Babington Registered to Deliver LEP Skills Service Training

Posted by: Jannike Post Date: 13th July 2016

Babington Group is registered to deliver training for the LEP skills service.

This Leeds City Region Enterprise Partnership (LEP) skills service helps businesses to identify their skills needs based on their business growth objectives, and then find the right training solution.

Small and medium-sized businesses based in the Leeds City Region that have a budget to put towards training could be eligible for funding of between £500 and £50,000. To find out more about the LEP Skills service and apply, visit the website here.

The types of training courses that could be eligible for the skills fund are:

Accounting courses

We offer a range of accounting courses to suit all levels, from those who have never been in an accounting role before, to experienced professionals looking to qualify in management accounting. Qualifications include AAT, CIMA, and ACCA, with distance learning options available.

Leadership and management courses

We provide Chartered Management Institute (CMI) accredited leadership and management programmes to those at all experience levels. Whether you’re managing your first team or leading multiple organisations towards ambitious goals, develop your ability to engage through expert mentoring tailored to your aims and context. Development is carried out through a combination of distance and face-to-face learning, although full distance learning is available.

Please note that all skills service applications are subject to approval panels and are assessed on a case by case basis.

Find out how we can assist you in sourcing quality apprenticeship candidates for your business

Enter your details and we’ll get in touch, alternatively, you can call us on
01332 613 688

Babington Group has signed up to the Disability Confident Employer scheme to build awareness and positively change attitudes towards disabled individual in the workplace.

The scheme aims to help employers make the most of the opportunities provided by actively employing disabled people, and increase an overall understanding of disability across the business. The scheme also fits with Babington’s belief that everyone has the potential to realise their potential and fulfil their aspirations, even through the severest of obstacles.

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