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Information, Advice and Support Service (IASS) Soft Market testing

Nottinghamshire County Council | Published March 23, 2017
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The Children and Families Act (2014) requires local authorities to provide children and young people with Special Educational Needs (SEN) or disabilities, and their parents and carers with information and advice about matters relating to their SEN or disabilities. The SEN Code of Practice (2015) states that Information, Advice and Support (IASS) should be provided through a dedicated and easily identifiable service and should be impartial, confidential, accessible, and should have the capacity to handle face-to-face, telephone and electronic enquiries. Following advice, from the Department for Education and the national Information Advice and Support (IAS) Network, for the need to establish a service fully independent of the Local Authority, consideration is being given to the optimum way to provide this service. One option that is being considered is to include the Disagreement Resolution and Mediation services within the IASS service. We are requesting providers complete a short questionnaire that should be completed and returned to us by 12 noon on Thursday 13th April 2017. The information and insight we obtain from this will then support the development of a tendering exercise later in the year.

Governors Development– 2 new national workshops

DEPARTMENT FOR EDUCATION | Published September 7, 2016  -  Deadline September 28, 2016
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To support our drive to improve the effectiveness of governance, we want governing boards to have access to high quality training and development opportunities in order to improve their effectiveness and to assist them in the performance of their duties. The successful bidder will be required to design and develop the content for two new national workshops as part of the Governors Development, to any state funded educational institutions in England that provide education to pupils of compulsory school age. The successful bidder will need to be familiar with the needs and demands of the governor audience; and with the policy themes, particularly the governance implications of these themes, is critical for the efficient and effective delivery of this contract. The successful bidder will also require experience of writing high quality content for training school governors, drawn from up to date research and policy; and have experience and knowledge of the learning needs of governors, to work in collaboration with DfE officials and other experts to support the delivery of this work. Tenderers are free to determine how the service will meet the requirements of its customers Tenderers are invited to propose the channels they deem appropriate to the nature of the tailored advice they will provide; which could include traditional or new approaches, such as through other digital solutions.

Dynamic Purchasing System For The Provision Of Transport Services

Nottinghamshire County Council | Published October 4, 2017  -  Deadline November 2, 2017
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Nottinghamshire County Council is seeking to establish a provider list, using a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS), of organisations able to provide 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. The purpose of this tender is to establish the Dynamic Purchasing System Agreement between the County Council and Service Provider(s) for the provision of Transport Services. Under this Agreement, transport will be provided using vehicles of various capacities (minimum 4 seats and upwards and in accordance with current Public Service Vehicle (PSV) Legislation, Private Hire or Hackney Carriage legislation or under Section 19 or 22 Permit. The Provider List will operate electronically via the due north Portal. The contract will be open for use by other public bodies in Nottinghamshire listed in the tender documents. All tender requests and submission of tender must be via the east mids tenders portal-https://www.eastmidstenders.org The initial period set up phase will conclude on the 2nd November 2017.Organisations may submit an application at any time during the life of the list. Applications will be evaluated within 10 working days of submission (in exceptional circumstances this may take 15 days) and bidders notified of the outcome

Provision of Childcare for 2, 3 and 4 year olds in Nottinghamshire County Council Maintained Properties

Nottinghamshire County Council | Published June 13, 2018  -  Deadline July 13, 2018
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Nottinghamshire County Council (the Council) has a duty to ensure that there is sufficient high quality childcare provision within the County to enable parents to access work and training and prepare children for school. The Council also distributes funding for childcare for eligible two, three and four year old children. As part of these duties the Council utilises purpose built childcare accommodation within or attached to its properties or schools throughout the county. Providers from the private, voluntary and independent sector (PVI), Academy Schools and childminders are invited to submit tenders to establish childcare provision within purpose built Council owned and maintained properties, to enable the Council to fulfil its' statutory duties to provide funded childcare and early education for 2, 3 and 4 year olds. The sites are: • Retford Central Children's Centre • Bassetlaw Rural Children's Centre (Misterton) • Bridge Children's Centre, Newark • Sherwood West Children's Centre, Rainworth • Oaktree Children's Centre, Mansfield • Holgate Early Years, Hucknall Open Days have been arranged NEXT WEEK as detailed below: Holgate Early Years Monday 18th June 2018 10am to 2pm Oaktree CC Tuesday 19th June 2018 9.30am to 1.30pm Bassetlaw (Misterton) CC Friday 22nd June 2018 10am to 2pm Open Days for the remaining sites are currently being arranged. Individual contact details for arranging site visits are included in the lot information or contact Early Childhood Service tel: 0115 977 2510 email: earlychildhoodservices@nottscc.gov.uk

