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Community Language Tuition Fund announced. Contracts Finder. Contracts Finder. Esmée Fairbairn. Supply Opportunity Alert 08-12-2014 - joss.kang - Gmail. Gmail. Gmail. Applying for Support. We take a proactive approach to the work we wish to support and so the vast majority of unsolicited proposals we receive are unsuccessful.

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We are however willing to consider exceptional proposals which fit closely with our specific aims and focus areas. This website gives a good indication of the type of education programmes and areas of work we are interested in. In particular, please note that we are not seeking to support initiatives in the Early Years or Primary sectors, focusing instead on the Secondary and Further Education sectors.

Please also note that we do not give direct support to individuals, educational tuition fees, scholarships, or expeditions. A key priority for us is to expand our work seeking to improve the supply and status of technicians - those in the UK workforce with Level 3 and 4 STEM skills - and proposals focused on this aim are more likely to receive support. Apply for funding. You can now apply for up to £35,000 of funding from our Skills & Opportunities Fund.

Apply for funding

Your project must focus on a disadvantaged community within the UK or Ireland, helping people to learn new skills, get into work or start a business. You must be a not-for-profit organisation, a registered charity or state-funded school or college. Remember to look at your region’s priorities and reflect these in your application. We’ve also put together a guide to help you fill in the application form. What happens next When all applications have been received and reviewed, we’ll publish a shortlist of projects being considered for funding. Deadline for application The deadline for the first round of funding is noon on Friday 22 May, going to a public vote on Monday 15 June. Guidelines. The process When our funds are open all applications are made online.


Applying online is simple – after registering and creating an account you can complete and submit your application at any time while the funding round is open. Application to the Vocational Learning Technology Fund is a two stage process. Stage 1 opens for applications 7th April 2015 and closes 15th May 2015. Applicants who succeed at Stage 1 will be asked to submit a more detailed, Stage 2 application. We strongly advise that you attend a webchat or workshop before you submit your form. An independent Think Tank established to improve support for leadership in Further Education. As part of my FETL Fellowship I will be looking at the particular role that the third sector plays in publicly funded education and skills.

An independent Think Tank established to improve support for leadership in Further Education

If, as I believe, the third sector makes a distinctive contribution, then it leads me to consider two key questions: What are the factors that have caused this role to emerge? Is the way that FE is funded, directed and managed, supporting or undermining this contribution? It seems to me that in considering these questions, it is necessary to explore and challenge the metaphors or descriptors we use to define the institutions and processes of the delivery of FE in England. System? “The further education (FE) system – the colleges and training providers that teach vocational qualifications and skills – needs to guarantee students high quality teaching and courses to help students into jobs or university and create the skilled workforce employers need.” The term ‘system’, as used by government, implies some purpose and integration. Projects. Programme Guide for 2015 Version 2.pdf. Welcome to Erasmus+ the new EU funding programme for education, training, youth and sport.

UK adult education organisations can apply for staff mobility funding under Key Action 1.

Welcome to Erasmus+ the new EU funding programme for education, training, youth and sport

This part of Key Action 1 is managed in the UK by Ecorys as part of the UK National Agency. Erasmus+ Programme for Education and Training (2014-2020) - New Call (27/11/2014) - News - j4bCommunity. Erasmus+ is open to a wide range of organisations across all sectors of education and training.

Erasmus+ Programme for Education and Training (2014-2020) - New Call (27/11/2014) - News - j4bCommunity

Any UK public, private or non-profit organisation actively involved in these areas can apply for funding through the programme. This Call is for Forward-Looking Cooperation Projects - cooperation projects to identify, test, develop and assess new innovative approaches in the field of education and training that have the potential to become mainstreamed and will improve educational policies. j4bCommunity Funding Newsletter 3 December 2014 - joss.kang - Gmail. Funding finder: Funding - Big Lottery Fund.