Since 2000, we have delivered more than 200 different programmes across 100 different locations.
The Department of Social Protection (DSP) is a department of the Government of Ireland. The mission of the department is to promote a caring society through ensuring access to income support and other services, enabling active participation, promoting social inclusion and supporting families. Our work for the DSP is delivered through our joint venture partnership - Turas Nua.
DWP's aims are:
The European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) is aimed at economic regeneration projects promoted primarily by the public sector. This involves:
The Ministry of Justice (MOJ) works to protect the public and reduce reoffending, and to provide a more effective, transparent and responsive criminal justice system for victims and the public.
The MOJ is a ministerial department, supported by several agencies and public bodies.
The National Offender Management Service (NOMS) is an Executive Agency of the Ministry of Justice. Its role is to commission and provide offender services in the community and in custody in England and Wales, ensuring best value for money from public resources.
It works to protect the public and reduce reoffending by delivering the punishment and orders of the courts and supporting rehabilitation by helping offenders to change their lives.
Certain groups of people have been demonstrated to be more susceptible to finding themselves in a situation where they are considered to be workless, and as such these people may need more help to overcome the barriers they may face.
Because of this Plymouth City Council has felt the need to look into the problem of worklessness and has recognised the importance of engaging with local partners in an effort to develop an effective plan and help coordinate any such activity in the city.
The Skills Funding Agency (SFA) is an agency of the Department for Education. It funds and regulates adult further education and skills training in England. It is part of a network of organisations in the country who commission, manage and market training for adults.
The SFA invests public spending in colleges and training organisations to fund training for adults in England. The training is mainly to improve skills so that people can do their jobs better, get new jobs, or progress in their careers.