Join Our Network
PeoplePlus is always looking for new, innovative partners to complement its existing supply chain. We work 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.
In early 2017 we launched a new partner platform 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
To download a user guide to our partner registration and Expression of Interest process, please click here.
Those accepted onto the Partner Network will be notified of all opportunities to join our supply chain.
GLA ESF Ex-Offender and Homelessness
PeoplePlus is currently seeking partners to bid for the GLA ESF Ex-Offender and Homelessness opportunities, which are due to be released in Autumn 2019.
This procurement is to be delivered across London for people who are unemployed or economically inactive, and are also an ex-offender or homeless person. Services required to be delivered include:
- Individual 121 support throughout the journey, including in work
- Skills training: vocational, digital skills and basic skills
- Work Preparation: including 100 hours’ work placement
- Soft outcomes: measuring distance travelled for each participant
The primary result is to move participants into sustained employment for six months.
We are looking to hear from a diverse range of partners (specialist and end-to-end) with a strong track record of local delivery of employability support for these target groups who share our vision, values and commitment to delivering high performing services that transform people’s lives.
Gloucestershire Carers Hub; Provision of Carers Breaks
PeoplePlus have been delivering The Gloucestershire Carers Hub to provide support to Adult Carers across Gloucestershire since 1st April 2019 and are currently seeking partners that are able to offer Carers Breaks across the county.
The opportunity for a break from caring provides a lifeline for many carers. Families and friends are often in a position to help, where this is not possible, a carer’s break can be offered as a preventative, short-term measure helping to prevent, reduce and delay the need for more specialist or ongoing social care and support.
Carers breaks may take a number of forms depending on the needs of the individual carer and cared for. This could include:
- Out and about services
- Attendance at clubs and day centres
- 1-2-1 care services at home
To find out more please complete our expression of interest form