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Westminster City Council | Published January 12, 2017

This Prior Information Notice (PIN) is to notify the market about the plans to formally engage the market to establish interest in the market as well as to obtain information to further inform Westminster City Council's (WCC) requirements. As such, this PIN does not formally signify the beginning of any procurement and does not constitute a commitment to undertake a procurement exercise. In the event that a decision is made to formally commence a procurement pursuant to this PIN a separate contract notice will be issued. WCC intends to procure a contract for the provision of Managed Training Services.

Education and training services

Blaenau Gwent County Borough Council | Published June 22, 2016  -  Deadline March 31, 2021
Education and training services

Education and training services

Altmore and Lathom Schools Federation | Published January 18, 2017
Education and training services

Education and training services

Department for Education | Published February 9, 2016  -  Deadline March 11, 2020

Education and training services

SOLICITATION-TRAINING SERVICES

Department of the Navy, United States Marine Corps | Published January 17, 2017  -  Deadline February 17, 2017
Vocational training services (see statement of work in solicitation)

Education and training services

Environment Agency | Published January 20, 2017  -  Deadline February 17, 2017

IT Training Services for Development and Training for IT Professionals, and IT Training for users (COTS and training in projects).

Lot 1 is to provide learning resources (Development and Training) for ICT Professionals. The Environment Agency has circa 200 ICT Professional staff in Corporate Information Services (CIS). Defra IT staff (currently c260) may use this Framework.

Lot 2 is for training on the everyday skills in ICT — Microsoft Office 2013 at different levels and in bespoke systems, usually through projects (systems upgrades and deployments).

Initially this contract is to support the ICT requirements of users in the Environment Agency but going forward this contract may be used to support ICT requirements in Defra.

IT Training Services Framework

Environment Agency | Published January 20, 2017
IT Training Services Framework.

IT Training Services

Public Works and Government Services Canada | Published December 21, 2016  -  Deadline January 30, 2017
Trade Agreement: NAFTA/AIT/Canada FTAs with Peru/Colombia/Panama Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid Competitive Procurement Strategy:  Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Nature of Requirements:   This solicitation is a Request for Bids to satisfy Canadas requirement for the provision of Commercially Available IT Training Services (CAITS) to locations throughout Canada, excluding any locations in areas subject to any of the Comprehensive Land Claims Agreements.  CAITS is Training services related to Software and Information Technology that is commercially available, licensed, or sold to the general public and requires no special modification or maintenance over its life cycle.  Subscription Training is specifically excluded from this definition and this solicitation.  Each responsive bid will result in a Standing Offer (SO) and a Supply Arrangement (SA).    Current IT Training services Standing Offers will be set-aside or not be renewed.  1.0 Determination of When to Use the Standing Offer vs. Supply Arrangement  a) A Standing Offer will be used when requirements fit under ALL of the following conditions: i) Requirement Valued below $25,000 (applicable taxes included); and ii) Client does not require a private classroom training.  b)  A the Supply Arrangement will be used when requirements fit under ANY of the following conditions: i) Requirement valued above $25,000 (applicable taxes included); or ii) Client wants a private classroom training.  2.0  Applicable Trade Agreements  The requirement is subject to the provisions of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), the Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT), the Canada-Chile Free Trade Agreement, Canada-Peru Free Trade Agreement and the Canada - Columbia Free Trade Agreement, and the Canada Panama Free Trade Agreement if it is in force.  3.0 The Period of the Standing Offer and Supply Arrangement Resulting Standing Offers and Supply Arrangements will be valid for10 years or valid until Canada no longer deems them necessary.  3.1 On-going Opportunity for Qualification and Request for Bids (SO/SA) Refresh Solicitation   a) On-going Opportunity for Qualification  A Notice will be posted on the Government Electronic Tendering Service (GETS) to allow new suppliers to become qualified. This process will also permit pre-qualified suppliers to modify their financial offer.  Existing pre-qualified suppliers, who have been issued an SO/SA, will not be required to submit a new bid.  Canada may issue an unlimited number of SOs/SAs and may continue to issue SOs/SAs to new bidders throughout the SO/SA period.  Bids received following the permanent Notice will be evaluated within a minimum evaluation period of 60 calendar days to a maximum of 90 calendar days.  b) Refresh Solicitation:  It is not mandatory for existing SO/SA Holders to provide a response to a refresh solicitation (a refresh). Suppliers may submit an offer for a SO or an arrangement for a SA by responding to the most recent refresh terms and conditions posted on the Government Electronic Tendering Service (GETS).   Canada reserves the right to issue SOs and SAs to bidders who qualify throughout the entire period of the SO/SA. Evaluations ofsuch offers and arrangements will be processed with targeted schedules identifying each refresh due date. 4.0 Designation as Set-Aside  Part of this procurement may be designated by one or more Identified Users as set-aside under the federal government's Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business (PSAB). In these specific cases, (i) the procurement is set aside from the international trade agreements under the provision each has for set-asides for small and minority businesses, and (ii) as per Article 1802 of the AIT, the AIT does not apply.  In order to be considered as an Aboriginal Business under the PSAB, the Bidder must complete the Aboriginal Business certification contained in Attachment 1 to Part 3  Certifications and Additional Information.  5.0 Comprehensive Land Claim Agreements  The resulting SOs and SAs are not to be used for deliveries within a Comprehensive Land Claims Settlement Area (CLCSA).  This solicitation uses Portable Document Format (PDF) technology. To access the PDF form, bidders must have a PDF reader installed. If bidders do not already have such a reader, there are several PDF readers available on the Internet.  It is recommended to use the latest free version of Adobe Reader to benefit all features of the interactive forms.  Bidders must download the form directly on their computer from the WEB Browser. When the download is completed, bidders must open the PDF file using the PDF Reader. If bidders do not download the PDF file on their computer, an errormay be displayed and the tool may not work. If you are having trouble downloading the PDF file on your computer, it is possible to view the tool using the WEB browser Internet Explorer. Any other WEB browser will most likely not allow you to view the document. Otherwise, it is highly recommended to download the file on your computer to keep a local copy.    Delivery Date: Above-mentioned  The Crown retains the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement.  Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada.

