In direct response to the global pandemic, an initiative by the Scottish Government called the National Transition Training Fund (NTTF), has been developed to help individuals improve their career prospects, through training. As a training provider, we can help individuals improve their career prospects, and gain knowledge, skills, and certificates to either improve competency or in these hard times, support a career change.
This initiative is funded by Skills Development Scotland, facilitated by Direct Partners and supported through remote learning with e-Careers.
What is the National Transition Training Fund (NTTF)?
The National Transition Training Fund provides fully funded training courses to individuals living in Scotland, who meet set eligibility criteria.
By selecting one of these training courses, you’ll develop new skills and earn industry-recognised qualifications, boosting your CV, and making you more employable during this time of change and beyond.
View our full range of courses approved for the NTTF fund.
To be eligible for this funding, you must meet the criteria below:
• Must be 25+
• Are under the threat of redundancy and within 13 weeks immediately before the notified date of redundancy or have been made unemployed since 1 March 2020.
Direct Partners will arrange a remote interview with you to discuss this programme in more detail and conduct eligibility checks. Direct Partners will confirm if you meet the criteria to access funding via SDS to pay for this learning intervention.
Available Training Courses
Our range of training courses covers the following industries:
• Cloud Computing
• Cyber Security
• Digital Marketing
• Health, Safety & Compliance
• Networking & IT
• Project & Lean Management
View our full range of courses
How to get started – Applying for a National Transition Training Fund
Click here to get started and to speak to our Course Consultants to discuss in detail course content and the delivery methods. You will then be referred to Direct Partners who will manage your application for the NTTF.