We are delighted to share the news that, in partnership with Coco’s Foundation charity, we are offering one of our existing JACE students a life enhancing opportunity to visit South Africa in April 2019 as part of Coco’s Foundation charity project.
JACE Training is delighted to be accredited to offer the Prince’s Trust Achieve programme, designed to support young people to engage with and succeed in education. It is a flexible provision, aimed at young students up to the age of 19, who are at risk of exclusion or not attaining the grades they are capable of. The programme connects young people with the world of work and equips them with the transferable skills and knowledge they need to succeed, helping them to reach their potential, both in education and in their future employment.
For more information, click on the link to the website: www.princes-trust.org.uk
JACE Training are proud to partner with Peer Productions, an award-winning youth arts charity based in Bracknell. Founded in 2006, the charity specialises in education through theatre, by offering young people (aged 17-23 years) a Level 4 Creative Practitioner qualification. Students are given the chance to tour extensively in educational theatre productions and receive one to one support with drama school applications to progress to top drama schools and going on the forge successful careers in the theatre as artists and producers.
For more information and to view the educational opportunities available at the charity, contact the website: www.peerproductions.co.uk
JACE Training is pleased to have worked successfully with The Gillingham FC Community Trust (GFCCT) over a number of years. It is a pioneering charity, based at the Football Club’s Priestfield Stadium and tackles major social issues in Medway and Kent. With football at its heart, GFCCT seeks to make a positive impact on the lives of local people through a wide range of sporting and education opportunities.
For more information and to view the educational opportunities available at the Trust, contact the website: www.gillinghamfootballclub.com/club/community
The reasons for subcontracting are manifold;
– To build more capacity
– To ensure revenue protection
– To engage with new markets
– To maintain position in training market
The beginning of supply chain market can range from a willingness to proactively share good practice together in working with dependent and independent training providers as a network or consortium. The supply chain manager will be the principle contract holder. We will identify our internal capacity and needs and the gaps will be delivered through the subcontracting arrangement. JACE will deliver the majority of the contract.
The prime contractor JACE retains full accountability of contract delivery, use of funds, quality and learners.
The Aim of the Policy
Is to ensure the relationship between the subcontractor and JACE leads to improved performance and better outcomes for all learners.
To encourage a relationship between all parties that extends beyond the actual contract into a relationship that operates into a network of support, joint working and learning from each other.
– Guidance on paperwork to be used / shared of paperwork from Prime contractor
– Quality Assurance on the Inspection and audit of the Subcontractors training programmes
– Advice and Guidance
– Managing performance
– Monitoring will include a selection of the following quality assurance audits
– Monthly conference calls or visits
– Examination of monthly claims
– Support visits
– Quality formal visit meeting
– Planning future actions
– Annual assessment audits
– Inspection of contract performance
– Timely completions
Fee structure will range from 12 to 25% and the fee set will be according to the amount of help and support given to the subcontractor. Fees are paid two month in arrears.
Subcontractors may be subject to a Risk Assessment
Initial Set up
– Set up of each subcontractor need;
– The length of time trading
– Value of contract
– Track record of supplier
– UKPRN number
– Proof of listing on the Register of Training Providers
– Check on Companies house
– Programmes Planned to be delivered
– If previously delivered SFA provision, record of non-completers, leavers, achievers
– 2 references we can write to
– Delivery address
– Paperwork to be used agreed
– Delivery staff CV’s and certificates
– Policies required – H&S, E Opps, assessment appeals
The Policy will be discussed with all current and future Subcontractors during contract negotiation meetings and reviewed annually each year. Any changes will be notified to subcontractors as part of their regular performance review or via separate correspondence.