The Essex Learning Partnership Fund

Posted on: June 26, 2019

The Essex Learning Partnership Fund is the vehicle by which ACL Essex sub-contracts with other providers to complement and enhance its learning offer in Essex.

The Service is committed to supporting the VCSE sector to build its capacity to deliver learning opportunities to disadvantaged and hard to reach local communities and individuals across Essex especially in the more rural parts of the county, as well as the urban, suburban and coastal areas of greatest need.

Although ACL Essex highlights particular subject sectors and/or Essex districts they wish to target, organisations are required to evidence a local or county-wide need for the provision they aim to deliver when they apply for funds. This should take the form of demographic data and/or confirmation of local consultation to identify individual learning needs, and where applicable, the needs of local businesses.

DEADLINE: ongoing


Author: Steering Member
Categories: Funding, Opportunities

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