1410 ESIF briefings - general VCSE

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Transcript 1410 ESIF briefings - general VCSE

Preparing to deliver the Greater
Manchester ESIF Plan
Autumn 2014
Opportunities for voluntary, community and social
enterprise organisations.
Alex Whinnom, Chief Executive. GMCVO
How does it happen?
VCSE
advisory
☺
DCLG
GMCA
LEP
GM Strategy
GM ESIF Plan
£ Co-Financing
organisations
New Economy / GMCA
(officers) ☺
LMC
“Local
Management
Committee”
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“SOG”
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Skills &
Employment
Partnership
☺
VCSE
advisory
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Local
match
SFA
DWP
Big
Lottery
Positioning the VCSE sector
• Social innovation and social value
• Reach and engagement
• Social and community enterprise
• European Programme
• Growth Deal
• Further devolution
Where, when and how are the big
opportunities?
• ESF – skills, employment
• ERDF – start-ups, business growth,
CO², capital works
• Big Lottery co-finance
CALL SPECIFICATIONS FOR LOTS GO TO GMLMC FOR SIGN OFF
CALL
SPECIFICATION
S PUBLISHED
FOR PARTNER
INPUT
CALL
SPECIFICATI
ONS ISSUED
BY CLG/ OPT
INS
OCTOBER 2014
JANUARY 2015
OCTOBER 2014
JANUARY 2015
NOVEMBER
2014
JANUARY 2015
SEPTEMBER
COMPETITIVE BUSINESS (ERDF)
2. Inward Investment and Trade
3. Sector Programmes / Manufacturing Advisory Service / Low Carbon Support
4. Growth Hub & Services
SCIENCE & INNOVATION (ERDF)
1. Asset base science infrastructure
NOVEMBER
COMPETITIVE BUSINESS (ERDF)
6. Start Ups
SKILLS (ESF)
A3. GM young residents progress into employment
B1. GM residents progress into employment
B3. Working Well extension
D4. Skills provision which will relate to removing the barriers some people face when
entering employment
E1. Social enterprise to adapt to the needs of GM
[1]
JANUARY 2015
NOVEMBER
2014
Timing of Lot B6 - In work support for those at risk of falling out of work onto benefits to be confirmed.
DECEMBER
COMPETITIVE BUSINESS (ERDF)
5. Innovation
SKILLS (ESF)
A1. Early intervention progs for 15-18 yrs olds (NEET)
A2. High quality information, advice and guidance (IAG) and career provision including
National Careers Service for young people (15+)
A4. Ensure the supply and demand meet future requirements 19-24 yr olds
A5. Youth Contract extension (specific cohort: enhancement of GM Programme)
B2. Innovative to support marginalised groups to help bring them towards economic
activity.
B5. National Careers Service- extension
DECEMBER
2014
MARCH 2015
FEBRARY 2015
DECEMBER
2014
JANUARY
COMPETITIVE BUSINESS (ERDF)
1. Access to Finance
SKILLS (ESF)
D1. Provision to up-skill the existing workforce (including management skills, focus on
50+)
D3. This investment priority will provide skills support at all level jobs for GM priority and
growth sectors;
E2. Develop the capacity of community and voluntary sector
FEBRUARY 2015 MARCH 2015
FEBRUARY 2015 MARCH 2015
FEBRUARY
SKILLS (ESF)
A2. High quality information, advice and guidance (IAG) and career
provision including National Careers Service for young people (15+)
A5. Youth Contract extension (specific cohort: enhancement of GM
Programme)
C1. Skills provision responsive to the needs of the local economy and
employers
C3. Skills investment and provider staff development to increase
engagement with business and wider community
C5. Activities to start and grow a business
D2. Increase access to advanced (higher level) skills for the most
disadvantaged
FEBRUARY
2015
APRIL 2015
What could go wrong
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New to everyone………
Scale
Capacity
Competition
Delays
PLEASE DISCUSS:
Is this an opportunity for
my organisation?
• Please note on the flipchart any
thoughts, questions, ideas, suggestions
that you have
ANY QUESTIONS?
Next steps
Building Better Opportunities
• Should hear by 20th October
• Planned:
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“Easy Guide” to the ESIF Plan
Dedicated email address for queries
FAQ log
More events around specific sectors / target beneficiary
groups (may include “meet the buyer” if identifiable and/or
support for VCSE consortia)
– Workshops giving technical help
– Also support for infrastructure providers to enable them to
cascade information to their members
What technical help would help you?
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Diagnostic
PQQ criteria
Pricing
Data collection and monitoring
Meet the buyer
• Would you be willing to pay towards it?
What should you do?
• Make sure you are signed up to receive
updates (GMCVO website) – look out for
more information
• Start to consider now:
– What outputs you could deliver
– For which target beneficiary groups
– At what price
• Make sure you are “ESIF-ready” and could
meet criteria for suppliers
For more information
• www.gmcvo.org.uk/european-programme-2014-20
• www.networkforeurope.eu
• http://neweconomymanchester.com/stories/1950news_from_eu
• www.agma.gov.uk/gmca/european-funding-20142020/index.html
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