The Framework will provide a training services provider agreement for use by member institutions of six participating HE purchasing consortia in the UK. Primarily this will focus on standard training courses commonly required for staff development by member institutions. Standard training is defined as off the shelf, repeat or readily available training programmes which in some cases may require a degree of tailoring or adaption to suit the University's culture or needs. Full details can be found in the procurement documents published on In-Tend.
Details of indicative courses under this lot can be found in the procurement documents.
We are inviting application from organisations to deliver apprenticeship training for employers not using the digital account.
The register of apprenticeship training providers (RoATP) is an application and selection process that leads to a list of successful providers. This is the second opening of the RoATP which enables organisations not currently listed an opportunity to get on to the RoATP. The RoATP serves 2 purposes:
1. Enables the SFA to procure apprenticeship training delivery for employers not using the digital account if it chooses to do so. This would be initiated by an Invitation to Tender.
2. Enable employers that pay Apprenticeship Levy to engage with training providers to deliver apprenticeship training. Some employers may be public sector organisations and will use the register of apprenticeship training providers for their subsequent procurement.
Delivery of training.
Gateshead College has a need to appoint suitably qualified organisations to a Framework Agreement to deliver training and education in the North East of England, in partnership for the academic years 2017 — 2018. We are seeking organisations able to deliver ESF funded training which meet the following priorities:
1. Support for new enterprises / business start-up / business growth;
2. Essential business skills for employees and owner/managers within micro, small and medium sized employers (SMEs) such as financial management/tax/accounts, procurement/bids/tenders, IT and digital, marketing/social media, management/leadership, business planning and development;
3. Support for individuals at risk of redundancy / recently redundant to support them in securing new employment or self-employment;
4. Fast and responsive industry training to support recently redundant and unemployed people to secure employment (in particular training providers who are able to offer industry recognised courses suc...
Due to on-going updating training requirements David MacBrayne HR (UK) Ltd require to source and award a suitable training provider a contract to deliver the following STCW updating training.
1. Personal Survival Techniques.
2. Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting.
3. Proficiency in Survival Craft and Rescue Boats other than fast rescue.
4. Proficiency in Fast Rescue Boats.
5. Advanced Fire Fighting.
Due to significant changes to the Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping Act STCW 1978/95/2010, seafarers are required, every five years, to provide evidence of having maintained the required standards of competence to undertake the tasks, duties and responsibilities regarding emergency, occupational safety and survival functions. These new STCW 2010 Manila amendments are now in force and seafarers must provide documentary evidence of updating training in the preceding 5 years from 1.1.2017.
Due to on-going updating training requirements David MacBrayne HR (UK) Ltd require to source and award a suitable training provider a contract to deliver the following STCW updating training.
1.Personal Survival Techniques.
2.Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting.
3.Proficiency in Survival Craft and Rescue Boats other than fast rescue.
4.Proficiency in Fast Rescue Boats.
5.Advanced Fire Fighting.
The building and construction industry needs skilled/qualified workers, and this course shall assist in providing participants with an industry introduction and motivation for further skills enhancement within building and construction. The course shall recruit participants to the building and construction industry by providing training to the participants in the disciplines of concrete, joinery and painting. Tenderer shall connect with regular businesses that have a recruiting need within the different disciplines. These businesses must have the possibility of participating in parts of the training, that shall be carried out in the course premises or in a suitable work hall/workshop, or in addition on suitable outdoor areas in connection to the course premises, and the participants shall give specific training based on the work they will perform in the businesses.
Course location: Tender offers may be submitted on one or both locations (inner and/or outer Østfold).
1. Deliver strategic leadership of the Sport Ireland Institute's Performance Lifeskills Service.
2. Manage the work of other performance lifeskills consultants that may be contracted by the Institute to deliver services.
3. Deliver expert performance lifeskills coaching to elite athletes and coaches.
4. Deliver performance lifeskills clinics and workshops at the IIS Abbotstown and other locations as required.
5. Deliver onsite performance lifeskills support to nominated sports at training camps and competitions.
6. Build and maintain a network of relationships with the education and / or employer community.
7. Collaborate with other consultants to deliver expert multi-disciplinary support services.
8. Deliver other support services as agreed that fall within the competency of the consultant.
The purpose of the PIN is to gather feedback from suppliers and stakeholders, which will help inform and shape the design of a framework. This engagement will also help the department to gauge the level of interest from the market and help inform our procurement strategy. Suppliers will need a combination of: teacher recruitment experience; expertise in supporting the transition and development of overseas trained or trainee teachers; understanding of the English education system and experience of the visa system and workforce; and experience of operating within overseas countries.
