Presentation on theme: "1 London ESF Group and Function Matrix Function Group Approv e Plan Develop Specs. Approve Specs. Assessment / Award Account Manage ment Programme Management."— Presentation transcript:
1 London ESF Group and Function Matrix Function Group Approv e Plan Develop Specs. Approve Specs. Assessment / Award Account Manage ment Programme Management Approve Project Change Approve Program me Change Membersh ip London PMCApprove all Plans GLA, and includes all CFOs, YPLA, RPG, LSEB CFO Group Comment EPMU, all CFOs, YPLA, RPG, GLA, CSPs Co- commissioning Sub-group Adult co- ordination Adult award / Joint scoring? EPMU, Agency, DWP, LDA Skills Funding Agency CFO Board Approve Agency Plan Final approval Manage strategy and operation Youth and Adult approvals Adult approvals Agency, YPLA, RPG Agency Adult Working Group Adult development Adult scoring / award Adult co- ordination Manage Adult performance Adult recommen dations Agency RPGYouth London LAs, LDA, YPLA, Agency RPG Steering Group (14-19) Youth development Approve Youth Youth scoring / award Manage Youth performance Youth recommen dations Youth approvals RPG, Agency, YPLA, LDA, local Authorities Item 2. appendix 1
2 London ESF Group Membership – all London CFOs AgencyYPLARPGLondon LA EPMULSEBGLADWPLondon Council NOMSLDA National PMC Programme London PMC Systems Programme Board CFO Group Co- Commissioning group Agency CFO Board Observer Steering group (14-19) Agency Adult working group
3 London ESF Map Post-LSC (National Shared Service and London integrated commissioning models) National ESF Programme Management committee Regional ESF Programme Management Committee LSEBGLA Systems Programme Board Co- commissioning Sub-group – Adult YPLA RPG 14-19 ESF Steering Group Skills Funding Agency CFO Board LDA DWP European Programme Management Unit CFO Group London CFOs (LDA, Skills Funding Agency, London Councils, DWP, NOMS)+ YPLA, RPG & CSP Skills Funding Agency Adult Working Group
4 GroupChair & MembersRemit & ResponsibilityComments Regional Planning Group Cllr Steve Reed - Chair Mary Vine-Morris – RPG Director Local Authorities YPLA Skills Funding Agency London Development Agency Employers, Providers, LSEB The London Regional Planning Group (RPG) operates on behalf of the 33 London boroughs in accordance with the London proposals for 14-19 education and training agreed with the Department for Children, Schools and Families (now Department for Education). It is subject to London Council Governance. Responsible for approving strategy, specifications and programme implementation – for recommendation to Skills Funding Agency CFO Board and LDA Board Ensures all London ESF 14-19 aligns with LA priorities and addresses gaps in need. Mary Vine-Morris represents the RPG on the Skills Funding Agency CFO Board. Group will manage conflict of interest process and maintain a record. Any members bidding for funding will declare a conflict of interest and will not take part in decision making. ESF Steering Group (sub group of the RPG) Wendy Forest (Tower Hamlets) – Chair Local Authorities London Development Agency Skills Funding Agency YPLA GLA RPG Ensure the development and implementation of the London ESF Priority 1.2 Youth (14-19) Programme 2011-13 is aligned with the Local Authority commissioning responsibilities for 16-19. Responsible for agreeing Youth specifications and programme implementation – for recommendation to RPG Conflict of interest will apply where detail of specifications is shared. Any members bidding for funding will declare a conflict of interest and will not take part in decision making regarding recommendations. ESF Task & Finish Group – reports into the ESF Steering group Jo Baty (Redbridge) RPG Local Authorities(14-19 teams) Skills Funding Agency YPLA London Development Agency Contribute to the specifications for the Priority 1.2 ESF activity for young people not in employment, education or training. Required to ensure recognition of the statutory duties of local authorities with respect to the strategic commissioning of 16-19 Responsible for providing high level direction including priorities, area needs and geography recommended to steering group and for consideration by the YPLA. Conflict of interest will apply where detail of specifications is shared. Group can provide specialist knowledge of gaps and alignment with Local Authority 16-19 commissioning. Skills Funding Agency ESF Co- financing board Chris Wright (Skills Funding Agency) Chair RPG YPLA Skills Funding Agency Other CFOs as required (observers) EPMU (observers) Agreement of CFP (Youth and Adult). Agreement on strategic and operational priorities (plan level) and the resulting specifications. Agreement on arrangements for monitoring and evaluation of plan – including performance and impact Includes representatives of Skills/P.S./NAS & NPT Group will manage conflict of interest process and maintain a record. None of the members or their organisations will submit an ITT in there own right.