Management training bursary available for hospitality businesses

By Becky Paskin

- Last updated on GMT

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Hospitality businesses could benefit from a £1k bursary to help train management
Hospitality businesses could benefit from a £1k bursary to help train management
Hospitality businesses could obtain a £1k government subsidy to develop the skills of a director or senior manager through the People 1st Train to Gain programme

Hospitality businesses could obtain a £1k government subsidy to develop the skills of a director or senior manager through the People 1st Train to Gain programme.

Businesses employing five to 249 employees could obtain £1k to develop leadership and management – an area identified as being a key skills shortage area in the hospitality industry​.

Up to £500 is fully funded with a further £500 available if matched by the company.

People 1st’s sector compact manager, Chris Jefferies, said: “Employers have told us that they want to boost the management skills within their businesses, but for many small and medium-sized businesses, the recession made it difficult to invest in this area. This offer provides forward-thinking businesses with a great opportunity to get a head-start on their competition, and benefit from training in this crucial skills area at a fraction of the usual cost.”

Related topics: People, Restaurants, Hotels, Pubs & Bars

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