More employees now eligible for Help to Grow scheme

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Ministers have amended the rules for the Help to Grow: Management programme

The new change will enable businesses with ten or more employees to have up to two participants join the scheme, where previously businesses could only have one participant on the scheme. In addition, previous participants on the Small Business Leadership Programme will also now be eligible to join the scheme.

Help to Grow: Management offers business leaders 50 hours of leadership and management training across 12 weeks, and now includes mentoring from the likes of Santander, Google and award-winning mentor Herman Stewart.

More information about the schemes and how to apply is available on the dedicated website and in the press notice on GOV.UK

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