PeoplePlus has secured a position on all six geographic Lots under DWP’s Umbrella Agreement for Employment & Health Related Services (UAEHRS). PeoplePlus is the only bidder to have qualified in all 6 UAEHRS geographic Lots, and has also qualified for DWP’s national Lot (Lot 7).
The UAEHRS will run for the next four years, and all major DWP contracted employment programmes are expected to be commissioned through it during that time. Through the UAEHRS, PeoplePlus has therefore qualified to tender for DWP’s new Work and Health Programme for all available prime contracts across the whole of England and Wales.
PeoplePlus already delivers 9 DWP Work Programme prime contracts, as well as a wider range of programmes on behalf of The Skills Funding Agency, Ministry of Justice, and local authorities. It is a division of the wider Staffline Group plc, a national recruitment and workforce management provider.
Debra Jackson, Director of Business Development at PeoplePlus, commented: “We are delighted to have qualified onto DWP’s UAEHRS Framework in all available Lots. The result is a testament to the market leading performance which we have achieved through our employability programmes, and the continuous hard work and innovation demonstrated by our local delivery teams across the country. We are very much looking forward to the next phase of the Work & Health Programme competition, and developing new delivery solutions with our staff, partners, and local stakeholders across the work and health sector.”
PeoplePlus is looking to build upon our existing partner network in Scotland to support our Scottish Employability Support Services (SESS) bids which will replace the Work Programme and Work choice contracts. The SESS will provide specialist support for the long-term unemployed and claimants with health conditions and disabilities.
The new programme will run from April 2018 and require us to work closely with specialist health services, specialist intervention partners and experts in this field. We are looking to work with like minded organisations, large and small, across Scotland with expertise in the treatment and rehabilitation of people with health conditions and complex barriers. Potential partners must share our commitment to delivering high performing services that transform people’s lives and provide a positive impact to our local communities, and have a strong footprint both locally and regionally.
The closing date for registration and the submission of the initial Expression of Interest (EoI) for this opportunity is 28th February 2017.
To register click here and join our partnership framework. A user guide on registering and completing the EoI is available at http://peopleplus.co.uk/become-our-partner
Should you have any issues registering or completing the EoI, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that an additional second stage response will be released to all partners registered with us after the SSES ITT is released, which is expected in early March.
We would like to invite stakeholders and potential partners to join us at our event to learn more about PeoplePlus, discuss the SESS programme and the work and health agenda in Scotland, with a view to gaining invaluable local knowledge and to develop collaborative working partnerships.
Date- 22nd February 2017 Time- 11.00am- 2.00pm Venue- at The Lighthouse, 11 Mitchell Lane, Glasgow, Scotland G1 3NU Website- http://www.thelighthouse.co.uk/about/about-us
The venue is a short 5 minute walk from both Queen Street and Central Station
Google Maps- https://goo.gl/YbmMpA
To register for the event please email: email@example.com (RSVP 21st February 2017)
PeoplePlus are keen to grow our partnership framework and complement our existing supply chain with a diverse range of partners who share our vision, values and commitment to delivering high performing services that transform people’s lives and provide a positive impact to our local communities.
PeoplePlus is proactively encouraging a diverse range of partners to participate in its procurement and sub-contracting process for all goods and services. We provide a level playing field of opportunities for all organisations including Small and Medium Enterprises (SME’s), Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) owned businesses and other diverse suppliers. Our Procurement process is transparent, objective and non-discriminatory in the selection of our suppliers and we will actively promote diverse suppliers throughout our supply chain.
We have now introduced a new partner platform, which has replaced our current partnership portal, providing a more effective and responsive e-procurement tool that will make our application and selection process easier for potential partners to register, access and apply for new opportunities. If you are interested in becoming our partner and would like to be kept informed of future opportunities, please click here to register on our partner platform.
If you have previously registered as a partner on our current partnership portal, please click here to re-register on our new partner platform.
If you are an existing delivery partner to PeoplePlus, we will be in contact with you shortly to update your account on our new partner platform.
