[re]boot offered individuals the chance to upskill, re-skill and gain employability and sector specific skills, qualifications and training within the Digital, Engineering and Construction sectors from 2019 - 2022.
The project supported Leeds City Region Enterprise Partnership’s (LEP) all-age careers and inspiration campaign, #futuregoals, by providing relevant content and practical courses to address the skills shortages in our region.
Colleges from the West Yorkshire Consortium of Colleges delivered training to over 700 people in the region.
Who was [re]boot for?
The courses were aimed at those over the age of 18, employed, at risk of, or facing redundancy as a result of the Covid pandemic and live in Bradford, Calderdale, Craven, Harrogate, Kirklees, Leeds, Selby, Wakefield or York. The training was funded by the European Social Fund (ESF).
[re]boot helped individuals to meet their full potential and enter roles in key growth sectors across Leeds City Region and will actively target. You can read more about its impact in our [re]boot news story.
Training was designed to drive progression, in particular from Levels 2 to 4 providing an essential springboard for participants looking to progress in priority sectors.
What was the project Impact?
What is available now?
For the latest free adult learning courses, including a range offered by the West Yorkshire Consortium of Colleges, visit the Leeds City Region Enterprise Partnership (LEP) Futuregoals website https://futuregoals.co.uk/learn/free-adult-trainin...