Seetec Pluss is delighted to have won a place on the new Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) Commercial Agreement for Employment and Health Related Services (CAEHRS).

The CAEHRS framework is designed to facilitate the provision of all employment and health related services for the government and will support the delivery of the DWP’s strategic priorities to help people with a wide range of barriers to enter into and progress at work. The framework will be the primary route to market for all employment and health-related programmes.

Competing alongside 61 other organisations, Seetec Pluss is one of 28 organisations to be awarded a place on the framework and was successful in all four of the regions which we bid for, as well as a place on the national framework. We are now be able to bid for Tier 1 or Tier 2* contracts in the following areas:

  • Southern England (Tier 1)
  • North East England (Tier 2)
  • North West England (Tier 2)
  • London & Home Counties (Tier 2)
  • National Lot (all opportunities)

We are really looking forward to collaborating with potential partners across these areas, and would love to hear from any organisations who share our values and are interested in working with us.

Chris Harrison, Executive Director for Employability at Seetec Pluss, said “We are delighted to have secured a place on the CAEHRS framework in every region where we currently deliver contracts, as well as a place on the national framework.

“This gives us a fantastic opportunity to build on the high quality employability and health services that Seetec Pluss, Pluss CIC and our fantastic partners currently deliver, positively changing the lives of tens of thousands of people, their families and communities each year.”

For more information and to speak to us about partnership opportunities, please visit our partnership portal.

*Tier 1 providers will be able to bid for contracts over £11 million per annum and Tier 2 providers will be able to bid for contracts from £2 million up to £11 million per annum.


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