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Adult education

Cheshire West and Chester Council | Published September 17, 2016
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Adult education.

Adult Education Services

Family Court and Federal Circuit Court | Published June 30, 2016
Winner
IJ ROSENTHAL CONSULTANCY
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Adult Education Services

Adult Education Brochure 2016

Calderdale Council | Published May 24, 2016  -  Deadline June 3, 2016
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22100000, 22150000

Adult Education Brochure 2016

Tender for adult education provision

Macclesfield College | Published July 7, 2017  -  Deadline August 10, 2017
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to supply 19+ Vocational Education provision funded through the ESFA Adult Education Budget

15 006 Lifelong Learning — Adult Education Budget

Cheshire East Borough Council | Published January 11, 2017
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15 006 Lifelong Learning — Adult Education Budget.

Purchase of furniture for Adult Education, Askøy kommune

Bergen kommune (Bergen municipality) | Published April 22, 2016  -  Deadline May 6, 2016
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39160000

Purchase of furniture for Adult Education, Askøy kommune.

Adult Education Partnership to deliver activities under the Adult Education Budget

Preston College | Published November 24, 2017  -  Deadline December 11, 2017
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80000000

This Invitation to Tender relates to our Adult Education Budget. The principal purpose of the Adult Education Budget (AEB) is to offer opportunities to adults (19+) through engagement. The AEB offers motivated and enthusiastic adults a vehicle to achieving their aspirations through education and learning, supporting them to develop their skills and knowledge, enhancing their employability and progression opportunities and upskilling the local and regional workforce.


Any questions relating to this tender should be made via the correspondence tool on the website the last date for any clarification questions is Thursday 30th November at 12 noon.

The deadline for submissions of the tender will be 12 noon on the 11th December 2017, please allow sufficient time to make your return as late returns will not be permitted.

To download the tender please register by following the link https://in-tendhost.co.uk/fe

If you have any problems please contact the In-tend help desk on Tel 0845 557 8079.

Adult education services

Japan Organization for Employment of the Elderly | Published April 1, 2015
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Adult education services

A professional system for work with refugees and adult education.

Bærum kommune (Bærum municipality) | Published December 9, 2015
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Visma Unique AS
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48000000, 72000000

Bærum kommune shall procure an overall professional system in connection with the municipality's work with refugees and adult education. The paramount objectives of the procurement are to procure and introduce an overall professional system for both following up of the introductory programme and adult education which contribute to efficient and coordinated follow-up of participants/students. The new professional system for introductory and adult education work shall cover the requirements the municipality has for proper and efficient case administration, documentation and management. The system shall support the always prevailing laws and regulations, goals, services, development of services as well as comply with the municipality's requirements for a technical platform. Bærum kommune shall mainly base the system on standard software (standard solution). In this contest Bærum kommune wants to receive tenders for a professional system in accordance with the described subject area which is based on standard software already in use by other customers.

A professional system for work with refugees and adult education.

Bærum kommune (Bærum municipality) | Published July 10, 2015  -  Deadline August 31, 2015
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48000000, 72000000

Bærum kommune shall procure an overall professional system in connection with the municipality's work with refugees and adult education. The paramount objectives of the procurement are to procure and introduce an overall professional system for both following up of the introductory programme and adult education which contribute to efficient and coordinated follow-up of participants/students. The new professional system for introductory and adult education work shall cover the requirements the municipality has for proper and efficient case administration, documentation and management. The system shall support the always prevailing laws and regulations, goals, services, development of services as well as comply with the municipality's requirements for a technical platform. Bærum kommune shall mainly base the system on standard software (standard solution). In this contest Bærum kommune wants to receive tenders for a professional system in accordance with the described subject area which is based on standard software already in use by other customers.

The provision of an Adult Education MIS and Booking software system

Gloucestershire County Council | Published February 14, 2017
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The provision of an Adult Education MIS and Booking software system.

LMETB requests tenders for Adult Education On-Line Enrolment System

Louth and Meath Education & Training Board (LMETB) | Published July 27, 2016  -  Deadline May 27, 2016
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75112000, 72512000, 79512000, 79999100, 48219300

LMETB requests interested parties to tender for the provision of an Adult Education On-Line Enrolment System with student payments and back office administration as per this RFT.

15 006 Lifelong Learning — Adult Education Budget and Sessional Tutor Provision

Cheshire East Borough Council | Published July 21, 2016
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80000000

15 006 Lifelong Learning — Adult Education Budget and Sessional Tutor Provision.

Adult Education

Cheshire West and Chester | Published April 5, 2016  -  Deadline April 20, 2016
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80400000

Cheshire West and Chester Council is funded by the Skills Funding Agency to secure adult education opportunities in the borough of West Cheshire and Chester. The main focus of the Skills and Employment team is tackling unemployment and particularly long term unemployment across the borough. During 2016/17, a large proportion of our funding will be targeted for delivery through external organisations to support outcomes for adults aged 19+ who face a range of challenges/barriers to securing sustainable employment.

