LAA Increasing Skills in Walsall Project
The Skills Funding Agency, as lead agency, has given Walsall Lifelong Learning Alliance (WLLA) responsibility for co-ordinating the ‘Increasing Skills Levels’ Target Driven Action Plan within the Economic Development and Enterprise (EDE) Pillar of the Walsall Local Area Agreement (LAA).
WLLA has responsibility for the procurement process for issuing sub-contracts to other providers to deliver. WLLA will also act as the first point of contact for referrals from individuals, employers and other providers and co-ordinate the marketing strategy and publicity campaign to promote the Working Neighbourhood Fund (2009-11). WLLA will work closely with all key partners and enable local voluntary and community organisations to contribute to the skills delivery.
Key target groups are:
19+ Walsall residents;
ex NEET group;
- Ethnic minority communities, people with disabilities and older people.
You can download the Skills Presentation 2009-11 for further information on the Skills Project.
Delivery Partners on the Skills project 2009-11 (click to download website):
|Age Concern Training|
Brownhills Community Association
|Frank F Harrison Community Association|
Palfrey Community Association
Please click here to get an overview of the activity being delivered as part of the Walsall Increasing Skills Project;
Please click here for more detail on the NVQs and engagement activity being delivered between 2009-11 on the Walsall Increasing Skills Project
For further information on the Skills project please contact Colin Robinson on:
07772-600986 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org