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Technical and vocational secondary education services

General Pharmaceutical Council | Published September 24, 2015
cpvs
80210000, 80000000, 80300000, 80320000, 80400000, 80211000, 80340000

Technical and vocational secondary education services

Sierra Leone Secondary Education Improvement Programme (SSEIP)

Department for International Development | Published July 26, 2018
cpvs
75211200

This contract will be awarded via the negotiated procedure without prior publication as an extension of PO 7590 — Sierra Leone Secondary Education Improvement Programme (SSEIP), the education programme that Mott MacDonald T/A Cambridge Education are delivering. II.1.6) Information about lots This contract is divided into lots: No II.2) Description II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKM95 II.2.4) Description of the procurement This contract will be awarded via the negotiated procedure without prior publication as an extension of PO 7590 — Sierra Leone Secondary Education Improvement Programme (SSEIP), the education programme that Mott MacDonald T/A Cambridge Education are delivering. The Sierra Leone Secondary Education Improvement Programme (SSEIP) delivers improved learning outcomes for boys and girls at upper primary and secondary level and delivers support to increase the enrolment, retention and wellbeing of girls in school in Sierra Leone. II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No Section IV: Procedure IV.1) Description IV.1.1) Type of procedure Negotiated procedure without prior publication Justification for selected award procedure: New works/services, constituting a repetition of existing works/services and ordered in accordance with the strict conditions stated in the Directive Explanation: A contract amendment will be made to PO 7950 - Sierra Leone Secondary Education Improvement Programme (SSEIP). This procedure will increase the contract value from 33 242 882.74 GBP to 37 995 495 GBP, a total of 4 752 612.26 GBP. Article 9 states, "The negotiated procedure without prior publication may be used for new works and services consisting of the repetition of similar works or services entrusted to the economic operator to which the same contracting authority awarded an original contract, provided that such works or services are in conformity with a basic project for which the original contract was awarded following a procedure in accordance with regulation 26(1) and (2)." New services will be procured which consist of a repetition of similar services in supporting secondary education improvements in Sierra Leone. IV.1.8) Information about Government Procurement Agreement (GPA) The procurement is covered by the Government Procurement Agreement: Yes IV.2) Administrative information IV.2.1) Previous publication concerning this procedure Notice number in the OJ S: 2016/S 110-196463 Section V: Award of contract/concession Contract No: 7590 Title: Sierra Leone Secondary Education Improvement Programme (SSEIP) V.2 Award of contract/concession V.2.1) Date of conclusion of the contract/concession 20/07/2018 V.2.2) Information about tenders The contract has been awarded to a group of economic operators: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Mott MacDonald T/A Cambridge Education Cambridge UK NUTS: UKM95 The contractor is an SME: No V.2.5) Information about subcontracting Section VI: Complementary information VI.4) Procedures for review VI.4.1) Review body Gerry O'Connor, Department for International Development Eaglesham Road East Kilbride G75 8EA UK VI.4.2) Body responsible for mediation procedures Gerry O'Connor, Department for International Development Eaglesham Road East Kilbride G75 8EA UK VI.5) Date of dispatch of this notice 23/07/2018 Information added to the notice since publication. Additional information added to the notice since it's publication. No further information has been uploaded. Main Contact: andrew-west@dfid.gov.uk Admin Contact: N/a Technical Contact: N/a Other Contact: N/a Commodity Categories Commodity Categories IDTitleParent Category 75211200Foreign economic-aid-related servicesForeign-affairs services Delivery Locations Delivery Locations IDDescription 100UK - All Alert Region Restrictions The buyer has restricted the alert for this notice to suppliers based in the following regions. 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secondary education services

West Sussex County Council | Published January 21, 2012  -  Deadline February 1, 2012
cpvs
80200000, 80212000

secondary education services

Secondary education services

West Sussex County Council | Published January 21, 2012  -  Deadline February 1, 2012
cpvs
80200000, 80212000

Secondary education services

Sierra Leone Secondary Education Improvement Programme (SSEIP)

Procurement | Published November 15, 2016
Winner
Mott MacDonald T/A Cambridge Education
cpvs
75211200

