Aston Business School to host information session on government’s flagship programme for SMEsMarch 29, 20222 min read
- Businesses can find out how to boost performance, productivity and growth with the national government-backed Help to Grow: Management course
- The information session will be delivered face-to-face at Aston Business School on 4 April
- Business leaders will be able to ask questions about the course, which is delivered by leading business schools across the UK.
Aston University is set to host an information session on the government’s flagship Help to Grow: Management programme, launched by Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak at Aston Business School in August 2021.
The 12-week management training programme is 90% funded by the Government and participants can complete it alongside full-time work, giving 30,000 SMEs access to world-class business expertise on everything from financial management to marketing.
The information session, in collaboration with NatWest Group, will be delivered face-to-face at Aston Business School on 4 April from 09:30 to 11:00. Businesses will be able to find out how to boost performance, productivity and growth as well as ask questions about the course. Laura Barratt, managing director of The Malted Waffle Company and previous participant of the program, will share her experience of taking part and the benefit it has had on her company.
Kate Angel, head of business support operations, Aston Centre for Growth, said:
“The information session will provide a great opportunity for business leaders to hear about the value of the course from past participants, network with fellow company leaders and find out how Help to Grow: Management can help drive growth in their organisation.”
This event is free and open to all, not just NatWest customers.
You can register for the information session here.
Find out more about the Help to Grow: Management course here.