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  1. WLC Program - Contractor Briefing June 2010

  2. Contractor Briefing Welcome & Congratulations!

  3. Contractor Briefing • 23 providers selected for 30 LLEN areas • 1 LLEN area will be re-tendered

  4. Contractor Briefing • Service Contracts • Key elements to note: • Funding allocation (this amount includes GST) • Program milestones

  5. Contractor Briefing

  6. Contractor Briefing • Signing will be conducted at the end of this briefing • Once you have provided signed contracts, you may send an invoice for 60% of 2010 funding (funding allocation is inclusive of GST). Invoice must include: - ABN - Instalment details (eg. 1st instalment) - Amount of GST paid/to be paid - Period of service (eg 2010) - Description of the service (including LLEN area/s) - Name/address for payment - Bank details

  7. Contractor Briefing Key Relationships DEECD, Youth Transitions Division – Teresa Durka LLENS DEECD Regions business and industry contacts educational/training providers, including government, independent and Catholic schools

  8. Contractor Briefing 3. Program Outline and Expectations Funding and costs to be dedicated to program Nomination of Coordinator for service delivery of program (please provide details by Friday, 25 June. If it is an interim nomination, please advise when the incumbent commences)

  9. Contractor Briefing • Program objectives: • increase the number of young people undertaking workplace learning placements in places of employment, especially within those industries that provide strong vocational outcomes for young people; • increase the alignment between VCAL and VET provision and local industry needs; and • increase the number of Koorie young people undertaking workplace learning placements • generate and identify new workplace learning placement opportunities

  10. Contractor Briefing Role of the Program Coordinator: “the public face of the Program” A liaison role A work placement generation role An information dissemination role through LLEN networks A visible contact for employers A contribution to the breadth of education and training activity within a LLEN geographical area Targeted opportunities for Koorie young people

  11. Contractor Briefing Draft Service Plan Objectives: New Workplace Learning Opportunities SWL, SBAT, work experience improving number of Koorie students undertaking workplace learning Providers to be serviced educational/training providers, industries, employers

  12. Contractor Briefing Template Development: • Your input required by 02 July 2010 (also provide your proposed methodology for calculating business targets) • Final template distributed 12 July 2010 Service Delivery: • Work collaboratively with your local LLEN • Identify other programs & avoid duplication • Delivery steps to achieve Program outcome

  13. Contractor Briefing Progress Monitoring & Evaluation: • Program evaluation and review • Provider reports • Annual service plans • Formative evaluation • Impact evaluation • Site visits • Stakeholder satisfaction - employer and educational/training providers

  14. Contractor Briefing 5. Establishing Business Targets • What are the established workplace placement levels for the LLEN area • Methodology for setting of targets • Document your assumptions • Strategies for increasing placement numbers

  15. Contractor Briefing 6. Contract Management Arrangements Relationship with DEECD YTD - Senior Policy Officers will be allocated Formal induction will be conducted Compliance reporting Programs visits, as required

  16. Contractor Briefing 7. Induction Careers and Transition Support team will conduct induction sessions, expected to be in August. This will be for the Program Coordinator and any Program support staff. Notify us if there are recruitment issues

  17. Contractor Briefing 8. Formative Evaluation • An evaluator is currently being appointed. You will be advised following selection and contract finalisation • Contractors are expected to contribute to these evaluations and work collaboratively with the evaluation team

  18. Contractor Briefing Thank you for attending today!