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The Learning Partnership Andrew Green


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The Learning Partnership Andrew Green

  1. 1. The Challenges of Integrating Services and Partnership Working Andrew Green & Louisa Jenkins The Learning Partnership for Cornwall & IoS Ltd
  2. 2. Agenda• Partnership• Learning Partnership for Cornwall & IoS Ltd• Freestyle• Session 1 and Feedback• Session 2 and Feedback• Examples• Q&A
  3. 3. Drug & Alcohol ESF - NEETs Team Youth Offending WBL Providers Team Colleges Third Sector Careers SWTeenage Pregnancy and Sexual Health Schools
  4. 4. PartnershipThe suppression of mutual loathing in pursuit of funding
  5. 5. SW Food & Drink NetworkCornwall Chamber of Commerce & Industry League of Carers Camelford School Penwith College Pre School Learning Alliance CITB nextstep MCTi Ultra Training Digital Peninsula Network Bodmin CollegeSt Austell Brewery Business Link Workforce DevelopmentChildminders Association Cornwall College Cornwall Project Partners DMT TUC KADN Network TrainingCornwall County Council Cornwall Engineering Group Truro College CPR Regeneration Focus Training Adult Education Service Cornwall Marine Network Environment KernowCHRAG SW Tourism Launceston college Tourism Skills Network SW Newquay for Excellence Arts Centre Trust Cornwall Sustainable Building Trust
  6. 6. Achievements• Breaking down pre conceptions between sectors ie VCS, Training Providers, Schools and Businesses• Getting qualifications and skills to those that wouldn’t otherwise achieve them• Spin offs• VCOs sitting as equal partners round the table• Involving organisations that could not otherwise be involved• Large complex partnerships can be made to work• Avoid duplication and unnecessary competition• Virement of outputs & funds
  7. 7. Still to do!• Develop more inter Partner working
  8. 8. FREESTYLE £6,600,000 2,500 young people Minimum of 50% NEET 500 each doing non-accredited, other accredited, Level 1 and Level 2 qualifications Capacity building1,500 progressing into further learning, volunteering and employment
  9. 9. FreestyleTo provide a wrap-around service for young peopleaged 14-19 who are at NEET or at risk of becoming NEET and progress them into further learning, volunteering or employment through. Targeted Youth Support Pathways to Apprenticeships Enterprise and Entrepreneurship
  10. 10. PartnersAccess DMT Redruth YPCBarnardos DPN RezolveBB Horse Eden RIOBF Adventure Events4all Sea CommsBTCV Integer South ShoreChestnuts K3 YPC SR TrainingCornwall College LIFT PZ T&P CollegeCMN M-MAD Vol CornwallCN4C Newq YPC White GoldCornwall Learning Pentreath WoodlandCSSE Prince’s Trust YMCA MullCTC Reachout YMCA PZ YOS
  11. 11. ReferralCAESCaradon SSSCareers SWCarefreeCB FoyerHelston CollNC SSSNine Maid SSSPetrocRR FoyerThe ArkThe StreetTR Foyer
  12. 12. Training Island Trust Elemental FSOS Carefree Pentewen Safe Hands 56 OrganisationsAre we using them to best effect?
  13. 13. Session 1How Do Others See My Sector?
  14. 14. Session 2What Resources/Added Value/Skills/Knowledge Can FE/VCS Bring to my Delivery?
  15. 15. M-MAD, PCAD & dB MusicMusic & Gaming Cost of development work
  16. 16. Foyer Tim – 18 & NEET Did have CAF The Ark Dyslexia Young Son CSSE Confidence & Future Hopes - 1 Satellite Programme Eden BF Adventure Stu Williams‘A Great Day Out’ Redruth Radio
  17. 17. Pentreath Ltd SallyEnjoyed School – work experience at solicitorsCollege Studying – CILEX – Legal Secretary “Disheartened and despondent” “Feel like dropping out” “Bad at parking”Pentreath Confidence building training Work experienceMaternity cover at SolicitorsOngoing support when in employment
  18. 18. NEETs in Cornwall 16-19 December 2011Network Area No. of NEETs % NEETBodmin 77 9.1%Falmouth/Penryn 50 6.1%Camborne & Redruth 130 5.6%Newquay 69 6.5%Launceston 38 4.9%St Austell 51 4.7%Hayle & St Ives 33 3.3%CORNWALL 1,000 4.8%
  19. 19. An Attempt to Implement a Joined Up Approach The Pilot!•Selected Bodmin and Falmouth/Penryn•Referrals from Careers SW.•Case Worker to work with CSW PA to identify and purchasea range of provision to suit individuals need.•Importance of good IAG•Linkages to other programmes including Cornwall Workswith Families and Council Localities teams.
  20. 20. Bodmin Falmouth/ PenrynNEETs 77 50Referrals 12 18Starts 8 9Progressions 1 7 Challenges?
  21. 21. Some Thoughts• Organisations doing what they are good at.• Good IAG essential• Support for the young person needs to continue whilst in employment.• Need to recognised the contribution of organisations and individuals and pay where appropriate.• Need to find ways of sharing data.
  22. 22. Andrew Louisa