Help to Grow: Management Course at the University of Stirling



The Management School at the University of Stirling, as a Small Business Charter accredited institution, is one of a select number of Scottish partners delivering the UK Government’s Help to Grow: Management Course.

Working in partnership with Johnston Carmichael, Scotland’s largest independent accounting and business advisory practice, the School is seeking 25 participants to join its fourth cohort on 22nd June 2022 (limited spaces). The course is targeted at senior managers at small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) seeking to boost their business’s performance, resilience and long-term growth. The cost to attend is 90% funded by the Government.

The 12-week course is designed to be taken alongside full-time work through a combination of online sessions, face-to-face learning, peer support and mentoring. The in-depth high quality curriculum will support you to build your capabilities in leadership, innovation, digital adoption, employee engagement, marketing, responsible business and financial management. By the end of the course you will develop a business growth plan to help you lead your business to release its potential.

To register for the fourth cohort, visit: https://smallbusinesscharter.org/h2gmcourse/stirling-s-cohort-4/

To discuss the course in more detail with the University of Stirling, contact: business@stir.ac.uk

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