Once registered on Proactis (or using your existing Proactis log in details), on the homepage please select the ‘Customers’ icon on the left hand side menu, and search for PeoplePlus, then click add or select ‘‘Show Me’ finally click on ‘Relationship’
If you are having issues registering onto our partner platform, please see user guide below. If your organisation has previously registered with Proactis and you do not have access to your organisations username or password details, please use the following link to the Proactis website https://supplierlive.proactisp2p.com/Account/Login# and click on the ‘cannot access your account link’. If you are unable to provide any of the details requested here, please click help to access the Proactis Support team who will be able to support.
To download a user guide to our partner registration and Expression of Interest process, please click here.
The Government announced in January 2016 a doubling of funding for relationship support over the life of this Parliament. As part of this initiative The Department for Work and Pensions are looking to procure a National targeted Relationship Support Provision for Disadvantaged Families. The new programme aims to provide evidence-based targeted support for families of the most disadvantaged children, whether the parents are together or separated. We are interested in hearing from providers in any area of England.
Closing date for registration and the submission of the initial Expression of Interest (EoI 1) will be 08.02.17.
To register and complete the initial stage of our Expression of Interest process (EoI 1) and to join our partnership framework please click here
The EoI 1 for the Relationship Support Programme will close on 08.02.17. Organisations that have completed and submitted the initial EoI 1 will be notified on the next stage EoI 2 in due-course.
For further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Should you have any issues registering or completing the EoI 1 please contact email@example.com
Commissioned by the Department for Work and Pensions, the Work and Health Programme will replace the Work Programme and Work Choice and provide specialist support for the long-term unemployed and claimants with health conditions and disabilities. The new programme will require us to work closely with specialist health services, and we are looking to work with providers with expertise in the treatment and rehabilitation of people with health conditions and who share our commitment to delivering high performing services that transform people’s lives and provide a positive impact to our local communities. We are interested in hearing from providers in any area of the UK. Closing date for registration and the submission of the initial Expression of Interest for the Work and Health Programme will be 16th September.
The EoI 1 for the Work & Health Programme is now closed (09.01.2016). Organisations that have completed and submitted the initial EoI 1 will be notified on the next stage (EoI 2) in due-course. (EoI 2 closed 10.02.2017).
PeoplePlus is a leading provider of apprenticeships and traineeships in Wales and is seeking a diverse mix of specialist partners for the new Employability and Apprenticeships Programme likely to be launched in early 2017. Commissioned by the Welsh Government, it will replace existing employment and training programmes to deliver a range of assessment and brokerage, apprenticeship and all age employment support to low skilled and in work, unemployed and economically inactive people some distance from the labour market. If you wish to partner with PeoplePlus for the delivery of the Employability and Apprenticeship Programme in Wales you will need to register and complete the initial stage of our Expression of Interest process. Click here to register now and join our partnership framework If you would like to receive any documents in the Welsh language please contact us and we will send them to you. For further information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Mae PeoplePlus yn ddarparwr arweiniol o Brentisiaethau a Hyfforddeiaethau yng Nghymru ac yn chwilio am gymysgedd amrywiol o bartneriaid arbenigol ar gyfer y rhaglen Cyflogadwyedd a Phrentisiaeth newydd sy’n debygol i gael ei lansio’n gynnar yn 2017. Comisiynwyd gan y Llywodraeth Cymru, bydd y rhaglen yn amnewid gyda’r rhaglennu cyflogadwyedd a hyfforddiant presennol i ddarparu amrywiaeth o asesiadau a broceriaid, prentisiaeth a chymorth cyflogaeth i bob oedran â sgiliau isel ac yn gweithio, y ddi-waith a phobl s’yn anweithgar yn economaidd gyda phellter pell o’r farchnad lafur. Os rydych yn gobeithio partneru gyda PeoplePlus am y ddarpariaeth o’r rhaglenni cyflogadwyedd a Phrentisiaethau yng Nghymru bydd rhaid i chi gofrestru a chwblhau’r cam cychwynnol o’n broses o Ddatganiad o Ddiddordeb. Os byddech yn hoffi unrhyw ddogfennau yng Nghymraeg, cysylltwch â ni a fydd y dogfennau yn cael eu hanfon atoch. Am fwy o wybodaeth, cysylltwch â SkillsWalesCommunications@peopleplus.co.uk