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Programme Documents

All 2018/19 TDN Programme documents for Apprenticeships and AEB funding are live in the members area of the website.

These are the only documents that should be used for any starts funded through TDN from 1st August 2018.

Should you have any questions please contact the team on 01773 744081

YMCA Derbyshire is a dynamic charity which provides a safe front door for young people and homeless adults, alongside supportive learning environments for young learners.

They strive to ensure all accommodation services are appropriate for their residents and of a high quality.

You will be based in Derby on a temporary contract providing maternity cover working 35 hours per week and the salary is £29,000

We have some last-minute availability for our Safeguarding course this Friday (6th July)

This is part of our CPD events programme and it is aimed at Designated Safeguarding Leads, Managers and Tutors looking to update or refresh their Safeguarding knowledge.

With high profile Adult Safeguarding issues such as Domestic Abuse, the Coercive Control law, mandatory reporting for Female Genital Mutilation and the PREVENT UK Counter-terrorism strategy increasingly making the media headlines - How current is your safeguarding knowledge?

Have you looked at the D2N2 Growth Hub Funding News page lately?

There are a whole host of different funding streams listed there to help businesses within the D2N2 LEP area. The latest update includes the GigaBit Broadband Voucher Scheme which can be used by small businesses and the local communities surrounding them to contribute to the installation cost of a gigabit capable connection

More details are on the D2N2 website



A new trial will enable AEB providers to fully fund learners, who are employed and in receipt of a low wage and cannot contribute towards the cost of co-funding fees.

The one-year trial, for the 2018 to 2019 funding year, will enable more eligible adults to access AEB funding.

This will help to increase AEB participation and lift social mobility barriers to learning for those who would not otherwise engage due to course fees being unaffordable. It will also support those that are in low paid employment and are wanting to further progress in work and in their chosen career.