Sandwell Adult and Family Learning (SAFL) wishes to commission provision to support local voluntary and community sector organisations to deliver learning opportunities to targeted priority groups of residents. Any organisation that receives funding from SAFL will be classed as a subcontractor.
Important update. Subcontracting Programme 2022/2023 Now Closed
|Release of the 2022-2023 Learning offer||20th May 2022|
|Invitations to submit applications for delivery to commence from August 2022||20th May 2022 - 10th June 2022|
|Notification of results from Project Appraisal Panel||28th June 2022|
|W/C 4th July 2022|
Application Process for the Partnership Delivery 2022 - 2023
All applications for funding will be received using the Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council procurement process. If you are interested in submitting an application, please complete an application form available from the Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council procurement web page
To access the full specification and application form, organisations will need to be registered on the Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council procurement system
Key Dates: Applications
Please note: Applications will be approved subject to sufficient funds being available. Projects can be short or long but all activity must be completed by 30th June 2021
Learner Fees Policy
Our courses are subsidised by the West Midlands Combined Authority. The fee quoted in the prospectus or on our course finder, is the learner’s contribution towards the cost of the courses. We are aware of the current economic situation and many of us will be affected by changing circumstances. In these difficult financial times we believe that our competitive fee pricing compares very favourably with other colleges and learning providers in the area.
Tuition Fees are based on £3.50 per guided learning hours.
In addition, some exam-based courses may require a registration fee and/or exam fee. For some practical courses you may need to buy some materials or tools.
Fee Discounts and Remission
Fee discounts for those on JSA/ESA/Universal Credit or active benefits will apply. Literacy and Numeracy courses including Family Literacy Language and Numeracy throughout the service continue to be FREE.
See our Policy Document below for full details
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