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The Education Procurement Service (EPS) on behalf of the UCD Conway Institute of Bimolecular and Biomedical Research (the ‘Contracting Authority’) invites tenders (‘Tenders’) to this request for tenders (‘RFT’) from economic operators (‘Tenderers’) for the Supply of a Confocal High Content Screening (HCS) Microscope.
The HSE invites tender submissions from suitably qualified service providers to work in collaboration with the clinical director’s programme (QID, HSE) to design and deliver a training programme for clinical directors and aspiring clinical directors. The successful provider will be required to develop and deliver an education programme for up to 30 Clinical Directors. It is intended that this training for Clinical Directors will equip them with basic managerial and leadership skills.
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The Department of Education and Skills has a small SharePoint administration team, who also cover other responsibilities, and is seeking to supplement this team with appropriate external assistance to meet the ongoing requirements of increased use of SharePoint as a service and application delivery platform.
The chosen vendor will be required to perform a broad variety of both proactive and reactive work on the Department's SharePoint environments, and in conjunction with a selection of staff from different areas of the IT Unit, including developers, infrastructure and networks, and database administration.
This service requires a recruitment agency to supply agency personnel on a temporary basis to supplement its core staff as and when required. These services will be provided to schools, offices and education centres under the remit of LOETB across the counties of Laois and Offaly. LOETB plans on establishing a drawdown framework for the duration of the contract. Tenderers should note that there is no guarantee of any volume, value or frequency of services under this contract.
The proposed development works to the Brewhouse Building to facilitate its conversion to a range of uses including Education, Research and Development, and / or Office facility consists of : • The retention and re-use of the Brewhouse Building (approx. 4,530 sq.m.), a 2 / 3 and part 4 and 5 storey concrete framed building. • The demolition of a two storey steel framed extension to the south of the original “Bauhaus” structure.(855sq.m. ground and 110 sq.m. Second Floor.) • Construction of a new 220 sq.m. penthouse level over the northern section of the building. • Insertion of new floors in voids at first and second floor level to create additional floor space within the existing building envelope. Replacement of part of the existing roof structure • This building is to be constructed to a L.E.E.D Gold certified standard
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The proposed development works to the Brewhouse Building to facilitate its conversion to a range of uses including Education, Research and Development, and / or Office facility consists of:
— The retention and re-use of the Brewhouse Building (approx. 4 530 sq.m.), a 2 / 3 and part 4 and 5 storey concrete framed building.
— The demolition of a 2 storey steel framed extension to the south of the original ‘Bauhaus’ structure.(855 sq.m. ground and 110 sq.m. Second Floor.)
— Construction of a new 220 sq.m. penthouse level over the northern section of the building.
— Insertion of new floors in voids at first and second floor level to create additional floor space within the existing building envelope.
Replacement of part of the existing roof structure
— This building is to be constructed to a L.E.E.D Gold certified standard.
The Apprenticeship Council was launched by the Minister for Education and Skills on 18th November 2014. The establishment of the Apprenticeship Council is a key action in the implementation of recommendations from the recent Irish Apprenticeship review. In particular, the Council is tasked with the expansion of Apprenticeship into new sectors of the economy and mapping out the sectors where new apprenticeships can make a real difference to both employers and employees. The Apprenticeship Council will, in accordance with the Apprenticeship Implementation Plan: • Develop a call for proposals for apprenticeships in areas outside of the current trades • Examine and analyse the proposals arising from the calls for proposals An initial call for proposals received 86 responses from Industry lead consortia (group consisting of industry and coordinating provider) which were managed through a manual process with documents submitted by email and stored as PDF files. Of those, 23 were designated Category 1 (most suitable for immediate development) and are at an advanced stage with the remaining proposals requiring significant work and resubmission for evaluation. General Requirements Apprenticeship Proposal Application System SOLAS, on behalf of the Apprenticeship Council, wishes to outsource the development of an e-Application facility for new Apprenticeship proposals. The system will allow for web-based submission and management of apprenticeship proposals by consortia, with application data automatically transmitted to a database that will support the Apprenticeship Council assessment and decision processes on those proposals. It is intended that the e-Application facility will be hosted on a SOLAS server and accessed through the www.apprenticeshipcouncil.ie website.
