Building alliances with expert partners is a core part of our mission and it means that strong partnerships underpin everything we do.

The Ingeus Partner Network includes national and community charities and a wide variety of organisations from across the public and private sectors.

We regularly seek new partners to help us deliver particular services such as engaging hard-to-reach groups, supporting people to overcome a range of barriers, delivering vocational training and providing expert advice and advocacy services.

The 'Working with Ingeus' guide is available here and details what we look for in our delivery partners, how to get involved and what support our partners can expect from us during the subcontracting process. Please take a look to find out more.

For delivery partners looking to work with us in Skills, in line with the SFA's funding rules please find our Supply Chain Fees and Charges Policy for Skills here.

We work in partnership with over 70 organisations from our extensive Partner Network. These organisations provide a range of support services, from employability, youth services, skills training and support for offenders and ex-offenders, to support for those with a disability or health condition.

In every area where Ingeus deliver services we have strong strategic relationships with local stakeholders including Jobcentre Plus, local authorities, city regions, Primary Care Trusts, educational establishments and with other providers to ensure our programmes are fully integrated with the local delivery landscape.