Throughout 2016-17 we will be commissioning provision that will provide adults with the skills, support and confidence to enable them to secure employment. To meet this aim, we are particularly interested in funding bids from partners specifically tackling the barriers people face when trying to secure employment and/or progress at work including:

— Work related skills eg IT, English, maths and work-related personal skills with a focus on progression into further learning and/or work.

— Job Clubs looking at CV development, interview techniques, job search, personal impact etc.

— Provision that tackles health issues and promotes healthy lifestyles and/or positive mental health in priority wards eg Healthy Eating, Work Fit, Developing Personal Resilience, Mindfulness with links to employability.

— Setting up and running your own business.

— English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)

— Community capacity building provision eg volunteer development provision, increasing civic participation and mentoring.

— Vocational sector specific provision that provides a gateway to local employment opportunities including Sector Based Work Academies in partnership with employers and DWP.

Adult Education

Cheshire West and Chester Council | Published April 5, 2016
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80400000

Cheshire West and Chester Council is funded by the Skills Funding Agency to secure adult education opportunities in the borough of West Cheshire and Chester. The main focus of the Skills and Employment team is tackling unemployment and particularly long term unemployment across the borough. During 2016/17, a large proportion of our funding will be targeted for delivery through external organisations to support outcomes for adults aged 19+ who face a range of challenges/barriers to securing sustainable employment.

Throughout 2016-17 we will be commissioning provision that will provide adults with the skills, support and confidence to enable them to secure employment. To meet this aim, we are particularly interested in funding bids from partners specifically tackling the barriers people face when trying to secure employment and/or progress at work including:

— Work related skills eg IT, English, maths and work-related personal skills with a focus on progression into further learning and/or work.

— Job Clubs looking at CV development, interview techniques, job search, personal impact etc.

— Provision that tackles health issues and promotes healthy lifestyles and/or positive mental health in priority wards eg Healthy Eating, Work Fit, Developing Personal Resilience, Mindfulness with links to employability.

— Setting up and running your own business.

— English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)

— Community capacity building provision eg volunteer development provision, increasing civic participation and mentoring.

— Vocational sector specific provision that provides a gateway to local employment opportunities including Sector Based Work Academies in partnership with employers and DWP.

To procure the delivery of Education and Training Services funded by the Adult Education Budget for

Skills Funding Agency | Published January 31, 2017
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To procure the delivery of Education and Training Services funded by the Adult Education Budget for

Application for Adult Education Budget Funding 2016/2017

 | Published June 16, 2016
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80000000

Buckinghamshire Adult Learning has welcomed interest from organisations that can help to develop and deliver priority learning provision to be funded from the Skills Funding Agency and the Education Funding Agency under the Adult Education Budget , 16-18 Apprenticeships and 16-23 Traineeships, 16-18 Learner Responsive funding and 24+ Advanced Learning Loans Funding streams.

National Reporting System for Adult Education

Department of Education, Contracts & Acquisitions Management | Published June 19, 2015
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This is a Pre-Solicitation Notice to alert GSA MOBIS Schedule 874-1 contractors of the U.S. Department of Education’s (Department) upcoming release of a Request for Quotes (RFQ). We anticipate releasing the RFQ on or about July 1, 2015. The anticipated contract will support the Department’s Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education’s (OCTAE) National Reporting System (NRS). The NRS is the accountability system for the Title II adult education program. It includes an on-line tool through which States report enrollment, demographic, and performance outcome data related to their adult education programs. A new NRS accountability system required by the Workforce Improvement Act (WIA) of 1998 and the recently passed Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) is scheduled to go into effect on July 1, 2016. From July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016, the current NRS accountability system under WIA will remain in place. Because this project will take place during the transition from WIA to WIOA accountability systems, it requires familiarity with both systems. The tasks associated with the current project are intended to support OCTAE’s responsibilities to manage the current NRS accountability system and to roll-out and manage the new NRS system required by WIOA. Tasks 2 and 3, which require the contractor to provide technical assistance to States and local service providers, are of critical importance. Task 2 will support OCTAE’s responsibilities under section 242(b)(1) of WIOA to provide technical assistance to help States meet the requirements of the new accountability system. Task 3 will support OCTAE’s responsibilities under Section 242(b)(2) to provide technical assistance to help local educational service providers (described in statute as “eligible providers”) use the NRS and data systems for program improvement. Both tasks will also support OCTAE’s current accountability responsibilities under WIA, which will remain in place during the transition period. For additional information regarding the requirement please consult the vendor outreach materials associated with this procurement that are currently provided on www.FBO.gov.

‘Enhancing lifelong learning through modernising the vocational education and training and adult education systems’

Finansministeriet, den centrale finans- og kontraktafdeling (CFCD) | Published February 3, 2016
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‘Enhancing lifelong learning through modernising the vocational education and training and adult education systems’

Specialist Adult Education Services in the Borough of Merton

 | Published April 15, 2016
Winner
Groundwork London
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80000000

Scope The Service Provider(s) will be required to provide specialist Adult Education Services to support the main provision (Lot 1 under separate procurement) as set out in Schedule 1 and in the Lot-specific information set out in Schedule 2. In summary: Lot 2: Employability Services (£18,000) Lot 5: Family Learning Services (£45,000)