What the South Bristol Talent Pathway is, who it's for and how to get involved.
The South Bristol Talent Pathway Project (SBTaPP) supports Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs) in south Bristol to help them develop their workforce and grow their business.
Through SBTaPP, local SMEs will produce targeted action plans to build their business. They'll be given help to:
- look at their priorities
- link up with relevant business support services.
These services range from apprenticeships, help with recruitment and retention through to skills training.
Both work trials and school engagement are widely offered and delivered by Bristol Works, a city-wide collaboration between:
- learning providers
- local communities
By getting involved in the project, local businesses can increase their productivity while also offering wide-ranging and inspiring work opportunities for young people aged 14 to 18 in the south Bristol area.
Read about a local business that is already offering opportunities to their local community on Bristol WORKS Go to https://www.bristol.works/newsblog/2022/3/25/works-experience-workshops-at-knowle-career-event (opens new window) or watch the video below to see how another south Bristol business got involved with the South Bristol Talent Pathway project.
Register your business
If you would like to register your business or find out more about the SBTaPP, email SBTaPP@bristol.gov.uk
We're delivering this scheme on behalf of the West of England Combined Authority in collaboration with other regional partners.
Workforce for the Future
SBTaPP is part of the Workforce for the Future programme, which is a free support service for businesses and individuals in the West of England.
It helps businesses develop employees' skills and supports local residents to upskill and improve their career prospects.
For more information on Workforce for the Future, contact the West of England Growth Hub.
Workforce for the Future is an £8 million programme co-funded by the West of England Combined Authority and the European Social Fund (ESF). The programme has received £4m of funding from the ESF as part of the 2014-2020 European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme in England.