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Post by Lucy on Wed Jun 06, 2018 6:21 pm


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Re: Skills Conditionality Provider?

Post by Non Deficere on Thu Jun 07, 2018 8:24 am

Lucy wrote:
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Hello and welcome Lucy.

The providers are different in every area.  Usually it is a college and the Careers Service

Skills Conditionality & The Skills Offer - England
The Skills Offer - Overview
1. The Skills Offer delivers provision designed to help claimants gain and
develop skills necessary to enter the labour market.
2. Advice and guidance on careers, training, funding and other assistance is
also available from the National Careers Service.
3. Provision is delivered by colleges and independent training providers
funded by the Skills Funding Agency.

https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/191520/response/476604/attach/5/Skills%20Guide%20Ch3%20England%20Skills%20Conditionality.pdf

The group session is not normally mandatory.  How were you directed and what did the paper mandate state please?

The scheme is mandatory.  DWP will send the relevant information to the provider.

You should not need to sign anything.
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Re: Skills Conditionality Provider?

Post by Admin on Thu Jun 07, 2018 12:34 pm

many have been through the provider sent to

but many including me have refused to sign anything of the providers

do watch out for the provider making there own agreement to sign as many have tried this and if you dont they throw a sanction your way a refusing to participate

this can be beaten though
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Re: Skills Conditionality Provider?

Post by Jara on Thu Jun 07, 2018 5:04 pm

Admin wrote:many have been through the provider sent to

but many including me have refused to sign anything of the providers

do watch out for the provider making there own agreement to sign as many have tried this and if you dont they throw a sanction your way a refusing to participate

this can be beaten though

I had friends going on courses where they had to write CV's and such. I believe it was under the "Skills Conditionality" scheme. Some of them had to initially fill in a form (at the course premise) with their name, email, address, education history and such. Are you saying they could have refused filling in these forms?

They also had to write CV's and write smaller essays/reports on different things, I guess that's mandatory as it's required to participate in the scheme.

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Re: Skills Conditionality Provider?

Post by Admin on Fri Jun 08, 2018 10:13 am

depends on a persons participation

even for the skills coarse theres alot of data you can refuse to put on any documents as its private when on these coarses

the reference is when a provider is collecting info for there cvs and yes this has been done by some providers who have put claimants forward by the providers people

however use of these illegal cv is illegal some providers have faked consent and used collected data and sent out to prospective cvs to employers

many have questioned where they had gotten the cv from and many have made it very clear that they havent sent it and asked for a copy of the document as it comes under dpa reference

not forgetting they didnt sign the consent forms either

what we did was omit these certain details as they are collecting data for 2 purposes dwp and there own

you only provide what they have already

name, address and thats it Very Happy

many still got a failure to participate but what area did you fail to participate ?
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