Skills Builder

We work closely with Skills Builder Partnership and they are opening up applications for their flagship education programme in February 2022.

There are a limited number of funded places in 2022 and these will be allocated in 3 rounds. The first deadline in 1st April 2022.

You can register interest on their website at and they will send you the Prospectus and all the latest on the funded places.

If you have questions, you can email

Who are Skills Builder?

The Skills Builder Partnership brings together over 800 schools, colleges, employers and organisations around a common approach to building eight essential skills. The approach is underpinned by a rigorous progression framework, which breakdown skills like Teamwork, Listening and Problem Solving into teachable steps. The Accelerator is the flagship programme for schools and colleges, and applications for 22-23 programme places open in February 2022. There are a limited number of funded programme places, and funding is allocated in 3 rounds.

Developed with 200+ leading organisations, the Accelerator includes training and support for the Skills Leader, tools and resources for teaching colleagues, and real impact for students. Skills Builder work with you to develop and implement a complete strategy for teaching essential skills in your institution. In 2021, the Accelerator included 480 leading schools, colleges and alternative settings.

You can find out more and apply online at, plus there will be regular information webinars where you can preview resources and ask questions. Programme places and associated funding is limited. The first deadline is Friday 1st April, so apply early for best chance of success. Download your prospectus and apply online at

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