Merlin Accredited Organisations

The following organisations currently hold Merlin accreditation

Go to: 2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 |

2017

ATOS IT Services UK LTD

 Report 2017

The EFL Trust

 Report 2017

 

2016

 

Kennedy Scott

Report 2016

Royal National College for the Blind

Report 2016

Doncaster Deaf Trust

Report 2016

Career Connect

Report 2014 | Report 2016

Reed in Partnership

Report 2012 | Report 2014 | Report 2016

STEPs to Employment

Report 2016

Unlocking Potential Merseyside

Report 2016

Future Shapers

Report 2016

Prospects Services Ltd

Report 2012 | Report 2014 | Report 2016

G4S Welfare to Work

Report 2012 | Report 2014 | Report 2016

MAXIMUS

Report 2016

Shaw Trust Ltd

Report 2014
Report 2016

Teens & Toddlers LLP

Report 2016

 

2015

 

 

 

 

2014

 

 

Ingeus UK Ltd

Report 2012 | Report 2014

MAXIMUS Employment and Training Ltd

Report 2012 | Report 2014

Reed in Partnership

Report 2012 | Report 2014

Rehab Jobfit

Report 2012 | Report 2014

Groundwork UK

Report 2014

 

2013

 

 

 

2012

 

 

ESG Group

Report 2012

Skills Training UK

Report 2012

Twin Training International

Report 2012

learndirect (Formally JHP Group Ltd)

Report 2012

Careers Development Group

Report 2012

Ingeus UK Ltd

Report 2012 | Report 2014

MAXIMUS Employment and Training Ltd

Report 2012 | Report 2014

NCG (Intraining)

Report 2012 | Report 2014

Reed in Partnership

Report 2012 | Report 2014

Rehab Jobfit

Report 2012 | Report 2014

Pertemps People Development Group

Report 2012 | Report 2014

Working Links

Report 2012 | Report

Interserve Working Futures

Report 2012 | Report 2014

As part of the DWP Commissioning approach, and in the interests of developing and supporting healthy, high performing supply chains, organisations directly contracted to DWP (ie. those who might be classed as Prime Contractors) are required to ensure that all of their sub-contractual relationships adhere to the DWP Code of Conduct.

Such prime contractors are expected to ensure adherence to the Code of Conduct through application of the Merlin Standard and, accordingly, are required to gain accreditation. An organisation which has been successfully accredited to the Merlin Standard is one that is able to demonstrate such adherence. An accredited organisation which is found to have subsequently and significantly failed to adhere to the Code of Conduct might have their accreditation revoked.

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