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ITT Clarification Event 12 th December 2007. Welcome. Tony Allen Joint Area Director Kent and Medway. Invitations to Tender (ITT) ESF PROVISION 2008 - 2010. Agenda. Strategic context for ESF in the South East Youth Adults Employer Responsiveness Community Grants Timetable & Process

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agenda
Agenda
  • Strategic context for ESF in the South East

Youth

Adults

Employer Responsiveness

Community Grants

  • Timetable & Process
  • Q & A Panel
  • Lunch - 12:30pm
development team
Development Team

John Ratcliff – Partnership Director

David Wylie – Skills Development Director

Sue Ormiston – Skills Manager

Jill Farrell – Skills Development Director

Madeleine Watters - ESF Co-ordinator

Tracey Grant – Contracts Manager

Simon Churchill – Contracts Manager

lsc se priorities
LSC SE Priorities
  • Priority 1 – Creating demand for Skills
  • Aim ‘ More people to demand more learning’

- Young People

- Adults

- Employers

lsc se priorities6
LSC SE Priorities
  • Priority 2 – Transforming Provision
  • Aim ‘ A responsive system of provision, able to

meet the increased demand’

- Aligning funding with priorities

- Championing simplification

- Investing in FE

- Developing the provider base

-

lsc se priorities7
LSC SE Priorities
  • Priority 3

Better Skills, Better Jobs, Better Lives

Aim ‘We will increase skills and employability levels, which will deliver greater social and economic success’

- Protect categories of provision to help more learners

- Help disadvantaged people achieve their full potential

- Integrating skills training with job opportunities

principles of esf
Principles of ESF
  • Alignment of ESF with regional priorities

- SE ESF Framework

- Regional Economic Strategy (RES)

- LSC Priorities

  • Complementarity – no duplication or competition
  • Filling gaps for: - Young People

- Workless Adults

- Employers

- Communities

development principles
Development Principles
  • Geographic targeting

- e.g. NEETS in specific areas

  • Participant groups

- e.g. Lone parents, people with disabilities, people with low/no relevant qualifications, economically inactive people in deprived communities

  • Sectors

- e.g. priority sectors and occupations, employer groups

youth john ratcliff
YouthJohn Ratcliff

Youth

14-16

Pre-NEET

14-19

NEET and Pre-NEET

Hard to reach groups

Work Ready Award

Construction

Geographical Lots

Geographical Lots

Geographical Lots

youth
Youth
  • £11 million
  • NEET 16 – 19 & at risk group 14 -1 6
  • NEET context and priorities in the South East
  • Eligibility & Targeting – priority groups

– hot spots

  • Features of the specifications
  • Linkages and complementarity
  • Achievement and Progression
youth12
Youth
  • Question and Answer Session
adults sue ormiston
AdultsSue Ormiston

Workless Adults

Stepping stones to employment

Employment of hard to reach groups

Sector routeways to employment

Geographical Lots

Geographical Lots

Geographical Lots

adults
Adults
  • £10 million LSC (+ £26 million DWP/JC+)
  • Unemployed and economically inactive adults
  • Regional context and priorities
  • Targeting – priority groups and areas
  • Features of the specifications
  • Linkages and complementarity
  • Achievement and Progression
adults15
Adults
  • Question and Answer Session
employer responsiveness jill farrell
Employer ResponsivenessJill Farrell

Employer Responsiveness

Skills Development

Level 2 & 3

Basic Skills

at Work

Sector Lots

Geographical Lots

skills development levels 2 and 3
Skills Development Levels 2 and 3
  • Workforce Skills - National Policy
  • Regional Context
  • Policy changes 07/08 and 08/09
  • Priority Groups and Sectors
  • Support for Level 2 qualifications - £9.2 million
  • Support for Level 3 qualifications - £3.9 million
  • Achievement and Progression
basic skills at work david wylie
Basic Skills at WorkDavid Wylie
  • £9.2 million
  • Regional context and priorities for Basic Skills
  • Eligibility and Targeting
  • Features of the specifications
  • Linkages and complementarity
  • Achievement and Progression
employer responsiveness
Employer Responsiveness
  • Question and Answer Session
community grants madeleine watters
Community GrantsMadeleine Watters
  • A regional programme, co-financed by the LSC
  • Total £2.5 million (£1.3m ESF and Cash Match from the LSC)
  • Eligibility and Targeting
  • Achievement and Progression
  • Fully joined up and targeted programme
community grants
Community Grants
  • Question and Answer Session
itt timetable madeleine watters
ITT TimetableMadeleine Watters
  • Launch of ITT - 3rd December 07
  • Clarification Events in all LSC regions
  • Closure of ITT - 18th January 12 Noon
  • Provider Notice – end March 08
  • Contract Clarification - w/c 9th April 08
  • Contracts Start – From 1st May 08
the itt
The ITT
  • The Specification
  • ITT Questionnaire
  • Criteria
  • Tips
  • Partners – must be named
  • Sub-contractor – payment & therefore contract and SLA
  • Finance
  • Contract Clarification
the itt process
The ITT Process

DO

  • Read the “Read me first’’ document
  • Start early
  • Ensure you have all the appropriate expertise available for the various aspects of the tender
  • Use the message facility on Bravo for questions
  • Do read the hints and tips in the questionnaire
  • Submit your response before the closing date
  • Check the ITT is complete before submission
the itt process25
The ITT Process

DO NOT

  • Alter the documentation
  • Try to upload documents other than in word or excel format
  • Leave your submission with no activity – time out after 15 minutes
  • Leave it until the last minute to submit
the itt process26
The ITT Process
  • ITT evaluation uses fair, transparent and robust scoring framework
  • Consistent process across all LSC regions
  • Contract Award panels will agree each contract offer against the original tender specification
  • Local partnership teams carry out ‘contract clarification’ with relevant providers
  • Contracts expected to start from May 2008
the itt process27
The ITT Process
  • 12 noon 18th January is the deadline
  • The only exceptions will be auditable registered technical problems via the Bravo Helpdesk
  • Late Tenders will not be considered
esf web sites
ESF Web-sites

ITT

  • Bravo Solution

https://lsc.bravosolution.com

Regional Information

  • www.ESF2008-2011-SE.org.uk
  • www.go-se.gov.uk
  • www.jobcentreplus.gov.uk
  • www.seeda.co.uk
  • www.lsc.gov.uk/regions/SouthEast/ESF
q a panel
Q & A Panel

Chair –

  • Jill Farrell
  • David Waggett
  • David Wylie
  • Sue Ormiston
  • Madeleine Watters
  • Tracey Grant
  • Simon Churchill
thank you
Thank You

Lunch is served

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