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Collaborating for Success. Welcome. Setting the scene. Tim Ward Learning Curve. Context. No direct access to funding for learning & skills for smaller organisations Partnership/Consortium working encouraged. SFA on subcontracting. Main contractor is responsible and accountable

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setting the scene
Setting the scene

Tim Ward

Learning Curve

context
Context
  • No direct access to funding for learning & skills for smaller organisations
  • Partnership/Consortium working encouraged
sfa on subcontracting
SFA on subcontracting
  • Main contractor is responsible and accountable
  • No formal standards to regulate relations
  • Expect 85% of funding to be passed on
  • Due diligence & monitoring
what we can offer
What we can offer
  • Access to vulnerable/excluded
  • Holistic approach
  • Supportive/familiar/non-institutional
  • Learning Programmes
  • Voice/channel of communication
  • Support/expertise
things for third sector to consider
Things for Third Sector to consider
  • What can you do? – Capabilities
  • What does the main contractor need?
  • Understand their concerns
  • What have you done? – Track Record & Reputation
  • How can you reassure?- Systems, processes, staff qualifications etc
things for main contractor to consider
Things for main contractor to consider
  • How can the subcontractor extend/enhance your offer?
    • Eg: Are there unheard voices that third sector can reach?
  • How can I be assured about quality, achievement and good administration?
  • What support does the subcontractor partner need?
  • How can the relationship be developed to maximise benefit to learners?
good practice
Good practice
  • Transparent selection & funding process
  • Relationship of trust & cooperation
  • Written agreement, good communications, timely payments
  • Using strengths of partners
  • Share good practice between partners
  • Share staff training & quality improvement
  • Relationship strategic not contingent
useful links
Useful links
  • SFA (see latest publications page) http://skillsfundingagency.bis.gov.uk
  • SFA Bravo website https://skillsfundingagency.bravosolution.co.uk/web/login.shtml
  • YPLA http://www.ypla.gov.uk
  • Learning & Skills Improvement Servicehttp://www.lsis.org.ukSubcontracting toolkithttp://www.lsect.co.uk/toolkit.asp
  • FE Week

http://www.feweek.co.uk

  • TSNLAwww.tsnla.org.uk
  • CLESP

http://www.southwestforum.org.uk/clesp

  • Learning Curvewww.learningcurve.org.uk
next steps
Next Steps
  • Website
  • Guides
  • National AOC/TSNLA discussions
  • How can we progress this in SW?
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