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ESIF – Access to Employment

The European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF) call is open to applications in the Sheffield City Region LEP area.

This is a Call to run a project to skill residents to meet the current and future needs and opportunities for work in new and emerging sectors in Sheffield City Region LEP area. There are three strands issued within this call with the specific objective of reducing adult unemployment and economic inactivity. Bidders can submit applications to deliver one, more or all of them.

Applications should have differentiation from existing ESF projects as they have a clear geographic focus to intensify the support for those unemployed and inactive adults residing in areas experiencing economic and market failure and, consequently, high levels of social and economic exclusion. Applicants should clearly state a rationale supporting the targeting of the geographies included in their submission.

It is anticipated there will be a key focus on disadvantaged individuals living in disadvantaged areas and a clear portfolio of individually tailored provision delivered in community settings where appropriate.

Priority groups for this call are:

  • Not employed career changers (specifically those over 50 and women and carers returning to work)
  • Unemployed /inactive refugees and migrants to integrate them into the labour market
  • The unemployed or inactive residents in disadvantaged groups and reach those who are not currently receiving support, particularly Roma and Traveller communities
  • Care leavers
  • Ex offenders (provider/s will be expected to work alongside and add value to existing HMPPS provision)
  • Lone Parents
  • Economically inactive women, particularly of ethnic minorities including those with child or elder care responsibilities and who often face multiple disadvantages
  • Unemployed people with disabilities, particularly people with a mild learning disability or learning difficulty.

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Location: Sheffield City Region

Value: £2m overall

Deadline: 12 August 2019

Our success rate

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ESIF - Access to Employment - FCS Associates

ESIF – Access to Employment

The European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF) call is open to applications in the Sheffield City Region LEP area.

This is a Call to run a project to skill residents to meet the current and future needs and opportunities for work in new and emerging sectors in Sheffield City Region LEP area. There are three strands issued within this call with the specific objective of reducing adult unemployment and economic inactivity. Bidders can submit applications to deliver one, more or all of them.

Applications should have differentiation from existing ESF projects as they have a clear geographic focus to intensify the support for those unemployed and inactive adults residing in areas experiencing economic and market failure and, consequently, high levels of social and economic exclusion. Applicants should clearly state a rationale supporting the targeting of the geographies included in their submission.

It is anticipated there will be a key focus on disadvantaged individuals living in disadvantaged areas and a clear portfolio of individually tailored provision delivered in community settings where appropriate.

Priority groups for this call are:

  • Not employed career changers (specifically those over 50 and women and carers returning to work)
  • Unemployed /inactive refugees and migrants to integrate them into the labour market
  • The unemployed or inactive residents in disadvantaged groups and reach those who are not currently receiving support, particularly Roma and Traveller communities
  • Care leavers
  • Ex offenders (provider/s will be expected to work alongside and add value to existing HMPPS provision)
  • Lone Parents
  • Economically inactive women, particularly of ethnic minorities including those with child or elder care responsibilities and who often face multiple disadvantages
  • Unemployed people with disabilities, particularly people with a mild learning disability or learning difficulty.

Click here for more information.

Need help applying for this Grant? Contact us

Location: Sheffield City Region

Value: £2m overall

Deadline: 12 August 2019

Our success rate

Need help applying for this grant?

Yes, Please help me write a winning applicationNo, just keep me up-to-date with the latest grants
ESIF - Access to Employment - FCS Associates

ESIF – Access to Employment

The European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF) call is open to applications in the Sheffield City Region LEP area.

This is a Call to run a project to skill residents to meet the current and future needs and opportunities for work in new and emerging sectors in Sheffield City Region LEP area. There are three strands issued within this call with the specific objective of reducing adult unemployment and economic inactivity. Bidders can submit applications to deliver one, more or all of them.

Applications should have differentiation from existing ESF projects as they have a clear geographic focus to intensify the support for those unemployed and inactive adults residing in areas experiencing economic and market failure and, consequently, high levels of social and economic exclusion. Applicants should clearly state a rationale supporting the targeting of the geographies included in their submission.

It is anticipated there will be a key focus on disadvantaged individuals living in disadvantaged areas and a clear portfolio of individually tailored provision delivered in community settings where appropriate.

Priority groups for this call are:

  • Not employed career changers (specifically those over 50 and women and carers returning to work)
  • Unemployed /inactive refugees and migrants to integrate them into the labour market
  • The unemployed or inactive residents in disadvantaged groups and reach those who are not currently receiving support, particularly Roma and Traveller communities
  • Care leavers
  • Ex offenders (provider/s will be expected to work alongside and add value to existing HMPPS provision)
  • Lone Parents
  • Economically inactive women, particularly of ethnic minorities including those with child or elder care responsibilities and who often face multiple disadvantages
  • Unemployed people with disabilities, particularly people with a mild learning disability or learning difficulty.

Click here for more information.

Need help applying for this Grant? Contact us

Location: Sheffield City Region

Value: £2m overall

Deadline: 12 August 2019

Our success rate

Need help applying for this grant?

Yes, Please help me write a winning applicationNo, just keep me up-to-date with the latest grants
ESIF - Access to Employment - FCS Associates

ESIF – Access to Employment

The European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF) call is open to applications in the Sheffield City Region LEP area.

This is a Call to run a project to skill residents to meet the current and future needs and opportunities for work in new and emerging sectors in Sheffield City Region LEP area. There are three strands issued within this call with the specific objective of reducing adult unemployment and economic inactivity. Bidders can submit applications to deliver one, more or all of them.

Applications should have differentiation from existing ESF projects as they have a clear geographic focus to intensify the support for those unemployed and inactive adults residing in areas experiencing economic and market failure and, consequently, high levels of social and economic exclusion. Applicants should clearly state a rationale supporting the targeting of the geographies included in their submission.

It is anticipated there will be a key focus on disadvantaged individuals living in disadvantaged areas and a clear portfolio of individually tailored provision delivered in community settings where appropriate.

Priority groups for this call are:

  • Not employed career changers (specifically those over 50 and women and carers returning to work)
  • Unemployed /inactive refugees and migrants to integrate them into the labour market
  • The unemployed or inactive residents in disadvantaged groups and reach those who are not currently receiving support, particularly Roma and Traveller communities
  • Care leavers
  • Ex offenders (provider/s will be expected to work alongside and add value to existing HMPPS provision)
  • Lone Parents
  • Economically inactive women, particularly of ethnic minorities including those with child or elder care responsibilities and who often face multiple disadvantages
  • Unemployed people with disabilities, particularly people with a mild learning disability or learning difficulty.

Click here for more information.

Need help applying for this Grant? Contact us

Location: Sheffield City Region

Value: £2m overall

Deadline: 12 August 2019

Our success rate

Need help applying for this grant?

Yes, Please help me write a winning applicationNo, just keep me up-to-date with the latest grants