Seetec Group confirms start of Seetec Pluss delivery
Today the Seetec group confirms the commencement of its latest business line Seetec Pluss Ltd.
Specialising in designing and delivering employability programmes on behalf of national, regional and local government, Seetec Pluss will initially be responsible for managing DWP Work and Health programme contracts previously delivered by Pluss Community Interest Company (CIC) as well as Seetec’s existing DWP ESF subcontracts.
Operating from sites across the South, North West and East of England, Seetec Pluss will work closely with central, regional and local government, the third sector and business to support people into work and to progress their career.
Pluss CIC joined the Seetec group in April 2019, and will continue to deliver programmes that support thousands of people each year to develop skills and enter the world of work. This includes programmes funded via the Big Lottery European Social Fund, local authorities and the NHS as well as its South West based manufacturing business.
Speaking about the start of trading within Seetec Pluss, Seetec Executive Director of Employability Chris Harrison said:
"After months of close working with new colleagues in Pluss, I am excited to see Seetec Pluss commence delivery of DWP’s flagship Work and Health employability programme as a prime contractor in the Southern region and as a subcontractor partner to Ingeus in the North West and Greater Manchester Combined Authority, and to REED on their DWP ESF Work Routes programme in Cambridgeshire, Peterborough and Hertfordshire. I look forward to seeing what our fully and formally integrated teams will achieve, drawing on 80 years’ combined experience of delivering national and local employment programmes, enabling thousands of people to access work and the opportunities it brings.
“Working with service users, commissioners and partners across the country, our ambition is to grow Seetec Pluss and Pluss CIC, developing even more innovative, impactful services that help individuals, communities and businesses to thrive.”