Tyne North Training Limited uses subcontracting partners to ensure learners are provided with the most appropriate training enabling them to experience a value-added learning journey. Our subcontracting partners are chosen for their expertise in their specific subject areas and their suitability is confirmed via a due diligence assessment.
To ensure the standard of all subcontracting delivery is in accordance with the expectations of both Tyne North Training and associated funding organisations a Contract details quality monitoring arrangements. This level of monitoring is proportionate to the duration and scope of delivery. Tyne North Training will work with subcontractors to support them implement any improvement requirements identified via the monitoring activities.
The fees charged by Tyne North Training to the subcontractor will generally be in the region of 20% of the funding provided by the appropriate funding body. This level is variable and is determined on a case by case basis. This may result in some agreements being outside this range. Items considered when negotiating the fees are:
The payment schedule will be agreed between Tyne North Training and the subcontractor during the initial contract negotiation. The agreed payment schedule will be detailed within the Contract document. The final payment will be used to provide a reconciliation opportunity for both parties.
This policy forms the basis of the detail within the agreed Contract document. The Contract document will be reviewed and agreed on a basis appropriate to the size and duration of the contract. For example, a contract covering a whole academic year will be reviewed on an annual basis to accommodate funding changes, cost changes etc.
Upon completion of a contract for subcontracted provision delivery details of the delivery can be obtained upon request from Tyne North Training. This information will include:
Please Note: This information is only available for the subcontracted delivery of full programmes or whole frameworks, defined as provision delivery. It is not available for the subcontracted delivery of parts of programmes or parts of an apprenticeship framework, defined as delivery of a service.
(TNT Policy: TNTPOL15 06-Apr-2017)
(This policy is reviewed and updated to align with the requirements of the most recently published ESFA Funding Rules)
Tyne North Training currently has not subcontracted provision delivery for the Education & Skills Funding Agency funding year 2018 to 2019. The subcontracting that is taking place is for the delivery of components within apprenticeship programmes.
This document details the provision delivery subcontracted by Tyne North Training during the Education & Skills Funding Agency funding year 2017 to 2018.
This document details the provision delivery subcontracted by Tyne North Training during the Education and Skills Funding Agency funding year 2016 to 2017.
Tyne North Training did not subcontract any provision delivery during the Skills Funding Agency funding year 2015 to 2016. The subcontracting that did take place was only for the delivery of services; as defined in the Skills Funding Agency’s funding rules.
Tyne North Training did not subcontract any provision delivery during the Skills Funding Agency funding year 2014 to 2015. The subcontracting that did take place was only for the delivery of services; as defined in the Skills Funding Agency’s funding rules
This document details the provision delivery subcontracted by Tyne North Training during the Skills Funding Agency funding year 2013 to 2014.