SFA Register of Training Organisations now open for new and refreshed applications (Deadline 23 Jan 2015)


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The Skills Funding Agency’s Register of Training Organisations is now open for new applications.

It opened on Thursday 11 December and closes on Friday 23 January 2015 at 5pm.

The Register is the SFA’s market-entry point for organisations intending to deliver education and vocations skills training services. In order to gain entry on to the Register, organisations must pass the Due Diligence Assurance Gateway.

Because the SFA are a major commissioner in the new ESF programme, it is important for all providers to get on to the register. The SFA will be commissioning a wide range of ESF activity, not just adult skills provision but also support for NEETs, in-work progression, and so on.

If you’re already on the register, it’s important to check your details are up-to-date.

For more information on the Register, follow the link above, and take a look at Ken Marshall’s…

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