Nottingham Skills Hub — Quantity Surveying Services

New College Nottingham | Published March 17, 2017
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Gleeds Building Surveying Limited
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About the Nottingham Skills Hub

Nottingham Skills Hub is a joint project created through the collaboration of New College Nottingham and Central College Nottingham, currently the 2 colleges are undertaking a merger and from December 2016 will become Nottingham College.

To date a significant amount of thinking required to produce a holistic vision and delivery strategy for Nottingham Further education (FE) has been completed over previous years and a critical component of this being the development of the proposed Skills Hub. It has been the long standing aim of both Colleges to reduce the number of operational sites and consolidate in the centre of Nottingham. Learner travel patterns indicate that the city centre is the most favourable location both in terms of ease of transport and a desire from young people and adults to study in the heart of Nottingham. The Nottingham Skills Hub development achieves this.

The proposed curriculum vision has been based on a single college corporation occupying a city centre Skills Hub offering significant educational and skills benefits, improved efficiency and effectiveness, creating a sustainable estate that evidences commitment to Nottingham's major employment and growth markets. This maximises access to both specialist and community provision across the conurbation allowing a focus of all efforts on further improving teaching and learning and student outcomes in a consistent and manageable way for Nottingham and meeting the needs of the local economy.

A number of curriculum decisions and their locations have been assumed to date, but these will need to be further considered as part of the stage 2 business case development that needs to be submitted to the LEP with a view to determining the final most efficient estate. To date it has been assumed that the single college will have five core sites, the Skills Hub being a critical site in this vision.

The Colleges have been working together in order to determine curriculum, timetabling and delivery plans, however this is yet to be finalised and the completion of this work is critical. The new campus will not only replace outdated teaching and learning facilities at both colleges but will enable the FE partners to respond directly to the needs of local employers by supplying the skills required for Nottingham's key employment and growth sectors. The Hub will provide an environment to promote and develop entrepreneurial behaviours, career aspirations and transparent progression pathways into employment within fit for purpose facilities that are of industry standard.

The Skills Hub is fully supported by the D2N2 Learning and Enterprise partnership (LEP) and Nottingham City Council (NCC). The project will be part funded by the LEP and NCC. The financing of the remainder of the development costs will be generated from college estate rationalisation and potentially through preferential borrowing. At all stages of the project the consultants are to be cognisant of the conditions of funding grant and the requirements for the design to meet all the colleges' curriculum qualification requirements.

Nottingham Skills Hub — Architectural Design Services

New College Nottingham | Published February 11, 2017
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Bond Bryan Architects Ltd
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About the Nottingham Skills Hub

Nottingham Skills Hub is a joint project created through the collaboration of New College Nottingham and Central College Nottingham, currently the 2 colleges are undertaking a merger and from December 2016 will become Nottingham College.

To date a significant amount of thinking required to produce a holistic vision and delivery strategy for Nottingham Further education (FE) has been completed over previous years and a critical component of this being the development of the proposed Skills Hub. It has been the long standing aim of both Colleges to reduce the number of operational sites and consolidate in the centre of Nottingham. Learner travel patterns indicate that the city centre is the most favourable location both in terms of ease of transport and a desire from young people and adults to study in the heart of Nottingham. The Nottingham Skills Hub development achieves this.

The proposed curriculum vision has been based on a single college corporation occupying a city centre Skills Hub offering significant educational and skills benefits, improved efficiency and effectiveness, creating a sustainable estate that evidences commitment to Nottingham's major employment and growth markets. This maximises access to both specialist and community provision across the conurbation allowing a focus of all efforts on further improving teaching and learning and student outcomes in a consistent and manageable way for Nottingham and meeting the needs of the local economy.

A number of curriculum decisions and their locations have been assumed to date, but these will need to be further considered as part of the stage 2 business case development that needs to be submitted to the LEP with a view to determining the final most efficient estate. To date it has been assumed that the single college will have five core sites, the Skills Hub being a critical site in this vision.

