A learning programme for 12 people is required which will cover the following:-
Business Process Re-engineering
Design Thinking/Service Design
Pre-Requisite Tree Training
North Yorkshire County Council are seeking to award a contract for the organising and running of a Facebook marketing campaign for the HowsBusiness.org website.
HowsBusiness.org is a business support website targeted at small and micro business owners and covers York, North Yorkshire and East Riding and has been set up to stimulate demand for business support.
Full details of this contract can be found in the ITQ document
We require delivery of the QCF qualifications
to an estimated cohort of sixty members of our Business Support Service
The York, North Yorkshire and East Riding Local Enterprise Partnership are creating an innovative business support referral service that will increase the take up of business support by stimulating market demand.
It will do this by building on established business relationships and enabling a wider variety of professionals to create a bespoke improvement and growth plan for clients, making referrals on to other providers as a matter of course.
To underpin this we require the development of a digital platform via an Agile approach and associated branding for the project.
The following represents the scope of business requirements for a survey and consultation data capture solution.
The business requirements can be summarised by the following functional areas:
The present infrastructure is based on CheckpointFirewall 1, which supports many core business applications and remote connections. The system is primarily based on Checkpoint Appliances with some management servers running on SecurePlatform.
The Council is committed to building strong communities and is increasingly moving towards a commissioning model of service delivery. For that reason we are seeking an experienced Consultant who will support staff groups with the development of initial business cases for the development of staff mutual organisations. It is important that the business cases ensure effective community focus, which could include options for inclusion of community representation within the ventures.
The Council is looking to move away from directly delivering some services. However it wishes to support the groups of staff delivering these services by commissioning an organisation to support them in developing an options appraisal to assess the market viability and employee commitment to establish employee ownership organisations / staff mutual.
The Council is looking to engage an organisation experienced at working with local authority staff groups, in the field of Health and Social Care, to undertake thorough options appraisals and deliver detailed business cases. The business cases must be sufficiently robust to demonstrate the commercial and constitutional viability of each venture and be used to access external funding to support the establishment of the new organisations.
There are two Projects initially which the Council is interested in commissioning this support for. The Council may commission further similar Projects included within the Agreement up to a maximum total value of £50,000 but there are no guarantees of any additional Projects.
Project Introduction: ‘Schools marketing: Raising the Image of your School’
Suppliers are invited to submit quotations for the provision training for schools in North Yorkshire entitled ‘Raising the Image of your School’. Delegates will be School Business Managers, senior administrative staff and Head Teachers.
North Yorkshire County Council as the accountable body for the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) is looking to procure services from a suitably qualified Facilitator - to deliver a series of 15, two linked workshops throughout York, North Yorkshire and East Riding. The workshops are called Destination Innovation are are the main means by which the LEP is encouraging the business community to put into practice new ways to increase visitor spend.
Full details of the requirement can be found in the attached Invitation to Quotation.
The Council is keen to assist providers to develop their organisations and to promote sustainability in service development. The Provider will be responsible for the co-ordination of an Innovation Fund, prevention funding and supporting people prevention funding.
This initiative will encourage the development of an organisation and service that can support the voluntary sector in adjusting to a more business focussed approach.
North Yorkshire County Council wishes to award a contract for an Integrated Sexual Health Service within North Yorkshire. The Integrated Sexual Health Service will comprise three service areas:
a Specialist Sexual Health Service;
a Community Outreach Sexual Health Service for Most at Risk Populations;
a Support Service for People Living with HIV and their Carers.
The Service will be procured as one contract. The Council is looking for a single provider to lead the delivery of the Service across North Yorkshire. In order to ensure provision of the full Service, potential providers may wish to form a consortium to make a bid or a single provider may choose to subcontract with small to medium sized local organisations with experience of providing these services. The contract will commence on 1 March 2015. The period between the contract commencement date and the service commencement date will be used by the provider as an implementation period. The Service will run between 1 July 2015 and 31 March 2018. The Council will have the power to extend the Contract Period for a further two years at its discretion and subject to satisfactory performance.
A Market Place Event is arranged for Wednesday 17th September 2014 between 10am and 12pm. The Event will be held at Evolution Business Centre, 6 County Business Park, Darlington Road, Northallerton, DL6 2NQ.
If you would like to attend this event please email email@example.com or call 01609 535251. Please confirm your attendance no later than Monday 15th September 2014.
North Yorkshire County Council is undertaking a procurement exercise to establish a new Domiciliary Care and Other Regulated Services Approved Provider List in accordance with the Public Contract Regulations 2015. Other Health related organisations within North Yorkshire County Council boundaries may be given access to the Approved Provider List. The Approved Provider List shall run for a maximum period of 5 years and shall enable domiciliary care (generic and complex) together with supported living and other regulated services to be purchased. The estimated value of this contract is approximately 90 000 000 GBP (18 000 000 GBP per annum). This figure is only given as an indication of the current size of the contract and does not give any guarantee of future levels of business.