Research and analysis

A partnership for improvement in skills and development

Ofsted good practice example showing how Skills and Development Alliance uses a consortium of community-based providers.

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Faced with the challenge of the ‘Minimum Contract Value’ requirements, nine community-based organisations decided to form an equal partnership. Based on shared values and aspirations, the Skills and Development Alliance has robust structures to support it and protect all members.

Published 16 October 2012