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Business development consultancy services

STAR Procurement Rochdale Metropolitan Borough Council | Published February 25, 2017
Winner
Quarterbridge Project Management Ltd
cpvs
79411100

Rochdale Council invites tenders from individuals or organisations interested in the implementation, operation and management of Rochdale Market. Whilst experience of market management and operation is anticipated, the Council will consider proposals from individuals or organisations with other complementary experience. Experience should demonstrate initiative and new ways of thinking, together with a successful track record in commercial and town centre regeneration activities.

Consultancy Services (Architectural Design Team, Business Planning & Activity & Interpretation Brief)

Rochdale Metropolitan Borough Council | Published March 27, 2017  -  Deadline April 17, 2017
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71315210

Rochdale Borough Council In connection with Greater Manchester Fire Service Museum & Heritage Lottery Fund is seeking to appoint suitably experienced consultant(s) to produce a number of plans that are required for a Heritage Lottery Fund 'Heritage Grants' project to support the restoration of the ground floor of the Maclure Road Fire Station into new premises for the Greater Manchester Fire Service Museum (GMFSM).

FINAL Rochdale Re-opening Mental Health Approved Provider List

Rochdale Metropolitan Borough Council | Published May 13, 2016  -  Deadline May 31, 2016
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85000000

The purpose of this tender is to assist RBC in developing an Approved Provider List It is intended that the list will be used:- - To allocate new business for Mental Health services where RBC is commissioning the work (although RBC reserve the right to tender outside this list where needed) - To allocate business where people have chosen to have a Managed Budget - To arrange emergency placements - To deliver current business - To communicate a list of providers to clients choosing a Cash Budget (because RBC will not be the commissioners, RBC will issue a disclaimer on the use of the Approved Provider List) This contract is for any new Providers to be added to the Approved Provider List until 30th April, 2017. This contract is not a guarantee of work.

Request for Quote for the Appointment of an Examiner for the Altrincham Town Centre Neighbourhood Business Plan

Trafford Council | Published September 23, 2016  -  Deadline October 7, 2016
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72224000

Trafford Council is seeking to award a contract to a provider in order to obtain suitably qualified and experienced examiners in order to undertake examinations on Neighbourhood Plans submitted to the Council.

Solutions SK: A Framework Agreement for Building Cleaning Services Support.

Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council | Published November 10, 2015
Winner
Axis Cleaning and Support Services Ltd, Bulloughs Cleaning Services Ltd, CGC Cleaning Ltd, CWC360 Ltd, Elite Cleaning & Environmental Services Limited, SMCSM Ltd, T/A ServiceMaster Contract Services (Manchester), Superclean Services Wothorpe Limited
cpvs
90919000, 90911000, 90918000

Solutions SK have implemented a 4 year framework agreement with 7 providers for Building Cleaning Services Support. The framework requires the partners to support Solutions SK in the provision of Building Cleaning services across multiple sites in and around the Stockport area. Providers on this framework will support both existing contracts and any new business.

Solutions SK: A Framework Agreement for Building Cleaning Services Support.

Solutions SK | Published July 2, 2015  -  Deadline July 27, 2015
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90919000, 90911000, 90918000

Solutions SK are looking to implement a framework agreement of up to 7 providers for Building Cleaning Services Support. The framework will require the partners to support Solutions SK in the provision of Building Cleaning services across multiple sites in and around the Stockport area. Providers on this framework will support both existing contracts and any new business. Interested parties should register their interest by clicking the ‘Register Interest’ button. You will then be given access to the ITT step where you will find all the relevant documents and will be able to submit a tender response by the given deadline.

RFQ - Consultancy to support the development of Trust Youth, Trafford.

Trafford Council | Published January 28, 2016  -  Deadline February 9, 2016
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73200000

The Council have been required to transform youth provision, to identify new and innovative solutions in order to maintain services within a reduced budget. The cornerstone is to create a cross sector partnership independent of the Council to secure and promote a comprehensive, evidenced based youth offer. This RFQ requires the service to provide the following service deliverable: 1. A series of development sessions for Board members-minimum number 4 2. An operational agreement 3. An investors agreement 4. A membership options appraisal 5. An implementation/first year business plan 6. A series of consultation events ? minimum 12 sessions 7. An overview report detailing process leading to final products and overall recommendations/next steps.