See Contracts Further for further information — https://www.contractsfinder.service.gov.uk/Notice/dea96121-15ee-467f-9d4c-d6f420697645
Navigating overseas markets, international relations, targeting, tailoring and marketing DfE's requirements including multi lingual publications and services in candidates home countries, pre-screening sifting services (DBS checks and additional police certificate requirements, migration advice for candidates and schools both pre and post deployment, interview and employment services working closely with schools, brokerage services (sourcing and matching the demand from schools), testing and assessment services and headhunting campaigns.
Assessment and quality assurance of teachers and trainees, teacher pre-arrival support package, delivery of teacher networking (virtual and face-to-face), national residential acclimatisation event, school engagement post teacher deployment, post deployment support, bespoke training and top up training and responsibility for creating multi lingual publications and services including briefing new recruits, returners and trainees on the English curriculum system and how the system works in regards to Ofsted and some of the services envisaged would run with digital components.
Development of an offer to candidates without QTS to support them in progressing to QTS assessment and qualification; recruitment services including placement in schools and ongoing assessment.
An Academic Provider is required to design and deliver a MBA based learning and development pathway for senior commercial professionals across Government, with a focus on Government Commercial electives and for which the dissertation/final project must be based on procurement leadership and strategy.
The Business Skills College (BSC) of the Defence Academy (DA) provides business skills training and education across five key functions: Capability and Acquisition Management, Logistics, Safety, Quality, P3M and Finance. The BSC provides 200 courses ranging from e-learning, awareness training to MSc/MBA level education.
The DA is seeking a Prime Contractor to design and deliver a MBA based learning and development pathway for senior commercial professionals across Government, with a focus on Government Commercial electives and for which the dissertation/final project must be based on procurement leadership and strategy. It is the intention to provide a pathway for both educational and professional development in order to provide individuals with the skills, knowledge and recognition to operate as a senior commercial officer in Government.
The Prime Contractor will host a mixed cohort of students from across industry and Government offering the students a qualification that is accredited by the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS) and that offers a route through Continuous Personal Development to achieve and develop the competencies required. This route will also enable Government commercial professionals to achieve Chartered status with CIPS (following the achievement of CIPS Standards through a Viva and the completion of the CIPS Ethical Statement) in recognition of their professional capability. As such the MBA Commercial should be designed to achieve a greater than 60 % alignment to the CIPS Global Standard.
A flexible modular programme is required and the end product should make the best possible use of Technology Enhanced Learning, providing a blended approach to the programme delivery. A Virtual Learning Environment will be required alongside the active management of an alumni for graduates of the programme.
The intended Contract will seek to allow the first cohort of students in September 2017 and will also include a Tasking procedure to allow for Design or Modification to the MBA Course or associated activities.
The Authority intends that any Contract let as a result of this Contract Notice shall have an initial term up to 31.3.2022. Thereafter there shall be options to extend the Contract term in one year increments to a maximum end date of 31.3.2027.
Initially potential bidders shall be subject to a Dynamic Pre-Qualification Questionnaire (DPQQ) and responses shall be required by 18/04/2017. Those ranked highest (a maximum of six bidders) shall be invited to Tender and formal Tenders in response shall be submitted by 19/05/2017. Tenders submitted will be evaluated on a balance between technical aspects and price using the MEAT (Most Economically Advantageous Tender) methodology. Technical aspects will be evaluated against the Tender Evaluation Matrix included within the Invitation To Negotiate (ITN); noting that one criteria (Serial 8) is a ‘pass/fail’ criteria and any bidder failing to meet this criteria will not be considered further. Price will be judged on the basis of the firm price for the MBA course development activity, the firm price per student and the hourly rates submitted to cover further course development. Both factors will then be subject to the MEAT analysis methodology. The Authority will then enter into a round of negotiation with the two or three highest ranked bidders with a view to optimising their bids to meet the Authority's requirement. If found to be necessary further negotiation rounds will be held until a satisfactory position has been achieved. Any revised bids, as a result of this process, will be subjected to a further round of MEAT analysis with a view to identifying the preferred bidder. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Authority reserves the right to award the Contract on the initial Tenders received and without undertaking rounds of negotiation. The Authority currently anticipates Contract Award by the end of May 2017.
