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Alternative (education) Provision in Nottinghamshire

Nottinghamshire County Council | Published November 4, 2016  -  Deadline December 5, 2016
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80500000

Nottinghamshire County Council and Nottingham City Council are seeking to establish a Provider List, using a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) under the Light Touch regime of the Public Contracts regulations 2015, of organisations who are able to provide commissioned placements of children and young people with Alternative education (Provider) These services will cover the requirements for placements of children & young people (Learners) made directly on behalf of Nottingham City Council, and Nottinghamshire County Council with additional scope to include local authority maintained Schools, or Free Schools and Academies (Contracting Authority) within Nottingham City, greater Nottinghamshire and surrounding areas if they wish to use it. Providers that are successful in demonstrating that they are able to meet the Councils’ standards, as set out in the service specification, will be added to the Provider List and will be subsequently invited to offer places that match the needs of the children and young people.

Education Health and Care (EHC) Plan Writing

Nottinghamshire County Council | Published March 9, 2017  -  Deadline January 3, 2017
Winner
Enhance EHC Ltd
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80000000

Nottinghamshire County Council (the "Council") is seeking to establish a framework agreement of suitably qualified service Providers to supplement the Councils in house team. The Integrated Children's Disability Service (ICDS) is responsible for the collation and assessment of appropriate information relating to children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) from 0-25 years of age, resident within Nottinghamshire for whom an Education Health and Care (EHC) Plan has been agreed. This information is used to produce an EHC Plan within the specified statutory timelines of 5 days. The successful delivery organisation will be responsible for the preparation of high quality EHC Plans, appropriate to the needs of the individual child/young person, delivered within statutory timelines. The initial term of this Framework Agreement will be two years with the option to extend for a further two years in increments of up to 12 months. The Framework Agreement will comprise of a Primary Provider (i.e. the highest ranking compliant bidder) plus a maximum of three other Providers

LIB/006269

 | Published March 9, 2016
Winner
EDUCATIONAL RECORDING AGENCY
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79980000

Education Recording Agency Subscription

Health Education East Midlands Lead Employer T.EML.011 - AWARD

Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust | Published June 22, 2017  -  Deadline February 21, 2017
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St Helens & Knowsley Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
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79631000

The standard specialty training programme is for three years, of which 20 months is delivered within general practice. The remaining 16 months is spent in other settings including acute, partnership, hospices and community trusts, with a minimum of four other placements of four months in duration. Additionally there are various specialist schemes throughout the region aimed at developing leadership, research and educational expertise amongst talented trainees. The East Midlands Team has been reviewing the Lead Employer model for some time following the recommendation of The Committee for General Practice Education Directors (COGPED) Scoping Report in 2011, which proposed that GPSTs should have one employer throughout their training, and following the successful implementation of this initiative in other Local Teams. The East Midlands Team aims to realise a range of benefits by undertaking this procurement and for a number of stakeholders involved in GPST training. These include: a) The East Midlands Team will only have to work with a single Lead Employer for their area, leaving the East Midlands Team free to manage the programmes, the finances and any potential trainees in difficulty; b) GPSTs will only have one Lead Employer during the course of their training, reducing the risk of duplication and confusion and resulting in the provision of consistent employment and human resource services throughout their training period; c) Clinicians, including Primary Care Leads, Training Programme Directors and Patch Associate Directors, will also have only one Lead Employer to work with in their areas, streamlining communications and making clearer Lead Employer and Commissioner roles and responsibilities; and d) Such arrangements need to result in the delivery of the highest quality services and demonstrate Value for Money (VfM) This procurement is being conducted as an open procedure under the Light Touch Regime. https://in-tendhost.co.uk/leicspart/aspx/Projects/Current/ Suppliers will need to register on the In-Tend e-tendering system unless already registered. Once registered they should be able to view the tender details and also return their response. The contract will be for three years with an option to extend for up to a further two years. Tender response date is 17:00 Tuesday 21 February 2017

Education & Children's Social Care Associates (ECSCAs) - Supporting ITT Quality and Compliance

DEPARTMENT FOR EDUCATION | Published February 23, 2017  -  Deadline March 13, 2017
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80000000

