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Cardiff Met University – Help To Grow – Management Programme

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The government-backed Help to Grow: Management course will open the door to growth for thousands of business leaders. Designed to be manageable alongside full-time work and access learning through a blend of online and face-to-face sessions..

Delivered by the Cardiff School of Management and accredited to the Small Business Charter, Help To Grow: Management includes 50 hours of in depth training, 1:1 business mentoring, and the opportunity to grow your business, fast.

The 12-week programme costs just £750 and is 90% funded by the UK Government. 

Aimed at senior leaders in small and medium businesses, the course covers strategies for growth and innovation, leading high-performance teams and digital adoption, as well as financial management and responsible business practices. You will hear from inspirational business leaders and learn alongside local peers, with access to a national alumni network.

By the end of the programme you will develop a tailored business growth plan to increase productivity and grow your revenue, and help take your business to the next level.

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