The Colleges have been working together in order to determine curriculum, timetabling and delivery plans, however this is yet to be finalised and the completion of this work is critical. The new campus will not only replace outdated teaching and learning facilities at both colleges but will enable the FE partners to respond directly to the needs of local employers by supplying the skills required for Nottingham's key employment and growth sectors. The Hub will provide an environment to promote and develop entrepreneurial behaviours, career aspirations and transparent progression pathways into employment within fit for purpose facilities that are of industry standard.

The Skills Hub is fully supported by the D2N2 Learning and Enterprise partnership (LEP) and Nottingham City Council (NCC). The project will be part funded by the LEP and NCC. The financing of the remainder of the development costs will be generated from college estate rationalisation and potentially through preferential borrowing. At all stages of the project the consultants are to be cognisant of the conditions of funding grant and the requirements for the design to meet all the colleges' curriculum qualification requirements.

Nottingham Skills Hub — Civil Structural and Highways Engineer.

New College Nottingham | Published March 17, 2017
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AECOM Ltd
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About the Nottingham Skills Hub Nottingham Skills Hub is a joint project created through the collaboration of New College Nottingham and Central College Nottingham, currently the 2 colleges are undertaking a merger and from 1.8.2016 will become Nottingham College. To date a significant amount of thinking required to produce a holistic vision and delivery strategy for Nottingham Further education (FE) has been completed over previous years and a critical component of this being the development of the proposed Skills Hub. It has been the long standing aim of both Colleges to reduce the number of operational sites and consolidate in the centre of Nottingham. Learner travel patterns indicate that the city centre is the most favourable location both in terms of ease of transport and a desire from young people and adults to study in the heart of Nottingham. The Nottingham Skills Hub development achieves this. The proposed curriculum vision has been based on a single college corporation occupying a city centre Skills Hub offering significant educational and skills benefits, improved efficiency and effectiveness, creating a sustainable estate that evidences commitment to Nottingham's major employment and growth markets. This maximises access to both specialist and community provision across the conurbation allowing a focus of all efforts on further improving teaching and learning and student outcomes in a consistent and manageable way for Nottingham and meeting the needs of the local economy. A number of curriculum decisions and their locations have been assumed to date, but these will need to be further considered as part of the stage 2 business case development that needs to be submitted to the LEP with a view to determining the final most efficient estate. To date it has been assumed that the single college will have 5 core sites, the Skills Hub being a critical site in this vision. The Colleges have been working together in order to determine curriculum, timetabling and delivery plans, however this is yet to be finalised and the completion of this work is critical. The new campus will not only replace outdated teaching and learning facilities at both colleges but will enable the FE partners to respond directly to the needs of local employers by supplying the skills required for Nottingham's key employment and growth sectors. The Hub will provide an environment to promote and develop entrepreneurial behaviours, career aspirations and transparent progression pathways into employment within fit for purpose facilities that are of industry standard. The Skills Hub is fully supported by the D2N2 Learning and Enterprise partnership (LEP) and Nottingham City Council (NCC). The project will be part funded by the LEP and NCC. The financing of the remainder of the development costs will be generated from college estate rationalisation and potentially through preferential borrowing. At all stages of the project the consultants are to be cognisant of the conditions of funding grant and the requirements for the design to meet all the colleges' curriculum qualification requirements.

Nottingham Skills Hub — Civil Structural and Highways Engineer

New College Nottingham | Published March 17, 2017
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AECOM Ltd
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About the Nottingham Skills Hub

Nottingham Skills Hub is a joint project created through the collaboration of New College Nottingham and Central College Nottingham, currently the 2 colleges are undertaking a merger and from 1.8.2016 will become Nottingham College.

To date a significant amount of thinking required to produce a holistic vision and delivery strategy for Nottingham Further education (FE) has been completed over previous years and a critical component of this being the development of the proposed Skills Hub. It has been the long standing aim of both Colleges to reduce the number of operational sites and consolidate in the centre of Nottingham. Learner travel patterns indicate that the city centre is the most favourable location both in terms of ease of transport and a desire from young people and adults to study in the heart of Nottingham. The Nottingham Skills Hub development achieves this.