Supply and Delivery of Beers, Wines, Spirits and Soft Drinks (C109)

Trafford Council | Published June 28, 2016
Winner
Wilds of Oldham
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15930000, 15910000, 15940000, 15950000, 15960000, 15980000

The contract will be for the supply and distribution of an assortment of Beers, Wines, Spirits and Soft Drinks to a number of venues across the Greater Manchester region. Tenderers should note that this contract is open to and may be used by other Association of Greater Manchester Authorities (AGMA) and its associate members, and Manchester Partners — this includes the following Councils: Bolton, Stockport, Tameside, Oldham, Manchester, Rochdale, Bury, Salford, Wigan, Blackburn Darwen BC, Blackpool, Cheshire East, Warrington, and Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Authority, Greater Manchester Police Authority, Greater Manchester Waste Disposal Authority, Manchester Central Convention Complex, Commission for New Economy, Greater Manchester Passenger Transport Executive (TfGM),Transport for Greater Manchester, Greater Manchester Combined Authority and the Integrated Transport Authority, and Lancashire County Council and any of their successor organisations. Trafford Council is the lead Council on behalf of AGMA. In the 1st instance the following Authorities intend to participate in the process: Bolton Council Greater Manchester Police Manchester City Council Rochdale Council Salford Council Stockport Council Trafford Council Manchester Central Based on historic annual spend we estimate an annual spend across the above named authorities of approx. 636 000 GBP per annum — this figure is provided for guidance only as there are no guarantees of business resulting from this tender exercise.

Supply and Delivery of Beers, Wines, Spirits and Soft Drinks (C109).

Trafford Council | Published July 14, 2015  -  Deadline August 10, 2015
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15930000, 15910000, 15940000, 15950000, 15960000, 15980000

The contract will be for the supply and distribution of an assortment of Beers, Wines, Spirits and Soft Drinks to a number of venues across the Greater Manchester region. Tenderers should note that this contract is open to and may be used by other Association of Greater Manchester Authorities (AGMA) and its associate members, and Manchester Partners — this includes the following Councils: Bolton, Stockport, Tameside, Oldham, Manchester, Rochdale, Bury, Salford, Wigan, Blackburn Darwen BC, Blackpool, Cheshire East, Warrington, and Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Authority, Greater Manchester Police Authority, Greater Manchester Waste Disposal Authority, Manchester Central Convention Complex, Commission for New Economy, Greater Manchester Passenger Transport Executive (TfGM),Transport for Greater Manchester, Greater Manchester Combined Authority and the Integrated Transport Authority, and Lancashire County Council and any of their successor organisations. Trafford Council is the lead Council on behalf of AGMA. In the first instance the following Authorities intend to participate in the process: Bolton Council Greater Manchester Police Manchester City Council Rochdale Council Salford Council Stockport Council Trafford Council Manchester Central Based on historic annual spend we estimate an annual spend across the above named authorities of approx. 636 000 GBP per annum — this figure is provided for guidance only as there are no guarantees of business resulting from this tender exercise.

The supply and delivery of groceries, frozen and chilled food to Solutions SK.

Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council | Published December 3, 2014  -  Deadline January 13, 2015
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15000000

This tender is for the supply and delivery of groceries, frozen and chilled food to Solutions SK Ltd to a variety of establishments, including schools and commercial establishments. Main point of delivery will be within the Borough of Stockport The Contract will be for a period of two years commencing 1.4.2015 - 31.3.2017 (with an option at the sole discretion of Solutions SK to extend the contract annually for a further period of up to 2 years until 31.3.2019). Tenderers are advised that no commitment can be given by Solutions SK as to the volume of business that may be awarded as a result of this agreement. However, for information purposes only, (based on historical spend) the value of the contract is GBP 800 000 per annum. It is expected that the introduction of Universal Free School Meals (UFSM) may increase this value by up to 30 % meaning that we estimate that the annual value may increase and range between GBP 800 000 - GBP 1 000 000 per annum. Suppliers are requested to tender prices for all of the products listed on the pricing schedule. Solutions SK's intention is to award to a sole supplier Tender documents must be downloaded from the CHEST portal and tender submissions must be uploaded into the CHEST portal of the STaR's electronic tendering system at the following website: www.the-chest.org.uk

Education and training services

Trafford Council | Published May 12, 2017
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80000000, 77100000, 77500000, 80540000, 75100000, 79600000, 80530000, 55000000, 80500000, 80100000, 80200000, 80300000, 45000000, 92320000, 72300000, 80531200, 80533100, 71320000, 71350000, 80510000, 80320000, 80521000, 80561000, 80532000, 75240000, 75250000, 79900000, 80511000, 85300000, 98320000, 60112000

Trafford Council on behalf of Greater Manchester's public sector organisations wishes to procure a Multi Provider Framework using the Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) of external providers to deliver quality apprenticeships across a variety of occupational areas throughout the GM area. The period of the DPS will be for 2 years with the option to extend for two further 12 month periods from commencement. The DPS will consist of 15 Lots covering occupational areas and linked to the new technical routes.

A bidders' morning will be held Tuesday 30th May at Trafford Town Hall to allow exploration of this area, and to ensure that GM maximises the benefits of Apprenticeship training to the organisation and it's staff members.

