Improve the labour market relevance of education and training systems,
Facilitate the transition from education to work,
Strengthen vocational education and training systems and their quality
mechanisms for skills anticipation
adaptation of curricula
establishment and development of work based learning systems
including dual learning systems
Community Led Local Development – delivery (ESF)
Who Dares Works
Food for Change
Working Together – Atlantic and Moor
Family Learning – Routes to improved health and well-being
Living Well To Work
Widening Participation Through Skills
Skills Support for the Workforce in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly – Business Sector Led & Individual Led
Community Led Local Development – preparatory stage
£7.8m European funding call – Future Peninsula Round 2
Call title: Future Peninsula Round 2
Full application deadline: 18 December 2017
This call is looking for applications:
- to develop collaborative and innovative solutions that will address the underlying key challenges of high household costs, low earnings, household income, employability, poverty and debt. These are underlying societal issues that have affected Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly for a long period of time but each impacts on the ability of individuals to progress and therefore the economy to grow.
- to undertake ‘active research’ to develop activities to tackle these challenges. Projects will need to outline processes for identifying social innovation opportunities and how these are best developed. The use of ‘experts by experience’ will be key in the solution definition.
Location: projects to cover the Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Local Enterprise Partnership area.
Value: Approximate call value £7,800,000. Minimum project size £150,000 of European Social Funding to any single project.
Match: Minimum 20% match funding is required
Completion date: The project must be completed no later than 18 June 2021
Deliverables/outputs/results: see the call specification for the detail and minimum levels required.
Application and Cross Cutting Theme Support
Applicants may wish to take advantage of free information and support services from the Programme Facilitation Team funded through ESF Technical Assistance. The support is available to assist the design and development of compliant applications including specialist cross cutting theme support. The team can be contacted on email@example.com or call 01872 323248.
Further information about the European Social Fund can be found at www.cornwallislesofscillygrowthprogramme.org.uk/fund/esf
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