we work with government

Government

Each year we work with more than 500,000 young people and adults by providing high quality services on behalf of government departments and agencies. We have developed innovative, effective ways to maintain services while facing cuts in expenditure.

Prospects works with many government departments and agencies including Department for Education (DfE), Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), Ministry of Justice, Cabinet Office and the Skills Funding Agency.

Our Approach

  • Innovation and real understanding of service needs and priorities, designing programmes to meet them
  • Individual support for service users when they need it most
  • Value for money

Our work with government departments and agencies

  • The Work Programme, the government’s initiative to help long-term unemployed people back to work, as a prime contractor in the South West and a major subcontractor in London and Bristol. Find out more about our Work Programme delivery
  • National Careers Service; information, advice and guidance (IAG) services for adults, contracted with the Skills Funding Agency as the prime contractor in Greater London, South West, West Midlands and Yorkshire and the Humber (part of a Joint Venture).
  • ‘In custody offer’ of the National Careers Service in all prisons in Greater London. South West, West Midlands and Yorkshire and Humberside.  Find out more about Prospects National Career Service delivery
  • Welsh Government Youth Entrepreneurship Services (YES) for schools, including a primary school competition and bringing inspirational role models to the secondary classroom. Click here to find out more about Youth Entrepreneurship Services for schools in Wales
  • Department for Education, Academies and Free Schools Educational Services Framework, providing educational consultancy to support new academies and free schools. 
  • Mutuals Development; Patrick Burns, Prospects Director of Mutuals Development, is a Cabinet office Mutuals Support Programme Ambassador and Mentor ‘spinning out’ public service mutuals. Find out more about Prospects Mutuals Development
  • Youth Contract support for 16 and 17 year old NEETs, on behalf of the Education Funding Agency, across London, the West Midlands, Yorkshire and the Humber
  • Skills Funding Agency programmes funded by the European Social Fund, supporting vulnerable, disadvantaged young people and adults to move nearer and into the labour market and sustain themselves in learning and work.

Who to contact

If you are interested in finding out more about our work with Government please contact:

Phyllida Perrett
Director of Strategic Development

[T] 020 8315 1544
[E] email me

Quick Links

Department of Education

Department for Work and Pensions

Ministry of Justice

Cabinet Office

Skills Funding Agency

Natiional Careers Service

Welsh Government