The project is part-funded by the European Social Fund and delivered by a consortium of 8 organisations including Lancaster & Morecambe College (LMC), and is led by the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan).
Activities are delivered across the partnership through coordinated promotional campaigns, focussing on advice & guidance, coaching & mentoring, and upskilling employees.
Leading Lancashire is a development programme in the following Lancashire Local Enterprise Partnership priority sectors; Engineering, Advanced Manufacturing, Energy & Environment, Digital, Creative, Visitor Economy, Financial Services and Construction.
If you're employed by a Lancashire-based Small or Medium Enterprise (SME) with less than 250 employees, or you are self-employed, then you could be entitled to access all our Leading Lancashire courses for free.
There is no limit to the number of courses you can attend. You must be aged over 16 or over and be eligible to live and work in the UK.
LMC are proud to offer a range of Chartered Management Institute (CMI) awards and certificates as part of the project, alongside courses in innovation, marketing, social media, content creation and IT packages.
By taking part in the Leading Lancashire project, you will gain access to:
The courses have assisted with essential business skills, social media training and management, which have benefitted the attendee as well as the firm. We'll definitely be using the College again and some staff have already signed up for courses in 2021.
Charlotte Russell, Solicitor
Oglethorpe Sturton & Gillibrand LLP
The Digital Skills courses have really hit the mark with training needs for my
business. Following the LinkedIn courses I've made many professional contacts (and connected with a couple of long lost friends, too!)
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The sessions were well structured, interesting and interactive, with plenty of opportunity to ask questions and discuss how our knowledge could be applied to our individual business situations, the pace was tailored well to suit course attendees.
Karen Robinson, Marketing Executive