There will be 2 one hour sessions held:-

9:00.

10:30.

If you wish to attend please respond via The Chest with the preferred time, due to space we will not be able to allow more than 2 attendees per organisation.

This route incudes job roles such as conservationist, park ranger, farmer, horticulturalist, agricultural manager and agricultural technician. Examples of apprenticeships within the public sector may include:

— Arborist,

— Countryside Worker,

— Horticulture and Landscape Operative / Supervisor.

This route incudes job roles such as Human resources officer, office manager, administrative officer and housing officer. Examples of apprenticeships within the public sector may include:

— Associate Project Manger,

— HR Support / Advisor / Consultant,

Business Administrator,

— Operation al Delivery Officer.

This route incudes job roles such as Chef, butcher, baker, catering manager and events manager. Examples of apprenticeships within the public sector may include:

— Hospitality team member / supervisor / manager,

— Cleaning and Support Services Operative,

— Senior Chef.

This route incudes job roles such as Nursery assistant, early-years officer, teaching assistant and youth worker. Examples of apprenticeships within the public sector may include:

— Children, young people and families practitioner / manager,

— Teaching Assistant,

— Early years educator.

This route includes job roles such as Bricklayer/mason, electrician, building/civil engineering technician, carpenter/joiner and construction supervisor. Examples of apprenticeships within the public sector may include:

— Civil Engineering technician / site management,

— Building Services Engineering,

— Facilities Management,

— Highways Maintenance.

This route incudes job roles such as Arts producer, graphic designer, audio-visual technician, journalist, product/clothing designer, upholsterer, tailor and furniture maker. Examples of apprenticeships within the public sector may include:

— Community arts coordinator,

— Creative venue technician.

This route incudes job roles such as IT business analyst/systems designer, programmer, software developer, IT technician, web designer and network administrator. Examples of apprenticeships within the public sector may include:

— Data analyst,

— Digital business administrator / specialist,

— Network engineer,

— Software developer.

This route incudes job roles such as Engineering technician, vehicle mechanic, aircraft fitter, printer, process technician and energy plant operative. Examples of apprenticeships within the public sector may include:

— Engineering technician,

— Risk and Safety management practitioner.

Health and Science.

This route incudes job roles such as Nursing assistant, pharmaceutical technician, sports therapist, laboratory technician, dental nurse and food technician. Examples of apprenticeships within the public sector may include:

— Associate ambulance practitioner,

— Dental nurse,

— Healthcare assistant practitioner,

— Laboratory technician.

Legal, Finance and Accounting.

This route incudes job roles such as Accounting technician, paralegal, financial account manager, payroll manager, finance officer and legal secretary. Examples of apprenticeships within the public sector may include:

— Assistant Accountant,

— Chartered legal executive,

— Payroll administrator.

Protective Services.

This route incudes job roles such as Police officer, fire service officer, non-commissioned officer (NCO) and maritime operations officer (coastguard). Examples of apprenticeships within the public sector may include:

— Emergency service contact handling,

— Operational firefighter,

— Police community support officer.

Sales, Marketing and Procurement.

This route incudes job roles such as Buyer, procurement officer, sales account manager, market research analyst and estate agent. Examples of apprenticeships within the public sector may include:

— Bid and proposal coordinator,

— Customer service practitioner / specialist,

— Leisure duty manger.

Social Care.

This route incudes job roles such as Care worker, residential warden, home carer, probation officer and welfare counsellor. Examples of apprenticeships within the public sector may include:

— Adult care worker,

— Lead practitioner in adult care,

— Social worker.

Hair and Beauty.

This route incudes job roles such as Hairdresser, barber and beauty therapist. Examples of apprenticeships within the public sector may include:

— Hair / Senior hair professional.

Transport and Logistics.

This route incudes job roles such as Ship's officer, railway signalling technician and HGV driver. Examples of apprenticeships within the public sector may include:

— Large goods vehicle driver,

— Transport planning technician.

Trafford Council's Advocacy, Advice, Prevention and Well-being Service (T441)

Trafford Council | Published June 1, 2016
Winner
Trafford Centre for Independent Living, Citizens Advice Trafford , Age UK Trafford
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85000000

Trafford Council are tendering their Advocacy, Information and advice, Prevention and Well-being Services. This will come under 3 lots.

Advocacy:

Trafford Council is committed to providing a universal, high-quality, consistent and integrated Advocacy Service. This service would play an important role in maximising people's independence and help preventing reliance and dependency on more intensive care and support.

To achieve this Trafford Borough Council (The Council) is planning to bring together a range of Independent Advocacy Casework functions to create an all-encompassing Advocacy Service, able to directly or indirectly provide a range of independent advocacy, for people requiring support.

