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BCTG secures funding for digital training bootcamps | Midlands Offers News

Chris Luty

Midlands training organization BCTG has secured funding worth £845,000 to support 263 people with digital training.

The new government funding follows a separate £875,000 which was announced for BCTG last week to support a heavy truck driving skills training camp.

The digital funding runs until March 31, 2022 and BCTG is working with partners including Birmingham-based Brit Asia and Creative Alliance, Walsall-based Studio School, and Wolverhampton-based Learnplay Foundation.

Chris Luty, Managing Director of BCTG, said: “We are delighted to have won our second funding to provide skills boot camps that will deliver essential digital training and testing to people and then match them with job offers. ‘use.

“This will allow us to help people access a range of courses that include topics such as marketing fundamentals, running marketing campaigns, digital and social media strategies.

“As a result, we will help bridge the digital shortage gap and enable businesses to grow faster and further than ever before, locally and nationally, across the internet.”

Bootcamps are developed as part of the Lifetime Skills Guarantee and Employment Plan.

Giorgia Succi, Brit Asia’s Chief Strategist, added: “We’ve seen renewed interest from people in the West Midlands and it’s encouraging to see that a lot of people have already started their careers. digital learning.”