Part time (0.5) Data Clerk
(Building Better Opportunities Project)
Salary: £16,368 pro rata & 8% pension scheme
Formed in 2001 The Learning Partnership for Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly Ltd (LPCo) supports the delivery of services to young people, employed and unemployed adults and businesses through partnership working. We have successfully delivered services to the value of £60M supporting nearly 40,000 individuals helping them to improve life chances.
If you are detail orientated, can handle volumes of data, have accurate copy typing and a methodical and organised approach to work and would enjoy working in a busy, friendly environment we would like to hear from you.
For details on how to apply contact:
Helen Wilson-Prowse, Corporate Services Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01209 216136
The Learning Partnership for Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly
Supporting young people, unemployed adults, the workforce and employers in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly and delivering in partnership with:
- Business Sectors
- Voluntary and Community sector
- Private training providers
European Social Fund Provision 2014 to 2020. Building Better Opportunities.
The Building Better Opportunities Working Together project is jointly funded by the Big Lottery Fund and European Social Fund (ESF).
The project aims to support 750 economically inactive and unemployed adults from the Atlantic and Moor area of Cornwall into education, training, job search or employment. It will work in partnership with 8 end to end delivery partners and 45 specialist spot purchase partners that have been selected to offer specialist services to address the multiple and complex participant needs.
Cor/2/3 - Pathways to Employment - Atlantic and Moor
Adult Education Budget consists of: 19+ Apprenticeships; Classroom Based provision; Work Based provision and Advanced Learning Loans. Apprenticeships range from Business Administration and Law through to Engineering and Manufacturing Technologies. Our work with unemployed learners is effective in moving individuals into employment.
Information, Advice and Guidance
Your Way services are delivered in partnership with Young People Cornwall, Xenzone-KOOTH, Penwith Community Development Trust and Volunteer Cornwall and most importantly young people who were involved in the design of the services and continue to play a key role in the shape of the services through delivery, peer review and research.
The Learning Partnership for Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly holds a contract with Cornwall Council to deliver the Community Facilitators part of the Big Lottery Headstart Kernow Project. Our aim is to enable young people and local communities to support 10 - 16 year olds showing early signs of emotional problems and prevent development into more serious mental ill health by building sustainable links between young people, families, local community organisations, schools and public services.
This project is delivered in partnership with Young People Cornwall, Penwith Community Development Trust, Pentreath and Xenzone-KOOTH.
European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme 2014 to 2020: Sustainable Integration of Young People into the Labour Market.
The Ambitions project will support inactive and unemployed 15 to 24-year olds in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly to explore their skills and career aspirations through a number of activities enabling them to progress into education, employment or training.
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EU Growth Programme 2014 – 2020
The Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Growth Programme is the European economic regeneration programme for the region. Running from 2014-2020 it will contribute to the EU ambition to deliver smart, sustainable and inclusive growth. The CIoS Growth programme is made up of two main funding streams, one of which is European Social Fund (ESF), which is about supporting people and is the fund into which the Learning Partnership has and will continue to bid. It is worth £166m, which is 25% of the whole programme for CIoS. There will be a mixture of co-funded and open calls.
The co-funding organisations, this time called ‘Opt Ins’, are The Big Lottery, DWP and the SFA. The first calls have now gone out and the call timetable is shown here, although it should be noted that this is a working document which is constantly being revised, so is indicative only.
For more information visit the CIoS Growth Programme website www.erdfconvergence.org.uk/growthprogramme/esf