1 DFID Sierra Leone is implementing a programme of support to the education sector — the Sierra Leone Secondary Education Improvement Programme (SSEIP) over the next 5 years, 2016/17 to 2020/21. The SSEIP seeks to support the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MEST) to improve learning outcomes for boys and girls at upper primary and secondary level and to increase the enrolment, retention and well-being of girls in school. The rationale for the programme is clearly set out in the Business Case. 2 The programme is being delivered in the context of Sierra Leone's recovery from Ebola. The initial 15 months of the programme will support the President's Recovery Priorities in which education is 1 of 5 priority sectors. These Recovery Priorities build Priorities build on the successes of the initial 9 month recovery programme which saw the re-opening of schools after their closure during the state of emergency from August 2014 to April 2015. Beyond the President's Recovery Priorities, which end in June 2017, SSEIP remains open and flexible to respond to the newly emerging priorities of the Government of Sierra Leone (GoSL), noting that a general election is due towards the end of 2017. These ToRs concern mainly the initial period from now until June 2017, reflecting the focus in the Business Case. Some indications are given of how the scope of work may be extended in the 2nd phase, though this remains very much an issue for second phase design which is a key activity of the 1st phase. 3 The SSEIP is part of a wider commitment of support by DFID to assist the recovery and further development of Sierra Leone. SSEIP is the largest single externally funded programme to the education sector. Other major support comes from the Global Partnership for Education (GPE), supervised by the World Bank, with a focus on primary education. The European Union (EU) is in the final stages of design of a 5 year programme covering primary, secondary and skills development. UNICEF, who has a strong presence, chairs the Education Donor Group. DFID has played a leading role in the early recovery in Sierra Leone, including in the education sector.

Sierra Leone Secondary Education Improvement Programme (SSEIP)

Procurement | Published June 9, 2016
cpvs
75211200

1. DFID Sierra Leone is implementing a programme of support to the education sector — the Sierra Leone Secondary Education Improvement Programme (SSEIP) over the next 5 years, 2016/17 to 2020/21. The SSEIP seeks to support the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MEST) to improve learning outcomes for boys and girls at upper primary and secondary level and to increase the enrolment, retention and well-being of girls in school. The rationale for the programme is clearly set out in the Business Case. 2. The programme is being delivered in the context of Sierra Leone's recovery from Ebola. The initial 15 months of the programme will support the President's Recovery Priorities in which education is 1 of 5 priority sectors. These Recovery Priorities build Priorities build on the successes of the initial 9 month recovery programme which saw the re-opening of schools after their closure during the state of emergency from August 2014 to April 2015. Beyond the President's Recovery Priorities, which end in June 2017, SSEIP remains open and flexible to respond to the newly emerging priorities of the Government of Sierra Leone (GoSL), noting that a general election is due towards the end of 2017. These ToRs concern mainly the initial period from now until June 2017, reflecting the focus in the Business Case. Some indications are given of how the scope of work may be extended in the 2nd phase, though this remains very much an issue for 2nd phase design which is a key activity of the 1st phase. 3. The SSEIP is part of a wider commitment of support by DFID to assist the recovery and further development of Sierra Leone. SSEIP is the largest single externally funded programme to the education sector. Other major support comes from the Global Partnership for Education (GPE), supervised by the World Bank, with a focus on primary education. The European Union (EU) is in the final stages of design of a 5 year programme covering primary, secondary and skills development. UNICEF, who has a strong presence, chairs the Education Donor Group. DFID has played a leading role in the early recovery in Sierra Leone, including in the education sector.

