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High Potential Initial Teacher Training Programme RF x 122.

Department for Education, National College for Teaching and Leadership (NCTL) | Published December 11, 2015  -  Deadline January 29, 2016
cpvs
80000000, 80530000

Background The Department for Education's (DfE) vision is for a highly educated society in which opportunity is more equal for children and young people, no matter what their background or family circumstances. This investment will contribute to the achievement of the DfE system goal: ‘Educational excellence, everywhere’ by 2020. It will do this by contributing towards 2 DfE delivery priorities: ‘improve recruitment by attracting and training new highly-skilled teachers’ and to ‘strengthen school leadership with a particular focus on a sufficient supply of leaders for our toughest areas’. The new contract. This contract will see government investment in the recruitment and training (in 2 cohorts) up to 4 200 new teachers to work in schools with low attaining pupils and/or high numbers of disadvantaged pupils. This is to help these schools close the gap in attainment between disadvantaged pupils and their peers. Trainees will be employed as unqualified teachers and would begin working in schools in September 2017 and 2018 in the cohorts in the initial term of the contract. They will benefit from one year's initial teacher training, then a second year employed as a newly qualified teacher. The 2017 cohort will then complete by July 2019; and the 2018 cohort by July 2020. Contract exit activity is expected to take until October 2020. Subject to satisfactory contractor performance; ministerial agreement; and availability of funding, there will be an option to extend the contract to deliver a further two cohorts (of up to 5 000 new teachers). This extension, would be into a new spending review period and will not be confirmed until 2018. Trainees will be employed as unqualified teachers and would begin working in schools in September 2019 and 2020 in the cohorts in the additional term. They will benefit from one year's initial teacher training, then a second year employed as a newly qualified teacher. The 2019 cohort will then complete by July 2021; and the 2020 cohort by July 2022. Contract exit activity would be expected to take until October 2022. The NCTL, an executive agency of the DfE, is seeking one national provider (or consortium) to: — Recruit high quality graduates and career changers who have the potential to be highly skilled teachers and leaders and who would otherwise be unlikely to join the profession. — Train them to be highly skilled teachers and emerging leaders in primary and secondary schools with low attaining pupils and/or high numbers of disadvantaged pupils. The places will be in England. Some places will be in Early Years settings.

Built Environment Consultancy Services (BECS).

Scape System Build Limited (Trading as Scape Group) | Published December 19, 2015  -  Deadline February 5, 2016
cpvs
71000000, 70210000, 70220000, 70310000, 70320000, 70330000, 71210000, 71220000, 71230000, 71240000, 71250000, 71310000, 71311000, 71312000, 71320000, 71324000, 71330000, 71334000, 71340000, 71350000, 71410000, 71420000, 71510000, 71520000, 71530000, 71540000, 71610000, 71620000, 71700000, 79410000, 79996000, 90710000, 70110000, 70120000, 72224000, 71315300, 71630000, 70130000

Scape wishes to establish a framework agreement for use by or on behalf of public sector bodies (their respective statutory successors and organisations created as a result of re-organisation or organisational change). This notice is an invitation for formal expressions of interest in accordance with the Public Contract Regulations 2015. In the formal procurement process which follows, applications are invited from suitably experienced suppliers of built environment consultancy services who can provide high quality services using a customer focused approach particularly in the public sector. Scape will be open to receiving responses from consortia, joint ventures, strategic alliances and other such arrangements, however, such organisations will be required to form a single legal entity to contract with prior to the award of the contract and provide appropriate guarantees and security packages commensurate with such services. Scape anticipate that a single supplier/entity will be awarded the framework to provide all the required services at the conclusion of the procurement process themselves, through their supply chain or via a consortium/joint venture arrangement. The services will comprise a full range of built environment consultancy services as noted, referred to as core and non-core services. Core services will comprise; Project Management, Quantity Surveying, Building Surveying, Commercial Surveying, Architectural Design, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Structural and Civil Engineering, Asset Management. In addition, non-core services will be made available by the framework partner through their own supply chain, which will be defined in the tender documents. Scape have previously issued a PIN for the purpose of pre-procurement market engagement, in line with the UK Governments Lean Sourcing guidelines, by engagement with the market through market awareness events, before the start of the formal procurement process for a framework for Built Environment Consultancy Services. The provider will be expected to work closely, and co-operate with local government and all other contracting authorities, in-house and external design consultants, contractors and other partner providers. The nature and type of works that maybe required may include those services identified by CPV code on or in connection with any land or property, infrastructure and related asset owned, rented, leased or developed by any of the public sector bodies eligible to use the framework, or on property, infrastructure or related asssets in which any of the public sector bodies may have an interest at the time or prospectively and may include projects in the following sectors: Central Government departments, Local Government organisations, education, housing, leisure, libraries, blue light, health and social care, offices, transport, military, farms, recycling and waste centres, industrial and commercial buildings and any other public sector operational buildings and establishments. A series of financial tests will be applied to each potential supplier in the formal procurement process which will include a turnover test based on the anticipated value of the Framework. The minimum turnover level for a potential supplier will be GBP 125 000 000 per annum. The public sector bodies to whom the use of this framework agreement will be open, include without limitation, the following contracting authorities commissioning consultancy services in the geographical areas stated in II.1.2 (and any future successors to these organisations): — Central Government Departments, Public Financial and Non-Financial Corporations — Public Sector Classification Guide, January 2015 http://www.ons.gov.uk/ons/publications/re-reference-tables.html?edition=tcm%3A77-390313 — Government Departments, agencies and public bodies https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations — Working Links Limited, — British Waterways Authority, — Local Authorities. http://openlylocal.com/councils/all, https://www.gov.uk/find-your-local-council — National Parks Authorities http://www.nationalparks.gov.uk — Educational Establishments across England and Wales maintained by the Department for Education including Academies, Colleges, Free Schools, LA Maintained Schools, Other types, Special Schools, Universities, Welsh Schools. http://www.education.gov.uk/edubase/public/quickSearchResult.xhtml?myListCount=0, https://www.gov.uk/find-school-in-england http://www.schoolswebdirectory.co.uk/ https://www.gov.uk/check-a-university-is-officially-recognised/recognised-bodies https://www.gov.uk/check-a-university-is-officially-recognised/listed-bodies http://search.ucas.com/ https://www.ukrlp.co.uk/ http://www.universitiesuk.ac.uk/aboutus/members/Pages/default.aspx — Social Enterprises within Culture and Leisure. http://www.sporta.org/member-directory — Police Forces in the United Kingdom (including Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland) http://www.police.uk/?view=force_sites#force_sites — Fire and Rescue Services (including Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland) http://www.fireservice.co.uk/information/ukfrs — NHS Bodies including Acute Trusts, Clinical Commissioning Groups, Mental Health Trusts, Health and Care Trusts, Ambulance Trusts, Area Teams, Special Health Authorities, Others and NHS property services, http://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories/Pages/AcuteTrustListing.aspx http://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories/Pages/CCGListing.aspx http://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories/Pages/MentalHealthTrustListing.aspx http://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories/Pages/CareTrustListing.aspx http://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories/Pages/AmbulanceTrustListing.aspx http://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories/Pages/AreaTeamListing.aspx http://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories/Pages/SpecialHealthAuthorityListing.aspx — Department of Health Advisory Bodies and Committees http://www.dh.gov.uk/health/about-us/public-bodies-2/advisory-bodies/ — Hospices in UK including Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. http://www.nhs.uk/Service-Search/End-of-life-hospice-services/Location/342 http://www.hauraki.co.uk/hospice_uk/ http://www.nahf.org.uk/hospice-directory.html — Registered Providers of Social Housing https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/current-registered-providers-of-social-housing, http://www.nhfdirectory.co.uk — Third Sector and Charities. http://www.charitycommission.gov.uk/find-charities http://ted.europa.eu/TED — Citizens Advice. http://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/index/aboutus/citizens_advice_offices .htm; Scottish Public Bodies — Scottish Government. http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Home — Scottish Local Authorities. http://www.scotland.gov.uk/About/Government/councils http://www.scotland-excel.org.uk/home/AboutUs/OurMembers/LocalAuthorityMembers.aspx — Scottish Agencies, NDPBs. http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/Government/public-bodies/about/Bodies — Scottish NHS Bodies. http://www.show.scot.nhs.uk/organisations/index.aspx Review — Scottish Ambulance http://www.scottishambulance.com/TheService/organised.aspx — Scottish Further and Higher Education Bodies. http://www.gov.scot/Topics/Education/UniversitiesColleges http://www.sfc.ac.uk/aboutus/council_funded_institutions/WhoWeFundUniversities.aspx — Scottish Police. http://www.scottish.police.uk http://www.scotland.police.uk/sitemap — Scottish Fire and Rescue. http://www.firescotland.gov.uk — Scottish Housing Associations. http://www.esystems.scottishhousingregulator.gov.uk/register/reg_pub_dsp.search http://www.sfha.co.uk/component/option,com_membersdir/Itemid,149/view,membersdir/ — Scottish Parliament. http://www.scottish.parliament.uk/index.aspx — The Scotland Office https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/scotland-office#org-contacts — Scotland Citizens Advice http://www.cas.org.uk http://www.educationscotland.gov.uk/parentzone/myschool/findaschool/index.asp?schoolsearchstring=&addresssearchstring=&authority=&strTypes=isprimaryschool&bSubmit=1&Submit=SearchCharities http://www.oscr.org.uk/search-charity-register/ — Welsh Public Bodies, National Assembly for Wales, Welsh Assembly Government and Welsh Local Authorities. http://www.wlga.gov.uk/authorities http://www.nwales-fireservice.org.uk/about-us/our-service-areas/our-service-areas.aspx?lang=en http://www.mawwfire.gov.uk/English/Area/Carmarthenshire-Command/Pages/Carmarthen.aspx http://www.southwales-fire.gov.uk/English/contactus/whereweare/Fire_Stations/Pages/default.aspx http://wales.gov.uk/topics/localgovernment/?lang=en — NHS Wales. http://www.wales.nhs.uk/nhswalesaboutus/structure http://www.wales.nhs.uk/ourservices/directory — Registered Social Landlords http://wales.gov.uk/topics/housing-and-regeneration/publications/registered-social-landlords-in-wales/?lang=en Welsh schools http://wales.gov.uk/statistics-and-research/address-list-of-schools/?lang=en http://www.south-wales.police.uk/en/ http://www.north-wales.police.uk/about-us.aspx http://www.dyfed-powys.police.uk/ http://www.uniswales.ac.uk/universities NI Public Bodies: — Northern Ireland Government Departments. http://www.northernireland.gov.uk/gov.htm — Northern Ireland Public Sector Bodies and Local Authorities. http://www.northernireland.gov.uk/az2.htm — Northern Ireland Housing Executive http://www.nihe.gov.uk/ http://www.nihe.gov.uk/social_housing_providers.pdf — Northern Ireland Housing Associations http://www.nidirect.gov.uk/housing-associations-contact — Schools in Northern Ireland. https://www.deni.gov.uk/ https://www.deni.gov.uk/topics/schools-and-infrastructure/types-schools http://apps.deni.gov.uk/appinstitutes/instmain.aspx — Further and Higher Education in Northern Ireland. http://www.nidirect.gov.uk/index/information-and-services/education-and-learning.htm — Health and Social care in Northern Ireland. http://www.hscboard.hscni.net/ http://www.nidirect.gov.uk/index/information-and-services/health-and-well-being/health-services.htm — Police Service of Northern Ireland. http://www.psni.police.uk/index.htm — Citizens Advice Northern Ireland http://www.citizensadvice.co.uk/en/About-Us/Contact/ http://www.citizensadvice.co.uk/pages/bureaux/ — Northern Ireland Water, — Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service http://www.nifrs.org/about-nifrs/ http://www.nifrs.org/areas-districts/ — Charities http://www.charitycommissionni.org.uk/ — All other contracting authorities cited by name in Schedule 1 to the Public Contracts Regulations 2015. — All other contracting authorities cited by class in Schedule 1 to the Public Contracts Regulations 2015.

