Tech Partnership endorses the ADBL’s courses with grant


The Tech Partnership Training Fund has endorsed the ADBL’s digital training courses by offering a £500 grant for businesses, applicable to each enroled employee.

First announced at the beginning of June, the recognition by the Tech Partnership of the ADBL’s (Academy of Digital Business Leaders) courses is highly appropriate, with both organisations committed to bettering access to professional digital education.

John Pritchard, Programme Manager for the Tech Partnership, welcomed the possibilities offered.

“This is a fantastic opportunity for companies to up-skill their staff with the latest digital marketing skills, which are vital for companies if they are to remain competitive in today’s market,” Pritchard says. “We expect interest to be high and, as there is a set amount of funding available for each quarter, I would encourage interested companies to apply soon.”

To apply for the grants, UK organisations need to contact the ADBL immediately.

There is no limit on the number of course participants per business, but there is a finite amount of funding which is available on a first come, first served basis. Because of this, it is advised that interested organisations contact the ADBL immediately to secure their discount.

The initiative from the Tech Partnership will allow more employees to enrol on the ADBL’s digital business courses. Today, preparing employees for the fast-evolving world of digital business is a hallmark of any successful organisation.

This is certainly a trait that’s true of the for-profit and not-for-profit organisations that have already enroled employees on ADBL courses – Virgin, Procter and Gamble, Cancer Research UK, Walt Disney and the Royal Bank of Scotland to name a few.

Five of the digital courses offered by the ADBL are eligible for the grant. They are:

To apply for the grants, UK organisations need to contact the ADBL immediately >



Stephanie Khan

Posted July 3, 2015