Supply Chain Partners
Prospects works in partnership with a wide range of education, employment, training and health specialists, to enhance our offer to our customers in:
- Work Programme and similar welfare to work initiatives - working with unemployed people, enabling them to secure sustainable jobs
- National Careers Service - information, advice and guidance on learning and work to anyone over 19, with help to choose and enter careers
- National Careers Service offender services to people in prison and resettling in the community, to choose and secure positive destinations including work and training
- National Careers Service Inspiration brokering relationships between schools, colleges and employers creating links between industry and educational institution to inspire young people to think about their future careers
- European Social Fund (ESF) programmes bringing unemployed young people and adults nearer the labour market, improving skills and employability, helping them into sustainable and rewarding jobs and supporting them and their employers to progress in work
- Local authority and ESF programmes focused on supporting vulnerable 13 – 18 year olds to remain in learning and progress into apprenticeships, further education or employment
Job Support Wales
Shaw Trust is looking to partner with a range of high-quality providers who have a track-record of high-performance and who share our vision for a society in which everyone has the opportunity for employment, inclusion and independence. We are currently looking for 2 types of partners:
End to End partner: As an End to End provider you will be responsible for managing the participant journey, focusing on the individual by: identifying and addressing barriers to employment and providing a range of support that moves people into sustainable, quality employment
You will be responsible for supporting a participant group across a defined geographic area.
Specialist Partner: As a specialist provider you will deliver specialist, time bound interventions designed to address specific challenges faced by specific participant groups. This could include one-off interventions (e.g. a money advice session) or a longer programme of interventions (e.g. a 12 week programme specially designed to support ex-offenders find work). As a vocational training and skills provider you will deliver specialist support designed to improve the employability of participant. This includes but is not limited to: ESOL, Maths and English, vocational qualifications, licences (e.g. CSCS cards, forklift truck) and other qualifications.
Please find below the link to the Shaw trust Expression of interest:
Should you have any questions or queries then please contact firstname.lastname@example.org’