High Potential Initial Teacher Training Programme RFx 122

DEPARTMENT FOR EDUCATION | Published December 9, 2015  -  Deadline January 29, 2016
cpvs
80000000

The Department for Education’s (DfE) vision is for a highly educated society in which opportunity is more equal for children and young people, no matter what their background or family circumstances. This investment will contribute to the achievement of the DfE system goal: ‘Educational excellence, everywhere’ by 2020. It will do this by contributing towards two DfE delivery priorities: ‘improve recruitment by attracting and training new highly-skilled teachers’ and to ‘strengthen school leadership… with a particular focus on a sufficient supply of leaders for our toughest areas’. The new contract This contract will see government investment in the recruitment and training (in 2 cohorts) up to 4,200 new teachers to work in schools with low attaining pupils and/or high numbers of disadvantaged pupils. This is to help these schools close the gap in attainment between disadvantaged pupils and their peers. Trainees will be employed as unqualified teachers and would begin working in schools in September 2017 and 2018 in the cohorts in the initial term of the contract. They will benefit from one year’s initial teacher training, then a second year employed as a newly qualified teacher. The 2017 cohort will then complete by July 2019; and the 2018 cohort by July 2020. Contract exit activity is expected to take until October 2020. Subject to satisfactory contractor performance; ministerial agreement; and availability of funding, there will be an option to extend the contract to deliver a further two cohorts (of up to 5,000 new teachers). This extension, would be into a new spending review period and will not be confirmed until 2018. Trainees will be employed as unqualified teachers and would begin working in schools in September 2019 and 2020 in the cohorts in the additional term. They will benefit from one year’s initial teacher training, then a second year employed as a newly qualified teacher. The 2019 cohort will then complete by July 2021; and the 2020 cohort by July 2022. Contract exit activity would be expected to take until October 2022. The NCTL, an executive agency of the DfE, is seeking one national provider (or consortium) to: • Recruit high quality graduates and career changers who have the potential to be highly skilled teachers and leaders and who would otherwise be unlikely to join the profession. • Train them to be highly skilled teachers and emerging leaders in primary and secondary schools with low attaining pupils and/or high numbers of disadvantaged pupils. The places will be in England. Some places will be in Early Years settings.

Early Intervention and Promoting Independence Support Services.

Nottinghamshire County Council | Published November 21, 2015
Winner
Framework Housing Association
cpvs
85000000, 85311100, 85311200, 85312400

As part of the Nottinghamshire's commissioned prevention services offer, the Council is commissioning a range of support services that have a clear focus on motivating and enabling people to develop the knowledge, skills, involvement and confidence that they identify as important for their on-going, self-managed independence. The services will seek to ensure that people at risk of losing their independence, and those for whom achieving independence is a realistic goal, can be supported to identify and access suitable opportunities from across health, education and the voluntary and community sector in order to achieve their goals for independence. — Lot 1: promoting Independence — Support for Vulnerable Adults. Support vulnerable adults, including people with low and moderate learning disabilities and those with an autism spectrum disorder. The service will support adults whose safety, independence or well-being is at significant risk, to gain the skills and confidence to live without on-going formal support. — Lot 2: early Intervention Support to Maintain Self-management. Will reach older people and people with long term conditions in order to address risks that threaten on-going independence. The service will be targeted at people who have lived independently but are now at risk of escalating need. It will provide information, advice, signposting or short term help to support people to work out how they can adapt to their circumstances in order to continue to self-manage. For the purpose of the tender there will be 3 ‘Service Localities’: — Bassetlaw; — Mid-Nottinghamshire; — South Nottinghamshire. Organisations may tender individually, as a consortium, or a lead organisation in a subcontracting arrangement. The contracts will run from January 2016 for a period 3 years, with an option to extend at the Council's sole discretion for an additional period of up to 12 months and a possible subsequent extension of up to a further 12 months. The 3 services included within this tender will form part of the Nottinghamshire's commissioned prevention services offer. They will be targeted at those who might otherwise be at risk of requiring a more formal social care response in the near future, and those who could be supported towards greater independence. They will predominantly therefore meet the needs of people without assessed, eligible care and support needs. These services, combined with other commissioned prevention services and the range of services, facilities and resources available to the people of Nottinghamshire from the voluntary and community sector should prevent and reduce people's care and support needs, thereby fulfilling the aims of Nottinghamshire's Adult Social Care Strategy and the duties set out in the Care Act.

