Barrier Removal and Vocational Training.
Barrier Removal and Vocational Training (East Ayrshire Works: Employability Pipeline).
Training Learning Management System
The Office of Government Procurement is procuring for the establishment of a single-party framework for the provision of National Training Services for the Irish Government Open Data Initiative. The OGP is seeking to put in place a service contract for the provision of training services for public bodies to engage in the Open Data Initiative, and to publish appropriate datasets in compliance with the Technical Framework.
Request for tender for training to support the Civil Service Graduate Development Programme (For newly appointed Administrative Officers and Third Secretaries).
Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes Fire Authority and Oxfordshire County Council Fire and Rescue Service (the Contracting Authority's) wish to appoint a contractor to provide the Operational Training needs as detailed within the Invitation to Tender document.
This lot is for Training Development Days and Multi-Agency Training Exercises.
This Lot is for Validation Exercises.
This lot is for Instructor Development Programme days.
Incident Command L2, L3 and L4 refresher courses.
Iarnród Éireann (IÉ) wishes to establish a Qualification System for the training requirement of its Chief Civil Engineers (CCE) Department and the Signalling, Electrical and Telecomms (SET) Department.
The aim of the training is:-
1. To develop the technical proficiency and competency of staff responsible for the maintenance, installation, renewal and repair of signalling equipment.
2. To develop the technical proficiency and competency of staff responsible for track designs and maintenance.
Provision of Health and Safety Training
Niteworks is facilitating, on behalf of the Army CT Review team, an Industry Workshop on the 7.2.2017 in Farnborough. (Niteworks is a trademark of the Secretary of State for Defence. More information about Niteworks and how it operates can be found at www.niteworks.net.) This notice is an invitation to members of the UK Defence Industry to attend the workshop. Companies who belong to The Niteworks partnership, the Aerospace, Defence and Security body (ADS) and techUK (technology sector trade association) have already been invited to attend the workshop and do not need to re-express an interest. With the exception of members of the Niteworks partnership, participation at the workshop will require companies to sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA).
Niteworks is facilitating, on behalf of the Army Collective Training Review team, an Industry Workshop on 7.2.2017 in Farnborough (www.niteworks.net). This notice is an invitation to members of the UK Defence Industry to attend. With the exception of members of the Niteworks partnership, participation at the workshop will require companies to sign a NDA.
The purpose of the Workshop will be to solicit industry relevant experience in different specialist market sectors, standpoints and views in the areas of Technology, Enterprise Architecture and business models currently employed in industry. This will be used to inform the Collective Training innovation research study.
The Workshop will take the form of an overview of the challenges facing the Army, the overall Collective Training Review programme and facilitated discussions to solicit industry input. There may be additional focus groups to further explore ideas and concepts raised at the Industry Workshop.
Portsmouth City Council, ‘the Authority’, is inviting applications from suitably qualified suppliers to deliver apprenticeship training services.
The Authority looking to set up a dynamic purchasing system to engage a range of providers that are able to deliver the diverse range of apprenticeship qualifications in line with central government's targets and standards.
The procurement process will be run in accordance with the following programme:
Initial DPS return deadline 27.2.2017;
Initial DPS Award 10.3.2017;
Submissions to join the DPS can however be made at any time.
The deadline for the first mini competition to procure an Apprenticeship Training provider for Chartered Surveyor degrees is 31.3.2017 at 14:00.
As of April 2017 Central Government will be imposing a levy on all business who have a wage bill of more than 3 000 000 GBP. Portsmouth City Council ‘“the Authority”’ falls into this category and will be targeted to have 2.3 % of its workforce as apprenticeships on an annual basis. This means the Authority that has an ongoing requirement to provide Apprenticeships opportunities for external individuals and existing staff.
The Authority is seeking to appoint a number of training providers that are suitably qualified and have experience in delivering an extensive range of apprenticeship programmes via a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS).
In order to be accepted onto the DPS suppliers must already be registered on the Skills Funding Agency's Register of Apprenticeship Training Providers (RoATP).
Once the DPS is operational the Authority will run mini competitions which will allow successful suppliers to bid for opportunities that they are able to provide.