Sierra Leone Secondary Education Improvement Programme (SSEIP)

Procurement | Published June 9, 2016  -  Deadline July 18, 2016
cpvs
75211200

1. DFID Sierra Leone is implementing a programme of support to the education sector — the Sierra Leone Secondary Education Improvement Programme (SSEIP) over the next 5 years, 2016/17 to 2020/21. The SSEIP seeks to support the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MEST) to improve learning outcomes for boys and girls at upper primary and secondary level and to increase the enrolment, retention and well-being of girls in school. The rationale for the programme is clearly set out in the Business Case. 2. The programme is being delivered in the context of Sierra Leone's recovery from Ebola. The initial 15 months of the programme will support the President's Recovery Priorities in which education is 1 of 5 priority sectors. These Recovery Priorities build Priorities build on the successes of the initial 9 month recovery programme which saw the re-opening of schools after their closure during the state of emergency from August 2014 to April 2015. Beyond the President's Recovery Priorities, which end in June 2017, SSEIP remains open and flexible to respond to the newly emerging priorities of the Government of Sierra Leone (GoSL), noting that a general election is due towards the end of 2017. These ToRs concern mainly the initial period from now until June 2017, reflecting the focus in the Business Case. Some indications are given of how the scope of work may be extended in the 2nd phase, though this remains very much an issue for 2nd phase design which is a key activity of the 1st phase. 3. The SSEIP is part of a wider commitment of support by DFID to assist the recovery and further development of Sierra Leone. SSEIP is the largest single externally funded programme to the education sector. Other major support comes from the Global Partnership for Education (GPE), supervised by the World Bank, with a focus on primary education. The European Union (EU) is in the final stages of design of a 5 year programme covering primary, secondary and skills development. UNICEF, who has a strong presence, chairs the Education Donor Group. DFID has played a leading role in the early recovery in Sierra Leone, including in the education sector.

Secondary education services

St Alban Catholic Academies Trust | Published February 22, 2017
Winner
Edwards & Blake
cpvs
80200000, 55524000

To provide school catering services to:

Cardinal Newman Catholic Secondary School — Warden Hill Rd, Luton, LU2 7AE.

St Margaret of Scotland Primary School — Rotheram Avenue, Luton, LU1 5PP.

St Martin De Porres School — Primary Pastures Way, Luton, LU4 0PF.

Catering services for 2 Primary schools in Luton. Restricted process via pre-qualification. Staff are members of LGP and applicants should be able to demonstrate a full understanding and experience in dealing with this type of TUPE.

Secondary education services

The Council of the Borough of Kirklees | Published February 28, 2017  -  Deadline April 7, 2017
cpvs
80200000

The Council of the Borough of Kirklees (the ‘contracting authority’) is seeking to secure appropriate alternative arrangements for the provision of education of up to 12 pupils (with some flexibility to accommodate additional places at an agreed rate if required) from Day 6 following a permanent exclusion in Key Stage 4 (‘KS4’), for a period of 2 academic years and with an option to extend for a period of up to 2 further academic years.

Day 6 provision must be fully inclusive and cover the areas defined in the Service Specification Framework in Section II.2.4 of this Notice below.

The successful economic operator shall provide education from the sixth day of exclusion for permanently excluded students in KS4 as notified by the contracting authority's Pupil Referral Service (‘PRS’).

The successful economic operator shall make suitable admission arrangements on notification by the contracting authority so that the contracting authority meet its Day 6 obligations.

The contracting authority is seeking to secure appropriate alternative arrangements for the provision of education of up to 12 pupils (with some flexibility to accommodate additional places at an agreed rate if required) from Day 6 following a permanent exclusion in KS4, for a period of 2 academic years and with an option to extend for a period of up to 2 further academic years.

Day 6 provision must be fully inclusive and cover the areas defined in the Service Specification Framework below:

Service Specification Framework

a. Provision/Curriculum:

— Clearly stated aims and objectives;

— a KS4 curriculum appropriate to the needs of the student which includes GCSEs and other relevant accreditation across a range of subjects and levels;

— a broader curriculum which engages the student back into learning;

— 25 hours of education per week, for up to 12 students (with the flexibility to accommodate additional places if required);

— assessment and consideration of the students' Social, emotional, mental health (‘SEMH’) needs as part of the curriculum, with opportunities for them to develop their skill and understanding;

— liaison with the receiving school at the end of the placement — to offer support and guidance in order to effect a successful transition; and

— staff with excellent communication skills who are experienced in working collaboratively with others for the best interests of the student.

b. Promoting and supporting services:

— Provision of a KS4 curriculum that covers core GCSE subjects at least and the option to study beyond these;

— a rigorous approach to safeguarding policies and practice;

