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Finding funding for learning and skills (opportunities and challenges). The difficulty/availability grid. Difficult. LESS MORE. Ava ilable. LESS MORE. Community Learning. Other Skills funding. Other charitable sources. ESF Programmes. ESF Community Grants. Traineeships.

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the difficulty availability grid
The difficulty/availability grid

Difficult

LESS MORE

Ava

ilable

LESS

MORE

Community Learning

Other Skills funding

Other charitable sources

ESF Programmes

ESF Community Grants

Traineeships

Learners pay fee

Apprenticeships

options
Options

As well as direct funding from SFA/EFA, the following options are available:

  • Consortia- partner with 2 or more suppliers
  • Community Learning approaches
  • Subcontracting / Commissioning—by College, voluntary sector provider/consortium, local authority or private sector prime contractor
  • Cross-sector partnership— partner with organisations from other sectors
  • Self –financed activities
things to consider
Things to consider
  • Your capability
    • Are you accredited to deliver relevant qualifications? Or are you more suited to informal learning or engagement?
    • Do you have a track record to demonstrate what you can do?
    • Do you have Policies/procedures/quality marks?
  • Availability of funding
    • Depends on where you are
    • Same funders may have different approaches in different areas
    • Funding cuts increasing scarcity
  • Regulation
    • Ofsted
    • Funding rules
    • Stricter/unforgiving SFA performance rules
things to consider 2
Things to consider (2)
  • Your Performance - can you demonstrate
    • Achievements
    • Outcomes
    • Statistical data
    • Track record on previous contracts
    • Learners feedback
    • Social value and social impact
    • Quality control
  • Due diligence –
    • Business processes/policies
    • Financial position etc
    • Need to pass Register of Training Organisations
where to go
Where to go
  • Consortia
  • Community Learning Trusts/Local Authorities
  • Commissioning
  • Colleges
  • Other providers – Private sector Prime contractors -supply chains
  • Other providers --- third sector
  • Charitable funds/other sources
  • ESF
  • Direct delivery/partnership/consortium/sub contractor??
  • Social enterprise—loans?
  • Websites/e mail funding opportunity newsletters/EOI’s/funding ‘brokers’
  • Learners pay full cost
keeping in touch
Keeping in touch
  • Third Sector National Learning Alliance
    • www.tsnla.org.uk
  • NIACE
    • www.niace.org.uk
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