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Education and training services

The Office of Government Procurement | Published December 21, 2016  -  Deadline January 25, 2017

The new shared Learning and Development (L&D) model has been developed by a high level working group and approved by the Civil Service Management Board. It sets out a new blended approach to learning and development for the Civil Service underpinned by a digital platform supporting administration, delivery and procurement.

The model will centralise all core learning and development responsibilities for the Framework Clients. The Framework Contract is divided into ten (10) Lots. Each Lot contains a number of Learning Interventions. The Framework will comprise of the following Lots:

Lot 1 Customer Service and Communications.

Lot 2 Interpersonal and Communications Skills.

Lot 3 Team Work and People Management.

Lot 4 Analysis and Decision Making.

Lot 5 Management and Delivery of Results.

Lot 6 Leadership.

Lot 7 Innovation and Change.

Lot 8 ICT.

Lot 9 Irish Language.

Lot 10 New Entrant Programme.

The Contracting Authority reserves the right to extend the Term for a period or periods of up to twelve (12) months with a maximum of two (2) such extension or extensions on the same terms and conditions, subject to the Contracting Authority's obligations at law. The Term will not exceed four (4) years in aggregate.

The new shared Learning and Development (L&D) model has been developed by a high level working group and approved by the Civil Service Management Board. It sets out a new blended approach to learning and development for the Civil Service underpinned by a digital platform supporting administration, delivery and procurement.

The model will centralise all core learning and development responsibilities for the Framework Clients. The Framework Contract is divided into ten (10) Lots. Each Lot contains a number of Learning Interventions. The Framework will comprise of the following Lots:

Lot 1 Customer Service and Communications

Lot 2 Interpersonal and Communications Skills

Lot 3 Team Work and People Management

Lot 4 Analysis and Decision Making

Lot 5 Management and Delivery of Results

Lot 6 Leadership

Lot 7 Innovation and Change

Lot 8 ICT

Lot 9 Irish Language

Lot 10 New Entrant Programme.

Safety education services

Electricity Supply Board ( ESB ) | Published January 13, 2017  -  Deadline February 10, 2017

Safety is a core value at ESB. ESB recognises that processes, procedures, safety management systems alone will not ensure the safety of all our staff. ESB now wants to take safety to the next level through a safety culture change programme where leadership and engagement are embedded and where everyone is aligned and committed to ensuring that ‘everyone goes home safe everyday’.

ESB wants to establish a culture where safety is central to everything we do, where there is a mind-set that is intolerant of incidents and injuries, where we take responsibility and care for our own safety and for those around us, where we speak up when we see something unsafe, where we choose to follow the safety rules, where we are compliant, where we implement sensible safety systems and where we take pride in our achievements.

Safety is a core value at ESB. This is reflected in the commitment to health safety and wellbeing at the highest level in the organisation from the Executive Director Team down to individual managers and staff. This commitment is crucial to improving health and safety performance across ESB and is reflected in the Safety Leadership framework with focus on the four pillars of Leadership, Competency, Compliance and Engagement.

ESB has made significant improvements in our Lost Time Injuries from 300+ per year to 37 it its lowest point, but since this has stayed stubbornly at about 50+ per year, one per week. Although our injury rate has improved over time, our staff are still getting injured at work.

ESB recognises that processes, procedures, safety management systems alone will not ensure the safety of all our staff. ESB now wants to take safety to the next level through a safety culture change programme where leadership and engagement are embedded and where everyone is aligned and committed to ensuring that ‘everyone goes home safe everyday’.

To support this ESB intend to roll out a companywide programme that will get everyone to question their own relationship to safety, their values beliefs and perceptions and to discuss these openly to move the safety conversation forward. ESB wants to establish a culture where safety is central to everything we do, where there is a mind-set that is intolerant of incidents and injuries, where we take responsibility and care for our own safety and for those around us, where we speak up when we see something unsafe, where we choose to follow the safety rules, where we are compliant, where we implement sensible safety systems and where we take pride in our achievements.

ESBs goal is to generate a world-class safety culture and environment which is sustainable over time, we want this culture change programme to have a transformational impact on safety performance and take the organisations to the next level.

Detailed scope of services and associated requirements will be provided at RFT stage to successful applicants.

ESB intention is to award the framework to a single supplier at the end of this procurement process.

Additional Information is provided in the PQQ available via http://www.etenders.gov.ie/

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