Educational engagement commissioned funding

August 9, 2016 1:54 pm

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Applications for this funding are now open and will close on 3 October 2016.

These funds focus on CITB’s strategic priorities for skills and training, identified through consultation with industry. The aim of the Education Engagement option is to encourage and promote collaboration and there are three themes, with defined outcomes.

Commissioned funding approach

Commissioned funding is a new way of approaching funding for CITB. You can apply to deliver a specific project that has predefined outcomes and ways to achieve the outcomes.

This approach differs from the other Flexible and Structured funding options where we do not define specific outcomes or how to achieve them.

Commissioning themes

There are three funding options (called ‘themes’) to choose from under the educational engagement – commissioned funding.

Click the links below to find out about the three themes and how to apply:

Help and advice

If you have any questions about the commissioned funding options, please contact CITB on:

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