European Social Fund (ESF)
TEC Partnership is proud to be working on the range of projects co-funded by the European Social Fund (ESF), as part of the 2014-2020 European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF) Growth Programme in England, and The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) as the Managing Authority for the England ESF programme.
ESF Humber Digital Skills
ESF Humber Digital Skills Project provides digital skills support to Small and Medium Size Enterprises (SMEs) across the Humber Region which up-skills their existing workforce and supports SMEs to adopt new technologies to increase productivity, and competitiveness and enable entry into emerging markets.
ESF Humber Digital Skills has received £482.991.64 in co-financing from the ESF with 422 participants benefiting from the project activities.
ESF Humber Work Experience Pilot
ESF Humber Work Experience Pilot project provides support to SMEs across Humber Region to engage with education and training institutions and provide meaningful interactions with employers for young people to encourage better links with businesses, equipping students with the skills to meet local business needs.
ESF Humber Work Experience Project is delivered in partnership with Bishop Burton College.
ESF Humber Experience Pilot Project received £499,528.68 in co-financing from the ESF with 132 SMEs benefiting from the project activities.
ESF Learning Employment and Progression (LEAP)
ESF Learning Employment, and Progression project provides support to inactive and unemployed participants across Greater Lincolnshire who are currently facing multiple and complex challenges by equipping them with the skills and knowledge required for sustainable work opportunities or progression into further education or training.
ESF Learning Employment and Progression project is delivered in partnership with other colleges across Lincolnshire including Bishop Burton College, Boston College, Grantham College, and Lincoln College.
ESF Learning Employment and Progression project received £4,231,721.75 in co-financing from the ESF with 1847 inactive and unemployed participants benefiting from the project activities.