— staff who are skilled in working with students with SEMH needs, and who are experienced in a multi-agency working approach;

— a timetable that encompasses a broad and balanced curriculum, including nurture and support for SEMH needs;

— staff who understand schools' systems and culture, and who can work collaboratively with school colleagues to promote a smooth transition for the student;

— the ability to transport, or arrange transport for students where necessary; and

— provision of a healthy lunch for all students in the middle of the school day.

c. Meeting learner needs:

— An assessment of each student's needs — unmet learning needs, triggers for behaviour, strategies and provision required to address these supporting the development of a plan to aid transition back to school;

— staff who are skilled and experienced in working with students with SEMH needs, and who understand the broader issues in relation to this cohort of students;

— staff with a strong knowledge of teaching pedagogy that supports students with SEMH needs; and

— a personalised ratio of staff to students who are responsive to individual need.

In addition:

— The successful economic operator shall provide education from the sixth day of exclusion for permanently excluded students in KS4 as notified by the contracting authority's PRS.

— The successful economic operator shall make suitable admission arrangements on notification by the contracting authority so that the contracting authority meet its Day 6 obligations.

— The successful economic operator shall either already be an Ofsted registered independent school or have begun the process of registration or be willing to register in the event of award of the contract.

— The successful economic operator shall provide full time education which supports GCSE and other appropriate KS4 accreditation.

— The successful economic operator shall work with the student and their family during their placement to identify triggers for their behaviour, any unmet learning needs, and strategies and provision to address these. An expected outcome is a detailed plan/ report for the student and the receiving school at the end of the placement.

For further details please see the Service Specification (File 3.0) within the procurement documentation (available to download at: https://www.yortender.co.uk/procontract/supplier.nsf)

Secondary education services

The City of Cardiff Council | Published January 31, 2017  -  Deadline February 27, 2017
cpvs
80200000, 80500000, 80000000, 80300000, 80400000

Inspire 2 Achieve is seeking to contribute to ESF Priority 3 Youth Employment and Attainment Specific Objective 2 — To reduce the number of those at risk of becoming NEET, amongst 11- 24 year olds. The project will target early intervention for those most at risk across the 11-16 age range. Provision should be designed to meet the needs of participants at Key Stage 3 (school years 7-9 when pupils are aged between 11 and 14)) and Key Stage 4 (school years 10-11 when pupils are aged between 14 and 16) who may:

— Have been permanently excluded from school,

— Have been excluded from the school on a fixed term basis,

— Become at risk of disengaging from mainstream education and / or being excluded from school,

— Require additional support during negotiated transfer between mainstream schools,

— Require alternative educational provision to meet their educational entitlement, for instance in line with a Statement of Special Educational Needs or is a Child in Care with no school place.

Inspire 2 Achieve is seeking to contribute to ESF Priority 3 Youth Employment and Attainment Specific Objective 2 — To reduce the number of those at risk of becoming NEET, amongst 11- 24 year olds. The project will also work in alignment with Communities First delivery plans and Flying Start Projects. Communities First delivery is currently for those who are 16+ and Families First delivers family intervention. The Inspire intervention will work with those of school age and be focused at the individual rather than the family, therefore filling the gaps that current services and projects do not deliver. Inspire 2 Achieve is designed to identify and address the needs of those most at risk of disengagement and support them to reintegrate into mainstream education provision or alternative curriculum models or to further prepare them for transition into the post-16 environments. The project will target early intervention for those most at risk across the 11-16 age range. Provision should be designed to meet the needs of participants at Key Stage 3 (school years 7 -9 when pupils are aged between 11 and 14)) and Key Stage 4 (school years 10-11 when pupils are aged between 14 and 16) who may:

— Have been permanently excluded from school.

— Have been excluded from the school on a fixed term basis — Become at risk of disengaging from mainstream education and / or being excluded from school.

— Require additional support during negotiated transfer between mainstream schools.

— Require alternative educational provision to meet their educational entitlement, for instance in line with a Statement of Special Educational Needs or is a Child in Care with no school place.

