Employability and skills provider Fedcap is to deliver the government’s new flagship programme to help those with health and disability issues into sustainable jobs.

Fedcap, has been chosen by the Department for Work and Pensions to deliver the new Intensive Personalised Employment Support (IPES) in the South of England

IPES will provide specialised support for people on a voluntary basis with health conditions or disabilities.

The new programme follows the successful European Social Fund and Scottish Government contracts, which Fedcap, a new company to the sector, deliver.

Fedcap will be partnering with several different organisations to deliver specialist services to our participants. IPES, including many from the third sector. The new programme will be delivered on the frontline by a series of health and wellbeing, employment experts.

Brian Bell, Chief Executive Officer at Fedcap, said:

“We are absolutely delighted to have been chosen to deliver this new programme. As a trusted delivery partner of the Department for Work and Pensions, we are committed to helping people maximise their potential and find suitable, sustainable jobs.

“We are delighted to be partnering with Digital Profile, who have developed a new, exciting, innovative solution that I am confident will make a huge impact on how we can support people into work. The people we work with have so much to offer employers but sometimes it’s not easy to get those down on a piece of paper – through a traditional CV. We believe that by working with Digital Profile we will help people we can help people to bring out the real talent that they have – and help to find the right match with the right employers. It’s the sort of innovation that really can make a difference to people’s lives.”

Daniel Lewis, Chief Executive Officer of Digital Profile, added:

We’re hugely excited to be working with Fedcap Employment in helping people into employment. This is a great opportunity for the company to grow and be in the position to help so many individuals into work.”