Provision of Training Services - Dynamic Purchasing System

Liverpool Mutual Homes | Published June 1, 2015  -  Deadline May 25, 2018
Liverpool Mutual Homes (LMH) are Tendering the provision: training services this will include services for all of the LMH groups, LMH have taken the decision to tender the services as a DPS (Dynamic Purchasing System) framework which will incorporate a selection of Training requirement in the following lots: Lot 1 : General staff Training Lot 2 : Specialist ICT Training Lot 3 : Academic & Professional Training and provision of Apprenticeships Lot 4 : Health & Safety Lot 5: Construction Lot 6 : Housing Lot 7: Social, Community & Leisure Lot 8: Community and Tenant Training  The Training Framework will have a term of 4 years from the 1st July 2015 to 30th June 2019 all courses will be sourced through Mini-competitions from the suppliers who have qualified through this frameworks tender process, to allow further competition and organisations to apply for future opportunities in this area LMH are exercising the functionally of the DPS by re-opening the PQQ process every 18 months to allow organisations the opportunity to join the framework in to allow for market demand for training and increases in the service.   DPS Round Timetables:  Expressions of Interest Start Date: Monday 13th April 2015  Round 1:   Expressions of Interest End Date: Tuesday 26th May 2015.  Round 2:  Expressions of Interest End Date: Friday, 25th November 2016  Round 3:  Expressions of Interest End Date: Friday, 25th May 2018   Please Note: Each DPS Round will be evaluated by Quality only to award suppliers a place on the framework then additionally throughout the term of the Framework mini- competition prices will be ranked in order of costs. Each submission will be reviewed separately, with the lowest price awarded the maximum 40% then added to the Quality % achieved in the DPS Round Stage of the framework method statement ranked scores. The FINAL date for submission for Round 1 will be 12 noon on Tuesday, 26TH May 2015. You will need to log onto The Chest to access documents and to check for new questions and answers, additional information, notifications and updates. IT IS THE PROVIDERS RESPONSIBILITY TO ENSURE THAT THEY VIEW THESE SECTIONS THROUGHOUT THE PROCESS. Providers must ensure that their response is submitted prior to the deadlines specified. Providers responses must be fully submitted via The Chest no later than the deadlines specified. No submission shall be considered or accepted if it is received after the final closing date and time specified in the documentation, unless the supplier has contacted LMH Procurement and there is a valid reason.  For the avoidance of doubt, the time registered is when a tenderer presses the final Submit button and will be based on the Due North Server time. IT IS THE PROVIDERS RESPONSIBILITY TO ENSURE THAT THEY ALLOW SUFFICIENT TIME TO SUBMIT THEIR RESPONSE. LIVERPOOL MUTUAL HOMES WILL NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE IF YOUR SUBMISSION IS RECEIVED LATE. (This information is commensurate for all Rounds within this DPS)

