Presentation on theme: "Andrew Green The Learning Partnership for Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly Ltd."— Presentation transcript:
Andrew Green The Learning Partnership for Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly Ltd
Objective One Projects’ Summary 16 LSC Co-financed Projects£8.5M Community Skills 14-19 Workforce Development c.16 Other LSC, RDA, JCP, CCC£0.75M
Cornwall College Cornwall Engineering Group Environment Kernow Pre School Learning Alliance Business Link Cornwall Marine Network Tourism Skills Network SW nextstep Bodmin College Cornwall County Council Cornwall Chamber of Commerce & Industry Ultra Training Arts Centre Trust DMT Network Training Penwith College Digital Peninsula Network TUC Focus Training Cornwall Sustainable Building Trust Truro College CPR Regeneration SW Food & Drink Network St Austell Brewery Newquay for Excellence CHRAG League of Carers CITB SW Tourism Adult Education Service Launceston college MCTi Camelford School Cornwall Childminders Association KADN Workforce Development Project Partners
ReferenceTitleFundingBens SW/YC/S02Apprenticeships, Curriculum Development and Enterprise /Entrepreneurial Culture £2,765,0001,995 SW/YC/S05Voluntary/Community (Third Sector)£700,000200 SW/AC/S01Work Related Programmes£2,164,9521,494 SW/EC/S01Key Sectors£8,434,5005,805 SW/EC/S02Voluntary Community & Social Partner Development £2,280,0001,563 SW/EC/S05Skills for Life/Key Skills Programmed £4,395,0005,265 £20,738,85216,325 Learning Partnership for Cornwall & IoS
The Learning Partnership for Cornwall and the IoS The Learning Partnership for Cornwall and the IoS Ltd 14-19PCDL Obj Task ForceWfD SfL Executive GroupDirectors LSC Co-finance LSC LID RDA JCP etc
Jane Cowans Lisa Wallis Lousia Jenkins Lynne CrawfordJenny Clarke Priscilla SamuelJasmina Goodair Sue Baker Julie James Office 14-19 Community SkillsTourism/WfD
Partnership The suppression of mutual loathing in pursuit of funding
OFSTED – THE GOOD The partnership is well led and individual partners and providers are empowered and encouraged to manage their own projects in the most effective way to suit local needs. Key provider staff clearly understand their roles and responsibilities within the partnership. Partnership working is outstanding. This is particularly good between sectors including the voluntary services sector and colleges. Partners value the opportunities to share best practice and discuss issues and concerns.
OFSTED – THE BAD There is a lack of focus on quality improvement and quality assurance arrangements are incomplete
Accountable Body Co-ordination Partner Agreement Service Level Agreement Project Manual Steering Group Admin Group Workshops Project Information
Partner Agreement Parties to this Agreement recognise that the spirit that created the partnership for the delivery of this project was much broader than solely to deliver contracted outputs, outcomes and milestones.
Partner Agreement That this is a partnership in which the Partners agree to support each other in the delivery of all aspects of the project. All Partners agree to work in the best interest of the Beneficiary. All Partners agree to share best practice within the partnership. Partners will work together and with their Partners with mutual respect. Partners recognise their responsibilities to each other – a failure or significant error by one Partner reflects upon and may affect other Partner and the partnership as a whole.
Monitoring and Quality How to ensure accuracy of data? Are your partners properly constituted? How to ensure quality provision?
Advantages Bring together different sectors Avoid duplication and competition Virement of outputs & funds
Dos Keep talking and informing Keep emphasising its the partners project Treat every partner equally Remember the long term legacy Be firm! The End