Minister for skills John Hayes and the business secretary Vince Cable have launched the second phase of the Growth and Innovation Fund (GIF).
Under the strategy, the Department for Business Innovation & Skills (BIS) will inject £34 million in 2012/13 in order to allow companies to advance their skills solutions.
A further £29 million will also be made available by the BIS for businesses to bid for, while comparable levels of investment are planned for the two years after the initial undertaking.
Mr Cable pointed out: "By putting the employer's voice at the heart of the process, we will reward inventive approaches to training that deliver real help to get business moving."
Meanwhile, Tim Drake, author of You Can Be As Young As You Think: Six Steps to Staying Younger and Feeling Sharper, has noted that young-brained Brits, who display creativity and enthusiasm in job interviews, will have more chance to move further along their career path.
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