Do you have employees or colleagues who would like to advance their digital and business skills on market leading training courses at no-cost to your company?
Upskill your workforce through Deloitte’s free digital skills training programme
Introducing the Fast 50 Skills Hub
Get access to free professional development courses through the Fast 50
Partnering with Multiverse, Deloitte is proud to introduce its new digital skills training programme. Following the success of a recent pilot launch in which 40 participants kick-started their courses, the firm is delighted to open this opportunity up to the wider fast growth community.
Some of the UK’s largest corporates recognise the challenges SMEs face when it comes to funding best-in-class training for their staff and are kindly donating their unspent Apprenticeship Levy to help Fast 50 organisations train and future-proof their workforce, retain talent, and close the technical skills gap by providing their employees with access to some of the best data and business courses on the market - at no cost to your organisation. (Learn more here.)
As such, Deloitte invites someone from your senior leadership team or your HR/Talent team to one of its upcoming Information Sessions to learn more and better understand how your employees can benefit from fully-funded Professional Development.
All are invited to join, regardless of whether your company plans to enter the Fast 50 or not this year.
Information session dates:
- 4 Aug from 09:00 - 09:45
- 4 Aug from 12:00 - 12:45
- 9 Aug from 09:00 – 09:45
- 10 Aug from 12:00 - 12:45
There will be the opportunity for discussion and questions from everyone on the call.
Multiverse will then work closely with you to help identify the right employees for this programme and support on next steps.
Please email to register your attendance.
And finally, don’t forget to enter for this year’s Fast 50!
Application deadline: Friday 3 September 2021
The Deloitte Cambridge office comprises 8 Partners and over 250 staff who deliver a full range of professional services to the East Anglian region. As well as focussing on the life sciences and technology sectors for which the region has become so renowned, the office has long standing specialisms in other sectors including the professions, consumer business, food and agribusiness.