Working with our partners

We recently held an Interserve Learning & Employment ‘Delivery Partner Workshop’, involving colleagues from across our Skills and Employment operations, to support our ongoing development of relationships, sharing of good practice and ultimately enhancing the quality of our provision.

This short film captures the day perfectly, demonstrating the good working practices not only between Interserve Learning & Employment and our partners, but between the partners themselves; driven by our facilitating networking and arranging training sessions, many were able to realise contracting opportunities with each other. Partners discussed a host of exciting topics , participated in effective training on sales and marketing techniques and reviewed what the Interserve values mean to them. And last but not least, we all agreed several meaningful and beneficial sustainability objectives for the coming year. But you’ll see much of this for yourself in the film, so please, enjoy the viewing.



We’re looking for partners who are interested in redefining the future for people and places with us.

We believe in inventive thinking that will create something different in the welfare to work and skills markets. Allowing partners to operate without limitation is the catalyst in achieving our ambitious and innovative results.

Who are we?

Interserve Learning & Employment is a leading provider of welfare to work, accredited training and work-based learning services for the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), the Skills Funding Agency (SFA), local authorities and business. As part of Interserve, an international PLC, we are a well-capitalised business with access to considerable backing from our parent group.

What can we offer you as our partner?


Flexible funding models

Access to an expert design team to develop collaborative solutions that challenge the status quo


A supportive framework of partnership management

Shared services to enhance your business and deliver real long term growth


So what difference can we make together?

A significant one – we need partners on board who can help us provide a wide range of services and support to a diverse group of customers. We’ll create an environment for subcontracting that will encourage real innovation, and will engage you in the design of collaborative solutions to support the hardest to help back into work. Help us to change the way employment and skills services are provided to release the potential in every person that comes to us for help.