Tender and Funding Application Writing for Education and Training
The education and training sector is diverse and includes a variety of services and requirements. Ultimately, the education and training sector is underpinned by its need to access sustainable funding and holistically facilitate greater learning opportunities.
Every funding application and tender in education varies, so it is important to evaluate this from the outset to enable a greater understanding of every bid’s requirements. The desired outcome can vary from introducing new technology to providing alternative curriculums to improve outcomes for learners. We have helped many education providers, including:
- Training Providers
- Apprenticeship Providers
- Independent Schools
- Alternative Education Providers
- Higher and Further Education Establishments
Our recent areas of main focus have been within apprenticeship and alternative education provision.
The Apprenticeship Levy policy was implemented in April 2017 to enable UK employers to fund new apprenticeship schemes and ultimately, help invest more money to assist in increasing work opportunities.
As part of this, the policy ensures any employer with a wage bill over £3M per annum must pay a levy of 0.5%, which can only be offset against apprenticeships. Not only was this designed to help fund new opportunities, but also develop the quality of apprenticeships in the UK. As such, there has been a requirement for levy-paying employers to have an effective apprenticeship programme. Therefore, this has led to significant demand and procurement of apprenticeship providers that can best manage the levy.
In terms of economic impact, the levy aims to help support productivity through the increase in occupational training and careers.
Alternative Education Providers
Alternative education is an educational institution outside of school which is arranged by local authorities or schools for pupils who do not attend mainstream education institutions for reasons such as: exclusion, behavioural issues, school refusal or short/long term illnesses. This includes learning centres, free schools and academies.
Alternative Education Providers aim to: promote good academic process (particularly in subjects such as English, Maths and Science (including IT), identify and evaluate a pupils’ personal, social and academic requirements and overcome any potential barriers to their learning, improve their motivation and have a set of clear objectives for after the placement.
We ensure that our services clearly and measurably meet the objectives set out in the tender or framework agreement. Our experienced bid team know what questions to ask and how to draw out the best evidence, shaping your bid into a winning bid. As part of our ethos and approach to all of our clients, we always provide the best possible service to meet your needs. Providing guidance throughout the bidding process, we have 4 phases of our services that will increase your successes and opportunities.
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