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Train4Tomorrow Skills Bootcamps, part funded by the UK Government, is just one of a range of ways to help you to upskill, or change career, and unlock your full potential.  

They are available at no cost to individuals.  

What Are Skills Bootcamps? 

Skills Bootcamps are intensive training courses, designed to quickly enable you to develop in-demand skills need by local employers. Skills Bootcamps are short, targeted courses, tailored to address current skill gaps in various industries. They focus on practical, industry-relevant skills, ensuring you gain the knowledge and expertise that can support your career growth, your future employability and help to improve your future earnings potential. 

Skills Bootcamps are available in:   

  • Construction 
  • Digital 
  • Green 
  • Health 
  • Hospitality 
  • Professional Services 

A Skills Bootcamp could be for you if you are: 

  • looking to progress in your current sector 
  • employed and looking to change jobs or explore a new industry 
  • self-employed 
  • unemployed 
  • returning to work

How Do Skills Bootcamps Work? 

Skills Bootcamps are short-term training courses (up to 16 weeks), delivered in collaboration with local employers and training providers. Each one focuses on hands-on, practical training, helping to empower you with skills that you can immediately apply in your current, or a new job role.  

If you are looking for a new role you will have a guaranteed job interview at the end of the course.  

Who Is Eligible for Skills Bootcamps? 

Skills Bootcamps are open to adults from the age of 19. Whether you are already employed, unemployed or self-employed, you can apply to participate. Skills Bootcamps are especially beneficial for those looking to upskill or reskill in response to evolving industry demands. 

Here’s what our previous learners had to say about Skills Bootcamps:

“There’s absolutely nothing to lose, other than a bit of time. There’s no argument that it really helped me, and it was good fun as well!” Helen, 59, Website Designer at Digital Peninsula Network.

Read more about Helen's journey

“I wanted a change of direction and the bootcamp was a great way to learn a set of new skills in a supportive environment. I think the bootcamps are a great idea and I like the fact I had the opportunity to go on a fully funded course to learn something new. We’re really lucky to have this available to us.”                                                  Leanne, 40, Welder at Truro and Penwith College

Read more about Leanne's story

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