Provision of Training Services - Dynamic Purchasing System

Liverpool Mutual Homes | Published April 24, 2015  -  Deadline May 25, 2018
Liverpool Mutual Homes (LMH) are Tendering the provision: training services this will include services for all of the LMH groups, LMH have taken the decision to tender the services as a DPS (Dynamic Purchasing System) framework which will incorporate a selection of Training requirement in the following lots:
Lot 1 : General staff Training
Lot 2 : Specialist ICT Training
Lot 3 : Academic & Professional Training and provision of Apprenticeships
Lot 4 : Health & Safety
Lot 5: Construction
Lot 6 : Housing
Lot 7: Social, Community & Leisure
Lot 8: Community and Tenant Training
The Training Framework will have a term of 4 years from the 1st July 2015 to
30th June 2019 all courses will be sourced through Mini-competitions from the
suppliers who have qualified through this frameworks tender process, to allow
further competition and organisations to apply for future opportunities in this
area LMH are exercising the functionally of the DPS by re-opening the PQQ
process every month to allow organisations the opportunity to join the
framework in to allow for market demand for training and increases in the
service.
DPS Round Timetables:
Expressions of Interest Start Date: Friday 24th April 2015
Round 1
Expressions of Interest End Date: Friday 29th May 2015.
Round 2:
Expressions of Interest End Date: Friday 16th October 2015.
All consecutive rounds
Expressions of Interest End Date: on the last day of every working month until
the end of the 4 years 30th June 2019
Please Note:
Each DPS Round will be evaluated by Quality only to award suppliers a place on the framework then additionally throughout the term of the Framework mini- competition prices will be ranked in order of costs.  Each submission will be reviewed separately, with the lowest price awarded the maximum 40% then added to the Quality % achieved in the DPS Round Stage of the framework method statement ranked scores.
The FINAL date for submission for Round 1 will be 12 noon on Tuesday, 26TH May 2015.
You will need to log onto The Chest to access documents and to check for new questions and answers, additional information, notifications and updates. IT IS THE PROVIDERS RESPONSIBILITY TO ENSURE THAT THEY VIEW THESE SECTIONS THROUGHOUT THE PROCESS. Providers must ensure that their response is submitted prior to the deadlines specified. Providers responses must be fully submitted via The Chest no later than the deadlines specified.
No submission shall be considered or accepted if it is received after the final closing date and time specified in the documentation, unless the supplier has contacted LMH Procurement and there is a valid reason.
For the avoidance of doubt, the time registered is when a tenderer presses the final “Submit” button and will be based on the Due North Server time. IT IS THE PROVIDERS RESPONSIBILITY TO ENSURE THAT THEY ALLOW SUFFICIENT TIME TO SUBMIT THEIR RESPONSE. LIVERPOOL MUTUAL HOMES WILL NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE IF YOUR SUBMISSION IS RECEIVED LATE.
(This information is commensurate for all Rounds within this DPS)

PU-17-0196 — Recruitment, Pay and Training Services

Office for National Statistics | Published December 24, 2016
PU-17-0196 — Recruitment, Pay and Training Services.

Training services

Nottinghamshire County Council | Published November 8, 2016  -  Deadline January 1, 2023

Nottinghamshire County Council and Nottingham City Council are seeking to establish a Provider List, using a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) under the Light Touch regime of the Public Contracts regulations 2015, of organisations who are able to provide commissioned placements of children and young people with Alternative education (Provider)

These services will cover the requirements for placements of children and young people (Learners) made directly on behalf of Nottingham City Council, and Nottinghamshire County Council with additional scope to include local authority maintained Schools, or Free Schools and Academies (Contracting Authority) within Nottingham City, greater Nottinghamshire and surrounding areas if they wish to use it.

Nottinghamshire County Council and Nottingham City Council are seeking to establish a Provider List of organisations who are able to provide commissioned placements of children and young people with Alternative education (Provider) with additional scope to include local authority maintained Schools, or Free Schools and Academies (Contracting Authority) within Nottingham City, greater Nottinghamshire and surrounding areas if they wish to use it.