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Applications are invited from experienced, flexible and highly-motivated personnel for a role of Project Manager for the new expanded network. The duties of this position will include: Working alongside an existing project manager to facilitate the on-going development of the Historic Towns Network through the expansion and transformation of the IWTN Management of the Historic Towns Network including the collection of membership fees Work in partnership with the Heritage Council’s Head of Conservation, Grants Officer and Financial Controller, as well as other staff to administer Heritage Council grant aided projects to members of the Historic Towns Network. Contribute to the drafting and implementation of the Historic Towns Network 3-year Action Plan 2017-20 Facilitate the on-going development of the Historic Towns Network including links with European Partners Organise national conferences and public events for example during Heritage Week. Assist in the development of town teams in member towns. Provide advice on heritage-led urban regeneration to town teams in member towns Coordinate and contribute to research projects and advisory documents. Develop joint strategies with the Department of the Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs, Fáilte Ireland, local government and the Northern Ireland Department of Communities as well as Leader local development groups. Contribute to the develop and implementation of a Marketing and Development Strategy for the Historic Towns Network. Contribute to the development of education and training programmes for member towns Ongoing development of the project website and social media resources as well as other communication resources as appropriate Prepare management, policy and financial reports for the Management Committee (comprised of member towns, local and national government) and for the Heritage Council board as directed Liaise with all member town teams to facilitate the develop
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Office desks & pedestals for cellular & open plan offices.
Office storage & shelving systems.
Office seating including visitor chairs.
Tables Work Room / Production Room.
Task Seating for Seminar / Meeting room / Group Work Room / Production Room / Computer Room.
Reading room tables Reading room seating.
Moot Court Furniture.
Break out furniture including chairs, tables & stools.
Break out furniture including sofas & coffee tables.
Computer Room furniture including computer desks.
Library Shelving including task lighting.
Library Storage Systems Library Exhibition Furniture.
Metal hanging storage filing / cabinets for plans & posters.
Lecterns for seminar / training rooms.
Toprail Hanging Accessories: pin boards, white boards, shelving etc.
Restaurant furniture including: Tables, Chairs & Stools.
Meeting Pods / Cubicles.
Coat stands & other accessories.
Wall hanging write on glass white boards.
Quantities have not yet been finalised. As an indication, a description of the rooms has been provided below. Furniture will be required for some or all of the below spaces;
Project 1: Enclosed Service and Plant Areas, e.g. MV Room, LV Room etc. Book Processing, Book Unpacking / Quarantine, Digitisation, Staff Development (Staffing Facilities) and the Automatic Storage and Retrieval Area (ASRS) Support Areas and the Building Stores will also be located at this Level.
Ground Floor Level:
Project 1: Special Collections Archiving, Main Reading Area (Double Volume Space) and Exhibition Areas with Training Rooms, Offices and associated accommodation. The Special Collections Archival Storage Area are located on this floor that consist of Specialist Compact Storage shelving units already procured as part of the main building works. As part of the Loose Furniture Works, adjustable library shelving units are to be provided to the Special Collections Reading Area. The Special Collections Archives, Reading and Exhibition Areas are to be in accordance to PD5454 (2012) ‘Guide for the Storage and Exhibition of Archival Materials’.
First Floor Level:
Project 1: Digital Scholarship, Data and Visualisation Area located on the First Floor with Group Work Rooms, Production Suites, Offices, Meeting Rooms, associated accommodation and Breakout Area to a Glazed link. Adjustable library shelving units shelving units are also located on this floor.
Second Floor Level:
Project 1: Medical and Health Sciences Library are located on the Second Floor Level and will consist of Main reading Area (Double Volume Space), Post Graduate Reading, Post Graduate Study, Faculty Areas, Offices, Meeting Rooms, associated accommodation and Breakout Area to a Glazed link. Adjustable library shelving units shelving units are also located on this floor.
Third Floor Level:
Project 1: The Law Library with associated Reading and Study Areas with a fully functional Moot Court, offices and Group Meet and Working Areas located on the Third Floor Level and Breakout Area to a Glazed link. Adjustable library shelving units shelving units are also located on this floor.
Garden Level: Project 2: not applicable.
Ground Floor Level: Project 2: New Exhibition and Meeting Area, Extension of existing Library Café (Study Café), Training Room, new Entrance Knowledge Market / ‘Ask Us’ Area with associated support, Book return and Sorting Area, Security Area, Open Plan Circulation Area with Breakout Areas and the development of a new Education Assistive Technology Centre consisting of Offices, Computer Training Laboratory, Assessment Rooms and an open plan Seating/Study Area fully compliant to Part M (TGD).
First Floor Level: Project 2: Open Plan Office Area and Study/Reading Areas to new curtain walling bay windows.
Second Floor Level: Project 2: Open Plan Study/Reading Areas to new curtain walling bay windows.
Third Floor Level: Project 2: not applicable.