Guidance on the role of LEPs, combined authorities and local authorities in area review process.
Local Government Association hub, providing resources on relevant legislation, combined authorities, directly elected mayors, devolution deals, City and Growth deals and engaging citizens in devolution
This National Audit Office Report offers update on the 10 devolution deals agreed, plus 34 proposals received by Cities and Local Growth Unit to September 2016
AoC Report on the findings of research by AoC and the Centre for Skills Knowledge and Organisational Performance around potential impact and benefits of devolution
A guide to holding a ‘decision-makers meet learners’ event as a way of engaging local commissioners and decision-makers and generating an understanding of the contribution community learning can make to their agendas.
A summary of the discussions from round tables looking at commissioning approaches that improve the learning offer for disadvantaged groups.
A checklist for community learning commissioners.
A guide to introducing a co-design approach to developing a curriculum for disadvantaged groups.
A summary of the discussions from round tables looking at curriculum development to meet the needs of disadvantaged groups.
A summary of the discussions from round tables looking at capacity-building of voluntary and community organisations.
Presentation by Jon Gamble, Director of Community Learning Reform, Skills Funding Agency at the NIACE/L&Q summit for housing and homelessness organisations, October 2013.
A stimulus paper providing background information for those attending the seminar.
Presentation by Nicolette Divecha, Assistant Director, Department for Business, Innovation & Skills.
Presentation by Jane Watts, Programme Manager, NIACE.
Progress update on Kent CLT in March 2013 demonstrating a considerable focus on partnership working.
Progress update on West of England CLT including descriptions of neighbourhood planning exercises designed to shape future provision of community learning.
Snapshot of the partnership approach adopted by 3 of the CLT pilots.
Description of the partnership model adopted by Sheffield CLT.
Key messages from CLT pilots’ experiences of working in partnership.
West of England Community Learning Trust created a ‘Partner Pledge’ to engage local organisations and businesses in Community Learning. Over 150 partners made a pledge, ranging from neighbourhood organisations and housing associations to major companies such...Read more »
Describes how Exeter Trust in Learning uses volunteers as a key tool in their community engagement activities.
Includes description of Your Say Your Way neighbourhood governance model.
Provides an overview of each pilot’s main features as described in their original application including: themes, operating model, plan to be accountable to local communities, and approaches to impact.
Contains details of how this well-established district partnership model works in practice at local level.
Describes the characteristics, progress and future opportunities for the partners involved in Birmingham CLT.