Scape National Minor Works Framework.

Scape System Build Limited (trading as Scape Group) | Published October 13, 2015
Winner
Kier Construction Limited
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45210000, 45211000, 45212000, 45213000, 45214000, 45215000, 45216000, 45000000, 45100000, 45110000, 45120000, 45200000, 45220000, 45230000, 45240000, 45250000, 45260000, 45300000, 45310000, 45320000, 45330000, 45340000, 45350000, 45400000, 45410000, 45420000, 45430000, 45440000, 45450000, 71000000, 71200000, 71300000, 71400000, 71500000, 71600000, 71700000, 71800000, 71900000, 31121000, 09330000, 70110000, 70111000, 70112000

Building construction work. Construction work for multi-dwelling buildings and individual houses. Construction work for buildings relating to leisure, sports, culture, lodging and restaurants. Construction work for commercial buildings, warehouses and industrial buildings, buildings relating to transport. Construction work for buildings relating to education and research. Construction work for buildings relating to health and social services, for crematoriums and public conveniences. Construction work for buildings relating to law and order or emergency services and for military buildings. Construction work. Site preparation work. Building demolition and wrecking work and earthmoving work. Test drilling and boring work. Works for complete or part construction and civil engineering work. Engineering works and construction works. Construction work for pipelines, communication and power lines, for highways, roads, airfields and railways; flat-work. Construction work for water projects. Construction works for plants, mining and manufacturing and for buildings relating to the oil and gas industry. Roof works and other special trade construction works. Building installation work. Electrical installation work. Insulation work. Plumbing and sanitary works. Fencing, railing and safety equipment installation work. Mechanical installations. Building completion work. Plastering work. Joinery and carpentry installation work. Floor and wall covering work. Painting and glazing work. Other building completion work. Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection services. Architectural and related services. Engineering services. Urban planning and landscape architectural services. Construction-related services. Technical testing, analysis and consultancy services. Monitoring and control services. Consulting services for water-supply and waste consultancy. Laboratory services. Generating sets. Solar energy. Development services of real estate. Development of residential real estate. Development of non-residential real estate. Applications were invited from experienced providers of construction (building) works and services who could provide high quality works and services using a customer focused approach particularly in the public sector. It was anticipated that the works and services will be provided by the provider themselves, through their supply chain or via a consortium/joint venture arrangement. The works and services will comprise all types of building construction works and associated mechanical, electrical and services works and may include design and other services as required for a develop and construct or design and build works. The provider will be expected to work closely, and co-operate with local government and other contracting authorities, in-house and external design consultants, contractors and other partner providers. All contract performance will be monitored using a set of comprehensive performance indicators. The public sector bodies to whom the use of this framework agreement will be open, include without limitation, the following contracting authorities commissioning construction (building) works and services in the geographical areas stated in II.1.2) (and any future successors to these organisations): — Central Government Departments, Public Financial and Non-Financial Corporations — Public Sector Classification Guide, January 2015 http://www.ons.gov.uk/ons/publications/re-reference-tables.html?edition=tcm%3A77-390313 — Government Departments, agencies and public bodies https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations — Working Links Limited; — British Waterways Authority; — Local Authorities https://www.gov.uk/find-your-local-council — National Parks Authorities http://www.nationalparks.gov.uk/ — Educational Establishments across England and Wales maintained by the Department for Education including Academies, Colleges, Free Schools, LA Maintained Schools, Other types, Special Schools, Universities, Welsh Schools. http://www.education.gov.uk/edubase/public/quickSearchResult.xhtml?myListCount=0 https://www.gov.uk/find-school-in-england http://www.schoolswebdirectory.co.uk/index.php https://www.ucas.com/ucas/undergraduate/find-course — Social Enterprises within Culture and Leisure. http://www.sporta.org/member-directory — Police Forces in the United Kingdom (including Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland) http://www.police.uk/?view=force_sites#force_sites — Fire and Rescue Services (including Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland) http://www.fireservice.co.uk/information/ukfrs — NHS Bodies including Acute Trusts, Clinical Commissioning Groups, Mental Health Trusts, Health and Care Trusts, Ambulance Trusts, Area Teams, Special Health Authorities, Others and NHS Property Services, http://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories/Pages/AcuteTrustListing.aspx http://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories/Pages/CCGListing.aspx (including the drill down to GP's) http://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories/Pages/MentalHealthTrustListing.aspx http://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories/Pages/CareTrustListing.aspx http://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories/Pages/AmbulanceTrustListing.aspx http://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories/Pages/AreaTeamListing.aspx http://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories/Pages/SpecialHealthAuthorityListing.aspx — Department of Health Advisory Bodies and Committees http://www.dh.gov.uk/health/about-us/public-bodies-2/advisory-bodies/ — Hospices in UK including Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. http://www.nhs.uk/Service-Search/End-of-life-hospice-services/Location/342 http://www.hauraki.co.uk/hospice_uk/ http://www.nahf.org.uk/hospice-directory.html — Registered Providers of Social Housing https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/current-registered-providers-of-social-housing — Third Sector and Charities. http://www.charitycommission.gov.uk/find-charities — Citizens Advice. http://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/index/aboutus/citizens_advice_offices.htm Scottish Public Bodies: — Scottish Government. http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Home — Scottish Local Authorities. http://www.scotland.gov.uk/About/Government/councils http://www.scotland-excel.org.uk/home/AboutUs/OurMembers/LocalAuthorityMembers.aspx — Scottish Agencies, NDPBs. http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/Government/public-bodies/about/Bodies — Scottish NHS Bodies. http://www.show.scot.nhs.uk/organisations/index.aspx — Scottish Ambulance http://www.scottishambulance.com/TheService/organised.aspx — Scottish Further and Higher Education Bodies. http://www.sfc.ac.uk/aboutus/council_funded_institutions/WhoWeFundColleges.aspx http://www.sfc.ac.uk/aboutus/council_funded_institutions/WhoWeFundUniversities.aspx — Scottish Police. http://www.scottish.police.uk/ — Scottish Fire and Rescue. http://www.firescotland.gov.uk/ — Scottish Housing Associations. http://www.esystems.scottishhousingregulator.gov.uk/register/reg_pub_dsp.search http://www.sfha.co.uk/component/option,com_membersdir/Itemid,149/view,membersdir/ — Scottish Parliament. http://www.scottish.parliament.uk/index.aspx — The Scotland Office https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/scotland-office#org-contacts — Scotland Citizens Advice. http://www.cas.org.uk/bureaux Scottish Schools http://www.educationscotland.gov.uk/parentzone/myschool/findaschool/index.asp?schoolsearchstring=&addresssearchstring=&authority=&strTypes=isprimaryschool&bSubmit=1&Submit=SearchCharities http://www.oscr.org.uk/search-charity-register/ — Scottish Water; Welsh Public Bodies, National Assembly for Wales, Welsh Assembly Government and Welsh Local Authorities. http://new.wales.gov.uk/?lang=en http://wales.gov.uk/topics/localgovernment/?lang=en — Universities http://www.wales.com/en/content/cms/english/study/wales_universities/wales_universities.aspx — NHS Wales. http://www.wales.nhs.uk/nhswalesaboutus/structure http://www.wales.nhs.uk/ourservices/directory — Registered Social Landlords http://wales.gov.uk/topics/housing-and-regeneration/publications/registered-social-landlords-in-wales/?lang=en Welsh schools http://wales.gov.uk/statistics-and-research/address-list-of-schools/?lang=en NI Public Bodies: — Northern Ireland Government Departments. http://www.northernireland.gov.uk/gov.htm — Northern Ireland Public Sector Bodies and Local Authorities. http://www.northernireland.gov.uk/az2.htm — Northern Ireland Housing Executive http://www.nihe.gov.uk/ — Northern Ireland Housing Associations http://www.nidirect.gov.uk/housing-associations-contact — Schools in Northern Ireland. http://www.deni.gov.uk/index/schools-and-infrastructure-2/schools-management/10-types_of_school-nischools_pg.htm http://apps.deni.gov.uk/appinstitutes/instmain.aspx — Further and Higher Education in Northern Ireland. http://www.nidirect.gov.uk/universities-in-northern-ireland http://www.collegesni.ac.uk/ — Health and Social care in Northern Ireland. http://www.hscboard.hscni.net/ http://www.nidirect.gov.uk/index/information-and-services/health-and-well-being/health-services.htm — Police Service of Northern Ireland. http://www.psni.police.uk/index.htm — Citizens Advice Northern Ireland http://www.citizensadvice.co.uk/en/About-Us/Contact/ http://www.citizensadvice.co.uk/pages/bureaux/ — Northern Ireland Water; Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service http://www.nifrs.org/about-nifrs/ — Charities http://www.charitycommissionni.org.uk/ All other contracting authorities cited by name in Schedule 1 to the Public Contracts Regulations 2015. All other contracting authorities cited by class in Schedule 1 to the Public Contracts Regulations 2015. There is no obligation on either Scape System Build Limited or any other contracting authority to enter into call off contracts with the provider appointed nor is any guarantee be given as to the quantity, value or regularity of call off contracts to be made.

