Data Skills Credits (DSC) fund is between £500 and £5,000 towards the cost of data related training for organisations with a workforce in Southeast Scotland. You can apply for up to £500 per employee, for a maximum of 10 employees.
Data Skills Credits (DSC) also aims to encourage individual leasrners to take ownership of their future skills development and professional learning. Each individual learners can claim up to £500 towards training.
This fund can be used for specific Data Courses – these are highlighted on our course page.
Individual Training Accounts are available to help people develop the skills they need for work, giving learners who meet the eligibility criteria up to £200 towards a single training course or training episode per year.
And because it’s not a loan, the money doesn’t need to be paid back.
The Flexible Workforce Development Fund is now available to all employers across Scotland. The Fund supports businesses in Scotland to upskill and reskill their employees to support inclusive economic growth in Scotland.
As an employer you can use it to address priority skills gaps and get training tailored to your needs.
The Digital Skills Pipeline has provided funding for 10 places in the following courses:
This Advanced course has been designed to give learners the opportunity to work towards their Adobe Certified Professional qualification using Photoshop.
The course covers the basic skills and techniques coupled with design theory to assist learners getting started on their creative journey using specialist design software.
After completion learners will have gained the knowledge and skills to undertake the Adobe Certified Professional exam with the aim of moving towards Adobe Certified Expert exam.
This course is designed to give a solid foundation into the ever-evolving world of digital marketing.
In the first weeks, learners are taught how to think like a marketer and understand the fundamental components of digital marketing before delving deeper into Strategy, Content Creation, Data and more.