Skills Capital Funding

The focus of the Skills Capital Fund is to provide high quality learning facilities that contribute to economic growth and meet labour market requirements. Skills capital projects may include new buildings, refurbishment of poor quality buildings, new equipment and software.

You can read more about our successful Skills Capital Funded projects on our Skills Infrastructure page.

Skills Capital funding – Call for Proposals 17th July – 28th July 2017 [Closed]

The invitation to apply for skills capital funding has now closed. The nineteen applications received by the Local Enterprise Partnership have now been assessed and scores moderated. Eight have been notified that they will be progressed to the next stage – the presentation of proposals.

All applicants with successful proposals have been reminded that funding is not guaranteed; funding will only be allocated at the stage when a full business case has been appraised and a subsequent Funding Agreement issued and signed by both parties.

The project proposals progressing to the presentation stage are:

  1. Bishop Burton – Digital Platform
  2. Bishop Burton – Construction Centre of Excellence
  3. Craven College – Employer Hub
  4. GIFHE – Scarborough TEC
  5. East Riding College – TEC
  6. Derwent Training Association – READ Project
  7. East Riding Council – EES Digital
  8. Askham Bryan College – Future Farm Skills

Other invitations to bid for Local Growth Fund have been offered by the Local Enterprise Partnership. If applications are considered more suitable with other funding opportunities then a decision may be made to transfer. The flow chart at the bottom of this page gives details.

Previous documents:

You can find the eligibility criteria here and Outline Application form here under the ‘funding’ tab as well as the  scoring matrix (here), that were used for the most recent Skills Capital Funding calls for proposals.

If you would like to get in touch you can do so at: [email protected]