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TSI FAQ’s What is a partnership form? This form contains contact fields and a declaration to sign. This is to be completed by every establishment wishing to access Skills for Care funding. This is an agreement that allows CWPC to act on behalf of its members to attract funding. When should I submit my claim for funding? Please submit your claims as soon as a unit achievement/unit summary sheet has been signed off. For LDQ or Common Induction Standards, please complete and return claim form as soon as the unit has been completed. When will I receive the funding? We will issue a BACS payment to your organisation as soon as we receive the funding from Skills for Care. Can I choose the training provider that I use? Yes, as long as they are based in Coventry or Warwickshire. Who should complete the unit summary sheet? Please let your chosen training provider know that you will require copies of the unit summary sheet, appropriately signed and dated by the internal verifier and assessor, in order to draw down the funding. Do I need to include the candidate’s National Insurance Number? Yes, Skills for Care asks for NI number for Common Induction Standard and LDQ induction units in order to identify double funding. Can anyone apply for this type of funding? Only those working in the adult social care profession may apply, eg Care Assistant, Care Workers etc. Can I claim funding for training that used free places? No, claims cannot be made for units achieved using free places for training. Can I claim for units completed in 2007? No, Skills for Care will only grant funding for units assessed and verified between 1 January 2008 and 17 March 2009. What evidence will Skills For Care accept in order to receive funding? Please see “flowchart” for a simple break down. What qualifications can I claim for from Skills for Care funding? Please see flowchart.