Providers that are successful in demonstrating that they are able to meet the Councils' standards, as set out in the service specification, will be added to the Provider List and will be subsequently invited to offer places that match the needs of the children and young people.

Training services

The Department for the Economy | Published December 21, 2016  -  Deadline February 15, 2017

The Department for the Economy. the Client. is committed to the development of a highly skilled, flexible and innovative workforce which will contribute to the twin goals of social inclusion and economic success for Northern Ireland. The quality and effectiveness of training for both young people and adults are crucial elements of that process. The purpose of this contract is to provide Disability Support Services to the Departments Training for Success and ApprenticeshipsNI programmes.

Training services

Foreign and Commonwealth Office | Published January 6, 2017  -  Deadline February 6, 2017

FCO Consular Crisis Media Training.

A series of specialist training courses and exercises delivered to a range of FCO and other civil servants to enable officials to handle and exploit media during crisis situations. Participation in the courses and exercises ensures we can respond effectively to crises by maintaining a high state of crisis readiness — a top FCO priority. Participation will also result in a confident HM Government (HMG) that knows how to use the media to its advantage in a crisis overseas.

A key FCO priority is to protect our people including at times of crisis, through effective and swift crisis response. Crises can include terrorist attacks, natural disasters, civil unrest, and large-scale accidents, all of which can leave large numbers of British nationals in need of urgent help from Embassies and Consulates overseas. As part of our work preparing for these crises, we need Media Trainers for Media Skills Segments on a range of Crisis Management courses and exercises. We are looking for a professional media training service to provide both theory and practical training through and within established FCO delivered training programmes organised by the FCO's Crisis Management Department (CMD); courses will be delivered in London and at overseas locations.

Full details can be obtained from https://fco.bravosolution.co.uk project_1114 / itt_1530.

Training services

Defra Network eTendering Portal | Published January 14, 2017

The proposed contract is for the provision of driver training to the Environment Agency, to include off road driving in 4-wheel drive vehicles and ATVs, on and off road trailer handling including B+E testing and load safety.

This Prior Information Notice is provided alongside supporting documentation regarding the above requirement. This supporting information can be located within Bravo, an online e-tendering portal therefore you will find the ‘opportunity’ and supporting information within the Bravo system.

https://defra.bravosolution.co.uk/web/login.html

Following the link to register on the Bravo portal, click on the ‘Register now’ button. Guidance on how to register is available under the ‘click here for details on how to register’ link. All queries regarding using the system that are not answered by the guidance section should be directed to the eSourcing Helpdesk run by BravoSolution (the suppliers of the portal).

4-wheel drive training to cover:

— Off road initial training including assessment;

— Off road assessment;

— Off road refresher including re assessment (for assessment failures).

Estimated volume of courses per annum: 310.

ATV training to cover:

— ATV — sit astride/inside initial training including assessment;

— ATV — sit astride/inside assessment;

— ATV — sit inside/astride refresher including re-assessment (for assessment failures).

Estimated volume of courses per annum: 10.

Trailer towing training to cover:

— On road initial training, including B+E test;

— On road B+E retest (including extra practice/revision);

— Off road initial training, including assessment;

— On road assessment;

— On and off road assessment;

— On and off road refresher including re assessment (for assessment failures). Estimated volume of courses per annum: 200.

Load safety to cover:

— A stand-alone course covering correct vehicle and trailer choice, load securing, lashing, sheeting, netting, regular checks, load positioning, off road options.

Estimated volume of courses per annum: to be confirmed.

Provision of Defence Media Training Services to the Department of Defence

Department of Defence - DSRG | Published December 23, 2016  -  Deadline February 3, 2017
Defence Media Training Services. The Department of Defence’s primary role is to defend Australia and its national interests. Defence has three primary functions: Enabling, Capability and Outputs and Defence Outputs. Defence members may be required to interact with the media as subject matter experts or spokespeople who can who can deliver news or explain Defence’s position confidently and competently. To assist them in doing so, Defence will offer, via the Service Provider, a media awareness and associated skills training and a support program to its personnel. The Principal Objectives for the provision of media training services are as follows: - to assist Defence in promoting and protecting our reputation through effective media engagement. - to develop and polish the media skills of Defence personnel so that they are powerful communicators on behalf of Defence. - to develop across Defence a broad understanding of how the media works and how to engage effectively.