The proposed curriculum vision has been based on a single college corporation occupying a city centre Skills Hub offering significant educational and skills benefits, improved efficiency and effectiveness, creating a sustainable estate that evidences commitment to Nottingham's major employment and growth markets. This maximises access to both specialist and community provision across the conurbation allowing a focus of all efforts on further improving teaching and learning and student outcomes in a consistent and manageable way for Nottingham and meeting the needs of the local economy.

A number of curriculum decisions and their locations have been assumed to date, but these will need to be further considered as part of the stage 2 business case development that needs to be submitted to the LEP with a view to determining the final most efficient estate. To date it has been assumed that the single college will have 5 core sites, the Skills Hub being a critical site in this vision.

The Colleges have been working together in order to determine curriculum, timetabling and delivery plans, however this is yet to be finalised and the completion of this work is critical. The new campus will not only replace outdated teaching and learning facilities at both colleges but will enable the FE partners to respond directly to the needs of local employers by supplying the skills required for Nottingham's key employment and growth sectors. The Hub will provide an environment to promote and develop entrepreneurial behaviours, career aspirations and transparent progression pathways into employment within fit for purpose facilities that are of industry standard.

The Skills Hub is fully supported by the D2N2 Learning and Enterprise partnership (LEP) and Nottingham City Council (NCC). The project will be part funded by the LEP and NCC. The financing of the remainder of the development costs will be generated from college estate rationalisation and potentially through preferential borrowing. At all stages of the project the consultants are to be cognisant of the conditions of funding grant and the requirements for the design to meet all the colleges' curriculum qualification requirements.

Nottingham Skills Hub — Quantity Surveying Services.

New College Nottingham | Published March 17, 2017
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Gleeds Building Surveying Limited
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About the Nottingham Skills Hub Nottingham Skills Hub is a joint project created through the collaboration of New College Nottingham and Central College Nottingham, currently the 2 colleges are undertaking a merger and from December 2016 will become Nottingham College. To date a significant amount of thinking required to produce a holistic vision and delivery strategy for Nottingham Further education (FE) has been completed over previous years and a critical component of this being the development of the proposed Skills Hub. It has been the long standing aim of both Colleges to reduce the number of operational sites and consolidate in the centre of Nottingham. Learner travel patterns indicate that the city centre is the most favourable location both in terms of ease of transport and a desire from young people and adults to study in the heart of Nottingham. The Nottingham Skills Hub development achieves this. The proposed curriculum vision has been based on a single college corporation occupying a city centre Skills Hub offering significant educational and skills benefits, improved efficiency and effectiveness, creating a sustainable estate that evidences commitment to Nottingham's major employment and growth markets. This maximises access to both specialist and community provision across the conurbation allowing a focus of all efforts on further improving teaching and learning and student outcomes in a consistent and manageable way for Nottingham and meeting the needs of the local economy. A number of curriculum decisions and their locations have been assumed to date, but these will need to be further considered as part of the stage 2 business case development that needs to be submitted to the LEP with a view to determining the final most efficient estate. To date it has been assumed that the single college will have five core sites, the Skills Hub being a critical site in this vision. The Colleges have been working together in order to determine curriculum, timetabling and delivery plans, however this is yet to be finalised and the completion of this work is critical. The new campus will not only replace outdated teaching and learning facilities at both colleges but will enable the FE partners to respond directly to the needs of local employers by supplying the skills required for Nottingham's key employment and growth sectors. The Hub will provide an environment to promote and develop entrepreneurial behaviours, career aspirations and transparent progression pathways into employment within fit for purpose facilities that are of industry standard. The Skills Hub is fully supported by the D2N2 Learning and Enterprise partnership (LEP) and Nottingham City Council (NCC). The project will be part funded by the LEP and NCC. The financing of the remainder of the development costs will be generated from college estate rationalisation and potentially through preferential borrowing. At all stages of the project the consultants are to be cognisant of the conditions of funding grant and the requirements for the design to meet all the colleges' curriculum qualification requirements.

Nottingham Skills Hub — Architectural Design Services

New College Nottingham | Published September 22, 2016  -  Deadline October 21, 2016
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About the Nottingham Skills Hub

Nottingham Skills Hub is a joint project created through the collaboration of New College Nottingham and Central College Nottingham, currently the two colleges are undertaking a merger and from December 2016 will become Nottingham College.

