This report presents findings from the independent interim evaluation of the Young Offenders (YO) strand of The Greater London Authority's (GLA) European Social Fund 2011-13 Youth Programme, conducted by the Centre for Economic and Social Inclusion (Inclusion). This interim evaluation report examines project design and commissioning, as well as the early stages of delivery.
The employment-focused Navigator service was piloted by Brent Council's new Employment & Enterprise team during 2013.
This is the latest in a series of papers commissioned by the TUC exploring what full employment should mean and how we can work to achieve it.
In April 2013, the Department for Work and Pensions ('DWP') abolished the Crisis Loan and Community Care Grant elements of the Social Fund and transferred the funding previously used to support these to upper tier local authorities in England.
This toolkit is designed for employers that want to develop a more inclusive and accessible Apprenticeship offer. It provides practical information, sources of support and inspirational case studies of employers who have benefited from hiring and supporting disabled apprentices.
Older people who are out of work face significant barriers in the labour market and typically spend longer unemployed than people aged under 50. In order to help understand why, this research looked at the extent to which employment support meets the needs of older jobseekers.
A guide for learning providers delivering skills provision for unemployed adults.
The 2014 Youth Employment Convention sought to put young people at the heart of next year's general election.
This guide is intended to support organisations that are applying for funding to deliver projects under the Big Lottery Fund's 'Building Better Opportunities' programme.
To ensure that every apprentice has an excellent experience and gains a solid foundation for a vibrant and successful career, we are proposing the introduction of an Apprentice Charter.
Trust for London commissioned the Centre for Economic and Social Inclusion to explore the extent of low-paid work, the barriers to progression, 'what works' in supporting progression, and how policy and delivery could be improved in the future.
This piece of work was commissioned by the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills to explore how providers are already tracking learners' destinations, and to try and understand the issues facing providers.
The Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) commissioned a series of literature reviews in 2013 to provide a comprehensive and robust evidence base to inform the development of anti-poverty strategies for the UK.
This report provides a review of the UK's capability to track migrant workers, and is complemented by three other reports produced by our project partners.
This research tracks the experience of 80 women over a three-year period as they negotiated a return to work after motherhood. Increasing the maternal employment rate is increasingly recognised as a critical policy issue.
This briefing contains findings from a review of evaluations that considered the design, implementation and impact of benefit sanctions, with a particular focus on the experience of lone parents sucess
The evaluation of Work Choice explored both the new programme model and the effect of the DWP commissioning approach on this area of specialist provision.
This evaluation uses a mixture of methods to capture the success and outcomes of the first five pilot initiatives up to April 2013
The South West Workways project aims to provide targeted support to economically inactive and unemployed people across four Local Authorities in South West Wales.
Community Works: placing work, skills and enterprise at the heart of Community Budgets explores some of the key lessons arising from the Government's Community Budgets pilots, and the challenges and opportunities that these create for the future.
Healthy FE and Skills is a website for education and training providers who want to improve the health, wellbeing and safety of their learners and staff.
Our Mental Health in Further Education (MHFE) website is designed to promote good mental health in adult learning.
A resource designed to help education and training organisations develop better practice to meet the Public Sector Equality Duty (2010).
The purpose of this report is to present to the Skills Funding Agency (the Agency) a snapshot picture of how providers are making use of the facility to offer the recognition of prior learning (RPL) within the Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF).
The Centre for Responsible Credit (CfRC) provides a starting point to deliver more collabarative approaches capable of harnessing the knowledge that non-profits and the community finance sector
NIACE has, for several years, been working with the Skills Funding Agency to research the benefits of QCF unit delivery.
This report presents the findings of a six-month demonstration pilot project undertaken by NIACE in partnership with Humber Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP).
This report sets out the findings of the research commissioned from NIACE by the Skills Funding Agency to evaluate the implementation of the Innovation Code.
Research into how Traineeships can work for STEM skills within the context of a LEP area.