See 'Attachments' for a word version of this description. DfE's ITT Accreditation and Performance team supports one of the DfE departmental priorities to 'develop a great workforce - with great leadership'. The Accreditation and Performance team at DfE aims to ensure the supply of high quality ITT provision, by: accrediting new ITT providers; monitoring and intervening where poor ITT provider performance is identified; implementing changes to the ITT provider market triggered by sector change and ministerial priorities; and mitigating risks to ITT provision through the evaluation and reporting of sector issues and trends. Therefore, DfE is looking to procure up to six Initial Teacher Training (ITT) Education & Children's Social Care Associates (ECSCAs) to provide resource and capacity in the field to ensure a responsive approach to monitoring and supporting the ITT sector. As part of a support package for recently accredited and established ITT providers, ECSCA's will work with DfE/NCTL to mitigate risks throughout the ITT provider lifecycle and encourage ITT providers to be self-improving by: • Visiting prospective, recently accredited and experienced ITT providers to quality assure ITT provision in line with the statutory ITT criteria, and DfE/NCTL policies and initiatives; • providing DfE/NCTL with intelligence regarding non-compliant providers or poor quality practice, and reporting on improvements required within ITT provision in order to address non-compliance and improve quality; • advising the sector on best practice in line with current government priorities (e.g. phonics, extremism and safeguarding). DfE would provide regular briefings to facilitate this work; • visiting ITT providers, to support the migration, closure or withdrawal of ITT accreditation, to ensure continuation of high quality ITT for trainees; • supporting and providing intelligence on pilot initiatives, including subject-specific national SCITTs; • supporting and monitoring ITT providers offering ITT routes that currently carry innovation status, to ensure continued high quality ITT provision or identify areas of non-compliance; • collating, reporting and providing data and information, to inform DfE policy and delivery teams, including flagging of risks and issues; • working with NCTL/DfE to improve communications with all providers and promoting development opportunities for ITT providers and their staff to build capacity; • working with NCTL/DfE to contribute field knowledge to the development and implementation of a new ITT Data Management system (DMS); • supporting DfE/NCTL in bespoke activities aimed at improving the quality of ITT provision. DfE/NCTL requires experienced ITT professionals, who have knowledge and experience of the current Ofsted inspection frameworks, in particular, the Ofsted Initial Teacher Education Framework. The key drivers for this requirement are: • DfE/NCTL's remit for the quality assurance of the performance of accredited ITT

Initial Training For Educational Psychologists (ITEP) (RFx101).

Department for Education | Published May 23, 2015  -  Deadline June 22, 2015
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80000000

The NCTL is an executive agency of the Department for Education (the Department / DfE). It has responsibility, on behalf of The Secretary of State for Education, for ensuring the supply of high-quality teachers and training and for teacher regulation, delivering policy for teachers and instructors; those working in Early Years; classroom-based school support staff; special educational needs co-ordinators (SENCOs); educational psychologists and examination officers. The priority to ‘commission post-graduate doctoral qualification training for educational psychologists’ is laid out in the NCTL Business plan for 2015-16. The Children and Families Act (2014) gave educational psychologists an extended remit to work with children and young people 0-25 years plus young offenders. It also placed a statutory duty on the profession, to provide psychological input into the new Education, Health and Care (EHC) plans. The new contract The contract with the incumbent supplier expires on 31.8.2015 and a new contract is being tendered to enable recruitment activity from September 2015 of a new intake for academic year 2016/17. NCTL is therefore seeking a national training provider(s) to: — deliver the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) accredited (or equivalent) doctorate level, initial training for educational psychologists to ensure a continual flow of newly qualified educational psychologists to the workforce in England. — the programme will run on a 3 year cycle, and will include, year one university based with short practice placements, in years two and three trainees will work in an educational psychology service, alongside a senior educational psychologists on practice placement. — the successful contractor (s) will need to deliver a continual supply of newly qualified educational psychologists to the workforce in England until 2019-20, with an option to for an additional intake from September 18 to be completed by 2021 subject to The Secretary of State priorities. This means: — recruitment of 150 trainees on to ITEP in England starting in 2016 and a further intake of 150 starting in 2017 — the provision of high quality practice placements, that meet the HCPC and professions Practice Placement Partnership Framework standards, for all ITEP NCTL funded trainees in all 3 years as per course requirements. — A regional spread of training provision across the north, midlands and southern (including London) England. NCTL may also require the recruitment and delivery of an additional intake covering the period 2018 to 2021 subject to continued Government/Ministerial support and funding, plus the satisfactory delivery of the programme and its outcomes in line with agreed key performance indicators and service level agreements. Recruitment for this intake would start in September 2017 with delivery starting in August 2018 and finishing in August 2021 and your bidding organisations must be able to commit to delivery of this requirement should NCTL exercise its right under the Contract to request it. This contract is being advertised under the ‘Light Touch Regime'.

The University of Nottingham — Advanced Manufacturing Building.

Advanced Manufacturing Building | Published November 4, 2015  -  Deadline December 7, 2015
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45214400

The design and construction of a new build higher education engineering research building on the existing University Jubilee Campus.

The University of Nottingham — Advanced Manufacturing Building

Advanced Manufacturing Building | Published June 28, 2016
Winner
GF Tomlinson
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45214400

The design and construction of a new build higher education engineering research building on the existing University Jubilee Campus.

Research and development services and related consultancy services

Department for Education | Published November 8, 2016
Winner
National Foundation for Educational Research
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73000000

England, Wales and Northern Ireland participate in international comparison studies to benchmark our education policy and performance against other countries, review our system strengths and weaknesses in an international context, and monitor trends over time according to independent measures. The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) is one such study.

The Department for Education, Welsh Government and Department of Education Northern Ireland require the contractor to deliver the following high-level objectives:

— National Centre for England, Northern Ireland and Wales to the OECD and their international contractors.

