The Work Programme

Report
Seetec Work Programme
London Employment and Skills Policy Network Meeting
Wednesday 11th May 2011
CPA 4 East London
Content
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Seetec Overview
Delivery model walkthrough
Supply Chain
Access to provision
Local Aspects
Voluntary Sector Support
ESF & Future Supply Chains
Q&A
Seetec - Overview
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Work Programme Prime Contractor in 3 CPA’s
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Mandatory Work Activity in 2 CPA’s
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DWP ERSS Framework in 7 Regions
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26 years of W2W and Skills experience; £57m
turnover; 850 staff; 75 delivery centres; 6 UK
regions and Wales
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56 contracts;19 Prime contracts managing
supply chains of over 40 subcontractors, 250
delivery partners and 80 strategic stakeholders
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FND, New Deal BOND, New Deal Prime
Contractor, New Deal PSL, Pathways to Work,
NDDP, Work Choice, Jobcentre Plus Support
Contract, ESF
Seetec Overview (2)
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Prime / subcontractor experience
Established in London for over 15 years
Highly experienced management team
Experience of working with all customer groups in the
region - JSA via New Deal, ESF and JCPSC; ESA / IB
via NDDP, Pathways to Work, Work Choice and ESF;
employed customers via Train to Gain / Apprenticeships.
• Track record of on-time implementation
• Experience of PRaP and fully developed Security /
Business Continuity Plans - ISO 27001
Delivery Model Overview
Access to provision – Tier 1 Providers
Tier 2 – Providers - Interventions
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Ranstadt – Health and Disabilities
Gingerbread – Lone Parent Advice and Guidance
New Highway – Drug and Alcohol abuse support
Employer Engagement – 50+, Executive Support,
Graduates
Armstrong Learning – Mentoring
Citizens Advice Bureau – Debt advice
UFI Learn Direct – Literacy, Numeracy & ESoL
Nacro – Ex-Offenders
Integrating employment and skills – Tier 3
• In work training supplied on a contracted basis
by a variety of providers to provide skills training,
promoting capacity building, in work skills and
sustainability.
• In the following Vocational sectors
• Retail, Hospitality, Construction, Care, Customer
Service, Security, Logistics etc…….
Supply Chain (2)
Access to provision (2)
• Seetec 9 permanent delivery locations supplemented by
a network of supply chain partner centres
• Delivery locations based on understanding of the CPA,
travel to work areas etc.
• Delivery locations mapped to labour markets – generating
work related behaviours including travel
• Public transport accessible
• Some Tier 2 Interventions have local community based
delivery but in the main reasonable travel required.
Staffing and Management (3)
KEY LOCAL CONTACTS
Andy Emerson – Executive Director
[email protected]
Mob: 07977 002278
Mark Smith– Regional Operations Manager
[email protected]
Mob: 07870 244087
Jan Elvin – Regional Operations Manager
[email protected]
Mob: 07825 170899
Voluntary Sector within the supply chain
• Voluntary Sector has good representation in the supply
chain
• Twist – Is a lead organisation with over a dozen VSO’s
directly delivering across the CPA
• Hackney CVS delivered through multiple VSO’s
• Single Homeless Project
• Gingerbread
• The Camden Society
• Citizens Advice Bureau
• New Highway
• Nacro
Voluntary Sector Support
• Referrals to your provision / specialist
support packages.
• Possible co-location support opportunities
across the network ?
• Work Programme information for your
customers.
• Access to provision.
• Future contracting opportunities.
• Pre Work Programme MWA pan London.
ESF & Future Supply Chains
• Seetec have good experience of delivering ESF
• Experience in delivering generational family workless
provision through a wealth of other W2W programmes.
• We will intend to bid in certain areas including London
depending on what the specification finally looks like.
• Have you submitted a generic Expression of Interest ?
• ESF specific Expressions of Interest nearer the time
• Email [email protected] , visit our website at
www.seetec.co.uk or call Business Development on
01702 201070
Question and Answer
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