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Project aims to boost skills in North West England
Small and medium sized enterprises in the North West of England are being given access to free learning materials to help develop business-related competencies as part of the EU-funded IntoEnterprise project.
The project, funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and the North West Development Agency and administered by St Martin's College for Creativity and Innovation, aims to define the competencies needed in order to operate an SME successfully and then provide learning materials that support these competencies.
The learning materials are made available via a website that forms part of an 'enterprise portal' provided by St Martin's College.
Users register for the service and then have free access to all of the learning materials that it contains. These learning materials comprise learning programmes from the College and distance- and e-learning material developed by learning materials publisher Echelon Learning.
For more information about the IntoEnterprise project, visit: http://www.intoenterprise.com
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