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Education and training services

Denbighshire County Council | Published June 18, 2015  -  Deadline June 30, 2015
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Education and training services

Education and training services

Denbighshire County Council | Published June 5, 2015  -  Deadline June 23, 2015
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Education and training services

Families First 2015/16

Denbighshire County Council | Published October 12, 2015
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Action For Children , Flintshire Youth Services
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85300000, 85311300

The Flintshire Families First Board have identified opportunities to provide the following key outcomes via the specification headings detailed below. Identified outcomes · Children and young people are learning, achieving and aspiring · Young people are in employment, education and training · Families with disabled children are supported Specification headings . Support for primary school aged children at risk of escalating problems and their families. . Out-of-school play, learning and other social and developmental opportunities for young people with ASD (autistic spectrum disorder)and their families, including establishing a parent and young person feedback mechanism for service improvement. . Support for young people aged 16+ that are NEET (Not in education employment or training) or at risk of becoming NEET. A component includes building the skills of the workforce to engage and secure good outcomes with young people that are NEET. We are only accepting bids where there is a lead provider and sub-contracting organisations forming an agreed collaboration i.e. must have a minimum of two organisations bidding for the work. To this end, one provider must act as a lead contractor that is accountable for all elements of delivery, monitoring and funding and all other partner organisations are sub-contracting parties.

Families First 2015/16.

Flintshire County Council | Published October 13, 2015
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Action For Children
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85300000, 85311300

The Flintshire Families First Board have identified opportunities to provide the following key outcomes via the specification headings detailed below. Identified outcomes: — Children and young people are learning, achieving and aspirin. — Young people are in employment, education and training. — Families with disabled children are supported. Specification headings: — Support for primary school aged children at risk of escalating problems and their families. — Out-of-school play, learning and other social and developmental opportunities for young people with ASD (autistic spectrum disorder)and their families, including establishing a parent and young person feedback mechanism for service improvement. — Support for young people aged 16+ that are NEET (Not in education employment or training) or at risk of becoming NEET. A component includes building the skills of the workforce to engage and secure good outcomes with young people that are NEET. We are only accepting bids where there is a lead provider and sub-contracting organisations forming an agreed collaboration i.e. must have a minimum of 2 organisations bidding for the work. To this end, 1 provider must act as a lead contractor that is accountable for all elements of delivery, monitoring and funding and all other partner organisations are sub-contracting parties.

Families First 2015/16

Denbighshire County Council | Published April 20, 2015  -  Deadline May 26, 2015
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85300000, 85311300, 85300000, 85311300, 85311300, 85300000, 85311300, 85300000

The Flintshire Families First Board have identified opportunities to provide the following key outcomes via the specification headings detailed below. Identified outcomes · Children and young people are learning, achieving and aspiring · Young people are in employment, education and training · Families with disabled children are supported Specification headings . Support for primary school aged children at risk of escalating problems and their families. . Out-of-school play, learning and other social and developmental opportunities for young people with ASD (autistic spectrum disorder)and their families, including establishing a parent and young person feedback mechanism for service improvement. . Support for young people aged 16+ that are NEET (Not in education employment or training) or at risk of becoming NEET. A component includes building the skills of the workforce to engage and secure good outcomes with young people that are NEET. We are only accepting bids where there is a lead provider and sub-contracting organisations forming an agreed collaboration i.e. must have a minimum of two organisations bidding for the work. To this end, one provider must act as a lead contractor that is accountable for all elements of delivery, monitoring and funding and all other partner organisations are sub-contracting parties.

TRAC Learning Programme for schools across North Wales

Denbighshire County Council | Published February 17, 2015
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The Project Proposal targets those young people in schools and pupil referral units across the North Wales Region who are displaying aspects of disengagement with their education. As such they are the most vulnerable to becoming NEET (not engaged in employment, education or training ) at the age of 16 or later. The Project comprises provision and support; the provision element will consist of alternative curriculum provision including bespoke packages, and this will be procured through a Framework of Providers. All schools across North Wales will select the provision on the Framework that best fits the needs of their learners. This provision will be published in a catalogue or prospectus for each of the 6 counties.The provision will comprise short courses (eg one week, one hour a week for 10 weeks etc)) long courses (eg one day a week for 1 or 2 years and leading to a qualification at Entry, Level 1, 2 or 3), or bespoke one to one provision. We intend to give providers choice of which areas of the Region they are able to work. We will expect provision to be engaging, innovative and active and deliver a range of hard and soft outcomes. Hard outcomes will include full qualifications that are recognised in Wales (DAQW listed); soft outcomes will include improvements in attitude, behaviour, motivation and engagement. It is expected that providers will be able to deliver in either Welsh, English or bilingually. Provision from Consortia would be welcomed if this enables delivery across different local authorities of the Region.The initial duration of the Project is for a period of 3 years with the option to extend for a further 2 years. All provision will be quality assured during the lifetime of the project which will start, subject to approval of funding, In September 2015. All providers will comply with the common Safeguarding Legislation and Procedures adopted by the Region for the Project.