— Administer PISA 2018 in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

— Undertake the sampling, data collection, coding and data cleaning requirements for the PISA 2018 study.

— Develop and deliver an appropriate communication and dissemination plan.

Insurance Services 2016/2017

The University of Nottingham | Published May 3, 2016  -  Deadline May 31, 2016
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66520000

The University is seeking insurance cover for activities of the University of Nottingham and its subsidiary companies. The business activities of the University are Research and Education and other related activities. The duration of the agreements, 1 year with the options up to 3 years.

Insurance Services 2016/2017

The University of Nottingham | Published August 9, 2016
Winner
RSA
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66510000, 66514110, 66516400, 66516500

The University is seeking insurance cover for activities of the University of Nottingham and its subsidiary companies. The business activities of the University are Research and Education and other related activities. The duration of the agreements, 1 year with the options up to 3 years.

Insurance Services 2015/2016.

The University of Nottingham | Published July 25, 2015
Winner
Chubb Insurance Company of Europe SE
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66510000, 66512000, 66516400, 66515200, 66519200

The University is seeking insurance cover for activities of the University of Nottingham and its subsidiary companies. The business activities of the University are Research and Education and other related activities. The duration of the agreements — 1 year with the options up to 3 years.

Insurance Services 2015/2016.

The University of Nottingham | Published April 29, 2015  -  Deadline May 26, 2015
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66516400

The University is seeking insurance cover for activities of the University of Nottingham and its subsidiary companies. The business activities of the University are Research and Education and other related activities. The duration of the agreements One year with the options up to 3 years.

Insurance Services 2015/2016.

The University of Nottingham | Published April 29, 2015  -  Deadline May 20, 2015
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66510000, 66515000, 66516400, 66510000, 66512100, 66519200, 66515000, 66516400, 66516400, 66519200, 66519200, 66512000, 66515000, 66516400

The University is seeking insurance cover for activities of the University of Nottingham and its subsidiary companies. The business activities of the University are Research and Education and other related activities. The duration of the agreements One year with the options up to 3 years.

Heath Insurance 2016/2017 (inc Travel Insurance)

The University of Nottingham | Published May 3, 2016  -  Deadline May 31, 2016
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66512200

The University is seeking insurance cover for activities of the University of Nottingham and its subsidiary companies. The business activities of the University are Research and Education and other related activities. The duration of the agreement. 1 year with options of Long Term Agreement up to 3 years.

Heath Insurance 2016/2017 (inc Travel Insurance)

The University of Nottingham | Published May 3, 2016  -  Deadline May 26, 2016
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66512200

The University is seeking insurance cover for activities of the University of Nottingham and its subsidiary companies. The business activities of the University are Research and Education and other related activities. The duration of the agreement. 1 year with options of Long Term Agreement up to 3 years.

Insurance Services 2016/2017

The University of Nottingham | Published May 3, 2016  -  Deadline May 26, 2016
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66510000, 66510000, 66516000, 66516500, 66514110, 66514110, 66510000, 66510000, 66516500, 66510000, 66520000

The University is seeking insurance cover for activities of the University of Nottingham and its subsidiary companies. The business activities of the University are Research and Education and other related activities. The duration of the agreements, 1 year with the options up to 3 years.

Heath Insurance 2016/2017 (incl. Travel Insurance)

The University of Nottingham | Published August 9, 2016
Winner
BGMU (BUPA Global)
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66512200

The University is seeking insurance cover for activities of the University of Nottingham and its subsidiary companies. The business activities of the University are Research and Education and other related activities. The duration of the agreement. 1 year with options of Long Term Agreement up to 3 years.

Framework Agreement for The Provision of transport Services In Nottinghamshire.

Nottinghamshire County Council | Published November 25, 2014
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Centrebus, Neil's Taxis, Notts and Derby Traction, Notts and Derby Motor Traction, Skills Motor Coaches
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60000000

Nottinghamshire County Council sought tenders from Service Providers wishing to join a Framework Agreement for the provision of Transport Services including Local Bus, Mainstream Home-to-School, School Meals Transport, Ad-Hoc Taxi, Special Education Needs, High Dependency, Adult Social Care and Curriculum Transport Services. This contract will run concurrently with contract PR000788 and EASD 9DC-JBK.

Framework agreement for the provision of transport in Nottinghamshire.

Nottinghamshire County Council | Published November 25, 2014
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A2B Licensed Taxis Ltd, Acorn Taxis Arnold, Ashbourne Community Transport, Diamond Cars, Dovelin Cars Ltd, Garys Coaches Ltd, Glenn Ryder Coaches, Target Taxis, Trevor Bailey, Travel Liner, First Class
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60000000

Nottinghamshire County Council is seeking tenders from Service Providers wishing to join a Framework Agreement for the provision of Transport Services including Local Bus, Mainstream Home-to-School, School Meals Transport, Ad-Hoc Taxi, Special Education Needs, High Dependency, Adult Social Care and Curriculum Transport Services. This contract will run concurrently with contract PR000788, EASD 9DC-JBK and EASD-9GV-BRV.