Scape Built Environment Consultancy Services Framework (BECS).

Scape System Build Limited | Published August 22, 2015
cpvs
71000000, 70100000, 70300000, 71242000, 71251000, 71300000, 71310000, 71311000, 71315200, 71315300, 71321000, 71322000, 71324000, 71420000, 71500000, 71530000, 71631300, 71631400, 79415200, 79996000, 71220000, 71247000, 71311210, 71311220, 71541000, 71311300, 71312000

This notice is not an invitation for formal expressions of interest. Scape are issuing this PIN for the purpose of pre-procurement market engagement, in line with UK Government Lean Sourcing guidelines, by engagement with the market through Market Awareness events, before the start of a formal procurement process for a Framework for Built Environment Consultancy Services for which a separate Contract Notice will be issued. At the Market Awareness events Scape will inform the market about their upcoming procurement and provide an opportunity to consult with and receive feedback from potential suppliers. In the formal procurement process to follow, applications will be invited from suitably experienced suppliers of built environment consultancy services who can provide high quality services using a customer focused approach particularly in the public sector. Scape will be open to receiving responses from consortia, joint ventures, strategic alliances and other such arrangements, however, we anticipate that we will require such organisations to form a single legal entity to contract with prior to the award of the contract and provide appropriate guarantees and security packages commensurate with such services. The services will comprise a full range of core built environment consultancy services as noted. In addition minor ancillary services will be made available by the framework partner through their own supply chain. The specific services that may be procured under the Framework cannot be clearly defined at this stage, however the nature and types of works that may be required may include those services identified by CPV code on or in connection with any land or property and related asset owned, rented, leased or developed by any of the public sector bodies eligible to use the Framework, or on property or related assets in which any of the public sector bodies may have an interest at the time or prospectively and may include projects in the following sectors, amongst others:— Central Government departments, Local Government organisations, education, housing, leisure, libraries, blue light, health and social care, offices, transport, military, farms, recycling and waste centres, industrial and commercial buildings and other public sector operational buildings and establishments. At this stage Scape anticipate that a single supplier/entity will be awarded the framework to provide ALL the required services at the conclusion of the procurement process themselves, through their supply chain or via a consortium/joint venture arrangement. The supplier/entity will be expected to work closely, and co-operate with public sector clients, in-house and external consultants, contractors and other partner providers. All contract performance will be monitored using a set of comprehensive performance indicators. Individual commissions called off under the framework may be as little as GBP 5 000 or exceed GBP 5 000 000. The services value range for individual call off arrangements will be confirmed at the next stage of the procurement process. The Contract Notice will include the estimated total aggregate value during the life of the Framework, however indicative values are given in this PIN Notice. A series of financial tests will be applied to each potential supplier in the formal procurement process which will include a turnover test based on the anticipated value of the Framework. The minimum turnover level for a potential supplier will be confirmed in the Contract Notice but is anticipated that it will be in the order of GBP 125 000 000 per annum.

Eating Disorders in Student Service: Nottingham City CCG.

Arden and GEM CSU on behalf of Nottingham City CCG | Published August 29, 2015
Winner
First Steps
cpvs
85100000

NHS Nottingham City Clinical Commissioning Group invites applications for the delivery of EDISS (eating disorders in students service). The aim of the EDISS (eating disorders in students service) is to provide fast, easily accessible access to expert information and specialist assessment for students who experience disordered eating or have concerns about their relationship with food. EDISS will be an education, assessment and treatment service supporting early identification and intervention for mild to moderate eating disorders within primary care. The service will provide targeted and accessible ‘drop-in clinics’ located on the main campuses of Nottingham Trent University and the University of Nottingham. The service will be delivered by eating disorders specialists who are able to provide immediate 1-to-1 clinical assessments and offer advice, information, brief intervention and courses of psychological therapy to prevent an escalation of symptoms. The service will be able to effectively and safely assess patients in accordance with NICE guidance including risk assessment, psychosocial assessment and suicide risk. The Provider will deliver the following outcomes: — increased awareness of eating disorders amongst students using targeted information and resources, which are relevant and appropriate to specific patient groups, — provide an informal and accessible route for patients to seek advice and information about disordered eating or concerns about their relationship with food, — facilitate early intervention to prevent the escalation of symptoms and chronic eating disorders in patients who access the service, — provide immediate physical and psychological assessment for patients who present with disordered eating symptoms with links to specialist services work with commissioners and key stakeholders including colleges, universities, GP practices, specialist eating disorders services and support groups to share experience and knowledge in relation to identifying and supporting young people with eating disorders, — work collaboratively with existing eating disorders services to ensure a robust clinical pathway is in place, — effective partnership working will be required with various other providers including Nottinghamshire Eating Disorders Service (NEDS), local CAMHS Eating Disorders service and out of area services as required, — offer brief intervention and psychological therapy treatment packages, which are tailored to the patient's level of clinical risk and their presenting eating disorder, — improved patient experience of seeking help for eating disorder symptoms, — promotion of patient self-care and self-management that is tailored to the student target group.

FM Repair, maintenance, new equipment and PAT testing of cleaning equipment.