The Tri-Service University Short Course Programme (USCP) forms a part of a wider strategy of the Services to contribute to the elective education of its personnel. Elective education represents a high value means of enhancing skills and knowledge and developing enquiring minds and critical thinking. Service personnel should have the opportunities offered by elective education in order to maximise benefits realisation through developing the Services' collective intellectual capital.
The Tri-Service University Short Course Programme (USCP) forms a part of a wider strategy of the Services to contribute to the elective education of its personnel. Elective education represents a high value means of enhancing skills and knowledge and developing enquiring minds and critical thinking. Service personnel should have the opportunities offered by elective education in order to maximise benefits realisation through developing the Services' collective intellectual capital. The USCP supports this by offering personnel the opportunity to study topics from a broad perspective on issues of current importance and interest to Defence and be exposed to new and diverse ideas alongside developing research, analysis, reasoning and critical thinking skills, all within an academic environment, and to encourage further study on an individual basis. The USCP is not training and is not intended to prepare individuals for roles or to develop specific competencies.
The USCP is a portfolio of courses; each course runs for 2 to 5 working days duration. Universities should be prepared to offer courses that meet the categories of ‘Command, Leadership and Management’, ‘Regional and Strategic Studies’, ‘Science Technology and Mathematics’, ‘Human Resources and Organisational Development’ and ‘Languages’. It is expected that the courses are offered with Credit Accumulative Transfer Scheme Points (CATS) wherever possible to enable students to access relevant higher education courses although any assessment would be voluntary and at individual cost to the student. The courses should be relevant to current developments globally and the military environment, and reflect the university's breadth and depth of research in the topic of interest. Each course within the overall programme is likely to run once per year within the 4 year contract although more popular courses might be held more than once. Traditionally, minimum class size is around 12 students to a maximum of around 30 students. Currently, 41 courses run each year at various universities with food and overnight accommodation provided for the duration; it is intended for the new contract to extend the number of courses to commence from 1.9.2017.
Norfolk County Council wishes to procure a Multi Provider Framework of external training providers to deliver quality apprenticeships across a variety of occupational areas throughout Norfolk. We are seeking provision of current Apprenticeship Standards and Apprenticeship Frameworks as defined the SFA. As new standards are developed, and frameworks close, we would expect Providers to be adaptable and flexible to support this. We will contact providers to identify their capacity and interest in delivering new standards as well as opening this opportunity to the market. The framework agreement is being let by Norfolk County Council as the Contracting Authority, but with the consent of Norfolk County Council, will be available for use by any District Council, any Public Sector body, any Educational establishment and NHS bodies operating in the geographical county of Norfolk or in any adjoining counties.
Within this lot the subject areas will cover (amongst others) project management, business admin, management, leadership and marketing.
Within this lot the subject areas covered will include(amongst others) accounting, credit control, workplace pensions admin and security services.
Within this lot the subject areas covered include HR consultant, recruitment and HR support.
Within this lot the subject areas covered include data analyst, IT application specialist, software development, infrastructure technician and digital learning design.
Within this lot the subject areas covered include legal services and courts, tribunal and prosecution administration.
Within this lot the subject areas covered include (but are not limited to) leader in adult care, lead practitioner in adult care and health and social care, medical administration, pathology support, pharmacy services, perioperative support.
Within this lot the subject areas covered include (but are not limited to) children, young people and families manager, Community health and sport office, custodial care, early year educator, sports development, youth work and supporting teaching and learning.
Within this lot the subject areas covered include driving good vehicles, engineering construction, highways maintenance, passenger transport onboard and station team member, transport planning vehicle maintenance and repair and warehousing and storage.
Within this lot the subject areas covered include contact centre operations and customer service practitioners.
Within this lot the subject areas covered include community health and sport office and laboratory technician.
Within this lot the subject areas covered include (but are not limited to) facilities management, forest operative, game and wildlife management, environmental conservation, surveying, land based engineering and sustainable resource management.
