Funded Projects

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European Social Fund Programme

Grants and Contracts that have been awarded.

Please see project list below which includes the organisations currently delivering the GLA’s ESF Co-Financing programmes.

Care Leavers into Work

Project Name

Care Leavers into Work

Lead Delivery Partner

Drive Forward Foundation

Programme

GLA’s ESF Programme 2014 – 2020

Project Code

P1.2/CLIW

Project Objective

To support 16-24-year-old Care Leavers who will access a variety of work experiences, to help them gain the skills to move into, and remain in work.

Primary Result Target

51 people supported into sustained employment, education or training for 26 weeks

Project Value (£)

299,643

Geography

Pan-London

Link to Project Web Page

https://www.london.gov.uk/what-we-do/education-and-youth/support-families-and-early-years/more-support-children-care-and-care-leavers

Getting Back on Track

Project Name

Getting Back on Track

Lead Delivery Partner

London South East Colleges (LSEC)

Programme

GLA’s ESF Programme 2014 – 2020

Project Code

P1.2/GBOT2

Project Objective

To provide immediate support to young people who have recently dropped out of school or college. Through a personal development programme, they will be supported to progress into work or return to education or training.

Primary Result Target

125 people supported into employment, education or training for 26 weeks.

Sub-Partners

Morgan Hunt

Shooters Hill 6th Form

Lewisham Southwark College

Dame Kelly Homes Trust Athlete Team

Project Value (£)

425,000.00

Geography

Central & South London

Link to Project Web Page

https://www.lsec.ac.uk/news/1608-damekellyholmestrust

Haringey Higher Level Skills

 

Project Name

Haringey Higher Levels Skills

Lead Delivery Partner

North London Partnership Consortium

Programme

GLA’s ESF Programme 2014 – 2020

Project Code

P1.2/HHLS

Project Objective

Project will provide residents, aged 18+ who are either unemployed, economically inactive or in low paid employment living in Haringey Borough with access to integrated accredited NVQ level 3 training within the construction, health, engineering and childcare sectors

and employment support.

 

Primary Result Target

105 people supported into employment for 26 weeks.

63 people supported to progress in employment. 

Sub-Partners

Waltham Forest College

BME Careers Services

Train’d Up

Project Value (£)

900,000.00

Geography

Haringey

Link to Project Web Page

https://www.london.gov.uk/what-we-do/funding/european-social-fund/gla-co-financing-organisation/funding-opportunities/gla-esf-funding-opportunities-haringey-higher-level-skills-project

Forces for London

 

Project Name

Forces for London

Programme

GLA’s ESF Programme 2014 – 2020

Project Code

P1.1/FFL

Project Objective

To support Veterans, or Early Service Leavers, aged 18 plus to access a variety of Team London volunteering opportunities. This will help build work experience and employability skills so they progress into and remain in education or work.

Primary Result Target

127 people supported into employment, education or training for 26 weeks.

Lead Delivery Partner

RFEA The Forces Employment Charity

Sub-Partners

Walking with The Wounded

Project Value (£)

402,000

Geography

Pan-London

Link to Project web page

https://www.rfea.org.uk/our-programmes-partnerships/forces-for-london/

 

Digital Skills Training

Project Name Digital Talent

Lead Delivery Partner

Newham College

Programme

GLA’s ESF Programme 2014 – 2020

Project Code

P1.2/DST

Project Objective

To support 16-24-year old’s into and remain in work, education and/or training in the digital sector. This will help to plug a growing talent gap in digital, technology and creative entry-level jobs with diverse, ‘home-grown’ talent.

Primary Result Target

136 people supported into employment, education or training for 26 weeks.

Sub-Partners

Barking & Dagenham College

Digital Skills Solution

Waltham Forest College

Project Value (£)

500,000

Geography

North and East London

Link to Project Web Page

https://www.newham.ac.uk/the-college/news/digital-futures-project.html

 

Project Name 

Digital Pathways

Lead Delivery Partner

New City College

Programme

GLA’s ESF Programme 2014 – 2020

Project Code

P1.2/DST

Project Objective

To support 16-24-year old’s into and remain in work, education and/or training in the digital sector. This will help to plug a growing talent gap in digital, technology and creative entry-level jobs with diverse, ‘home-grown’ talent.

