Bassetlaw public and third sector partnership (BPTSP) - What are we working on?

What We Are Working On

We have prioritised four main themes. There is already some excellent work going on across the District but in these areas we felt there was some additional work we could do, and this is what we are working on:-

ASPIRE
Giving local young people the best possible start and enabling all to reach their potential

 

 Priority projects

  1. Create 30 additional apprenticeship opportunities with local small or medium sized employers by 2015 through provision of a wage subsidy
  2. Raise aspirations by: -
    • Identifying and funding young entrepreneurs
    • Increasing skills through volunteering
    • Publicising the achievements of local learners of all ages
    • Making strong links with Children’s Centres
    • Running specific event(s) to promote these aims
  3. Raise the resilience and self-esteem of local people by delivering programmes that work in communities that need this support eg. ’5 steps to well-being’
  4. Provide further training for volunteers who are delivering community outreach projects in Shireoaks and Rhodesia – so that this approach can be extended to other areas

 

HEALTHIER
Improving the health of the most vulnerable adults and supporting long-term carers

 

Priority projects

  1. Carers – understanding the needs of carers and working to address those needs
  2. Befriending – ensuring local schemes work and gaps in provision are addressed
  3. Transport – promoting co-ordination of existing schemes and encouraging more innovative use of existing resources
SAFER
Making Bassetlaw a safe place to live, work, visit and do business with the support of active citizens

 

Priority projects

  1. Re-design services to reduce demand and achieve better outcomes earlier
  2. Consult communities to understand the high demand for services
  3. Work with retailers to reduce prolific shop theft

 

PROSPER
Maximising opportunities to grow the local economy

 

The private sector is best placed to understand what needs to happen to make our local economy grow. We have an exciting and active private sector partnership in place and we will be supporting them to achieve more for our local economy.

Bassetlaw Community Partnership aims to

  • Increase aspirations
  • Renew pride in the District
  • Create personal responsibility
  • Re-build communities
  • Regenerate the economy
  • See the benefits of improved health for all through the above initiatives  

 

 


Last Updated on Friday, July 26, 2019

What We Are Working On

We have prioritised four main themes. There is already some excellent work going on across the District but in these areas we felt there was some additional work we could do, and this is what we are working on:-

ASPIRE
Giving local young people the best possible start and enabling all to reach their potential

 

 Priority projects

  1. Create 30 additional apprenticeship opportunities with local small or medium sized employers by 2015 through provision of a wage subsidy
  2. Raise aspirations by: -
    • Identifying and funding young entrepreneurs
    • Increasing skills through volunteering
    • Publicising the achievements of local learners of all ages
    • Making strong links with Children’s Centres
    • Running specific event(s) to promote these aims
  3. Raise the resilience and self-esteem of local people by delivering programmes that work in communities that need this support eg. ’5 steps to well-being’
  4. Provide further training for volunteers who are delivering community outreach projects in Shireoaks and Rhodesia – so that this approach can be extended to other areas

 

HEALTHIER
Improving the health of the most vulnerable adults and supporting long-term carers

 

Priority projects

  1. Carers – understanding the needs of carers and working to address those needs
  2. Befriending – ensuring local schemes work and gaps in provision are addressed
  3. Transport – promoting co-ordination of existing schemes and encouraging more innovative use of existing resources
SAFER
Making Bassetlaw a safe place to live, work, visit and do business with the support of active citizens

 

Priority projects

  1. Re-design services to reduce demand and achieve better outcomes earlier
  2. Consult communities to understand the high demand for services
  3. Work with retailers to reduce prolific shop theft

 

PROSPER
Maximising opportunities to grow the local economy

 

The private sector is best placed to understand what needs to happen to make our local economy grow. We have an exciting and active private sector partnership in place and we will be supporting them to achieve more for our local economy.

Bassetlaw Community Partnership aims to

  • Increase aspirations
  • Renew pride in the District
  • Create personal responsibility
  • Re-build communities
  • Regenerate the economy
  • See the benefits of improved health for all through the above initiatives  

Last Updated on Friday, July 26, 2019