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)
1 of 2
1 April 2015
Barnardos Works
Moray
10
4
Barnardos Works
Ross House, 14 Ardross Street, Inverness IV3 5NS
Peter Mulvey
01463 715178
www.barnardos.org.uk
Saran Cleary
Alexander Fleming House, 8 Southfield Drive, Elgin, IV30 6GR
01343 545154
saran .cleary@barnardos.org.uk,
Training and group work sessions will be delivered in our own training rooms in Elgin allowing access to young people within a daily travel distance
Work placements will in the main be organised at various locations throughout the Moray area and whenever possible arranged to match the
aspirations and geographical location of each young person
4 weeks classroom based activity/learning - 5 days per week, 5.5 hours per day, normally 0900 - 14.30
9 weeks work/volunteering placement - 5 days per week, 7 hours per day eg 0900 - 1600 or 1000 - 1700
Extension to the 13 week programme can be arranged and based on evidenced need and discussion between the provide and SDS
Start dates will spread over the contract year with start numbers based on and reflecting the previous two contracts. At present we propose the
following starts but these can be open to discussion and relate to demand as we progress through each Start Period
Period 3, June15 - 4
Period 3 August 15 - 4
Period 10 Jan 16 - 4
Period 12 March 16 -2
We will continue to operate an "open discussion" approach with our referring agencies. we will work with SDS at local levels to ensure we
receiving referrals that are appropriate to our programmes and delivery
Referrals can be accepted for individuals or groups and can be discussed prior to referral.
Initial contact should be through Peter Mulvey, Business manager
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
2 of 2
1 April 2015
Engage - Our aim is to engage with young people and assist them in deciding if the programme is right for them and supports their own aims and
aspirations
Train - help young people understand the rules of the workplace and develop good routines that will assist them to make the most of their
placement opportunity
Qualify - Support young people to gain the Steps To Work award
Employ - Support young people to move into and sustain employment
As Stage 2 is specifically targeted at young people facing a lower level of core skills or external barriers to employment, we have tailored our
provision to offer a longer 4 week period of in-house training.
Undertake Steps To work - over the induction period we will work with the young person on their personal development and their knowledge and
understanding of the workplace. The work will include discussion and advice in relation the what employers look for when recruiting and training
new staff
They will undertake a voluntary placement, part time, gaining work place experience. They will continue with group sessions, work towards
completion of their portfolios and receive on-going support as 1:1 and sessions relating to reflective practice
This stage is important for building a positive support relationship between a Project Worker and a young person, and identifying peer support
networks, which will continue throughout Work Experience. Young people will be supported to get into a healthy routine that prepares them for
sustainable employment through considering factors such as timekeeping, attendance, budgeting and concentration.
Support to progress to EF Stage 3 provision, or progression to FE, employment or MA
Steps To Work
3
18+
3
18+
We will whenever possible be as flexible as we can in order to enable full access to our programmes to young people in our area and will consider
all referral on an individual basis to ensure we can meet their support needs. We will when appropriate make application for support to
accommodate any additional support need the young person may have.
helena.bryce@sds.co.uk
Helena Bryce
0300 130 3800
30 Mar 2015
Peter Mulvey
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