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This project is receiving £641,185 of funding from the European Social Fund as part of the 2014-2020 European Structural and Investment Founds Growth Programme in England.
Funded training will be available from Truro and Penwith College and Digital Peninsula Network to upskill their staff as well as the opportunity to take on an apprentice being trained in the digital marketing or IT skills they need.
Martin Tucker, Director of Penwith College and Chairman of Penzance Regeneration Partnership, says:
"We look forward to supporting the development of new training opportunities and their subsequent delivery. The College has a proven record in delivering outstanding training and education and supporting the business community of Cornwall."
The opportunities are significant and we look forward to engaging with as many employers as possible to grow their opportunities with digital skills.
About the Partners
Digital Peninsula Network (DPN) is a not-for-profit organisation based in Penzance and will be leading on this project. DPN has the largest network of ICT and Digital businesses in Cornwall and is currently a partner on five significant ESF Projects for Cornwall.
Truro and Penwith College is nationally recognised by OFSTED as one of the best in the country with a long track record of delivering apprenticeships and digital training.
Penzance Business Improvement District provides a resourced service for businesses in West Penwith delivering projects and lobbies on behalf of businesses, negotiating the best collective deals.
The Council of the Isles of Scilly's Lifelong Learning is the only establishment on the Isles of Scilly that facilitates post 16 learning with connections to local and mainland education facilities and businesses.
Maybe* will be bringing their highly acclaimed #WDYT (What do you think?) campaign to local businesses to give as many local enterprises as possible a taste of what effective social media marketing can do for them.
Penzance Regeneration Partnership was set up to control the money given to Penzance by Sainsbury's of offset the impact of the supermarket on the businesses in the town centre, from which it has contributed to DESD.
*ESF Funding may be given dependent on company size and total ESF funding received within a rolling three year period. For further information, please visit www.growdigitalcornwall.co.uk.