Employability Fund
EF provider fact sheet
An EF fact sheet must be completed by the EF Provider for all contracted EF provision in each Local
Employability Partnership Area in line with their contract allocation. A separate fact sheet must be
completed for each Stage offered by the EF Provider. The EF Provider must submit the completed
EF fact sheets to the named SDS Contract Manager for approval in advance of any start dates. Once
approved the EF Provider must circulate to all EF referral organisations in the LEP area.
Title of EF Provision
Local Employability Partnership (LEP) Area
EF Stage
(Tick appropriate stage. Please note that a separate fact sheet is required for each stage)
Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4
Number of EF places available (Insert number of contracted places for the selected stage)
Age 16-17 Age 18-24 Age 25+
EF provider name
Address and postcode
EF provider contact name tel no. email
Website (if applicable)
Local provider contact details (This should be the local contact for the day to day enquiries from EF referral organisations)
Contact name
Address
Tel no. email
Location of EF provision (If different from above. If multiple locations are used please detail e.g. 4 weeks in training centre and 2 weeks work placement)
Days and hours per week and anticipated duration of EF provision (Number of hours, days and mode of attendance indicating start and nish times, length of
the course and whether it is continuous or exible e.g. 6 weeks continuous or 8-12 weeks depending on progress)
Start dates (Including number of places for each start date or timescales if a rolling programme)
Referral arrangements and requirements (How EF provider wishes to be notied by referral organisation)
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Work Placements
Moray
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WorkingRite
1 Constitution Street
Dennis Murphy
0131 476 1050
www.workingrite.co.uk
Claire Smith
1 Constitution Street, Leith, Edinburgh EH6 7BT
07880382649
claire.smith@workingrite.co.uk
We match trainees to small, local businesses where they will learn a trade of their choice and learn to cope and behave in the adult world of work.
they will be in a work placement on a full time basis. They will attend the Certificate of Work Readiness/GOALS training as directed by the local
project coordinator. As well as gaining experience and potentially employment the trainees will achieve the SQA Certificate of Work Readiness.
Provision of work placement would normally include a number of different sectors dependent on the needs of the young person and availability in
the area.
13 -17 weeks continuous
Between 25-40 hours per week Mon-Sunday
The SQA Certificate of Work Readiness shall be introduced during the induction process, which will take place before the placement commences.
It will also be delivered within the placement and time set aside outwith the placement(approx 2 days). The induction will also include, programme
rules,responsibilities and expectations of the workplace. A section is also dedicated to ensuring that the young person has a general basic
understanding of health and safety requirements of the workplace.
Rolling starts
Completed and signed copies of the The Eligibility Confirmation to be emailed to: claire.smith@workingrite.co.uk.
At this stage they should be closer to the labour market than Stage 2. They should be ready to undertake tasks at SCQF level 4 in terms of work
related tasks. They should also be ready to work towards training and vocational experience to improve employability skills.
Leith, Edinburgh EH6 7BT
Employability Fund
EF provider fact sheet
Aim of provision (e.g. “To prepare attendees for employment by providing underpining knowledge of a particular sector and to provide the basic skills for that sector”)
Content of EF provision (e.g. pre recruitment training for a specic sector, job focussed training, employability provision, core skills, summary of support for personal
development and info on work experience element)
Qualications (Detail all qualications that are available as part of the EF provision. If EF provision contains units/modules at different SCQF levels, the overall level
should equate to the majority of provision (50%+)
Name/Code (if appropriate) of Unit/Module/SCQF rate qualication (where the qualication is not SCQF credit
rates please include a brief description)
SCQF level SCQF credit
points
Overall level Total credit points
Proposed outcomes and potential progression routes on successful completion
(Detail linkages to other local opportunities and progression towards FE, MA,
employment)
Additional information (Any extra information or notes regarding the EF provision e.g. application and administration requirements, minimum number of referrals
required)
SDS Contract Manager Name
Tel no. email
EF Provider Declaration
I ensure that the information in this EF fact sheet is accurate and supported by a SDS contract for the EF. I agree to make this fact sheet available
to all EF referral organisations in the relevant LEP area.
Name Date
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1 April 2015
To prepare trainees for the world of work in a sector of their choice, learning form their mentor. To enhance their learning capabilities and to offer
advice in relation to the work place; Health and Safety at Work, duties and responsibilities as an employee. To develop the core skills required in
the workplace.
Reviews will be carried out by the project coordinator on weeks 2,6,10 and an exit interview. These reviews will enable the project coordinator to
assist with a CV build, interview preparation and see what transferable skills trainees have gained whilst on placement. Work on core skills will also
be done which will include, confidence, motivation, problem solving and working with others. This will all tie in with working towards SCQF 4
Certificate of Work Readiness. Where applicable further training needs will be identified.
To successfully sustain the work placement and gain a positive outcome, with a MA, job outcome or college placement. If progressing through the
strategic pipeline trainees will be referred through ourselves (if available) or to another TP for Stage 4.
CWR - Dealing with Work Situations
4
1.5
CWR - Responsibilities of Employment
4
1.5
CWR - Customer Care
4
6
CWR- Self and Work
4
6
CWR - Practical work place skills
4
19
4
34
WorkingRite sources potential employers who are empathetic with the needs of young people and therefore means there is no competition with
other candidates. Candidates should display a good work ethic and the willingness to learn.
Young people will receive an extra £35 per week from the employer in addition to their trainee allowance.
helena.bryce@sds.co.uk
Helena Bryce
0300 013 3800
31/03/15
Claire Smith
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