Expression of Interest assessment criteria
Projects will be assessed by the selection panel against the criteria outlined below:
- All Expressions of Interest will be subject to the Value-for-Money criterion.
- Assessment criteria 1 and 2 have not been weighted as failure to meet these criteria will automatically nullify your project proposal.
- A weighting has been applied to assessment criteria 3 - 9 to reflect their relative importance in the assessment of expressions of interest.
|Does not duplicate any current (pre-2024) or completed FLP projects and declares any other contributory funding to the project.
|That the provider has the capability and experience to deliver the project, which is demonstrated by a good track record for delivering projects on time and meeting project milestones.
|The project clearly describes what it is trying to achieve and how it aligns with one or more of the FLP aims and will develop resources that can be shared across the sector.
|The project demonstrates improved delivery of education and training programs for learners by addressing barriers for parents and families
|The project uses formal and informal learning activities to help parents and families experiencing barriers to education to start a pathway to further education and employment, by growing collaborative partnerships between participating LLPs, community-based organisations, and other educational and employment services.
|The project has well-developed outcomes, outputs, measures, and timelines and demonstrates an indicative budget that represents value for money.
|Partnerships are identified and demonstrate the capability and capacity of the partnerships to be actively involved in project delivery.
|Demonstrates formalised governance structures with partners to contribute to the project.
|The benefits of the project have the potential to be sustained beyond the end of the project.