To date a significant amount of thinking required to produce a holistic vision and delivery strategy for Nottingham Further education (FE) has been completed over previous years and a critical component of this being the development of the proposed Skills Hub. It has been the long standing aim of both Colleges to reduce the number of operational sites and consolidate in the centre of Nottingham. Learner travel patterns indicate that the city centre is the most favourable location both in terms of ease of transport and a desire from young people and adults to study in the heart of Nottingham. The Nottingham Skills Hub development achieves this.

The proposed curriculum vision has been based on a single college corporation occupying a city centre Skills Hub offering significant educational and skills benefits, improved efficiency and effectiveness, creating a sustainable estate that evidences commitment to Nottingham's major employment and growth markets. This maximises access to both specialist and community provision across the conurbation allowing a focus of all efforts on further improving teaching and learning and student outcomes in a consistent and manageable way for Nottingham and meeting the needs of the local economy.

A number of curriculum decisions and their locations have been assumed to date, but these will need to be further considered as part of the stage 2 business case development that needs to be submitted to the LEP with a view to determining the final most efficient estate. To date it has been assumed that the single college will have five core sites, the Skills Hub being a critical site in this vision.

The Colleges have been working together in order to determine curriculum, timetabling and delivery plans, however this is yet to be finalised and the completion of this work is critical. The new campus will not only replace outdated teaching and learning facilities at both colleges but will enable the FE partners to respond directly to the needs of local employers by supplying the skills required for Nottingham's key employment and growth sectors. The Hub will provide an environment to promote and develop entrepreneurial behaviours, career aspirations and transparent progression pathways into employment within fit for purpose facilities that are of industry standard.

The Skills Hub is fully supported by the D2N2 Learning and Enterprise partnership (LEP) and Nottingham City Council (NCC). The project will be part funded by the LEP and NCC. The financing of the remainder of the development costs will be generated from college estate rationalisation and potentially through preferential borrowing. At all stages of the project the consultants are to be cognisant of the conditions of funding grant and the requirements for the design to meet all the colleges' curriculum qualification requirements.

Nottingham Skills Hub — Quantity Surveying Services

New College Nottingham | Published September 22, 2016  -  Deadline October 21, 2016
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About the Nottingham Skills Hub

Nottingham Skills Hub is a joint project created through the collaboration of New College Nottingham and Central College Nottingham, currently the two colleges are undertaking a merger and from December 2016 will become Nottingham College.

To date a significant amount of thinking required to produce a holistic vision and delivery strategy for Nottingham Further education (FE) has been completed over previous years and a critical component of this being the development of the proposed Skills Hub. It has been the long standing aim of both Colleges to reduce the number of operational sites and consolidate in the centre of Nottingham. Learner travel patterns indicate that the city centre is the most favourable location both in terms of ease of transport and a desire from young people and adults to study in the heart of Nottingham. The Nottingham Skills Hub development achieves this.

The proposed curriculum vision has been based on a single college corporation occupying a city centre Skills Hub offering significant educational and skills benefits, improved efficiency and effectiveness, creating a sustainable estate that evidences commitment to Nottingham's major employment and growth markets. This maximises access to both specialist and community provision across the conurbation allowing a focus of all efforts on further improving teaching and learning and student outcomes in a consistent and manageable way for Nottingham and meeting the needs of the local economy.

A number of curriculum decisions and their locations have been assumed to date, but these will need to be further considered as part of the stage 2 business case development that needs to be submitted to the LEP with a view to determining the final most efficient estate. To date it has been assumed that the single college will have five core sites, the Skills Hub being a critical site in this vision.

The Colleges have been working together in order to determine curriculum, timetabling and delivery plans, however this is yet to be finalised and the completion of this work is critical. The new campus will not only replace outdated teaching and learning facilities at both colleges but will enable the FE partners to respond directly to the needs of local employers by supplying the skills required for Nottingham's key employment and growth sectors. The Hub will provide an environment to promote and develop entrepreneurial behaviours, career aspirations and transparent progression pathways into employment within fit for purpose facilities that are of industry standard.

The Skills Hub is fully supported by the D2N2 Learning and Enterprise partnership (LEP) and Nottingham City Council (NCC). The project will be part funded by the LEP and NCC. The financing of the remainder of the development costs will be generated from college estate rationalisation and potentially through preferential borrowing. At all stages of the project the consultants are to be cognisant of the conditions of funding grant and the requirements for the design to meet all the colleges' curriculum qualification requirements.

