The Department for Education (DfE) has launched the biggest expansion to date of the skills bootcamps scheme – with £60 million up for grabs for training providers.

Skills bootcamps are one part of the National Skills Fund, a £2.5 billion initiative to help adults train and gain skills quickly to improve their job prospects.

The bootcamps offer free, flexible courses of up to 16 weeks for adults aged 19 or over who are either in work, self-employed, recently unemployed or returning to work after a break.

The full news feature providing details can be accessed here.

In addition, DfE has also launched 4 major campaigns as part of the skills revolution drive.  Each of these campaigns has a different focus.

The links to the Campaign Toolkits can be found below.