We are seeking tenders from Suppliers who can demonstrate good outcomes and a positive impact. All qualifications must be approved for use with pre-16s, registered on the Qualifications in Wales database — www.qiw.wales/ — and delivered by staff experienced with working with this type of participant. Suppliers must engage, sustain, motivate and retain participants on qualifications they deliver and ensure there are strategies in place to re-engage participants who begin to falter. It is expected that Suppliers, through delivery of qualifications, will raise the aspiration of the participants.

Inspire 2 Achieve is seeking to contribute to ESF Priority 3 Youth Employment and Attainment Specific Objective 2 — To reduce the number of those at risk of becoming NEET, amongst 11- 24 year olds. The project will also work in alignment with Communities First delivery plans and Flying Start Projects. Communities First delivery is currently for those who are 16+ and Families First delivers family intervention. The Inspire intervention will work with those of school age and be focused at the individual rather than the family, therefore filling the gaps that current services and projects do not deliver. Inspire 2 Achieve is designed to identify and address the needs of those most at risk of disengagement and support them to reintegrate into mainstream education provision or alternative curriculum models or to further prepare them for transition into the post-16 environments. The project will target early intervention for those most at risk across the 11-16 age range. Provision should be designed to meet the needs of participants at Key Stage 3 (school years 7 -9 when pupils are aged between 11 and 14)) and Key Stage 4 (school years 10-11 when pupils are aged between 14 and 16) who may:

— Have been permanently excluded from school.

— Have been excluded from the school on a fixed term basis.

— Become at risk of disengaging from mainstream education and / or being excluded from school.

— Require additional support during negotiated transfer between mainstream schools.

— Require alternative educational provision to meet their educational entitlement, for instance in line with a Statement.

We are seeking tenders from Suppliers who can demonstrate good outcomes and a positive impact. All qualifications must be approved for use with pre-16s, registered on the Qualifications in Wales database — www.qiw.wales/ — and delivered by staff experienced with working with this type of participant. Suppliers must engage, sustain, motivate and retain participants on qualifications they deliver and ensure there are strategies in place to re-engage participants who begin to falter. It is expected that Suppliers, through delivery of qualifications, will raise the aspiration of the participants.

Secondary education services

North Lincolnshire Council | Published January 18, 2017
Winner
Bettercare Keys Ltd
cpvs
80200000, 85311300, 85312510, 80210000, 80212000, 80211000, 80490000, 80530000, 80531200, 80420000

Under regulation 72(c), the council will extend the current arrangement until 1.4.2018 whilst the impacts of changes of the future funding formula are reviewed.

The specialist placement service in an alternative learning environment based in Scunthorpe, focused on providing high quality learning, but also offering a nurturing environment that will help pupils to overcome personal challenges and, where possible, re-integrate into mainstream schooling. The nature of pupils requiring support includes KS3 secondary age pupils with a statement, requiring intensive support due to significant emotional/behavioural/social needs and KS4 secondary age pupils with challenging behaviour and/or social/emotional needs. These pupils are typically those who exhibit challenging behaviour and who schools are struggling to engage through remedial strategies’.

Secondary education services

St Alban Catholic Academies Trust | Published September 20, 2016  -  Deadline September 23, 2016
cpvs
80200000, 55524000

To provide school catering services to:

Secondary education services

St Alban Catholic Academies Trust | Published August 27, 2016  -  Deadline September 23, 2016
cpvs

Catering services for this secondary school in Luton. Restricted process via Pre-qualification. Catering staff are members of LGP scheme so interested companies need to be able to demonstrate a good understanding and experience of handling this sort of TUPE.

DFID 7590 Sierra Leone Secondary Education Improvement Programme (SSEIP)

