Atlantic and Moor LAG
Atlantic and Moor LAG
The following provides you with greater detail regarding our current calls and allows you the opportunity to download the call specification.
To view the LAG areas specific strategies please visit the Atlantic and Moor Cornwall LAG page.
Call 1: AMLAG01: Bude & Food – Support and skills development for unemployed / inactive Adults (18+) relating to hospitality, food and beverage services in the Bude area.
We are seeking projects that engage with local unemployed and economically inactive
residents in the eligible area of Bude; as well as local hospitality businesses to
identify recruitment needs and local skills shortages. Projects will deliver a level of ‘skills
development’ relevant to the needs of participants and move them into employment, into
further formal learning or closer to the workforce. Project should seek to address soft skills
such as increasing confidence, raising aspiration and boosting self-esteem before participants
commence non-accredited and accredited training.
Call 2: AMLAG02 Working with Housing Providers to support their tenants across the AMLAG Core Areas.
Applicants for these projects must demonstrate their ability to engage with local unemployed
and economically inactive residents in eligible communities across the AMLAG area,
through relevant Housing Associations. These projects must deliver a level of training,
relevant to the needs of participants and move them closer to the workforce. This may
include addressing soft skills such as increasing confidence, raising aspiration and boosting
Call 3: AMLAG03: Working with tenants of public and private housing provision (including Houses of Multiple Occupation) as well as homeowners to develop basic home and property maintenance skills in the CLLD Core areas of Newquay and St Columb Minor.
We seek projects which demonstrate ability to engage with landlords and their unemployed /
inactive tenants or with private homeowners that will develop skills linked to DIY home
improvement. These Projects will utilise existing housing stock as the training ground for
delivering practical experience opportunities.