Provision of Social Media Training Services to the Department of Defence

Department of Defence - DSRG | Published December 23, 2016  -  Deadline February 3, 2017
Defence Social Media Training Services. The Department of Defence’s primary role is to defend Australia and its national interests. The department forms part of the Australian Defence Organisation (ADO) along with the Australian Defence Force (ADF). Defence has three primary functions; Enabling, Capability and Outputs and Defence Outputs. The 2011 Hudson Review of Social Media identified the need to develop Defence-wide training to provide authorised Defence personnel with the expertise/tools to understand the policy regarding using social media channels to enhance communication with the public. Social media policy contained within the Defence Communication Manual stipulates that content managers must undertake both face-to-face and on-line social media training. There are currently more than 100 Defence social media accounts, including almost all Navy ships having their own Facebook sites to engage the families and friends of the ship’s company. In the future, every Air Force squadron and Army regiment will likely have a social media account as well. Defence is seeking a qualified and experienced Service Provider to develop and deliver a face-to-face course for individuals undertaking any kind of role in Defence that has a social media aspect. The face-to-face course will cover the Defence environment, pitfalls of social media use, practical measures, the impact of social media, Defence’s social media policy, and examples of successful and unsuccessful social media use. The Service Provider will also be required to provide situational training for both social media users and Defence leaders.

Education and training services

Rhondda Cynon Taf CBC | Published December 7, 2016  -  Deadline January 31, 2017

The Council is setting a DPS to encourage Children, Young People and adults to achieve their potential and overcome barriers to learning and progression. The DPS will contribute to service users having full access to their entitlements through engagement in a diverse range of Educational, Health & Well-being activities.

Arts & Crafts.

Dance.

Performing Arts.

Literature and Film.

Music.

Sports (on site).

Other Activities.

Personal Development.

Education and training services

Försvarets materielverk | Published December 9, 2016  -  Deadline January 31, 2017

Small Arms Indoors Training System (SAIT).

Small Arms Indoor Training System (SAIT).

Education and training services

German Financial Cooperation with the AUC/NEPAD, Skills Deveolopment for Africa | Published December 15, 2016  -  Deadline January 30, 2017

Project Measures:

Set-up and implementation of a Financing Facility for the support of (infrastructure) projects for sustainable skills development in five African pilot countries (Cameroon, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa and Tunisia). Calls for Proposals, preparation and implementation of competitive project selection process. Support to investment projects for skills development infrastructure and equipment (design, tendering, procurement, supervision), Financial Management

Requested Services:

Implementation of Financing Facility: Detailed elaboration of implementation modalities and operational procedures based on agreed framework implementation guidelines; preparing and implementing the preselection and selection of skills development partner structures following a competitive application process; information and marketing campaigns in pilot countries; elaboration of implementation agreements for the planning and implementation of the selected skills development initiatives.

Support for Implementation of Infrastructure Investment and Procurement of Equipment:

Terms of Reference for expert services, procurement and assignment of experts for:

— Civil Works for the construction of workshops, teaching facilities and related buildings and installations. Detailed architectural and structural design, elaboration and approval of tender documents for services, works and equipment, contract award and supervision of implementation;

— Supply of training equipment and tools, teaching aids and didactic materials as well as supply of consumables/material for practical training;

Support in detailed technical design of proposed individual projects including architectural support; elaboration and approval of tender documents for services, works and equipment; contract award; supervision of construction and implementation; fund management according to predefined disbursement procedures; elaboration of operation and maintenance concepts for infrastructure and equipment of skills initiatives, including M&E of ICT systems; elaboration of lessons learnt and best practices reports.

The Consultant shall assist NEPAD which is based in South Africa. South Africa would therefore be the main location of the Programme and the main seat of the consulting team. For the support of selected partner structures in the pilot countries the Consultant shall establish focal points in the pilot countries. The estimated total costs of Consulting Services are approx. 6 000 000 EUR. The prequalification of experienced Consultants is subject to the regulations contained in the ‘Guidelines for Assignment of Consultants in Financial Co-operation Projects ’(see www.kfw-entwicklungsbank.de).

The contract will be awarded to an independent Consultant firm with proven experience in setting up and managing funding facilities, in the technical and vocational training sector and civil works and construction activities, both in the region and with a minimum annual turnover of 7 000 000 EUR.