maths

– computer essentials

– personal growth and wellbeing

– professional development

– business and finance

– digital design and marketing

– computer science and coding

Click here to find a course that’s right for you!

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