The Work Programme

Seetec Work Programme
London Employment and Skills Policy Network Meeting
Wednesday 11th May 2011
CPA 4 East London
Seetec Overview
Delivery model walkthrough
Supply Chain
Access to provision
Local Aspects
Voluntary Sector Support
ESF & Future Supply Chains
Seetec - Overview
Work Programme Prime Contractor in 3 CPA’s
Mandatory Work Activity in 2 CPA’s
DWP ERSS Framework in 7 Regions
26 years of W2W and Skills experience; £57m
turnover; 850 staff; 75 delivery centres; 6 UK
regions and Wales
56 contracts;19 Prime contracts managing
supply chains of over 40 subcontractors, 250
delivery partners and 80 strategic stakeholders
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)
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
Ranstadt – Health and Disabilities
Gingerbread – Lone Parent Advice and Guidance
New Highway – Drug and Alcohol abuse support
Employer Engagement – 50+, Executive Support,
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
• 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)
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
• 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
• 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 or call Business Development on
01702 201070
Question and Answer

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