Within this lot the subject areas covered include business fire safety advisor, emergency fire service operations and personal training.
Within this lot the subject areas covered include (but is not limited to) design, event assistant, further education assessor-coach, cultural and heritage venue operations, exercise and fitness, learning and development, live events and promotion, sports development and trees and timber..
NHS South of England Procurement Services, acting on behalf of Health Education England (the Commissioner) are commencing a tender for the delivery of two surgical programmes — Core Surgical Anatomy programme that forms part of the London Core Surgical Training programme and the General Surgical Skills programme that forms part of the London General Surgery Higher Training Programme for London. Programme 1: The Core Surgical Anatomy Programme consists of a minimum of 162 hours of teaching and demonstrations on human anatomy of the whole body using cadaveric prosection and radiological anatomy, e.g. MRI, delivered over a minimum of 18 sessions from October to June. Programme 2: The General Surgical Skills Programme provides systematic, structured hands-on experience in a number of index procedures for General Surgery specialist registrars.
NHS South of England Procurement Services, acting on behalf of Health Education England (the Commissioner) are commencing a tender for the delivery of two surgical programmes — Core Surgical Anatomy programme that forms part of the London Core Surgical Training programme and the General Surgical Skills programme that forms part of the London General Surgery Higher Training Programme for London.
Programme 1: The Core Surgical Anatomy Programme consists of a minimum of 162 hours of teaching and demonstrations on human anatomy of the whole body using cadaveric prosection and radiological anatomy, e.g. MRI, delivered over a minimum of 18 sessions from October to June.
Each doctor in the first year of their core training programme must attend a minimum of one of three triplicated 3-hour sessions offered each week for 18 weeks. Sessions are triplicated each week to maximise attendance.
The sessions must be aligned to the MRCS curriculum and go beyond this to facilitate an understanding of surgical anatomy and clinically relevant physiology and pathology.
Programme 2: The General Surgical Skills Programme provides systematic, structured hands-on experience in a number of index procedures for General Surgery specialist registrars. The skills laboratory environment complements on-the-job training, as it allows experienced consultants the time to detail the intricacies of the various procedures with the trainee doctor, as well as allowing them the opportunity to question the consultants. This is therefore achieved without any risk to patient safety, which could otherwise be compromised during clinical practice.
The training must be consultant-led, and involve hands-on experience with synthetic and non-live animal models on the bench and laparoscopic box-trainers. The structure of the teaching sessions must involve a brief presentation and discussion from the consultant trainer, followed by practical exercises on procedure-specific simulators. Emphasis is heavily placed on the practical side of skills training.
The Programme aims to teach the widest possible range of gold-standard general surgical procedures suitable for specialist registrars in year 3 to year 6.
Please access the procurement documents for further information.
Bidders are invited to access the procurement documentation at https://in-tendhost.co.uk/soepscommissioning.
The deadline for submission of completed ITT submissions is Friday 7.4.2017 at 12:00 (midday). Late submissions will not be accepted. The e-portal system will shut down at 12:00 and any unsubmitted bids not registered to the system at this time will not be accepted. Therefore, please submit in good time prior to the deadline date and time.
Project title: Core Surgical Anatomy Programme and General Surgical Skills Programmes — Health Education England, please access the ITT for all documents. Should Bidders have any queries, or are having problems using the portal, they should contact the In-tend dedicated Supplier Helpdesk by calling 0845 557 8079 Monday to Friday (9:00 to 18:00) or email email@example.com.
All communications should be made via the messaging function on the In-tend E-Tendering portal. During the tender exercise the Contracting Authority requests that all communications are channelled through the appointed procurement specialist on behalf of NHS South of England Procurement Services and not with the Contracting Authority itself. No Bidder, Bidder Member, or any of such Bidder's advisers, consultants or subcontractors may have ex parte communications with the Contracting Authority or any of their employees, advisers, contractors or consultants regarding the ITT, the Procurement, other than as expressly permitted in this ITT.
Bournemouth University invite you to tender for delivery of a range of training and development opportunities focused on academic research and knowledge exchange. Bournemouth University aims to become a world class centre of academic excellence by 2018-19, and these opportunities will support the institution in achieving this. Lots available relate to: academic bid writing, academic publishing, managing a research project, networking, developing an academic culture of excellence, and research governance.