Primary Result Target

106 people supported into employment, education or training for 26 weeks

Sub-Partners

Dragon Hall

Creative Process

Escape Studios

Project Value (£)

600,000

Geography

North and East London

Link to Project Web Page

https://www.digitalpathways.org.uk/

Start Up, Step Up London

Project Name

Start Up, Step Up London

Lead Delivery Partner

Capital City College Group

Programme

GLA’s ESF Programme 2014-2020

Project Code

P1.1/P2.1 SUSUL

Project Objective

To provide Londoners with the skills to access entrepreneurship and/or grow their business. It will focus on supporting underrepresented groups, particularly women, disabled people and ethnic minorities, to help reduce the employment gap amongst those who face labour market disadvantages.

Primary Result Targets

70 people supported into self-employment or employment for 26 weeks

70 employed people (of which at least 49 female) gaining an improved labour market status

Sub-Partners

n/a

Project Value (£)

500,000

Geography

Pan-London

Link to Project web page

https://www.growthhub.london/susul/

N17 Creative Callings

Project Name

N17 Creative Callings

Lead Delivery Partner

Fashion-Enter Ltd

Programme

GLA’s ESF Programme 2014-2020

Project Code

P2.1/P2.2 CEZT

Project Objective

To support employees of businesses in the Tottenham Creative Enterprise Zone (CEZ) to upskill and progress in work, and to help creative businesses and education organisations collaborate on creative training programmes and improve pathways into the industry. 

Primary Result Targets

130 employees (of which at least 65 female) gaining an improved labour market status.

38 SMEs/Micro-SMEs supported to complete projects which provide work placements/opportunities that enable students/graduates to gain industry relevant experience/skills

Sub-Partners

Collage Arts

Project Value (£)

500,000

Geography

Tottenham CEZ and adjacent wards

Link to Project web page

https://www.london.gov.uk/what-we-do/funding/european-social-fund/funding-opportunities

Closed Projects

The following projects are now closed

Digital Base Camp

Project Name Digital Base Camp

Lead Delivery Partner

Freeformers College

Programme

GLA’s ESF Programme 2014 – 2020

Project Code

P1.2/DST

Project Objective

To support 16-24-year old’s into and remain in work, education and/or training in the digital sector. This will help to plug a growing talent gap in digital, technology and creative entry-level jobs with diverse, ‘home-grown’ talent.

Primary Result Target

137 people supported into employment, education or training for 26 weeks 

Sub-Partners

n/a

Project Value (£)

500,000

Geography

Pan-London

Link to Project Webpage

https://www.london.gov.uk/what-we-do/funding/european-social-fund/gla-co-financing-organisation/funding-opportunities/gla-es-0

2Work

Project Name 2Work

Lead Delivery Partner

Peabody

Programme

GLA’s ESF Programme 2014 – 2020

Project Code

P1.2/2Work

Project Objective

To support young people aged 18-24 to access a variety of Team London volunteering opportunities. This will help build work experience and employability skills so they progress into and remain in education or work.

Primary Result Target

350 people supported into employment, education or training for 26 weeks 

Sub-Partners

n/a

Project Value (£)

833,984.00

Geography

Pan-London

Link to Project Webpage

https://www.london.gov.uk/what-we-do/volunteering/reducing-barriers-social-mobility/team-london-2work

Getting Back on Track

Project Name Getting Back on Track

Lead Delivery Partner

Dame Kelly Holmes Trust

Programme

GLA’s ESF Programme 2014 – 2020

Project Code

P1.2/GBOT

Project Objective

To provide immediate support to young people who have recently dropped out of school or college. Through a personal development programme, they will be supported to progress into work or return to education or training.

Primary Result Target

150 people supported into Sustained Employment, Education or Training for 26 weeks

Sub-Partners

Vi-Ability

London South East College Group

Shooters Hill Sixth Form

 

Project Value (£)

499,576

Geography

Bexley

Bromley

Greenwich

Lewisham

Southwark

Link to Project Webpage

https://www.london.gov.uk/what-we-do/funding/european-social-fund/gla-co-financing-organisation/funding-opportunities/gla-esf-funding-opportunity-getting-back-track

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