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Tag Archives: Bid Applications in Norfolk

Given how competitive funding now is, securing successful bid applications in Norfolk isn’t easy. Fortunately, M+C have a track record of successful bids! Grants and funding come across various sectors. From education all the way through to leisure and sport. The problem is that everybody wants a greater piece of an ever-diminishing pie. As a firm, we’ve secured successful CIF (Condition Improvement Fund) funding applications on numerous occasions, and have become well-trusted because of this. The Government grants CIF to schools for structural repair works, and is highly competitive as a result. It is just one of the many different grants available. In order for your bid applications in Norfolk to be successful, then you need to use a firm of trust and distinction.

Investigating the Further Education Capital Transformation Fund (FECTF)

The Further Education Capital Transformation Fund (FECTF) is a Government fund aimed at tackling poor estate condition within designated Further Education (FE) institutions and colleges. The FECTF has been set up as part of the Government’s £1.5 billion commitment to transforming FE institutions over the next half a decade. The aim of the fund is to significantly reduce the number of FE college estates deemed to be in an “unsatisfactory condition”. Full details of the FECTF from the UK Government can be found here, but for the sake of ease, the team here at Munday + Cramer, who offer extensive […]

A workshop where T-Levels take place is the sort of structure that might benefit from the Further Education Capital Transformation Fund (FECTF)

What Are T-Levels And Why Are They Important?

Every once in a while, the education sector sees a landmark change or addition. Something that’s brought in with the intention of improving, both the students’ experience, and their chances of employment beyond school. The Government’s introduction of T-Levels is one such change. These new qualifications, which are somewhat similar to A-Levels, though more vocationally focused, are initially being wheeled out from this September, with further T-Level qualifications being introduced in 2021, 2022 and 2023. The team here at Munday + Cramer, who offer bid applications in Essex, Kent, Norfolk, Suffolk and London, wanted to look at the qualifications in […]

A workshop, the sort which may be in use for the Government's new vocationally focused T-Level qualifications.