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1 Employability and the role of Social Enterprise Progress and Future Opportunities Alastair Cameron, Claverhouse Group

2 The Contribution of the Third Sector to Employability in Scotland Final ReportJune 2014 Andrea Glass, Alison Quashie and Alan McGregor

3 Employability Expenditure – Third Sector 2013/14 £8mBig Lottery £10.25Employability Fund £7.5mCommunity Jobs Scotland £14mEuropean Structural Funds £8.7mWork Choice £9mLocal Employability Partnerships Minimum Estimate - £58m

4 Employability Fund - SDS Total spend £29,450,000 Social Enterprise/Third Sector delivery £10,250,000 35% of overall contract value

5 Dundee Employability Partnership Registration, Assessment, Case Management Jobless Adults 26+ Registration, Assessment, Case Management Jobless Lone Parents and Jobless Families Registration, Assessment, Case Management Jobless MCMC Young People (to age 25) Registration, Assessment, Case Management Jobless People with Health Issues Job Brokerage and In-work Aftercare Work Focused Training – The Interview Process Work Focused Training – The Application Process Work Focused Training – Job Search Skills Financial Capability & Debt Support

6 Dundee Employability Partnership Engagement & Minimising Drop Out 30% Expertise & Knowledge20% Past Performance15% Implementation & Approach15% Management10% Horizontal Themes10%

7 Strengths Additionality Social Values Partnership Flexible & responsive Enterprising Reach

8 Opportunities Structural Funds Constitutional Reform Localism Smith Commission https://www.smith-commission.scot/


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