Nottingham Skills Hub — Architectural Design Services

New College Nottingham | Published September 22, 2016  -  Deadline October 13, 2016
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About the Nottingham Skills Hub

Nottingham Skills Hub is a joint project created through the collaboration of New College Nottingham and Central College Nottingham, currently the two colleges are undertaking a merger and from December 2016 will become Nottingham College.

To date a significant amount of thinking required to produce a holistic vision and delivery strategy for Nottingham Further education (FE) has been completed over previous years and a critical component of this being the development of the proposed Skills Hub. It has been the long standing aim of both Colleges to reduce the number of operational sites and consolidate in the centre of Nottingham. Learner travel patterns indicate that the city centre is the most favourable location both in terms of ease of transport and a desire from young people and adults to study in the heart of Nottingham. The Nottingham Skills Hub development achieves this.

The proposed curriculum vision has been based on a single college corporation occupying a city centre Skills Hub offering significant educational and skills benefits, improved efficiency and effectiveness, creating a sustainable estate that evidences commitment to Nottingham's major employment and growth markets. This maximises access to both specialist and community provision across the conurbation allowing a focus of all efforts on further improving teaching and learning and student outcomes in a consistent and manageable way for Nottingham and meeting the needs of the local economy.

A number of curriculum decisions and their locations have been assumed to date, but these will need to be further considered as part of the stage 2 business case development that needs to be submitted to the LEP with a view to determining the final most efficient estate. To date it has been assumed that the single college will have five core sites, the Skills Hub being a critical site in this vision.

The Colleges have been working together in order to determine curriculum, timetabling and delivery plans, however this is yet to be finalised and the completion of this work is critical. The new campus will not only replace outdated teaching and learning facilities at both colleges but will enable the FE partners to respond directly to the needs of local employers by supplying the skills required for Nottingham's key employment and growth sectors. The Hub will provide an environment to promote and develop entrepreneurial behaviours, career aspirations and transparent progression pathways into employment within fit for purpose facilities that are of industry standard.

The Skills Hub is fully supported by the D2N2 Learning and Enterprise partnership (LEP) and Nottingham City Council (NCC). The project will be part funded by the LEP and NCC. The financing of the remainder of the development costs will be generated from college estate rationalisation and potentially through preferential borrowing. At all stages of the project the consultants are to be cognisant of the conditions of funding grant and the requirements for the design to meet all the colleges' curriculum qualification requirements.

Nottingham Skills Hub — Quantity Surveying Services

New College Nottingham | Published September 22, 2016  -  Deadline October 13, 2016
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About the Nottingham Skills Hub

Nottingham Skills Hub is a joint project created through the collaboration of New College Nottingham and Central College Nottingham, currently the two colleges are undertaking a merger and from December 2016 will become Nottingham College.

To date a significant amount of thinking required to produce a holistic vision and delivery strategy for Nottingham Further education (FE) has been completed over previous years and a critical component of this being the development of the proposed Skills Hub. It has been the long standing aim of both Colleges to reduce the number of operational sites and consolidate in the centre of Nottingham. Learner travel patterns indicate that the city centre is the most favourable location both in terms of ease of transport and a desire from young people and adults to study in the heart of Nottingham. The Nottingham Skills Hub development achieves this.

The proposed curriculum vision has been based on a single college corporation occupying a city centre Skills Hub offering significant educational and skills benefits, improved efficiency and effectiveness, creating a sustainable estate that evidences commitment to Nottingham's major employment and growth markets. This maximises access to both specialist and community provision across the conurbation allowing a focus of all efforts on further improving teaching and learning and student outcomes in a consistent and manageable way for Nottingham and meeting the needs of the local economy.

A number of curriculum decisions and their locations have been assumed to date, but these will need to be further considered as part of the stage 2 business case development that needs to be submitted to the LEP with a view to determining the final most efficient estate. To date it has been assumed that the single college will have five core sites, the Skills Hub being a critical site in this vision.

The Colleges have been working together in order to determine curriculum, timetabling and delivery plans, however this is yet to be finalised and the completion of this work is critical. The new campus will not only replace outdated teaching and learning facilities at both colleges but will enable the FE partners to respond directly to the needs of local employers by supplying the skills required for Nottingham's key employment and growth sectors. The Hub will provide an environment to promote and develop entrepreneurial behaviours, career aspirations and transparent progression pathways into employment within fit for purpose facilities that are of industry standard.