This will include;

— Statutory provision, Independent Mental Health Advocacy IMHA, Independent Mental Capacity Advocacy IMCA, Independent Care Act Advocacy ICAA, Independent NHS Complaints Advocacy ICA (from April 2016).

— Extension of existing services offering advocacy support for vulnerable people, including people with physical impairments, learning disabilities and mental health conditions. This could be directly on an individual basis, through advocacy groups, or empowering self advocacy by building skills and confidence.

Information and Advice:

Trafford Council is committed to provide a universal high-quality, consistent and integrated Information and Advice Service. This service would play an important role in maximising people's independence and help preventing reliance and dependency on more intensive care and support.

1.2. Good information (which is current, relevant and accurate) is essential for all adults and their relatives who need, or may need support in order to know their rights and to live independently. Good information should help Trafford residents and carers make informed choices, enable them to take control and help service users and carers to maintain their abilities, skills and independence well into the future.

1.3. Information and advice often go hand in hand, but for the purposes of this document, it is important to be clear about the distinct definitions. Using the definitions outlined in Putting People First, in this context information to mean ‘the open and accessible supply of material deemed to be of interest to a particular population. This can either be passively available or actively distributed’.

1.4. Advice ‘offers guidance and direction on a particular course of action which needs to be taken in order to realise a need, access a service or realise individual entitlements’

1.5. The overall vision nationally for information and advice is set out in Putting People First milestone for:

‘All citizens should be able to easily find locally relevant quality information and advice about their care and support needs in order to enable control and inform choice. Information should be available in a range of formats and through channels to make it accessible to all groups. Provision of information, advice and guidance should move from being largely developed from separate initiatives to a single coherent service strategy’.

2. Care Act Requirements

The local authority must establish and maintain a service for providing people in its area with information and advice relating to care and support for adults and support for carers.

The local authority must provide information on:

— What types of care and support are available;

— The range of care and support services available to local people;

— The processes local people need to use to access the available support;

— Where local people can find independent financial advice;

— How people can raise concerns about the safety or well-being of someone who has care and support needs.

3. Demographics / Need In Trafford

Overview

The Trafford demographic is split between age groups is similar to that of England; the population is amongst the healthiest in the North West — but the North West is the least healthy region in the country; Trafford remains the ‘economic powerhouse’ of the region with world leading brands situated in the Borough, and with below regional average levels of unemployment. Crime in Trafford is low and has decreased significantly over the last few years.

Overall, Trafford is a relatively affluent Borough, certainly in regional terms, but also in national terms. It is 1 of the smaller District Councils within the Greater Manchester conurbation in terms of population, at 217 000 people, living in an estimated 96 000 dwellings and supporting in the region of 136 000 employee jobs. Trafford retains its status as the economic power house of the Greater Manchester conurbation.

The area has a strong local business base, high skill levels, a massively successful enterprise culture and above average levels of economic activity.

Trafford is home to more than 8 000 businesses ranging from household names to specialised niche, skilled operations; from sole traders to large organisations employing more than 500 people. More than 99 % of businesses are small and medium sized enterprises reflecting the business structure of the 21st century economy.

Prevention and Well-being:

Prevention and Well-being Services encourage care and support to be delivered in a partnership between individuals, communities, the voluntary sector, the NHS and councils. By supporting vulnerable citizens with low-level needs through the use of preventative services, we are able to maximise their independence which can in turn reduce or negate the requirement for statutory support.

National context

The responsibility to provide public health services was transferred to the local authority in 2013. This includes services to prevent ill health and promote well-being.

Prevention and Well-being Services covers a broad spectrum of services, as the aim is to prevent the health and social care needs of borough residents escalating or deteriorating. Prevention includes a broad spectrum of services, including those services that prevent the initial need for adult social care services, to services that prevent hospital admission or an increase in packages of care.

Prevention can be split into 3 levels:

Primary Prevention/ Promoting Well-being

Aimed at people who have low or no particular social care needs or symptoms of illness. The focus is on maintaining independence, good health and promoting well-being.

Interventions might include:

— Promoting health and active lifestyles;

— Delivering practical advice and support;

— Increasing uptake of health screening programmes.

Secondary Prevention/ Early Intervention

Aim to identify people at risk and to halt or slow down any deterioration, and actively seek to improve their situation

Interventions might include:

— Screening and case finding to identify individuals at risk of specific health conditions or events (such as strokes, or falls) or those with low level social care needs.

Tertiary Prevention

Aim to minimise disability or deterioration from established health conditions or complex social needs. The focus is on maximising people's functioning and independence.

Interventions might include:

— Rehabilitation/enablement services;

— Joint management of people with complex needs.

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