Thank you for your interest in partnering with MTC to deliver services under the Ministry of Justice’s Dynamic Framework. 

The initial call-off phase will commence in August 2020, with three weeks between each category. Phase one is: Education, Training and Employment (ETE), Accommodation, Emotional Wellbeing and Women’s Services.

Please complete this short Expression of Interest questionnaire to tell us more about your organisation and the interventions you provide.

Submission deadlines
Please note, the return date for submissions differs depending on the interventions you are interested in partnering with us on:

·        Education, Training and Employment (ETE) – Call off now commenced but happy to still receive applications for future ETE call offs

·         Accommodation – Monday 21 September 2020

·        Personal Wellbeing (consisting of Family and Significant Others, Lifestyle and Associates, Social Inclusion and Emotional Wellbeing) – Monday 12 October 2020

·         Women’s Services – Monday 2 November 2020

Why partner with MTC?
MTC passionately believes that the key to transforming lives and reducing reoffending is to ensure the range of available probation rehabilitation interventions is as diverse, and local, as the needs of service users. And that a robust partnership model – with VCSEs, voluntary organisations and SMEs playing a vital part – is the best approach for the Dynamic Framework.

We are particularly keen to continue to work with specialist partner organisations such as yours to develop a collaborative and transparent network of large and small providers, combining knowledge and expertise, to develop and deliver tailored and inclusive interventions to service users. With access to our managed back office and shared service facilities, working with us will mean your teams will be able to focus on what they do best: delivering high quality services and interventions, without the added pressure of completing time consuming admin. From screening referrals, to producing performance reports, monitoring call-off competitions, and developing new services, new opportunities and interventions across each probation region and PCC Lot Area, our teams can support yours.

About MTC
MTC’s mission is to transform lives and build safer communities, and we have a wealth of experience working with vulnerable people in the probation and wider justice sectors. Visit our website to find out more.