The Black Country Technical Assistance Team maximises the take up and impact of the European Structural and Investment Funds Programme. The Team provides technical advisory support, ensuring that quality proposals are designed in accordance with ESIF and national funding requirements. The Team facilitates wide ranging access to the Programme, through stakeholder engagement and capacity building activity, and increases visibility of ESIF funding in the sub-region.
Steps to Work are the lead organisation for a new and exciting £10.6 million Black Country-wide Building Better Opportunities project funded jointly by the Big Lottery Fund and European Union through the European Social Fund. A partnership of 28 organisations across the Black Country will support thousands of people over the age of 25 to...View Article
Aim for Gold is part-funded through the European Regional Development Fund. The Programme is specifically designed to help support local small and medium-sized enterprises to achieve their full potential.
Walsall and Wolverhampton City Council, Environment Agency, Canal and River Trust and the Birmingham and Black Country Wildlife...View Article>>
The Black Country Impact has successfully achieved up to £51 million of funding to deliver a two year project that will address the barriers faced by unemployed individuals aged 15-29 years, supporting them to secure a brighter future through employment, training and education.