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WORK PROGRAMME © The Centre for Economic and Social Inclusion
Module 1 Overview What is the Work Programme? © The Centre for Economic and Social Inclusion Context for the Work Programme Key Features of the Work Programme Delivery Areas and Prime Contractors
Political Context for WP © The Centre for Economic and Social Inclusion Political Context for the Work Programme Tailored Support Improved Performance Single W2W Offer More Cost Effective
Evolution to the WP © The Centre for Economic and Social Inclusion Evolution to the Work Programme New Deal for Young People New Deal for Adults 25+ Employment Zones New Deal for Lone Parents New Deal 50+ New Deal for Disabled People Flexible New Deal Pathways to Work Work Programme Progress2Work
The WP Framework © The Centre for Economic and Social Inclusion The Work Programme Framework Commissioning vehicle Pre-requisite for bidding
DWP Welfare to Work Offer © The Centre for Economic and Social Inclusion DWP Welfare to Work Offer DWP have reformed the benefits System by introducing Universal Credit, to be phased in from 2013 Additional support options under ‘Get Britain Working’ Continuing core and mandatory services to all claimants Also available Mandatory work activity Work Programme providers Parallel programmes & services Referral to:
Jobcentre Plus Offer Universal Credit Access to Work Work Choice Parallel Programmes & Initiatives © The Centre for Economic and Social Inclusion Work Programme Parallel Programmes and Initiatives Click here for more info
Jobcentre Plus Offer © The Centre for Economic and Social Inclusion Jobcentre Plus Offer Continuing core & mandatory service provision to claimants Referral to Mandatory Work Activity Referral to Work Programme and Work Choice Get Britain Working support measures For more information on Get Britain Working
Module 1 Commencement Context of the Work Programme Delivery Areas and Prime Contractors Key Features of the Work Programme © The Centre for Economic and Social Inclusion What is the Work Programme? Module 1 We’re here
Key Features of WP © The Centre for Economic and Social Inclusion Key Features of the Work Programme Design Features Focus on Sustained Employment Payment by Results Differential Pricing Structure ‘Black Box’ Approach 3. 4.
Focus on Sustained Employment © The Centre for Economic and Social Inclusion Design Feature 1: Focus on Sustained Employment 26 weeks 13 weeks 2 years
Payment by Results © The Centre for Economic and Social Inclusion Design Feature 2: Payment by Results No funding for programme implementation All other payments begin only when outcomes are sustained for 13 or 26 weeks, then regular payments for up to 2 years Upfront funding for customers is minimal and is phased out over time
Differential Pricing Structure © The Centre for Economic and Social Inclusion Design Feature 3: Differential Pricing Structure Different funding levels for separate groups of claimants
Black Box Approach © Centre for Economic and Social Inclusion Design Feature 4: ‘Black Box’ Approach Flexibility Innovation Intended to promote: Cost-effectiveness Reduction in DWP monitoring activities
Timetable of Milestones © Centre for Economic and Social Inclusion Timetable of Work Programme Milestones Competition to be on the Framework Competition for Work Programme contracts Set-up Phase Work programme Services delivered Continued support to existing customers Summer 2010 Nov 2010 Apr 2011 Summer Framework providers announced Preferred bidders announced JCP begins referring customers Customer referrals stop
Prime Contractors © The Centre for Economic and Social Inclusion Prime Contractors 40 Contracts awarded 18 Prime providers 18 Contract Package Areas (CPAs) 2-3 Primes in each CPA 88% contracts awarded to private sector providers 90% contracts awarded to providers who had previously delivered forerunner programmes Market Share per contractor
Supply Chains © The Centre for Economic and Social Inclusion Supply Chain Composition
Customer Volumes © Centre for Economic and Social Inclusion Expected Customer Volumes Chart: Expected Total Work Programme Customer Volumes per Year
Customer Volume/CPA Work Programme DWP Estimated Volumes: Year 1 (2011/12) Contract Package Areas Customer Volumes (per CPA) © Centre for Economic and Social Inclusion
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