The Skills Hub is fully supported by the D2N2 Learning and Enterprise partnership (LEP) and Nottingham City Council (NCC). The project will be part funded by the LEP and NCC. The financing of the remainder of the development costs will be generated from college estate rationalisation and potentially through preferential borrowing. At all stages of the project the consultants are to be cognisant of the conditions of funding grant and the requirements for the design to meet all the colleges' curriculum qualification requirements.

Early Intervention and Promoting Independence Support Services.

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

Dynamic Purchasing System for Training Services

EFFICIENCY EAST MIDLANDS LIMITED | Published November 15, 2017  -  Deadline December 29, 2021
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Efficiency East Midlands Ltd (EEM) is a procurement consortia which establishes and manages a range of procurement routes for our members including frameworks and dynamic purchasing systems. Our members include Social Housing Providers, Local Authorities, Universities, School Academies, NHS Trusts and regional Police Forces. EEM wishes to invite applications from suitably qualified training providers to deliver a range of training courses to suit the requirements of our members. EEM are looking to establish a dynamic purchasing system (DPS) to engage a range of providers that are able to deliver a diverse range of training and qualification courses. The organisations that are successful in being awarded a place on the DPS will be given a 'pre-approved' status and will be invited to submit a formal bid when EEM Members have a requirement to contract the external delivery of training courses that fall within one of the categories in which the applicant organisation has expressed an interest. Each application to join the DPS will be reviewed by EEM to ensure the minimum criteria for entry onto the DPS is met. The minimum criteria for entry onto the DPS are detailed in Online Supplier Selection Questionnaire Evaluation. The DPS will be split into the following categories: 1. Leadership & Management 2. Health & Safety 3. Core Skills (assertiveness, minute taking, time management etc.) 4. Customer Service 5. Equality & Diversity 6. IT Skills 7. Specialist Training (gas safe, water regulations, electrical etc.) 8. Plant & Equipment Use The delivery of the training will be for our East Midlands based Members only. Further DPS lists may be set up in the future for our Members that fall outside of the East Midlands area. Successful training providers may be requested to deliver training via a variety of methods including online, at a Members premises or within theirown training facilities. Further information will be made available via documentation released with each mini tender opportunity. The following Contracting Authorities will be entitled to agree and award contracts through the DPS system: 1. Any Member of EEM. A full list of current Members is available at www.eem.org.uk 2. Any future Member of EEM, and in all cases being an organisation which has applied to join EEM in accordance with the applicable constitutional documents 3. An EEM Participant being an organisation which is neither a current or EEM Member (as defined at 1 above)nor a Future Member of EEM (as defined at 2 above) based within England and Wales which owns and/or maintains/manages housing stock in one or more geographic area in which it operates and/or is an NHS Trust(which includes Acute Trusts, Mental Trusts, Care Services Trusts and Ambulance Trusts) or organisation, police or fire authority, ambulance trust, university, higher education, further education college, school academy or other public sector organisation

Scape Built Environment Consultancy Services Framework (BECS).

Scape System Build Limited | Published August 22, 2015
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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.

CPU 1938 Carers Hub

Nottingham City Council | Published October 25, 2016  -  Deadline November 25, 2016
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There are approximately 27,000 unpaid carers in Nottingham City, 8.8% of the total population (2011 Census). This is a slightly lower percentage than the average in England (10.2%). As noted above, the true figure is likely to be much higher since many carers don’t self-identify. According to Census data more adults in Nottingham aged 35 and older are providing more hours of care per week than the national average figures. 17% of Nottingham’s carers are aged 65 and over, 45% of those carers aged 65+ provide 50 hours or more per week. Overall this gives a picture of slightly fewer carers in Nottingham compared to the national average, but providing more hours of care per week. As noted, there are recognised links between the hours of care provided, and the impact on both the health, and the financial situation, of carers – it’s noted that carers who provide more hours of care per week tend to have poorer health and higher levels of poverty. The aim of the Carers’ Support Hub is to improve quality of life for carers in Nottingham through early identification and recognition of carers, leading to more Carers Assessments and better/more joined up personalised support for both the carer and the cared-for citizen. By providing effective support for carers we will improve the carer’s quality of life, reduce incidences of poor mental health and physical injuries amongst carers, and support carers to further their education, careers and other interests. This can help reduce carer breakdown and enable carers to continue to carry out their caring roles.

