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Community-based English Language competition: stage 2 prospectus

This publication was withdrawn on 19 August 2016

The application process has closed.

This is a competition to discover and support organisations than can deliver community-based English language programmes.

Documents

Community-based English Language competition: stage 2 prospectus

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Community-based English Language competition: stage 2 application form

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Community-based English Language competition: stage 2 finance form

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Detail

We want to use this competition to discover innovative ways of delivering community-based English language programmes that will help to integrate participants into their local communities.

Stage 2 requires entrants to complete a full, detailed business case for their project proposals. Interested organisations are invited to submit their business case using the application form and proformas attached to the prospectus. Applications will need to demonstrate precisely how their proposed project meets the department’s aims, outcomes and criteria.

It is not necessary to have entered stage 1 in order to enter stage 2 of the competition.

The deadline for submitting stage 2 applications has now closed. We have received 44 high standard entries and would like to thank entrants for their interest in the competition.

We will announce the winning organisations in early autumn 2013.