Are you looking to upskill your workers? Do you have vacancies that need candidates to have sector-specific training?
Have a look at the training provision available in your area.
This is the second course in the Timber Technology Engineering and Design series, delivered by NMITE in partnership with Timber Development UK and Edinburgh Napier University.
HCI funding is available for travel to Hereford, email for further information.
Construction Innovation Scholarships, funded by the Construction Scotland Innovation Centre and the Edinburgh and South East Scotland City Region Deal, are available to meet the costs of postgraduate fees.
To help those working towards a career in Housing, Construction and Infrastructure, the School of Engineering offer Masters Scholarships for the 2023-2024 academic session. Funded by the Edinburgh and South East Scotland City Region Deal.
Introductory knowledge and skills in the Automotive Engineering disciplines of light vehicle maintenance, accident body repair and vehicle paint repair. Students will also learn about electric vehicle technology and how it is enhancing the automotive industry.
This is a short full-time course (18 weeks) taught at Edinburgh College Sighthill Campus.
Taking a fabrics-first approach to looking at sustainable materials and practices, to help construct energy efficient homes.
Half day course at Borders College, including Sustainable Construction Hub tour.
Supported by HCI Skills Gateway the Level 2 award Understanding Domestic Retrofit delivered by the Retrofit Academy is open to all local authorities, public and third sector employees within Edinburgh and the South East of Scotland. Places are limited, sign up by the end of January 2023
Data science skills to aid small to medium-sized businesses with free courses funded by the Edinburgh and South East Scotland City Region Deal.
Data Skills for Work offer Data Skills Credits for Employers. Get up to £5000 to upskill your staff with a wide range of data courses. Applications are now closed, contact Data Skills for Work for the next available date.
Dumfries & Galloway College and Borders College have joined forces to offer the South of Scotland a brand new range of courses aimed at helping employees and businesses upskill, reskill or return to education in order to boost employment opportunities.
Find out more about Fife College’s employer training within the ‘Employers’ section of the website. There is also a useful guide to Fife College course subject areas
Professional training across a range of industries with Edinburgh College. The college can help with training enquiries and delivery.
Are you a business looking to set up your own academy or skills centre? Do you have jobs needing filled but finding a skills gap within the labour market?
Employers can also get involved with training across the Edinburgh and South East Scotland region. You can contribute and deliver industry-specific training and offer employer advice or insight.