Nottinghamshire County Council | Published July 28, 2015
Winner
Candor Services Ltd
cpvs
50530000, 50800000, 31600000

The Framework contract is for the repair, maintenance, service, supply of new equipment and PAT Testing of all types of floor cleaning machines operated by all the various departments of the Authority (i.e. Vacuum Cleaners, Carpet Shampoo Machines, Rotary Machines) and other public sector organisations in Nottinghamshire. Contract period of 2 years with optional annual extensions of up to two years. There are Approx 450 sites in the county of Nottinghamshire related to Nottinghamshire County Council. Framework for use by any of the following public bodies listed in the table below located within the boundaries of the East Midlands Region: — Town and Parish Councils within the boundary of the East Midlands. — Education establishments within the boundary of the East Midlands who are the subject of public procurement and listed on EduBase (Department of Education website. http://www.education.gov.uk/edubase/) save that this does notinclude NCC Schools. — Local Authority companies within the boundary of the East Midlands. Central Government Departments, Executive Agencies and NDPBs within the East Midlands. — http://www.civilservice.gov.uk/?s=PublicBodies2009_tcm6-35808.pdf — http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/Dl1/Directories/AZOfCentralGovernment/index.htm — NHS Bodies England including Acute Trusts, GP's, Pharmacies,Primary Care trusts, Care Trusts, NHS Hospital Trusts, Foundation Trusts, Strategic Health Authorities, Mental Health Trusts, Special Health Authorities, Community Health Councils, Local Health Boards, NHS Trusts, including Ambulance Trusts within the boundary the East Midlands. — http://www.dh.gov.uk/en/Aboutus/OrganisationsthatworkwithDH/Armslengthbodies/Categorisationofarmslengthbodies/index.htm— http://www.nhs.uk/servicedirectories/Pages/PrimaryCareTrustListing.aspx— http://www.general-practitioners-uk.co.uk — Registered Social Landlords (Housing Associations) within the boundary of the East Midlands. — http://portal.tenantservicesauthority.org/ — http://www.rsrsurvey.co.uk/RSRDocuments — Police Services within the boundary of the East Midlands. — http://www.homeoffice.gov.uk/police/ — Fire and Rescue Services within the boundary of the East Midlands.

Insurance Services 2015/2016.

The University of Nottingham | Published July 25, 2015
Winner
Chubb Insurance Company of Europe SE
cpvs
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.

Early Intervention and Promoting Independence Support Services.

Nottinghamshire County Council | Published June 24, 2015  -  Deadline August 21, 2015
cpvs
85000000

This is a notice for social and specific services in accordance with Directive 2014/24/EU Article 74 As part of the Nottinghamshire’s commissioned prevention services offer, the Council is commissioning a range of support services that have a clear focus on motivating and enabling people to develop the knowledge, skills, involvement and confidence that they identify as important for their on-going, self-managed independence. The services will seek to ensure that people at risk of losing their independence, and those for whom achieving independence is a realistic goal, can be supported to identify and access suitable opportunities from across health, education and the voluntary and community sector in order to achieve their goals for independence. LOT 1: Promoting Independence — Support for Vulnerable Adults Support vulnerable adults, including people with low and moderate learning disabilities and those with an autism spectrum disorder. The service will support adults whose safety, independence or well-being is at significant risk, to gain the skills and confidence to live without on-going formal support. LOT 2: Early Intervention Support to Maintain Self-management Will reach older people and people with long term conditions in order to address risks that threaten on-going independence. The service will be targeted at people who have lived independently but are now at risk of escalating need. It will provide information, advice, signposting or short term help to support people to work out how they can adapt to their circumstances in order to continue to self-manage. For the purpose of the tender there will be 3 ‘Service Localities’, — Bassetlaw — Mid- Nottinghamshire — South Nottinghamshire LOT 3: Deaf Support Service Service that can support adults of all ages who are deaf, deafened or have a hearing impairment and, as a result of their hearing impairment, are experiencing: a negative impact on their health, safety or well-being or those they care for; a risk to independence or security of accommodation; poor functioning or engagement. The service will enable the development of the skills and resilience needed to self-manage day to day life, without depending on commissioned support. Organisations may tender individually, as a consortium, or a lead organisation in a subcontracting arrangement. The contracts will run from January 2016 for a period 3 years, with an option to extend at the Council’s sole discretion for an additional period of up to 12 months and a possible subsequent extension of up to a further 12 months. The three services included within this tender will form part of the Nottinghamshire’s commissioned prevention services offer. They will be targeted at those who might otherwise be at risk of requiring a more formal social care response in the near future, and those who could be supported towards greater independence. They will predominantly therefore meet the needs of people without assessed, eligible care and support needs. These services, combined with other commissioned prevention services and the range of services, facilities and resources available to the people of Nottinghamshire from the voluntary and community sector should prevent and reduce people’s care and support needs, thereby fulfilling the aims of Nottinghamshire’s Adult Social Care Strategy and the duties set out in the Care Act.

Expansion of free early education for 2 year olds in Nottinghamshire.

Nottinghamshire County Council | Published June 9, 2015
Winner
Young Rascals Day Nursery
cpvs
80110000, 80000000, 85000000

This provision is to provide free early education for 2 year olds across the 7 districts in Nottinghamshire (Ashfield, Bassetlaw, Broxtowe, Gedling, Mansfield, Newark and Sherwood, and Rushcliffe).

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

Department for Education | Published May 23, 2015  -  Deadline June 22, 2015
cpvs
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'.

Insurance Services 2015/2016.

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

Scape National Facilities Management Framework.

Scape System Build Limited (trading as Scape Group) | Published April 25, 2015
Winner
Carillion (AMBS) Limited
cpvs
79993100, 79993000, 50000000, 50700000, 45000000, 55520000, 64122000, 71317210, 77314000, 79520000, 79710000, 79992000, 79952000, 90510000, 90910000, 90920000, 98351000, 15000000, 55400000, 90600000, 39000000, 71314000, 50800000, 71700000, 64100000, 75241000

