Case Study – £2,750 awarded to local training business BPI Consultancy

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This time last year we funded a Cynon based business BPI Consultancy.

They have been delivering high quality business to business training for over 30 years and approached the fund as they wanted to invest in their staff and upskill them to start delivering IEMA training (Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment).

Rather than have to pay external consultants if they could train and qualify their own staff they could offer this essential qualification across South Wales and strengthen their position as a training provider.

  • The fund awarded £2,750 and they matched the same amount.
  • They have now completed training and accreditation and are delivering the training regularly.

“For us as a fund this was an opportunity to support a business to upskill their staff and become more resilient but also to get opportunity for IEMA training locally and we are thrilled to see how many businesses are working their way towards becoming more sustainable after completing this course” – Kate Breeze, Pen y Cymoedd.

“We’re thankful to Pen y Cymoedd Community Fund for their support, enabling us to offer IEMA training and contribute to sustainability in South Wales. This grant has not only enhanced our capabilities but also strengthened our commitment to delivering top-quality training. We’re excited to continue making a positive impact together.” – Mark Adams, BPI Consultancy