College to host event to help Hemel businesses reskill their workforce
"Many businesses will need to rapidly reskill their employees."
An event aimed at providing local businesses with information they need to reskill their workforce will take place at the end of the month.
West Herts College, in partnership with Hemel Hempstead Business Ambassadors, is hosting ‘Reskill to Rebuild’ on March 26; a virtual event to help businesses decode the skills and training incentives in the Chancellor’s new budget.
The event is designed to provide local businesses with bespoke advice on how they can make the most of new opportunities for re-training and upskilling. As well as discussions around rapidly reskilling current staff and influencing the skills and training of future employees, there will also be a chance for businesses to receive one-to-one guidance on how they can benefit from the College’s offer and the Government’s latest skills and training incentives.
Gill Worgan, West Herts College Principal and CEO, said: “The Covid-19 pandemic has had an unprecedented impact on our economy, to truly build back better, many businesses will need to rapidly reskill their employees.
“Businesses that invest in their people and skills development will be well placed to succeed in the new economy. The Chancellor’s latest budget put skills and training at the heart of the rebuild and West Herts College is here to help our business community make the most of those opportunities.”
As part of the event, the College is also offering a complimentary digital marketing workshop for any local businesses who are just getting started with promoting their businesses online.