Information for providers on applying for funding.
The services commissioned by the Community Learning fund must be delivered in the borough of Richmond for the benefit of Richmond residents only.
There are several priority areas that Community Learning would like to see supported:
Community Learning Round 1 funding is now closed for courses/activities to be fully delivered up to Tuesday 31 July 2018. All electronic applications have been received and the Commissioning Board have notified all successful providers.
The information you supply will be used by the Skills Funding Agency, an Executive Agency of the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, to issue you with a Unique Learner Number (ULN), and to create your Personal Learning Record. For more information about how your information is processed and shared refer to the Extended Privacy Notice available on GOV.UK.
Community Learning activities should be delivered in easily accessible locations to enable greater participation from vulnerable, socially isolated groups within the community.
These should be value for money and may include children’s centres, community centres, schools, housing association venues, residential care homes, community halls, and a variety of other local settings.
Community Learning is part of Achieving for Children, a new community interest company providing services to the London Boroughs of Richmond and Kingston. Formerly Community Learning was managed directly by the Local Authority.
Community Learning is governed by the Richmond Community Learning Partnership, consisting of the following stakeholders:
Date of last meeting: Thursday 19 October 2017
Providers are invited to attend a termly provider contract monitoring meeting to consult with others on the provision of existing activities and opportunities available for adult learners, and to identify future needs.
These meetings ensure that providers are kept fully informed and consulted of Community Learning plans, strategies, priorities and targets for the provision of adult learning in the Richmond borough. The provider contract monitoring meetings also provide an opportunity for providers to network and share good practice.
Date of last meeting: Thursday 21 September 2017
We have listened to what providers have said at these meetings and taken the following actions:
Updated: 10 January 2018