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supporting welfare to work providers

Acknowledgements

We would like to thank the following people who have contributed to this guide:

Jane Barmer (Age UK Training)
Liz Bavidge (Bavidge Consulting)
Claire Dawson (Russell, Jones & Walker Solicitors)
Jan Faber (Life Academy)
Keith Frost (TAEN)
Leigh Henderson
Anne Hewitson (TAEN)
Stephen McNair (NIACE)
Peter Pearson (Acumen Partnership)
Graham Smith (Senior Studies Institute, University of Strathclyde)
Michelle Spirit (Spirit Research & Evaluation)
Corinna Stowell (TAEN)
Judith Taylor (PRIME)
Jan Townsend (Kennedy Scott)
Barbara Watkins (TAEN consultant)
Nick Wilson (Carne Wilson)
Graham Burton (St Mungo's)

 

We are also grateful to the following organisations who have provided case studies, and other resources:

Addaction
Age Concern Camden
Age Concern North Tyneside
Age UK Milton Keynes
Age UK Training
Avanta
A4E
BEST
Bootstrap Enterprises
Business Support Kent
Highway to Opportunities / Postive Steps, Oldham
Kennedy Scott
Nacro
New Challenge
Older Workers Employment Network
Paritas
Pertemps People Development Group 
Portsmouth City Council
PRIME
RBLI
Reed in Partnership
Reading Job Club
Shaw Trust
Seetec
The Foundation for Jobseekers
The intraining Group
The Plus Team
TNG
Tomorow's People Plymouth
Tribal Employability and Skills
Vedas
Wise Owls
WorkWise.

Disclaimer
This site is for help and information only. It is not meant as an authoritative guide. It is not meant as an authoritative statement of the law, and future changes in the law and other programmes and initiatives could make it less accurate at times. TAEN, the Department for Work and Pensions and the European Social Fund take no responsibility for your use of the information. You should always take professional advice on any specific legal or financial matter.