Regional Framework for the delivery of the TRAC Engagement and Learning Programme

Denbighshire County Council | Published April 23, 2016
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Cyngor Gwynedd
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TRAC is an innovative project which has been developed to provide bespoke engagement and learning programmes for young people at risk of becoming NEET. Additional pastoral and specialist support will also be provided for those identified by the regional early identification tool which has been developed and implemented as part of the youth engagement and progression framework.

The young people identified are those who are being lost through exclusions and attendance and other criteria identified in the early identification tool and are more likely to become NEET. These young people need help to increase in confidence, motivation, and self-esteem. This programme of activities and engagement will enable young people to develop their own particular learning pathway, and in doing so achieve accreditation. This success will give them ambition to succeed, achieve their full learning potential and remain in education, training or employment.

Regional Framework for the delivery of the TRAC Engagement and Learning Programme

Denbighshire County Council | Published May 22, 2015  -  Deadline June 23, 2015
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TRAC is an innovative project which has been developed to provide bespoke engagement and learning programmes for young people at risk of becoming NEET. Additional pastoral and specialist support will also be provided for those identified by the regional early identification tool which has been developed and implemented as part of the youth engagement and progression framework. The young people identified are those who are being lost through exclusions and attendance and other criteria identified in the early identification tool and are more likely to become NEET. These young people need help to increase in confidence, motivation, and self-esteem. This programme of activities and engagement will enable young people to develop their own particular learning pathway, and in doing so achieve accreditation. This success will give them ambition to succeed, achieve their full learning potential and remain in education, training or employment.

New Work Connections - Provision of a Service to Support Women into Employment

Denbighshire County Council | Published October 9, 2014
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North Wales Women's Centre Ltd
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The New Work Connections Project is an ESF Convergence funded project, covering the four local authority areas of Anglesey, Conwy, Denbighshire and Gwynedd. It intends to provide intensive support and guidance to people, who are both economically inactive and facing major disadvantages in their lives, with regard to pursuing training and employment opportunities. The sponsors of the project are the four Social Services Departments from these local authorities. Through existing functions, we provide help and support to the most excluded groups of people, but we wish to do more to help people with pursuing training and employment. We recognise that the lives of many of our service users can be transformed when they can become engaged in training and/or employment. The participants of this project will often need intensive help and support of a specialist nature to enable them to reach their full potential. The New Work Connections Project intends to provide participants, with far greater opportunities to attain economic independence. Ultimate goals and outcomes will differ between individuals, but the project will strive to allow everybody the opportunity to reach their own potential and to fully contribute to their communities. With regard to the delivery of the project in Denbighshire, funding has been obtained to procure services which help women, who face particular barriers in the employment market, to pursue appropriate training and employment opportunities. This funding will be for a period of nearly 4 years. This project element aims to develop a central resource which would reach women across Denbighshire . With the help of other agencies,the aim is to provide a coordinated approach to improve the social and economic development of women .The aim is to develop a resource for women which will provide access to information, training, employment advice, welfare support, health and wellbeing activities. It will ultimately aim to have a positive impact on the lives of women. It is envisaged that the location of the resource will be in Rhyl. This is identified as an area of great need which has been identified as a strategic regeneration area by the Welsh Assembly Government. However, an important part of this project element will be to reach out to women who live in rural areas. 2.TARGET CLIENT GROUP The target groups for this project primarily include women who are not amongst the key target groups for other ESF funded projects. Other projects, for example, have already been established with either lone parents or carers as their main target groups . The main target groups for this project are therefore women: - who have a disability - who have a sensory impairment - who have experienced ongoing health problems - who are aged 50 and over - who have mental health needs - who have endured traumatic experiences and who are in need of intensive support to move on to employment - who for various reasons have experienced major disadvantage in their lives and are lacking in confidence - who have experienced difficulty in becoming accepted for employment - young women who are not in education , employment or training With regard to other groups of women who might be a primary target group for other projects, there will be some situations in which this project, after negotiation with a project which has primary responsibility for meeting particular needs, will provide additional support. Providers should note that this project is subject to ESF Grant Funding which requires the successful provider to provide an element of match funding for the project. This is anticipated to be in the region of 50% of the project cost. The total project cost is anticipated to be in the region of £1,498,612.00 over the lifetime of the agreement. The service will be provided across the whole of Denbighshire which includes semi rural and rural areas where there will be an expectation to provide the service in the medium of Welsh. De
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