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Funding

The City of Edinburgh Council is committed to the delivery of appropriate funding support for the Joined Up for Jobs network.

The responsibility for the City of Edinburgh Council's investment in the JUFJ network sits with Employability and Skills. They have produced an Integrated Employability Service Commissioning Strategy to set out the future plan on how services will be procured and leads on the development and implementaion of the Strategic Skills Pipeline. The work of Employability and Skills links directly to the Council's Strategy for Jobs aims and objectives.

The Capital City Partnership is the monitoring arm of Employability and Skills and has a key role to play in Edinburgh's Jobs Strategy 'Joined Up For Jobs'. Its key tasks are to advise, support and develop the city's Jobs Strategy and Partnership and to contract, performance manage and improve the outcomes from all of the city's locally funded employability services.

 

The Challenge Fund is administered by Capital City Partnership for City of Edinburgh Council and is a yearly application

Information on the ESF Priority 5 Strategic Skills Pipeline and future ESF developments

Details on the funding of the Integrated Employability Service Hubs Consortium

Information on the Employability Fund which includes the old Get Ready for Work and Training for Work funding streams.

Making it Work helps families in Edinburgh through Big Lottery funding

Service Level Agreements for support in Childcare and Disability

The Youth Employability Fund helps unemployed 16-24 year olds and is targeted at private sector employers.