Help to Grow: Management

A business school course 90% subsidised by government

Join 30,000 senior leaders taking part in a practical management training programme delivered by world-class business schools, accredited by the Small Business Charter.

Help to Grow: Management supports senior managers of small and medium sized businesses to boost their business’s performance, resilience, and long-term growth.

Leading names behind the Small Business Charter

The 12-week programme is 90% funded by the Government and has been designed to allow participants to complete it alongside full-time work.

Build your leadership potential

The in-depth high quality curriculum will support you to build your capabilities. Key areas of leadership covered by the programme include:

  1. Strategy and innovation
  2. Building vision and brand
  3. Adopting digital strategy
  4. Growing national and international markets
  5. Engaging and inspiring teams
  6. Adopting responsible business practices
  7. Leading for high performance
  8. Creating customer value
  9. Financial management 

Register direct using the link: Help to Grow – Management – Small Business Charter

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More affordable thanks to government subsidy

This course would usually cost £7,500 but it is 90% subsidsed by government.

The cost is £750 per person plus VAT per person.

Course aim

This programme will support small business leaders to develop their strategic skills with key modules covering financial management, innovation and digital adoption.

By the end of the programme participants will develop a tailored business growth plan to lead their business to its full potential.

Learning format
  • 8 facilitated online 2-hour sessions
  • 4 practical and interactive case study workshops
  • One-to-one support from a mentor
  • Peer networking
  • Access to the Alumni Programme
Training session timings

Designed to be a manageable programme alongside full-time work.

Training times will be advised for each individual course on enrolment.

  • Be an SME based in the UK
  • Employ between 5 and 249 people
  • Operational for at least 1 year
  • Be a decision maker or member of SMT
  • Commit to completing all session