Guidance on how to test within UK Futures Programme projects and on sharing learning.
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The UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES) is running a programme of competitions that target specific workforce development problems. The purpose of the programme is to learn what does and does not work. It is therefore important that the impact of every project can be evaluated and any insights can be shared.
This guidance document explains:
- what UKCES expects of applicants
- how to design projects so that their success can be measured
- the support available to applicants for testing and sharing learning
This is one of six separate UKCES Futures Programme guidance documents. The other five are:
- Engaging a wide range of employers
- Potential for impact
- Types of project
- Private and public contributions
You can download all the content in a single UK Future Programme guidance document.
There is an additional guide which provides information on the assessment criteria.
For more information please visit the UK Futures Programme introduction page.