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New EU Programme Arrangements Workers Educational Association Future Directions 20 November 2013.

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1 New EU Programme Arrangements Workers Educational Association Future Directions 20 November 2013

2 LCR approach Stakeholder events (Apr & Sep) wider buy-in Bottom up approach: Initial Thematic responses led by Thematic leads Distilled into 5 Liverpool City Region Portfolios 5 Portfolio drafting workshops (July) 5 Portfolio consultation workshops (August) Leadership / challenge by EU Sub group and Advisory Group Links to NW structures Align to wider EU opportunities such as Territorial Programmes & Horizon 2020 Portfolio Delivery Workshops (December) 2

3 Portfolios and Draft Indicative Budgets Blue / Green Economy - £15m Business Economy - £22.8m Innovation Economy - £15.25m Place and Connectivity - £17.25m Inclusive Economy - £77.7m Local Impact Fund - £2m

4 Inclusive Economy – Draft Profile £18m £15m £6.5m £6.5m £9m £11m £11.25m

5 Inclusive Economy Priorities Tackling Youth Unemployment Helping Adults Back to Work (over 24) Social growth and connectivity Skills Development 5

6 PrioritiesStrands Indicative Activities Tackling Youth Unemployment (NEETS 16-24), to also act as the investment framework for the Youth Employment Initiative funding Basic, employability and generic work related skills including removing barriers to work Transition to work, including work support, work experience, careers guidance, transport etc. Wage subsidies and Apprenticeships Information, Advice and Guidance linked to real evidence of local jobs Personalised support for young people Pre-employability programmes Targeted support for young people with particular barriers to address exclusion Aligned investment with existing activities e.g. business start up, social enterprise development, health Apprenticeship support through Skills for Growth Bank

7 PrioritiesStrandsIndicative Activities Helping adults back to Work (over 24) Basic, employability and generic work related skills including removing barriers to work Transition to work, including work support, work experience, careers guidance, transport etc. Wage subsidies and Apprenticeships Information, Advice and Guidance linked to real evidence of local jobs Personalised support for adults Wage subsidy programmes through Skills for Growth Bank Aligned investment with existing activities e.g. business start up, social enterprise development, health Targeted support to individuals and communities

8 PrioritiesStrandsIndicative Activities Social growth and connectivity Micro credit Development of local social capital (LCR wide and/or 3-4 smaller geographic areas, testing for scalability) linked to Local Impact Fund Using the natural environment to improve health and employability TravelWise and travel buddy schemes Small grants programme for community development Innovative approaches to meet community needs with wider benefits e.g. parental mentors ESF funded actions to support Local Impact Fund

9 PrioritiesStrandsIndicative Activities Skills Development Support employees and residents to achieve skills and qualifications linked to growth sectors and sectors with significant vacancy volumes, as identified by the Employment and Skills Board’s annual skills priorities. Skills for Growth Bank Activities aligned to delivery of skills requirements identified through the other portfolios

10 Thanks Paul Dickson European Programmes Manager


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