EM Lawshare Framework Contract for Legal Services

Nottinghamshire County Council | Published July 20, 2017  -  Deadline August 21, 2017
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E.M. LawShare is a consortium of public bodies (the Consortium). As at 3 May 2017 it had 121 members made up of; • 8 County Councils; • 16 Unitary Councils; • 7 Metropolitan Councils; • 60 District Councils; • 6 Fire & Rescue Authorities; • 1 Police Authority; • 7 Town/Parish Councils; • 3 NHS Trusts; • 2 Arm's Length Housing Organisations (ALMO'S); • 3 specialist subsidiary companies; • 1 Coal Authority; • 1 National Park authority; • 1 Children's Trust; • 1 University; • 1 Drainage Authority; and • 1 wholly owned local authority law firm. A full list of current members is included at Appendix A to this document. Other contracting authorities (as defined in the Public Contract Regulations 2015) in England & Wales will be free to join the Consortium either before or during the course of the new contract. When the first EM Lawshare framework contract was let in April 2006 the Consortium had 13 members & four partner firms were appointed. By 2010, when the contract was let again, the membership had grown to forty five and five private law firms were appointed. In 2014, when there were sixty nine members, six private law firms were appointed. This contract ends on 31 March 2018. The new contract will be a framework agreement for four years and run from 1 April 2018. The aim is to appoint up to 8 private law firms to the new contract. The contract will not bind any of the Consortium Members to use the appointed firms nor will any guarantee be given as to the minimum levels of work which will be awarded under the contract. The ten areas of work covered by the contract are:- Administrative & Corporate Governance Adult Services Civil Litigation (including personal injury) Contract/Commercial/Procurement Conveyancing/Property Criminal Litigation Education Employment Housing Planning/Highways/Environmental

Scape Regional Construction Framework.

SCAPE GROUP LIMITED | Published May 5, 2017  -  Deadline June 2, 2017
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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 providers themselves and/or through their supply chain. No consortia bids will be accepted and in the case of group companies again only one bid will be accepted from either the group company or one of subsidiaries, but not both. 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 cooperate 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.

Information, Advice and Support Services for Children and Young People with SEND, & their Parents/Carers

Nottinghamshire County Council | Published September 4, 2017  -  Deadline October 9, 2017
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Nottinghamshire County Council, Nottingham City Council and Nottingham City Clinical Commissioning Group are seeking tenders for the provision of Information, Advice and Support Services (IASS), for Children and Young People with Special Educational Needs and/or a Disability (SEND) and their Parents/Carers. IASS for children and young people with SEND and their families currently is provided by 'Ask Us Nottinghamshire' which is hosted by Nottinghamshire County Council. The Children and Families Act (2014) requires local authorities to provide children and young people with SEND, and their parents and carers with information and advice about matters relating to their SEN or disabilities. The Information, Advice and Support Service should be impartial, confidential, accessible and should be provided through a dedicated and easily identifiable service and should have the capacity to handle face-to-face, telephone and electronic enquiries. Following advice, from the DfE and the national Information Advice and Support (IAS) Network, for the need to establish a service fully independent of the Local Authority, The commissioners are now seeking an external provider for the services. The tender has been advertised in the Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU) in accordance with the Light Touch regime of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015, using an open procedure. The service being commissioned brings together the following elements, described in the service specification (Part 3); The following services are currently being delivered to both Nottinghamshire County and Nottingham City residents:. • \"Ask Us\"; the current Information Advice and Support Service (IASS). • \"Iris\"; the information website, magazine and newsletter. The following services are currently being delivered in Nottingham City only:. • Key Workers service; which supports families through the Person Centred Review (PCR) stage of the Education, Health and Care Assessment application process, co-ordinates and communicates with families, and provides a single point of contact. • SEND Co-production and Development service; which provides engagement activities with disabled children and young people and their families. The Council is seeking bids that offer value for money through efficiency and innovative thinking and Bidders will be required to identify the level of service (hours) that will be provided for the funds available The initial term of this contract will be three years with the option to extend for a further two years in increments of up to 12 months