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Evaluation of DGF's Civic Education Programme

Udenrigsministeriet | Published November 7, 2014  -  Deadline November 20, 2014
cpvs
75211200

For yderligere information om dette udbud se link: http://um.dk/en/danida-en/activities/business/contracts/short/contract-opportunitie/

Education and training services

Styrelsen for Undervisning og Kvalitet | Published August 10, 2016
Winner
Lærings- og kompetencecentret
cpvs

Education and training

Education and training services

Alle danske kommuner og regioner v/Danske Regioner | Published July 6, 2016  -  Deadline August 25, 2016
cpvs

Education and training

Education and training services

Styrelsen for Undervisning og Kvalitet | Published May 7, 2016  -  Deadline May 27, 2016
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Education and training

Education and training services

Danske Regioner | Published April 20, 2016
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Education and training

Education and training services

Undervisningsministeriet, Styrelsen for Undervisning og Kvalitet | Published December 16, 2016  -  Deadline January 20, 2017
cpvs
80000000

The contract includes the supply of teaching materials and implementation of education and awareness activities, which focuses on the Holocaust and other genocides.

The task includes:

Working with content to develop and to continuously develop and update a website ( 'the website') on the basis of the website Auschwitz-dag.dk as a platform for resources for education and awareness about the Holocaust and other genocides targeted audiences lower secondary education and vocational education and adult education centers (adult education).

The dissemination through a website.

A-mentioned website.

The contract includes the supply of teaching materials and implementation of education and awareness activities, which focuses on the Holocaust and other genocides.

The task includes:

Working with content to develop and to continuously develop and update a website ( 'the website') on the basis of the website Auschwitz-dag.dk as a platform for resources for education and awareness about the Holocaust and other genocides targeted two audiences:

- Lower secondary school

- Secondary schools and adult education centers (VUC).

The dissemination through the website, including:

- Once for every year of the contract drawn up - on a chosen theme in the field of Holocaust and genocide - the part the training material and associated guidelines, partly digital learning programs, as well as the planning and execution of an activity to mark Auschwitz Day,

- Planning and organizing at least once during the contract period of presentations, workshops or similar about the Holocaust and other genocides targeted partly-school level, partly secondary schools and adult education centers,

- Preparation of a collection of relevant teaching materials to use to target audiences and maintenance of the collection and preparation of a list of activities and events of the Holocaust and other genocides of the target groups as well as sending newsletters to target groups teachers and

- Preparation and implementation of initiatives for the special marking of the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz on 01.27.2020.

A-mentioned website.

Moving education

SOPU København og Nordsjælland | Published May 6, 2015  -  Deadline June 12, 2015
cpvs
79613000

SOPU Copenhagen and North Zealand is a vocational school under the Ministry of Education, which offers social and health education. SOPU's department in Copenhagen must ifm commissioning of new headquarters in Skelbækgade 1 move from three addresses (Vognmagergade 8 Gammelmønt 2 and Strandlodsvej 44) to Skelbækgade. The new headquarters has totaled approximately 10,900 m2. In total, approximately 150 employees move from the three aforementioned addresses to Skelbækgade. There is desired in this respect deals on moving the task in. Attached document. The move must be made at the turn of 2015/16.

Provision of Livestock Investment and Vocational Education Programme (LIVE) in Somalia.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark | Published April 28, 2015  -  Deadline May 26, 2015
cpvs
73220000, 75211200, 75112100, 77500000, 80000000, 98133100

The Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in cooperation with the Royal Danish Embassy in Nairobi, hereby invites applications for prequalification for a tender for the provision of services related to a Livestock Investment and Vocational Education programme (“LIVE”) in support of Denmark's Somalia Country Programme, 2015-2018. The LIVE programme shall contribute to the development of the livestock sector across Somalia, with an initial emphasis on Somaliland and Puntland, first by strengthening local capacity to mobilise and use knowledge from Somali livestock research in decision making; and second by engaging public and private sectors in improving livestock products, marketing, and safety. In particular, the objective of the programme is to support Somali institutions to develop sustainable livestock management systems, strengthen veterinary capacity and improve access to livestock market information, while linking to formal government mechanisms. Denmark has already been supporting the livestock sector via a grant to Denmark's current implementing partners. The successful tenderer in this competition shall build on and expand the work so far achieved. The context in which the engagement takes place and the goals that it seeks to achieve are as follows: — Support the livestock sector as the dominant driver of local, regional and national economies in Somalia; The livestock sector is of central importance to employment and household income; — Expanding value, income, and employment in the livestock sector; — Governments and communities have requested additional support for livestock-focused activities. Addressing these needs will contribute to poverty reduction and sustainable growth; — Enhancing capacities of government and non-government stakeholders on sector knowledge, strategies, implementation of standards (hygiene etc.) and legal matters. The successful tenderer will be expected to achieve the following indicative outcomes but innovation is strongly encouraged: — Improve capacity and student enrolment at the IGAD Sheikh Technical Veterinary School Reference Centre; — Deepen actionable knowledge in collaboration with the school. Conduct research on climate change and its impact on animal husbandry and natural resource, management and on the hides and skins value chain; — Work with the school on development of a medium and long-term business plan to move the school towards greater financial self-sufficiency; — Give consideration as to how value-added could be enhanced within a more comprehensive value-chain instead of merely continue to support the on-the-hoof value-chain and export system. Investigate opportunities to support value-addition e.g. through light-industry driven food-processing of livestock and its by-products; milk, ghee cheese, skin, bonds, etc.); — Seek synergies with other donor funded projects in the livestock sector across Somalia; — Across three regions of Somalia (Somaliland, Puntland and South-Central), replicate, adapt or expand the system of livestock grading and real-time market data that has been developed for Somaliland; — Contribute certification systems, policies and quality standards of livestock export as well as related infrastructure; — Build capacities of livestock sector institutions (ministry of livestock, chamber of commerce, quality control commission, ISTVS and other related institutions).

Provision of Livestock Investment and Vocational Education Programme (LIVE) in Somalia.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark | Published March 15, 2016
Winner
Terra Nuova in consortium with International Livestock Research Institute ILRI
cpvs
73220000, 75211200, 75112100, 77500000, 80000000, 98133100

The Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in cooperation with the Royal Danish Embassy in Nairobi, hereby invites applications for pre-qualification for a tender for the provision of services related to a Livestock Investment and Vocational Education programme (‘LIVE’) in support of Denmark's Somalia Country Programme, 2015-2018.

The live programme shall contribute to the development of the livestock sector across Somalia, with an initial emphasis on Somaliland and Puntland, first by strengthening local capacity to mobilise and use knowledge from Somali livestock research in decision making; and second by engaging public and private sectors in improving livestock products, marketing, and safety.

In particular, the objective of the programme is to support Somali institutions to develop sustainable livestock management systems, strengthen veterinary capacity and improve access to livestock market information, while linking to formal government mechanisms.

Denmark has already been supporting the livestock sector via a grant to Denmark's current implementing partners. The successful tenderer in this competition shall build on and expand the work so far achieved.

The context in which the engagement takes place and the goals that it seeks to achieve are as follows:

— Support the livestock sector as the dominant driver of local, regional and national economies in Somalia; The livestock sector is of central importance to employment and household income;

— Expanding value, income, and employment in the livestock sector;

— Governments and communities have requested additional support for livestock-focused activities. Addressing these needs will contribute to poverty reduction and sustainable growth.

— Enhancing capacities of government and non-government stakeholders on sector knowledge, strategies, implementation of standards (hygiene etc.) and legal matters.

The successful tenderer will be expected to achieve the following indicative outcomes but innovation is strongly encouraged:

— Improve capacity and student enrolment at the IGAD Sheikh Technical Veterinary School Reference Centre.

— Deepen actionable knowledge in collaboration with the school. Conduct research on climate change and its impact on animal husbandry and natural resource, management and on the hides and skins value chain.

— Work with the school on development of a medium and long-term business plan to move the school towards greater financial self-sufficiency.

