ERSA welcomes the publication this week of the Guide for skills and welfare to work providers: Dispelling myths and issues.
This is a collaborative piece of work, created by ERSA (The Employment Related Services Association), AELP (The Association of Employment and Learning Providers), AoC (The Association of Colleges) and NIACE (National Institute of Adult Continuing Education).
The guide aims to dispel and tackle some of the myths, misconceptions and issues about partnership working between welfare-to-work programme providers and skills providers In England.
Kirsty McHugh, ERSA Chief Executive, said:
“This guide is the culmination of ongoing joint work between key bodies in the employment and skills sector.
“We hope that this will encourage and support greater partnership working between these two sectors.”
The guide can be found here.