 | Published June 7, 2016  -  Deadline July 18, 2016
cpvs
75211000

Actual CPV code is ‘75211200 Foreign Economic-Aid Related Services’. DFID Sierra Leone is implementing a programme of support to the education sector – the Sierra Leone Secondary Education Improvement Programme (SSEIP) over the next five years, 2016/17 to 2020/21. The SSEIP seeks to support the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MEST) to improve learning outcomes for boys and girls at upper primary and secondary level and to increase the enrolment, retention and well-being of girls in school. The rationale for the programme is clearly set out in the Business Case. The programme is being delivered in the context of Sierra Leone’s recovery from Ebola. The initial 15 months of the programme will support the President’s Recovery Priorities in which education is one of five priority sectors. These Recovery Priorities build Priorities build on the successes of the initial 9 month recovery programme which saw the re-opening of schools after their closure during the state of emergency from August 2014 to April 2015. Beyond the President’s Recovery Priorities, which end in June 2017, SSEIP remains open and flexible to respond to the newly emerging priorities of the Government of Sierra Leone (GoSL), noting that a general election is due towards the end of 2017. These ToRs concern mainly the initial period from now until June 2017, reflecting the focus in the Business Case. Some indications are given of how the scope of work may be extended in the second phase, though this remains very much an issue for second phase design which is a key activity of the first phase. The SSEIP is part of a wider commitment of support by DFID to assist the recovery and further development of Sierra Leone. SSEIP is the largest single externally funded programme to the education sector. Other major support comes from the Global Partnership for Education (GPE), supervised by the World Bank, with a focus on primary education. The European Union (EU) is in the final stages of design of a five year programme covering primary, secondary and skills development. UNICEF, who has a strong presence, chairs the Education Donor Group. DFID has played a leading role in the early recovery in Sierra Leone, including in the education sector.

Technical and vocational secondary education services

The Royal Borough of Greenwich | Published April 26, 2017  -  Deadline May 30, 2017
cpvs
80210000, 80212000

The Royal Borough of Greenwich seeks tenders from suitably experienced, qualified and registered providers of Alternative Education for Children and Young People of statutory school age. The tender is divided into 3 lots. Lots 1 is for a block contract for Key Stage 4 students. Lot 2 is for a block contract for all-female provision for young females with distressing behaviour at Key Stage 3 and 4. Lot 3 is a framework agreement for individual placements for Key Stage 3 and 4 students.

The contract will be for 20 full time spaces for Key Stage 4 students, with or without an Education, Health and Care Plan. 10 spaces will be allocated to year 10 students and 10 places will be allocated to year 11 students. This will operate from a Council venue. This contract will be for 2 years in the first instance, with an option to extend for further two 12 month periods pending funding arrangement and the meeting of performance measures.

10 places. Female only provision, for young females, with or without an Education, Health and Care Plan, experiencing distressed behaviours at Key Stage 3 and 4. The contract will be for 2 years in the first instance, with an option to extend for a further two 12 month periods pending funding arrangements and the meeting of performance measures.

Individual placements, as and when required by the Council, under a framework agreement. Placements will be for Key Stage 3 and 4 pupils with or without an Education, Health and Care Plan in all year groups.

Technical and vocational secondary education services

East Ayrshire Council | Published May 24, 2017
Winner
Rathbone Training
cpvs
80210000, 80212000

Alternative educational and vocational training programme for young people with significant additional support needs.

The service is for an alternative educational and vocational training programme for up to 15 vulnerable young people aged S3-36. The programme will be delivered with the flexibility to support young people on a full or part time basis depending on the needs of the young person. The aim of the service is to provide more opportunities for young people in East Ayrshire, particularly those with significant additional support needs, to engage in positive learning activities and promote their access to further education, employment or training when they leave school.

Technical and vocational secondary education services

Craven College | Published September 30, 2017
Winner
Derwent Training Association
cpvs
80210000, 80500000, 80530000, 80000000

The College is inviting proposals from suitably qualified and experienced providers to deliver Engineering Apprenticeships to 16-18 and 19+ learners in North Yorkshire within the region of 170 existing apprentices currently based in the Malton area. The initial funding available for 2017-18 is iro 440 000 GBP with a possible extension up to 600 000 performance and funding dependent. This is a 3-year contract and subsequent year allocations (funding dependent) will be based on carry-in learners and new starts where applicable. Training premises must be already established with delivery able to start 1 September 2017.

The College is inviting proposals from suitably qualified and experienced providers to deliver Engineering Apprenticeships to 16-18 and 19+ learners in North Yorkshire within the region of 170 existing apprentices currently based in the Malton area. The initial funding available for 2017-18 is iro 440 000 GBP with a possible extension up to 600 000 performance and funding dependent. This is a 3 year contract and subsequent year allocations (funding dependent) will be based on carry-in learners and new starts where applicable. Training premises must be already established with delivery able to start 1 September 2017.

