Free Business Courses for Construction Professionals!

Date: 27/10/2014

For a limited time only, Businesses in the Construction trade who are based in the Sheffield city region can enhance their skills at no cost* with a range of business-focused courses delivered by Dearne Valley College in Rotherham.

The courses, which were designed in collaboration with the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) in response to growing employer needs, will equip Construction professionals with the practical business skills they need to ensure the smooth running of their business, allowing them to diversify into new markets, secure more work and manage their growth effectively.

There are a range of qualifications covering wider business skills, such as Business Leadership, Marketing, Finance, Project Management and Human Resources, among others, which are tailored to suit businesses with on-site delivery and flexible start dates. However, Dearne Valley College are urging employers to act fast, with funding only available for this initiative until July 2015, provided by the European Social Fund and the Skills Funding Agency.

A spokesperson for the College said:

“We are delighted to be able to offer this fully funded training to small-to-medium businesses across the borough. This opportunity is limited to July 2015, so if businesses would like to take advantage of this free initiative, which has been designed to suit what employers within the industry are asking for, they should act now and speak to our fantastic Business Development team”

Places for this fantastic training are limited and will be available until July 2015 only. For more information or to book your place on a course, contact Dearne Valley College’s Business Development team on 01709 513147 or at More information can also be found at

*To be eligible you must employ below 250 employees and those taking part must be aged 19+

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