— Give consideration as to how value-added could be enhanced within a more comprehensive value-chain instead of merely continue to support the on-the-hoof value-chain and export system. Investigate opportunities to support value-addition e.g. through light-industry driven food-processing of livestock and its by-products; milk, ghee cheese, skin, bonds, etc.).

— Seek synergies with other donor funded projects in the livestock sector across Somalia.

— Across three regions of Somalia (Somaliland, Puntland and South-Central), replicate, adapt or expand the system of livestock grading and real-time market data that has been developed for Somaliland.

— Contribute certification systems, policies and quality standards of livestock export as well as related infrastructure.

— Build capacities of livestock sector institutions (ministry of livestock, chamber of commerce, quality control commission, ISTVS and other related institutions).

Efforts to promote education, remembrance and research about the Holocaust

Kvalitets- og Tilsynsstyrelsen | Published August 10, 2016
cpvs

Efforts to promote education, remembrance and research about the Holocaust.

Procurement Plan for Education and Research Ministry in 2015

Ministeriet for Forskning Innovation og Videregående Ud- dannelser | Published March 30, 2015
cpvs

The following tender is expected in 2015: Evaluation of competence undersized management of teacher education Contract Type: Announcement Expected completion: 2nd Quarter 2015 Collection of questionnaire data to the Education Zoom Contract Type: EU tender Expected completion: 2nd Quarter 2015 Provision of activities in VEU information campaign Contract Type: Union supply Expected completion: 3rd Quarter 2015

Mapping the challenges of sex, gender and education in the Nordic region

Ministeriet for Børn, Ligestilling, Integration og Sociale forhold | Published November 25, 2014  -  Deadline January 16, 2015
cpvs
85312320, 73200000

The contract is offered in line with the Danish Presidency of the Nordic Council of Ministers for Gender Equality (MR-JÄM) in 2015. The purpose of the project is to focus on the challenges in recruitment and retention of girls in STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) where STEM education is typically dominated by boys, although today generally preponderance of girls in higher education. Gender-traditional choice of subjects helps to maintain a segregated and inflexible labor market, and the choice of subjects and career help in the long term negative impact on wages, pensions and the like for the girls, and it may be limiting for both girls and boys the opportunity to choose education and jobs. There is therefore an interest among the Nordic countries to gain more knowledge about what causes these traditional choices of education, and how best to motivate girls to choose STEM education and choose training for skills and competences and not by gender. Offering consists of two lots: 1. A survey of challenges related to the sex-segregated education choices with a focus on girls in STEM subjects. The study should cover both the choice of secondary and tertiary education as well as good examples of how, in the Nordic countries has worked with recruitment. The survey must include both a quantitative and a qualitative part. 2. A readable and concise handbook for actors in the field of problem with examples and recommendations on good practice from Scandinavia. The manual must be delivered in a Scandinavian language (Danish, Swedish or Norwegian) and translated into English, Icelandic and Finnish.

Study on Achievements of the Danish Bilateral Education Support Programmes to Afghanistan 2003-2015

Udenrigsministeriet | Published December 5, 2016  -  Deadline December 11, 2016
cpvs
75211200

For yderligere information om dette udbud, se link:
http://um.dk/en/danida-en/business/contracts/short/contract-opportunitie/

Study on Achievements of the Danish Bilateral Education Support Programmes to Afghanistan 2003-2015

Udenrigsministeriet | Published November 8, 2016  -  Deadline November 20, 2016
cpvs
75211200

For yderligere information om dette udbud, se link:
http://um.dk/en/danida-en/business/contracts/short/contract-opportunitie/

Construction Progress Monitoring of 14 Schools - Education Support Programme for Afghanistan

Udenrigsministeriet | Published July 1, 2016  -  Deadline July 18, 2016
cpvs
75211200

For ydereligere information om dette udbud, se link:
http://um.dk/en/danida-en/activities/business/contracts/short/contract-opportunitie/

Financial Audit of Education Support Programme to Afghanistan (ESPA) Fiscal Year 2015

Udenrigsministeriet | Published June 7, 2016  -  Deadline June 30, 2016
cpvs
75211200

