The £2 million ESF is in Priority Axis 2: Skills for Growth
- Investment Priority 2.1: Equal access to learning for all age groups, upgrading the skills of the workforce, flexible learning, careers guidance, validation of competence. Call worth £2 million ESF
- This call seeks to provide training, support and guidance to increase productivity and economic growth.
An event to launch these Calls took place at Crawley College on Monday 13 May.
European Structural and Investment Funding Sub-Committee Chair, Councillor Helyn Clack said:
“We are delighted to be launching this £2 million funding opportunity and hope that it will attract exciting and high quality project applications from across the region. We are looking for innovative projects designed to improve the skills sets of individuals in our area and contribute to growing our economy”
Further information on this Direct Call and how to apply for the funding can be found at: - http://www.coast2capital.org.uk/european-social-fund/