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Budget 2021: business schools to train thousands of firms

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Help to Grow scheme will see schools co-ordinate ‘executive development programme’

The UK’s leading business schools will deliver management training programmes for up to 30,000 small- and medium-sized businesses in the next three years, under plans announced in the 2021 UK budget on 3 March.

The government will subsidise 90 per cent of The Help to Grow scheme, due to launch in June. It will see business schools offer 12-week courses that ministers say will combine a “practical curriculum” with one-to-one support from a business mentor, peer-learning sessions and an alumni network. 

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