The ONTrack team were commissioned, as a part of the 'No Child Left Behind' initiative, to investigate the feasibility of commissioning Alternative Education opportunities for schools within the Borough. As a result a new framework agreement will be in place for the 2011/12 academic year and this should deliver improved choice, better quality and lower costs for our schools.
The team were commissioned to develop an options appraisal for presentation to the local YMCA Board. The appraisal was to assist them with decision making about the future direction of the organisation in Southend. As a result the YMCA are now actively pursuing 'Free School' status with the aim of starting their first intake in 2012.
As part of the Borough's commitment to developing Apprenticeships the team identified funding from the European Union being delivered through EEDA.. As a result part funding for the salaries of 72 Apprenticeships was secured and will be fully used during 2010/11
Southend Adult Community College
The team were commissioned to prepare bids for the European Social Fund for two projects related to NEET prevention and NEET intervention.
Last updated: 12th April 2012
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