For yderligere information om dette udbud se link:
http://um.dk/en/danida-en/activities/business/contracts/short/contract-opportunitie/

Education and training 2015 / S 058-102001

Københavns Kommune — v. Økonomiforvaltningen | Published March 24, 2015
cpvs
80000000, 80500000

Education and training As previously announced via Advance notice and Comdia, working Copenhagen municipality to have signed a number of agreements on the course and the education sector, including Project Management. As the Education and Training is a service that is categorized as an Annex II B services, see. Procurement Directive, Copenhagen has access to carry out the tender as the negotiated procedure, which the municipality intends to do. There will thereunder undergo an initial pre-qualification which should limit the number of suppliers who may be eligible for further tender and negotiation. 05/21/2015. Selling They will thus get a snapshot of their drafts location and become familiar with the areas in which the offer can be improved in order to meet the municipality's needs. 12:00. Indicative timetable in summary form - the publication of pre-qualification material at the end of March 2015 - deadline for applications for prequalification April 15 - the entity sending the notice for prequalification April 27 - ask deadline for tender documents 11. May - Deadline for submission of offers draft May 21 May 27 - deadline for submission of final offer 4 June. Prior published communication is available on the municipality's dialogue platform - Comdia, where it will also be an opportunity to ask questions to the municipality Direct link to this tender underside of Comdia is: http://www.comdia.com/koebenhavnskommune/ide-udbud/uddannelse Estimated cost excluding VAT: 1,400,000 DKK Lots This contract is divided into lots: no

Education and training 2015 / S 063-110974

Styrelsen for Undervisning og Kvalitet | Published March 31, 2015  -  Deadline May 7, 2015
cpvs
80000000, 80100000

Education and training contract includes development of guidance and inspiration materials to work with læringsmålstyret education with a focus on language development in courses for bilingual students based on simplified Common Objectives. The contract should provide guidance and inspiration materials on this in specific subjects. The primary target group for guidance and inspiration materials are subject teachers in primary schools to be able to use the material as inspiration for the use of their teaching. In addition, the development of a separate material with a description of the work with bilingual pupils' language development across disciplines and for use by all teachers. The separate material must also describe, respectively, administration, management, professional teams and resource persons role in terms of supporting faglærernes use of guidance and inspiration materials. Both guidance and inspiration materials and the separate material to be delivered in a proprietary file format that is editable. Both types of material to be put on www.emu.dk

Verification of Danish-funded educational infrastructures under the Danish Bilateral Education Support Programmes to Afghanistan 2003-2015 - Afghanistan

Udenrigsministeriet | Published October 6, 2016  -  Deadline October 19, 2016
cpvs
75211200

For yderligere information om dette udbud, se link:
http://um.dk/en/danida-en/business/contracts/short/contract-opportunitie/

Education and training services

Undervisningsministeriet, Styrelsen for Undervisning og Kvalitet | Published May 26, 2017  -  Deadline June 29, 2017
cpvs
80000000

The assignment can thus be divided into four sub-tasks:

Development of the mastering process.

Upgrading resource people.

Implementation of management processes, including implementation support.

Spread by further upgrading.

At the same time, better social inclusion will also positively affect the remaining students in the class.

In addition, the target group is more specifically classes with at least two students who have ADHD, ASF or similar difficulties.

The purpose of the effort is to keep students with ADHD, ASF or similar difficulties in a proper way in general education, thus facilitating their schooling and everyday life - also in the longer term.

Another element may be that the students learn techniques for how they can better keep track of what to focus on in teaching, memory training, etc.

As part of this, resources have been allocated for upgrading resource people to implement the approaches in the mastering process.

The assignment can thus be divided into four sub-tasks:

Development of course: Selection, development and pilot testing of the mastery course.

Up-qualification of resource people in the course of the mastering process.

Implementation of experiments: Implementation support for resource persons in connection with their implementation of the management process.

Spread: Upgrading additional resource people.

The evaluation assignment is independent of the assignment in the present offer, but the supplier of the present assignment and the supplier of the evaluation task will be part of a steering group together to co-operate and coordinate assignment.