Skills Support Contracts

We manage and deliver a broad range of programmes in partnership with commissioners and multi-tiered supply chains. We build, develop and refine partnerships to enable more effective achievement of outcomes and to share learning to improve services. We believe that partnership work is essential to achieving positive outcomes and fully meeting the needs of those our programmes support, as well as providing essential evidence to commissioners on what works to inform future commissioning.

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Cornwall Skills for Young People

15 to 24 year olds who are not in education, training or employment or are at risk of falling out of education, training of employment.

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Families and Community Essential

Learners 16+ years old who are employed or recently redundant and require higher level skills.

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ICAN

25+year olds who are employed or recently redundant and require higher level skills training.

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Devon County Skills for Young People

15- 18 year olds who are not in education, training or employment or are at risk of falling out of education, training or employment within Devon.

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Somerset County Skills for Young People

15- 18 year olds who are not in education, training or employment or are at risk of falling out of education, training or employment within Somerset.

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Dorset CEIAG

Offering support for learners over the age of 25 who are unemployed or economically inactive.

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Swindon & Wiltshire CEIAG

16- 24 year olds who are not in education, training or employment or are at risk of falling out of education, training of employment within Swindon & Wiltshire.

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Solent Skills for Unemployed

Unemployed learners who are over the age of 18 and have the right to work in the UK.

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Solent Employees Skills Support

Bespoke training for employees over the age of 18 who work within SMEs’ (Businesses with fewer than 250 employees).

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Working in partnership and opportunities

We currently work with a wide variety of subcontractors and providers across the whole business and base our practices on Merlin principles. Working with a range of partners enables us to enhance our offering to customers and commissioners alike and these partners are a mix of SME’s, social enterprises, larger corporate organisations and local authorities. Within our supply chain we champion the sharing of best practice and knowledge with open lines of communication to maximise funding streams and opportunities.

As a group we have ambitions to build on current projects in new areas across the county, with many of our services scalable and mobile, as well as move into new areas of activity complimentary to our areas of expertise.

A not-for-profit, CSW is driven by impact and success, not shareholders, so are able to reinvest in products and services to further improve that impact. We offer our supply chain partners a transparent and open way of working, allowing for developing best practice and a team approach to delivery. The breadth of our working makes us an attractive partner for smaller or voluntary organisations who may lack the resources or scope to bid in to larger contracts. Equally we make a good partner for larger organisations looking to broaden their scope and access new areas with our broad variety of work, specialised knowledge and strong relationships with commissioners.

CSW Group regularly looks to the market for new partners, both on existing contracts and future bidding opportunities. We welcome interest from business of all size and sector to build on our dynamic, enthusiastic network and further enhance our offering.

To express and interest in working with us, please complete our Survey Monkey Form