Project aim: To support people who are unemployed or economically inactive to set up new social enterprises and/or gain the skills to move towards and into other employment opportunities.  




The Business Start Up Hot House Programme will give you opportunities that can make a real difference to your business development. You will take your idea and grow it with our intensive support and access to the latest business knowledge and practical tools.

The programme's aim is to help, support and develop your new or small business or get you to make an idea in to reality through a comprehensive package of workshops, boot camps, peer to peer workgroups and business mentoring from business experts.

The Hot House Programme includes a range of stimulating and challenging business and personal development activities that suit people from all work and educational backgrounds.

Online course, in partnership with BBC Radio 4

Fundraising advice for charities who have been approved to deliver BBC appeals

The Embedding Careers and Enterprise Programme is a free pilot project is designed to support educators to embed careers and enterprise in the curriculum. Hosted by the University of Chichester Business School, and run by Ready Unlimited, a specialist training provider, the programme complements the work being undertaken via the Coast to Capital LEP Enterprise Adviser Network who will also attend. It consists of four professional learning sessions over the academic year, and began on November 30th, 2016, at the University of Chichester Bognor Regis Campus.


This is an opportunity for anyone who:

·         wants a professional learning experience which addresses a key national focus (careers/enterprise/employer links) through an innovative local focus (curriculum development).

·         has to develop careers and enterprise through the curriculum as part of their remit and will therefore appreciate additional time and support (e.g. this is on their department/organisation development plans).

·         has to support teaching staff to integrate employer links/careers/enterprise through the curriculum (e.g. careers/employability leads who will value expanding/refining the techniques and tools they have to integrate careers and enterprise into the curriculum).


This is a Level 5 CMI Management Diploma for Sussex Healthcare, Cohort 2.

A leadership development programme for aspiring senior managers and directors.

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