The Learning Curve Partnership is a way for voluntary and community organisations to work together to increase learning for all.
Learning Curve is proud to be working with more than 30 delivery partner organisations across the South of England who together provide considerable learning experiences for a wide range of disadvantaged learners. Our delivery partners offer everything from Apprenticeships, ESOL and functional skills to hairdressing and horticulture enabling learners to gain new skills and confidence in a supportive environment, helping them to progress on to further learning, volunteering or paid employment.
Any voluntary or community organisation in the region delivering learning, either for its staff, volunteers, trustees, service users, or the community can apply to become a Learning Curve Delivery Partner. If you would like to find out more about becoming a Learning Curve Delivery Partner, please contact the Partnership Team.
Learning Curve provides support and advice to Delivery Partners in a variety of ways:
- Dedicated team to support partner organisations in all aspects of their Learning Curve funding and delivery
- Up to 3 Partner Seminars a year across the region to provide information and updates as well as an opportunity to network with other partners in your area
- Invitations to attend free tutor training sessions
- Regular Partner updates
- Visit from Partnership team member
- Discounts on Learning Curve training courses
For information about our current Delivery Partners, including a brief overview of their work, contact, location and website details see Delivery Partners Listings
The Learning Curve office provides the administrative hub and is an approved adult education provider. Staff can advise on funding streams, course development, paperwork, venues, tutors, and other issues.
For information about approved qualifications for funded learning, please use the following links or contact us at the email link below:
Ofqual: The Register of Regulated Qualifications
The above qualifications need to be checked against the Learning Aims Reference Application (LARA) for fundability: