Our Partners

Pluss works in close partnership with a large number of organisations.

These include strategic and operational partnerships with the Department for Work and Pensions, Big Lottery Fund, Local Authorities, European Social Fund and Local Enterprise Partnerships. We work in partnership with private, public and third sector organisations in the welfare to work sector around the country, as both a prime provider and a delivery partner.

We also work with thousands of businesses to help them become ‘Disability Confident’ employers of people with a range of disabilities and health conditions, and we are a proud national partner of the government’s Disability Confident campaign.

We are also actively involved in influencing policy and service delivery in the welfare to work sector through our membership of ERSA (Employment Related Services Provision), BASE (British Association for Supported Employment) and the IEP (Institute of Employability Professionals).

Partnering with Pluss

Pluss Intervention Framework Registration Portal - London, North West and Southern England

The Pluss Organisation CIC is seeking local organisations to support the Department for Work and Pensions' Work and Health Programme.

We are looking for partners to provide local services (eg. drug and alcohol support, volunteering opportunities, healthy eating courses etc.) to support job seekers who have health, disability and other barriers to employment, in the following areas: 

1. Southern  Cornwall, Heart of South West, Dorset, WoE (inc. Bristol), Glos, Oxfordshire, Swindon/Wilts, Solent, EM3, TV Berkshire, Coast to Capital (inc. Brighton) and Buckinghamshire TV LEPS. 
2. North West  Cheshire East, Cheshire West and Chester, the Wirral (inc. Birkenhead) and Warrington. 
Central London – Camden, Hackney, Haringey, Islington, Kensington, Lambeth, Lewisham, Southwark, Tower Hamlets, Wandsworth, Westminster. 
4. Manchester – Bolton, Bury, Oldham, Rochdale, Stockport, Tameside, Wigan.

Please click on the link below to begin registration. Only approved providers on the Pluss Intervention Framework will be eligible to deliver support for customers involved in the Work and Health Programme. We are seeking to ensure that provision for customers is of good quality. 

PIF Registration Portal

Working Wales

Pluss CIC, in anticipation of the Welsh Government’s new Working Wales employability programme, are seeking potential partners to collaborate with in developing and potentially delivering our bid proposal. Working Wales is a programme which will support people into work by removing barriers and raising skill levels. Supporting the unemployed, economically inactive and NEET individuals aged 16 and over to enter sustained employment, an apprenticeship, or selfemployment.

If you are interested in this partnership opportunity, please download (right click) and complete our Expression of Interest form and submit to enquiries@pluss.co.uk as soon as possible to receive further updates on this opportunity.