Newsletter & Bids 01 2017

 In bids

Dear Members

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Well, hope you all had a good Christmas break and lots of fun and presents plus some down time; next comes the New Year and 2017 is nearly upon us!

We will be updating our website and also this year we have the start of our New marketing side on the website for organisations, plus we will have our own register for employers for the levy showing Employers what is available.

 

New look Inform from the SFA tell us: We will change the look of Inform from January 2017 to meet government digital service standards. We will continue to summarise the data and funding news from the SFA, bring you relevant news from other agencies and organisations, remind you of current activity and give you advance notice of consultations and procurements. If you have any new members of staff or existing staff that you think might find Inform useful, please ask them to email us at informnewsletter@sfa.bis.gov.uk

 

This week we go out to some 3,839 members and we thank each and every one of you for your support and input over the past year.  Also many thanks to Lisa for this week’s Bids Grants and Funds news with 33 pages

 

We have had the ROTO results and the Capacity and Capability results are in so well done to the clients who achieved this.  Indeed in 2016 we have undertaken ROTO for clients have done some 68 with only one failure.

 

Do you know about the Apprentice’s delivery, Sales, Managing Cyber Security Risk, ICT and Corporate Security then please send your CV to steve@eevt.org 

We are also looking for Street works EQA and IQA for work in 2017 National Work available CV to Steve@eevt.org  We say well done also to four New Candidates with confirmed New Posts to start in the NEW YEAR.

 

New Code of conduct brought in with updates, this guidance explains how public authorities can ensure that their public-facing staff speaks English (or Welsh). https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/english-language-requirement-for-public-sector-workers-code-of-practice

 

Remember to get staff trained on the Prevent FREE at http://www.preventforfeandtraining.org.uk/

 

The SFA have noted that all contract holders understand their duties and that of the SFA

The Secretary of State for Education acting through the Skills Funding Agency (SFA), an executive agency of the Department for Education is, for the purposes of the Data Protection Act 1998, registered as a data controller for personal data processed by the SFA and other third parties contracted to process data for the SFA.

The Department for Education’s Data Protection registration can be viewed on the Information Commissioner’s website. Changes to this Privacy Notice:  The SFA may amend this Privacy Notice from time to time. If we make any substantial changes in the way we use your personal information we will make that information available by amending this notice. Children and privacy.

The SFA does not knowingly solicit personal information from children under the age of 13 or send them requests for personal information. Sharing data The SFA generally collects data on behalf of the Secretary of State for the purposes of fulfilling the Secretary of State’s statutory functions. Where the SFA shares data with a third party who undertakes work for the SFA, the SFA requires that the sharing is undertaken under contract and is subject to a data sharing agreement, specifying the secure management of the data. Data might also be shared with other bodies, as informed to learners, for the purposes of those organisations fulfilling their own statutory purposes. Such sharing is undertaken using a standard data sharing agreement for specified legitimate and restricted purposes.

 

Security The security of the SFA’s systems which process and store data are regularly reviewed in accordance with Government requirements, and assessments and checks promoted by the Information Commissioner’s Office. Data is securely deleted when it is no longer required for the purposes collected. Questions or concerns about personal data If you have any questions or concerns about our collection, use, or disclosure of your personal information, please write to the SFA’s Information Rights Manager, Cheylesmore House, Quinton Road, Coventry, CV1 2WT.

Learner data is collected by the SFA in accordance with the terms and conditions of funding imposed on providers of learning, for example, Further Education colleges and private training organisations. The data collected from learners is processed by the SFA, as explained in the Privacy Notice issued by providers to each learner. The data is primarily used by the SFA to perform statutory functions on behalf of the Secretary of State as set out in the Apprenticeships, Skills, Children and Learning Act 2009. Where personal data is required for the Department for Education (including its Executive Agency, the Education Funding Agency) or any of its successor bodies, to perform its statutory functions, this data is collected and processed on behalf of the Department for Education, or its successor bodies. Information provided by learners may be shared with other organisations for purposes of administration, the provision of career and other guidance and statistical and research purposes, relating to education, training, employment and well-being.

 

APM would like you to know if you have something to offer to jobseekers with disabilities or poor health, then APM would like to hear from you and to discuss working together on the upcoming Work & Health Programme.

Still owned and run by the Occupational Therapist who founded the business in 1994, APM is the largest provider of Australia’s Disability Employment Programme and is proud to be the highest rated major provider, with 22 of its contracts rated 5 stars. After a year of major investment in the newly acquired UK business this has now become the highest performing provider of the Work Programme as well.

APM is bidding to run the Work & Health Programme across London. However, we believe that delivering a great service for Work & Health will mean integrating the great work already being done by local providers rather than replacing it.

Please contact steve@eevt.org

 

Wishing you all the very best for 2017 and keep training from me Steve and all the Team at EEVT, see you also on:

https://www.linkedin.com/groups/7492941  in Groups EEVT Limited

https://www.facebook.com/EEVTLtd/?fref=ts  On Facebook

 On our website at https://eevt.org/

 Also via Twitter at https://twitter.com/EevtSteve

 

 

 

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