Warrington Collegiate works with a number of partner organisations to deliver provision funded by the Skills Funding Agency (SFA) and the Education Funding Agency (EFA).
Please refer to our Subcontracting Policies for more information on our processes and procedures:
- Subcontracting Policy
- Subcontracting Intervention Policy
- Supply Chain Fees and Charges Policy
- Additions to Supply Chain Fees and Charges 2014 - 2015 and 2015 - 2016
When a subcontracting opportunity is available, the information provided in the EOI will be reviewed by the subcontracting team who will check against regional/national needs and College aims. You will then enter the Due Diligence stage which is a robust process to determine if the business is financially sound and able to provide a high quality standard of provision to our learners.
The following checks will be made before any contracts are approved:
(You will be required to provide financial information including gross turnover and net profit/surplus, plus we require audited accounts for the most recent 2 financial years)
As part of our approval process, you will be required to abide by the guiding principles of our Common Accord, in which the main focus is to offer the best possible learning experience to our learners.
We would also expect you to share our values and work together ensuring that both parties have:
- Clear expectations
- Mutual respect
- Ethics and confidentiality
Finally, when all the documentation is completed satisfactorily, you will be invited to attend a meeting to discuss contract requirements and content before a contract is awarded.