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  • The Scottish Government, Lantra Scotland & SkillSeeder - Climate Change Fund

    Created: 02/03/2022
    News/Events Category: Funding and Finance


    The Scottish Government is working with SkillSeeder to support individuals to improve their skills in relation to climate change. If you work in the land-based sector you could get a small grant from a Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Practical Training Fund towards accredited training for sustainable skills.

    The fund is open to anyone working in the rural sector who is looking to reduce their carbon footprint and improve sustainability for their business/organisation, the fund will help individuals improve their skills in relation to climate change.

    Who can apply?

    Anyone working in the rural sector.

    How to apply?

    Applications are made via the SkillSeeder website. Use the website to search for a course - if it has the Climate Change Fund badge then it is eligible for funding.

    When to apply?

    Apply for an eligible course at any time.




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