Facilities management services. Building and facilities management services. Repair and maintenance services. Repair and maintenance services of building installations. Construction work. Catering services. Internal office mail and messenger services. Health and safety consultancy services. Grounds maintenance services. Reprographic services. Security services. Reception services. Event services. Refuse disposal and treatment. Cleaning services. Facility related sanitation services. Car park management services. Food, beverages, tobacco and related products. Beverage-serving services. Cleaning and sanitation services in urban or rural areas, and related services. Furniture (incl. office furniture), furnishings, domestic appliances (excl. lighting) and cleaning products. Energy and related services. Miscellaneous repair and maintenance services. Monitoring and control services. Post and courier services. Public security services. Applications were invited from experienced providers of facilities management services who could provide a high quality hard and soft facilities management works and services using a customer focused approach particularly in the public sector. The works may include design and other services as required for design and build works. The provider will be expected to work closely, and co-operate with local government and other contracting authorities, in-house and external design consultants, contractors and other partner providers. All contract performance will be monitored using a set of comprehensive performance indicators. The public sector bodies to whom the use of this framework agreement will be open, include without limitation, the following contracting authorities commissioning facilities management services in the geographical areas stated in II.1.2 (and any future successors to these organisations): The public sector bodies to whom the use of this framework agreement will be open, include without limitation, the following in the geographical area stated in II.1.2 (and any future successors to these organisations): — Central Government Departments, Public Financial and Non-Financial Corporations – Public Sector Classification Guide, March 2013 http://www.ons.gov.uk/ons/publications/re-reference-tables.html?edition=tcm%3A77-336658 — Government Departments, agencies and public bodies https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations — Local Authorities http://openlylocal.com/councils/all — NDPBs. http://www.civilservice.gov.uk/about/resources/ndpb — National Parks Authorities http://www.nationalparks.gov.uk/ — Educational Establishments across England and Wales maintained by the Department for Education including Academies, Colleges, Free Schools, LA Maintained Schools, Other types, Special Schools, Universities, Welsh Schools http://www.education.gov.uk/edubase/public/quickSearchResult.xhtml?myListCount=0 — Social Enterprises within Culture and Leisure http://www.sporta.org/member-directory — Police Forces in the United Kingdom http://www.police.uk/?view=force_sites#force_sites — Fire and Rescue Services (including Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland) http://www.fireservice.co.uk/information/ukfrs — NHS Bodies including Acute Trusts, Clinical Commissioning Groups, Mental Health Trusts, Health & Care Trusts, Ambulance Trusts, Area Teams, Special Health Authorities, Others and NHS Property Services, http://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories/Pages/AcuteTrustListing.aspx http://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories/Pages/CCGListing.aspx (including the drill down to GP's) http://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories/Pages/MentalHealthTrustListing.aspx http://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories/Pages/CareTrustListing.aspx http://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories/Pages/AmbulanceTrustListing.aspx http://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories/Pages/AreaTeamListing.aspx http://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories/Pages/SpecialHealthAuthorityListing.aspx — Department of Health Advisory Bodies and Committees http://www.dh.gov.uk/health/about-us/public-bodies-2/advisory-bodies/ — Hospices in UK including Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland http://www.hauraki.co.uk/hospice_uk/, http://helpthehospices.org.uk/about-hospice-care/find-a-hospice/uk-hospice-and-palliative-care-services/ — Registered Providers of Social Housing http://www.homesandcommunities.co.uk/ourwork/registered-provider-information — Third Sector and Charities. http://www.charitycommission.gov.uk/find-charities — Citizens Advice. http://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/index/aboutus/citizens_advice_offices.htm — Working Links Limited, — British Waterways Authority, Scottish Public Bodies, — Scottish Government. http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Home, — Scottish Local Authorities. http://www.scotland.gov.uk/About/Government/councils, http://www.scotland-excel.org.uk/home/AboutUs/OurMembers/LocalAuthorityMembers.aspx, — Scottish Agencies, NDPBs. http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/Government/public-bodies/about/Bodies, — Scottish NHS Bodies. http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/Health/NHS-Scotland/Boards, http://www.show.scot.nhs.uk/organisations/index.aspx - Scottish Ambulance http://www.scottishambulance.com/TheService/organised.aspx — Scottish Further and Higher Education Bodies. http://www.sfc.ac.uk/aboutus/council_funded_institutions/WhoWeFundColleges.aspx, http://www.sfc.ac.uk/aboutus/council_funded_institutions/WhoWeFundUniversities.aspx, — Scottish Police. http://www.scottish.police.uk/, — Scottish Fire and Rescue. http://www.firescotland.gov.uk/, — Scottish Housing Associations. http://www.esystems.scottishhousingregulator.gov.uk/register/reg_pub_dsp.search, http://www.sfha.co.uk/component/option,com_membersdir/Itemid,149/view,membersdir/, — Scottish Parliament. http://www.scottish.parliament.uk/index.aspx, — The Scotland Office https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/scotland-office#org-contacts, , — Scotland Citizens Advice. http://www.cas.org.uk/bureaux Scottish Schools, — Primary Schools. http://www.educationscotland.gov.uk/scottishschoolsonline/index.asp?schoolsearchstring=&addresssearchstring=&authority=&strTypes=isprimaryschool&bSubmit=1&Submit=Search, , — Secondary Schools. http://www.educationscotland.gov.uk/scottishschoolsonline/index.asp?schoolsearchstring=&addresssearchstring=&authority=&strTypes=issecondaryschool&bSubmit=1&Submit=Search, , — Special Schools. http://www.educationscotland.gov.uk/scottishschoolsonline/index.asp?schoolsearchstring=&addresssearchstring=&authority=&strTypes=isspecial&bSubmit=1&Submit=Search,. Charities http://www.oscr.org.uk/search-charity-register/, — Scottish Water, Welsh Public Bodies, National Assembly for Wales, Welsh Assembly Government and Welsh Local Authorities. http://www.assemblywales.org/abthome/abt-links.htm http://new.wales.gov.uk/?lang=en,http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/dl1/directories/localcouncils/dg_065241, — NHS Wales. http://www.wales.nhs.uk/nhswalesaboutus/structure, http://www.wales.nhs.uk/ourservices/directory, —— Housing Associations – Registered Social Landlords NI Public Bodies — Northern Ireland Government Departments. http://www.northernireland.gov.uk/gov.htm, — Northern Ireland Public Sector Bodies and Local Authorities. http://www.northernireland.gov.uk/az2.htm, — Northern Ireland Housing Executive http://www.nihe.gov.uk/, — Northern Ireland Housing Associations http://www.nidirect.gov.uk/housing-associations-contact, — Schools in Northern Ireland. http://www.deni.gov.uk/index/schools-and-infrastructure-2/schools-management/10-types_of_school-nischools_pg.htm, — Further and Higher Education in Northern Ireland. http://www.unixl.com/info/northern-ireland.htm, http://www.collegesni.ac.uk/, — Health and Social care in Northern Ireland. http://www.hscni.net/index.php?link=hospitals,http://www.hscboard.hscni.net/, http://www.hscni.net/index.php?link=agencies, http://www.patientclientcouncil.hscni.net/, — Police Service of Northern Ireland. http://www.psni.police.uk/index.htm, — Citizens Advice Northern Ireland http://www.citizensadvice.co.uk/en/About-Us/Contact/, http://www.citizensadvice.co.uk/pages/bureaux/, — Northern Ireland Water, — Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service http://www.nifrs.org/about-nifrs/ — Charities http://www.charitycommissionni.org.uk/ — All other contracting authorities cited by name in Regulation 3 of and/or Schedule 1 to the Public Contracts Regulations 2006 (as amended), — All other contracting authorities cited by class in Regulation 3 of and/or Schedule 1 to the Public Contracts Regulations 2006 (as amended). There is no obligation on either Scape System Build Limited or any other contracting authority to enter into call off contracts with the provider appointed nor is any guarantee be given as to the quantity, value or regularity of call off contracts to be made.

Middle Leader Secondments Pilot RD1045.

Department for Education | Published March 25, 2015  -  Deadline May 11, 2015
cpvs
80000000

Background The Department for Education's (DfE) vision is for a highly educated society in which opportunity is more equal for children and young people, no matter what their background or family circumstances. There is strong evidence that leadership and the quality of teaching and learning are the most important factors in improving pupil outcomes. NCTL, an executive agency of the Department for Education (DfE), believes that it is middle leaders, such as heads of department, heads of year and those in whole school middle leadership roles who are best placed to improve the quality and consistency of teaching in schools and in tackling the challenge of in-school variation. However, we also know that some schools struggle to recruit excellent middle leaders and that more needs to be done to attract the best leaders and teachers to the schools that need them the most. This pilot programme will seek to determine the drivers and barriers to encouraging the movement of our best middle leaders into challenging schools; and to establish the impact of strong middle leaders in raising standards and building capacity across the school system. The new contract The new contract being tendered is to enable a pilot programme where up to 100 excellent middle leaders will be seconded into England's most challenging schools for 1 year from January 2016. The National College for Teaching and Leadership (NCTL), an executive agency of the DfE, is therefore seeking 1 national provider (or consortium) to: 1) Design, develop and deliver a pilot programme to second up to 100 talented middle leaders into England's most challenging schools from January 2016 for 1 year. 2) Deliver the programme with national reach and with a particular focus in the East of England region, a high priority area where up to 30 of the secondments are expected to take place. The anticipated maximum whole life contract cost will be within the estimated range of 4 000 000 GBP to 4 600 000 GBP (inclusive of all expenses and exclusive of VAT). VAT (where applicable) will be at the GB prevailing rate. Please note that Contract requirements will be subject to available financial resources, supplier performance and flexibility to meet changing demands.

Off-Site Alternative Education Provision: Specialist Requirements.

Nottingham City Council | Published March 28, 2015
Winner
Catch22 Charity Limited, Gro Garden Ltd, Fresh Start For Kids Ltd
cpvs
80000000

Off-Site Alternative Education Provision: Specialist Requirements for specific alternative education provision for Key Stage 4 young people to support their progression into post 16 Education, Employment or Training (EET).

High Potential Senior Leaders Programme (RD1042).