Technical and vocational secondary education services

DE&S Commercial, DE&S | Published March 7, 2013
Winner
Selex ES Ltd
cpvs
80210000

: Technical and vocational secondary education services. A 4 year enabling arrangement with options to extend for a further 2 years for the Provision of Avionic Equipment Training Courses. The training shall include but not limited to various Harrier and Tornado line maintenance courses to be carried out at but not limited to RAF Marham. Contractors should be familiar with the MOD purchase to payment (P2P) System, further information can be found on the website www.d2btrade.com

Secondary education services

The Welsh Ministers | Published January 29, 2013
Winner
Menter a Busnes LL57 4FG Gwynedd
cpvs
79411100, 80200000, 80210000, 80300000, 80310000

The Welsh Government is seeking to engage with quality providers to deliver the Youth Entrepreneurship Services and meet the Department for Business, Enterprise, Technology and Science (BETS) key priorities of the YES Action Plan 2010-15. The aim of the Youth Entrepreneurship Services is to work directly with young people under 25 in Wales and with partners in Schools (Primary and Secondary); Colleges, Universities, youth and community groups to encourage entrepreneurship. The Youth Entrepreneurship services will deliver services against the three core themes of the YES Action plan: Engage - Dynamo Role Model Project: Raising awareness and aspiration through inspirational workshops and signposting to Big Ideas Wales. The recruitment and training of business owners to promote and encourage entrepreneurship through the dynamo role model project. Empowering - Practical Experiences: Provide practical experiences through a new Primary Competition and Global Entrepreneurship Challenge (GEC). Equipping - Big Ideas Wales: Identifying and nurturing young people on their journey towards business start up; through the delivery of the Big Ideas Wales campaign to promote entrepreneurship and a series of workshops and events to engage young people. Introducing a flagship 16-24 challenge, to encourage and support future young entrepreneurs, including shadowing opportunities. The contract will be offered in 2 Lots, each lot delivering on a pan Wales basis. Lot 1: Youth Entrepreneurship in Schools. Lot 2: Youth Entrepreneurship 16-24 (excluding Schools). The ability to deliver/facilitate support through the medium of Welsh is a mandatory requirement for this tender. The Youth Entrepreneurship Services contract is about encouraging and nurturing future entrepreneurs. This is not a business start up programme. The service provider will be required to work with the Welsh Government's Start up Support service to aide an appropriate transition to start up and develop suitable solutions that complement, not duplicate this provision. Full details of the service specification are available in the draft tender document. A supplier briefing will be held at the Media Resource Centre (MRC) in Llandrindod Wells commencing at 11:00 on Tuesday June 12th. To register please use the messaging function in the etenderwales portal noting the names of attendees. Please note an upper limit of three attendees per bidder applies. The Welsh Government, on behalf of the Welsh Ministers, will be conducting this procurement exercise through the etenderwales portal https://etenderwales.bravosolution.co.uk Tender documents and other information must be downloaded from and returned through this portal. If you require any further assistance the BravoSolution helpdesk is available on: Email: help@bravosolution.co.uk Phone: +44 8003684850 / Fax: +44 2070600480 Full information in accessing the portal is found in Section VI.3.

secondary education services

South Ayrshire Council | Published October 6, 2012
Winner
Ayrshire Chamber Of Commerce Suite 1005, Glasgow Prestwick International Airport KA9 2PL Prestwick UNITED KINGDOM Internet address: www-ayrshire-chamber.org
cpvs
80000000, 80200000

To provide a flexible work experience placement service to all South Ayrshire Secondary Schools including Southcraig Campus and Invergarven School and to provide an employer engagement service to all South Ayrshire schools. The work experience service will be provided to young people in the Senior Phase of Curriculum for Excellence attending secondary schools and specialist facilities within the South Ayrshire area. This will generally include young people in S4, S5 and S6. The employer engagement service will be provided to staff working in all South Ayrshire schools and establishments.