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Enterprise Hub Skills

About Enterprise Hub Skills

Enterprise Hub Skills aimed to simplify access to enterprise training and development, helping build Liverpool City Region as a central hub for enterprise. Drawing together expert community organisations from across the region, Enterprise Hub Skills offered high quality learning and development opportunities to build the enterprise skills and economic pathways for individuals in the Liverpool City Region. Through strategic engagement, the partnership ensured that local residents, no matter what their background and circumstances, had access to support to build an individual learning plan that supported enterprise development.

The Women’s Organisation are proud to have lead the Enterprise Hub Skills partnership, helping ensure that budding entrepreneurs, particularly those with a disability, those from a black or ethnic minority background or those with socioeconomic disadvantage, had equal access to training and development services.


How did Enterprise Hub Skills work?

Through Enterprise Hub Skills, The Women’s Organisation and partners offered specialist training programmes tailored to the needs of those wanting to enhance their enterprise skills.


About the partnership

Enterprise Hub Skills was delivered through an innovative partnership approach, led and managed by The Women’s Organisation. Offering support to individuals in the Liverpool City Region were: Everton Development Trust; Granby Toxteth Development Trust; Liverpool John Moore University; Make Liverpool; Merseyside Expanding Horizons; and Citizens Advice Halton.

The partnership had been carefully selected to ensure a high quality of service is delivered across diverse communities, particularly focusing on accessibility for BAME communities, those with a disability or long-term health condition and those with socio-economic barriers.

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Our Funders

The project received funding from the European Social Fund as part of the 2014-2020 European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme in England. The Department for Work and Pensions (and in London the intermediate body Greater London Authority) was the managing authority for the England European Social Fund programme. Established by the European Union, the European Social Fund helped local areas stimulate their economic development by investing in projects which support skill development, employment and job creation, social inclusion and local community regeneration. For more information visit https://www.gov.uk/european-growth-funding.