Department for Education | Published March 24, 2015  -  Deadline April 29, 2015
cpvs
80000000

The Department for Education's (DfE) vision is for a highly educated society in which opportunity is more equal for children and young people, no matter what their background or family circumstances. Some areas of the country and some types of school face particular difficulties in recruiting headteachers. Evidence suggests that failure to recruit a permanent, high quality headteacher can lead to performance dips for schools. The DfE has funded a High Potential Senior Leaders (HPSL) programme since 2006 as a targeted intervention which aims to improve the leadership of England's challenging schools by helping them to attract and develop aspiring or current senior leaders who have the commitment and potential to become headteachers in England's most challenging primary and secondary schools following completion of the programme. The new contract: The contract with the incumbent supplier expires on 31.8.2016 and a new contract is being tendered to enable recruitment from September 2015 of a new cohort for the academic year 2016/17. The National College for Teaching and Leadership (NCTL), an executive agency of the DfE, is therefore seeking 1 national provider (or consortium) to: 1) Support approximately 226 existing participants who will be part-way through the HPSL programme when the current contract expires. This will involve the delivery of year 3 to approximately 101 participants from the 2014/15 cohort and the delivery of years 2 and 3 to approximately 125 participants from the 2015/16 cohort; and 2) Design, develop, market and deliver a new 3-year HPSL programme to two new cohorts during the academic years 2016-2019 and 2017-2020, reaching a minimum of 285 participants. 3) NCTL may also require the recruitment and delivery of an additional cohort covering the period 2017 to 2021. Recruitment for this cohort would start in September 2017 with delivery starting in August 2018 and finishing in July 2021 and your organisation must be able to commit to delivery of this requirement should NCTL exercise its right under the Contract to request it. The anticipated maximum whole life contract cost will be within the estimated range of 12 000 000 GBP to 14 000 000 GBP (inclusive of all expenses and exclusive of VAT). The anticipated whole life contract cost covers the Initial Term of the contract plus the provision of an additional cohort if required by the NCTL. VAT (where applicable) will be at the GB prevailing rate. Please note that contract requirements will be subject to available financial resources, supplier performance and flexibility to meet changing demands. Duration in months: a maximum of 63 (from the award of the contract). Where delivery of an additional cohort is required, the Contract will be extended from the expiry of the Initial Term for a further period of up to a maximum of 12 months to accommodate delivery of the additional cohort. Any additional cohort will be subject to the continued support and funding by government and the satisfactory delivery of the programme and its outcomes in line with agreed key performance indicators and service level agreements.

High Potential Middle Leaders Programme — Secondary (RD1043).

Department for Education | Published March 24, 2015  -  Deadline April 29, 2015
cpvs
80000000

Background: The Department for Education's (DfE) vision is for a highly educated society in which opportunity is more equal for children and young people, no matter what their background or family circumstances. Current research shows that ‘in-school' variation in teaching has the most significant effect on relative pupil outcomes and addressing the persistent tail of underachievement. High quality middle leadership is the essential element to delivering consistently excellent lessons in every classroom. The DfE has funded a High Potential Middle Leaders (HPML) secondary programme since 2011 as a targeted intervention which aims to provide middle leaders with training and coaching to develop in their current jobs, raise attainment within their schools and develop their potential for senior leadership. The new contract: The contract with the incumbent supplier expires on 31.7.2016 and a new contract is being tendered to enable recruitment activity from September 2015 of a new cohort for academic year 2016/17. The National College for Teaching and Leadership (NCTL), an executive agency of the DfE, is therefore seeking one national provider (or consortium) to: 1) support approximately 510 existing participants who will be part-way through the HPML programme when the current contract expires. This will involve the delivery of year 2 to those participants from August 2016 to July 2017; and 2) design, develop, market and deliver a new 2-year HPML programme to 2 new cohorts during the academic years 2016-2018 and 2017- 2019, reaching a minimum of 1 170 participants; 3) NCTL may also require the recruitment and delivery of an additional cohort covering the period 2017 to 2020. Recruitment for this cohort would start in September 2017 with delivery starting in August 2018 and finishing in July 2020 and your organisation must be able to commit to delivery of this requirement should NCTL exercise its right under the Contract to request it. The anticipated maximum whole life contract cost will be within the estimated range of 12 000 000 GBP to 17 000 000 GBP (inclusive of all expenses and exclusive of VAT). The anticipated whole life contract cost covers the Initial Term of the contract plus the provision of an additional cohort if required by the NCTL. VAT (where applicable) will be at the GB prevailing rate. Please note that contract requirements will be subject to available financial resources, supplier performance and flexibility to meet changing demands. Duration in months: a maximum of 51 months (from the award of the contract). Where delivery of an additional cohort is required, the Contract will be extended from the expiry of the Initial Term for a further period of up to a maximum of 12 months to accommodate delivery of the additional cohort. Any additional cohort will be subject to the continued support and funding by government and the satisfactory delivery of the programme and its outcomes in line with agreed key performance indicators and service level agreements.

Eating Disorders in Students Service — Nottingham City CCG.

Arden and GEM CSU on behalf of Nottingham City Clinical Commissioning Group | Published May 7, 2015  -  Deadline June 2, 2015
cpvs
85100000

NHS Nottingham City Clinical Commissioning Group invites applications for the delivery of EDISS (Eating Disorders in Students Service). The aim of the EDISS (Eating Disorders in Students Service) is to provide fast, easily accessible access to expert information and specialist assessment for students who experience disordered eating or have concerns about their relationship with food. EDISS will be an education, assessment and treatment service, supporting early identification and intervention for mild to moderate eating disorders within Primary Care. The Service will provide targeted and accessible ‘drop-in clinics' located on the main campuses of Nottingham Trent University and the University of Nottingham. The Service will be delivered by eating disorders specialists, who are able to provide immediate one to one clinical assessments and offer advice, information, brief intervention and courses of psychological therapy to prevent an escalation of symptoms. The Service will be able to effectively and safely assess patients in accordance with NICE guidance, including risk assessment, psychosocial assessment and suicide risk. The provider will deliver the following outcomes: Increase awareness of eating disorders amongst students, using targeted information and resources, which are relevant and appropriate to specific patient groups. Provide an informal and accessible route for patients to seek advice and information about disordered eating or concerns about their relationship with food. Facilitate early intervention to prevent the escalation of symptoms and chronicity of eating disorders in patients who access the Service. Provide immediate physical and psychological assessment for patients who present with disordered eating symptoms with links to specialist services Work with commissioners and key stakeholders including colleges, universities, GP Practices, specialist eating disorders services and support groups to share experience and knowledge in relation to identifying and supporting young people with eating disorders. Work collaboratively with existing eating disorders services to ensure a robust clinical pathway is in place. Effective partnership working will be required with various other providers including Nottinghamshire Eating Disorders Service (NEDS), local CAMHS Eating Disorders service and out of area services as required. Offer brief intervention and psychological therapy treatment packages, which are tailored to the patient's level of clinical risk and their presenting eating disorder. Improved patient experience of seeking help for eating disorder symptoms Promotion of patient self-care and self-management that is tailored to the student target group.

Scape National Minor Works Framework.

