Thriving at Work – New ESF Partnership Call

Application Deadline – Wednesday 4th September 2019, 5pm

Your Consortium have an exciting opportunity for partners in York, North Yorkshire and East Riding to apply for a role within our new delivery partnership.

Thriving at Work is an exciting new programme aiming to provide support for employees and SME businesses by raising the awareness and understanding of neurodiversity, mental health conditions, disabilities and health conditions within the workplace.

Your Consortium is bringing together a partnership of front line organisations to deliver support that helps people to Thrive at Work including:

  • Individual Support – support packages for workers with disabilities and neurodivergence to raise aspirations, increase skills, support career progression and provide support to navigate the workplace.
  • Support for Organisations – to inspire culture change and disclosure, practical support with recruitment and HR policies and procedures, awareness raising about Access to Work and promotion of Disability Confident and Mindful Employer marks
  • Manager Training – training for managers ranging from raising awareness to fully-certified programmes about understanding and effectively managing mental health, disabilities, health conditions and neurodiversity and the promotion of tools and resources to support managers.
  • Train the Trainer – to design and deliver specialist training for adult education tutors with a focus on accessibility for learners with neurodivergence and mental health conditions

Please use the links below to download the application guidance, form and costs and deliverables appendix.

Thriving at Work – application guidance

Thriving at Work – partner application form

Appendix 1 – Costs and Deliverables


Please Note: There has been a minor amendment to Appendix 1 – Costs and Deliverables.  If you downloaded the document before  before Friday the 23rd August 2019 please download a new updated version using the link above.
Thank you






Thriving at Work is funded by the European Social Fund and match-funded by the Department for Work and Pensions.