Useful information for large national organisation grant holders
If you’re a grant holder for a large national organisation, you’ll find some useful information and resources on this page.
Registering subsidiaries that you want to claim funding for
To apply for funding from us, you’ll need to ensure you have completed an up to date organisation declaration form. It should include the names of all subsidiaries that you’re applying for funding for.
This confirms agreement to the terms which all employers accessing WDF are bound by.
Any grant holder who has accessed WDF directly from Skills for Care in previous years does not need to complete a new declaration form unless they are linking new establishments to their grant. By continuing to access WDF employers are bound by the current terms.
Making a claim for WDF
How to put together a Workforce Development Fund (WDF) claim 2016/17 will support you to make a claim.
Grant holders can access the funds in their grant agreement by making a claim to Skills for Care.
You must complete a claims submission form for every claim made.
Grant milestones for 2016-17
Funding claims need to be submitted to Skills for Care by the grant holder in line with the grant milestones:
- 30 June 2016 - 10% of grant claimed
- 30 September 2016 - 30% of grant claimed
- 28 November 2016 - 50% of grant claimed
- 30 January 2017 - 70% of grant claimed
- 31 March 2017 - 100% of grant claimed
National Minimum Data Set for Social Care (NMDS-SC) offer of support
The NMDS-SC offer of support for large national organisations has been developed to outline how we can support you to help your members complete the NMDS-SC as required.