Scape System Build Limited (trading as Scape Group) | Published March 4, 2015  -  Deadline April 7, 2015
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Building construction work. Construction work for multi-dwelling buildings and individual houses. Construction work for buildings relating to leisure, sports, culture, lodging and restaurants. Construction work for commercial buildings, warehouses and industrial buildings, buildings relating to transport. Construction work for buildings relating to education and research. Construction work for buildings relating to health and social services, for crematoriums and public conveniences. Construction work for buildings relating to law and order or emergency services and for military buildings. Construction work. Site preparation work. Building demolition and wrecking work and earthmoving work. Test drilling and boring work. Works for complete or part construction and civil engineering work. Engineering works and construction works. Construction work for pipelines, communication and power lines, for highways, roads, airfields and railways; flatwork. Construction work for water projects. Construction works for plants, mining and manufacturing and for buildings relating to the oil and gas industry. Roof works and other special trade construction works. Building installation work. Electrical installation work. Insulation work. Plumbing and sanitary works. Fencing, railing and safety equipment installation work. Mechanical installations. Building completion work. Plastering work. Joinery and carpentry installation work. Floor and wall covering work. Painting and glazing work. Other building completion work. Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection services. Architectural and related services. Engineering services. Urban planning and landscape architectural services. Construction-related services. Technical testing, analysis and consultancy services. Monitoring and control services. Consulting services for water-supply and waste consultancy. Laboratory services. Generating sets. Solar energy. Development services of real estate. Development of residential real estate. Development of non-residential real estate. Scape wishes to establish a framework agreement for use by or on behalf of public sector bodies (and their respective statutory successors and organisations created as a result of re-organisations or organisational changes). Applications are invited from experienced providers of construction (building) works and services who can provide high quality works and services using a customer focused approach particularly in the public sector. It is anticipated that the works and services will be provided by the provider themselves, through their supply chain or via a consortium/joint venture arrangement. Scape is open to receiving responses from consortia, joint ventures, strategic alliances and other such arrangements, however such organisations will be required to form a single legal entity to contract with prior to the award of the contract and provide appropriate guarantees and security packages commensurate with the works/services. The specific works and services that may be procured under the Framework cannot be clearly defined at this stage, however the nature and types of works that may be required may include those services identified by CPV code on or in connection with any land or property and related asset owned, rented, leased or developed by any of the public sector bodies eligible to use the Framework,or on property or related assets in which any of the public sector bodies may have an interest at the time or prospectively and may include projects in the following sectors, amongst others: — education, housing, social care, leisure, libraries, blue light, health and social care, offices, transport,military, farms, recycling and waste centres, industrial and commercial buildings and other public sector operational buildings and establishments. The works and services will comprise all types of building construction works and associated mechanical, electrical and services works and may include design and other services as required for a develop and construct or design and build works. The provider will be expected to work closely, and co-operate with local government and other contracting authorities, in-house and external design consultants, contractors and other partner providers. All contract performance will be monitored using a set of comprehensive performance indicators. The public sector bodies to whom the use of this framework agreement will be open, include without limitation, the following contracting authorities commissioning construction (building) works and services in the geographical areas stated in II.1.2 (and any future successors to these organisations): — Central Government Departments, Public Financial and Non-Financial Corporations – Public Sector Classification Guide, January 2015 http://www.ons.gov.uk/ons/publications/re-reference-tables.html?edition=tcm%3A77-390313 — Government Departments, agencies and public bodies https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations — Working Links Limited, — British Waterways Authority, — Local Authorities. http://openlylocal.com/councils/all, https://www.gov.uk/find-your-local-council, — National Parks Authorities http://www.nationalparks.gov.uk/, — Educational Establishments across England and Wales maintained by the Department for Education including Academies, Colleges, Free Schools, LA Maintained Schools, Other types, Special Schools, Universities, Welsh Schools. http://www.education.gov.uk/edubase/public/quickSearchResult.xhtml?myListCount=0, https://www.gov.uk/find-school-in-england, http://www.schoolswebdirectory.co.uk/index.php, https://www.ucas.com/ucas/undergraduate/find-course, — Social Enterprises within Culture and Leisure. http://www.sporta.org/member-directory — Police Forces in the United Kingdom (including Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland) http://www.police.uk/?view=force_sites#force_sites — Fire and Rescue Services (including Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland) http://www.fireservice.co.uk/information/ukfrs — NHS Bodies including Acute Trusts, Clinical Commissioning Groups, Mental Health Trusts, Health and Care Trusts, Ambulance Trusts, Area Teams, Special Health Authorities, Others and NHS Property Services, http://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories/Pages/AcuteTrustListing.aspxhttp://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories/Pages/CCGListing.aspx (including the drill down to GP's)http://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories/Pages/MentalHealthTrustListing.aspxhttp://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories/Pages/CareTrustListing.aspxhttp://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories/Pages/AmbulanceTrustListing.aspxhttp://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories/Pages/AreaTeamListing.aspxhttp://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories/Pages/SpecialHealthAuthorityListing.aspx — Department of Health Advisory Bodies and Committees http://www.dh.gov.uk/health/about-us/public-bodies-2/advisory-bodies/ — Hospices in UK including Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. http://www.nhs.uk/Service-Search/End-of-life-hospice-services/Location/342, http://www.hauraki.co.uk/hospice_uk/, http://www.nahf.org.uk/hospice-directory.html, — Registered Providers of Social Housing https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/current-registered-providers-of-social-housing, — Third Sector and Charities. http://www.charitycommission.gov.uk/find-charities — Citizens Advice. http://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/index/aboutus/citizens_advice_offices.htm; Scottish Public Bodies, — Scottish Government. http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Home, — Scottish Local Authorities. http://www.scotland.gov.uk/About/Government/councils, http://www.scotland-excel.org.uk/home/AboutUs/OurMembers/LocalAuthorityMembers.aspx, — Scottish Agencies, NDPBs. http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/Government/public-bodies/about/Bodies, — Scottish NHS Bodies. http://www.show.scot.nhs.uk/organisations/index.aspx, — Scottish Ambulance http://www.scottishambulance.com/TheService/organised.aspx — Scottish Further and Higher Education Bodies. http://www.sfc.ac.uk/aboutus/council_funded_institutions/WhoWeFundColleges.aspx, http://www.sfc.ac.uk/aboutus/council_funded_institutions/WhoWeFundUniversities.aspx, — Scottish Police. http://www.scottish.police.uk/, — Scottish Fire and Rescue. http://www.firescotland.gov.uk/, — Scottish Housing Associations. http://www.esystems.scottishhousingregulator.gov.uk/register/reg_pub_dsp.search, http://www.sfha.co.uk/component/option,com_membersdir/Itemid,149/view,membersdir/, — Scottish Parliament. http://www.scottish.parliament.uk/index.aspx, — The Scotland Office https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/scotland-office#org-contacts, — Scotland Citizens Advice. http://www.cas.org.uk/bureaux Scottish Schools http://www.educationscotland.gov.uk/parentzone/myschool/findaschool/index.asp?schoolsearchstring=&addresssearchstring=&authority=&strTypes=isprimaryschool&bSubmit=1&Submit=Search Charities http://www.oscr.org.uk/search-charity-register/, — Scottish Water; Welsh Public Bodies, National Assembly for Wales, Welsh Assembly Government and Welsh Local Authorities. http://new.wales.gov.uk/?lang=en, http://wales.gov.uk/topics/localgovernment/?lang=en, — Universities http://www.wales.com/en/content/cms/english/study/wales_universities/wales_universities.aspx, — NHS Wales. http://www.wales.nhs.uk/nhswalesaboutus/structure, http://www.wales.nhs.uk/ourservices/directory — Registered Social Landlords http://wales.gov.uk/topics/housing-and-regeneration/publications/registered-social-landlords-in-wales/?lang=en, Welsh schools http://wales.gov.uk/statistics-and-research/address-list-of-schools/?lang=en; NI Public Bodies — Northern Ireland Government Departments. http://www.northernireland.gov.uk/gov.htm, — Northern Ireland Public Sector Bodies and Local Authorities. http://www.northernireland.gov.uk/az2.htm, — Northern Ireland Housing Executive http://www.nihe.gov.uk/, — Northern Ireland Housing Associations http://www.nidirect.gov.uk/housing-associations-contact, — Schools in Northern Ireland. http://www.deni.gov.uk/index/schools-and-infrastructure-2/schools-management/10-types_of_school-nischools_pg.htm, http://apps.deni.gov.uk/appinstitutes/instmain.aspx, — Further and Higher Education in Northern Ireland. http://www.nidirect.gov.uk/universities-in-northern-ireland, http://www.collegesni.ac.uk/, — Health and Social care in Northern Ireland. http://www.hscboard.hscni.net/, http://www.nidirect.gov.uk/index/information-and-services/health-and-well-being/health-services.htm, — Police Service of Northern Ireland. http://www.psni.police.uk/index.htm, — Citizens Advice Northern Ireland http://www.citizensadvice.co.uk/en/About-Us/Contact/, http://www.citizensadvice.co.uk/pages/bureaux/, — Northern Ireland Water, — Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service http://www.nifrs.org/about-nifrs/ — Charities http://www.charitycommissionni.org.uk/ — All other contracting authorities cited by name in Schedule 1 to the Public Contracts Regulations 2015, — All other contracting authorities cited by class in Schedule 1 to the Public Contracts Regulations 2015.