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Reading Borough Council | Published November 11, 2016  -  Deadline December 16, 2016

Reading Borough Council are seeking an experienced and fully accredited Bikeability cycle training provider to deliver cycle training to young people in the Borough.

Reading Borough Council are seeking an experienced and fully accredited Bikeability cycle training provider to deliver cycle training to young people in the Borough.

The successful Contractor will be expected to deliver Bikeability Level 1, 2 and 3 training in schools, predominately throughout the school day during term time. Bikeability Level 3 should be delivered to Secondary Schools either after-school or within school holidays, unless training can be delivered as part of lessons, such as PHSE or Physical Education. The Contractor will also be responsible for organising and delivering open training sessions at other suitable venues during school holidays.

In addition to the core service being procured as part of this exercise, the Council may also require the successful Contractor to deliver Bikeability Plus modules, including Fix, Learn to Ride and Recycle, as well as provide additional cycle training / services should funding become available. Further details of these requirements can be found under 1.12) of the specification.

Education and training services

Worcestershire County Council | Published November 3, 2016  -  Deadline December 5, 2016
Education and training services

Education and training services

Worcestershire County Council | Published November 3, 2016  -  Deadline December 8, 2016
Education and 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

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

Education and training services

Specialist training services

ESPO | Published November 18, 2016

ESPO is seeking to establish a framework agreement for the provision of managed training services. The successful Managed Training Provider/s (MSP) will be responsible for the facilitation, administration and sourcing of a variety of customer training requirements. The key aim of the framework will be to promote efficiencies and cost savings, as well as providing the customer with greater visibility of their training spend profile.

To express an interest: (a) Go to www.eastmidstenders.org, (b) Register (c) Search for tender opportunity ‘383_17’, (d) Express an interest.

Please note this is a Prior Information Notice and tender documentation is not available yet.

Education and training services

Skills Funding Agency | Published November 29, 2016  -  Deadline January 3, 2017

The purpose of the procurement of this Service is to ensure that capacity is in place to provide ESOL and employment support to workless migrants who have the right to live in the UK and right to take paid employment in an EU member state (aged 16+), with the aim of improving their English and employability skills to move them closer to paid employment.

Following the failure to award a contract for this provision under itt_30112 this ITT has been issued to candidates who have submitted a successful response to The Register of Training Organisations for delivery of education and training services, candidates passing delivery of Information, advice and guidance as at August 2016 and deliver ESOL in the Tees Valley LEP area.

383_17 Managed Training Services

ESPO | Published November 18, 2016
383_17 Managed Training Services.

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)

Training services

Ministry of Defence, C&C, Other | Published November 19, 2016  -  Deadline January 4, 2017

The Army has identified a requirement to procure the services of a Flight Training Organisation to provide live flying training to develop airmanship and an awareness of the air environment for service personnel as part of their progressive training to operate the Watchkeeper (WK) Tactical Unmanned Air Systems (TUAS).

The Army has identified a requirement to procure the services of a Flight Training Organisation to provide live flying training to develop airmanship and an awareness of the air environment for service personnel as part of their progressive training to operate the Watchkeeper (WK) Tactical Unmanned Air Systems (TUAS).

Training will be required for up to 40 students per year (depending on course uptake) from contract award (estimated Feb 2017) to March 2019. Students are likely to have little or no previous aviation experience. Suitably qualified and experienced instructors will be required to provide instruction and assessment during a series of 8 sorties for each student (totalling approximately 9 ½ hours of flying) in accordance with the Authority's Course Training Plan.

The Training Provider must deliver training and assessment, as designed by Royal Artillery, in a representative air environment in accordance with the Course Training Plan (CTP), to include Visual Flight Rules (VFR) navigation, radio telephony, airmanship (Threat and Error Management) and limited aircraft handling, to include, Effects of Controls, Straight and Level Flight, Climbing, turning and Descending, Take-off and Landing.

Instructors will need to be suitably qualified in accordance with CAA regulations and provide evidence of current CAA qualifications and Instructional experience. It is desirable that they have previous military flying experience at CFS B1 level or higher.

The Training Provider will be expected to offer training within a 60 minute travel time by road from Larkhill, Wiltshire. Training will be required during normal working hours, Monday to Friday. Suitable on-site briefing facilities to conduct planning should be provided, together with provision of MET, NOTAM and associated maps and publications. Students should be provided with a colour moving map display for each sortie, either as part of the aircraft equipment or as a GPS enabled tablet cleared for use in the cockpit as this represents the method students will ultimately plan and conduct flights.

It is intended that the contract duration will be up to March 2019, with an option to extend for a further 24 months (2 x 12 months periods), or parts thereof.

All tender documentation is published alongside this advert; the closing date for receipt of tenders to the Authority is 10:00 hrs on the 4th January 2017. No ‘Expression of Interest’ is required, if you wish to participate in this competitive tender exercise, please respond with a tender as per the instructions within the DEFFORM 47 and associated tender documents, all of which are attached as ‘Supporting Documents’ to this advert.

This requirement is being advertised under the ‘Open Procedure’ and therefore, not seeking expressions of interest. If your organisation is interested in tendering for the requirement, you will need to gain access to the Supplier Assessment Questionnaire (SAQ) and ‘Supporting Documentation’, which contains the Invitation to Tender (ITT) documentation under the access code: JJ2P989W8K Full details of how to apply and complete the ITT are contained within the DEFFORM 47 — Special Notice the Tenderers.

Training services

Queen Alexandra Hospital | Published November 22, 2016  -  Deadline December 8, 2016

Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust are seeking to appoint a suitably qualified Patient Moving and Handling Training company to provide Moving and Handling to staff of Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust.

Provision of patient manual handling services to Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust.

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

HMRC | Published November 2, 2016

HMRC is investigating the available options for introducing apprenticeships for tax professionals in the department. As the Level 4 apprenticeship standard for a Professional Accounting/Tax Technician (https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/apprenticeship-standard-professional-accounting-technician) has been approved for delivery, HMRC would like to gather more information about training providers' plans for delivering this standard in general.

Any training delivery for HMRC would be likely to involve large annual cohorts of apprentices who would be based across the UK, potentially in the following locations — Newcastle, Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds, Nottingham, Birmingham, Cardiff, Belfast, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Bristol, Stratford and Croydon. In terms of numbers we would be interested to hear what you could offer for 500-1 000 and 1 000+ apprentices per annum.

228/MVT-B Advanced Manufacturing Training Services Framework

Sharing in Growth UK Ltd | Published November 18, 2016
228/MVT-B Advanced Manufacturing Training Services Framework.

RFT for provision of Training Services to Business Excellence Skillnet

The Irish Centre for Business Excellence | Published January 8, 2016  -  Deadline December 31, 2016
Request for Tender for provision of Training Services to Business Excellence
Skillnet, which is funded by member companies and the Training Networks
Programme, an initiative of Skillnets funded under the National Training Fund
through the Department of Education and Skills

Provision of Health and Safety Training Services for the SFPA

Sea Fisheries Protection Authority | Published December 1, 2016  -  Deadline December 20, 2016
The Authority, as an employer, has a duty of care to its employees to ensure that adequate and sufficient training is provided to ensure their health and safety while at work.
The Authority’s remit covers work relating to sea food safety, fisheries control and general business operations and as such there is a wide range of activities conducted on a daily basis by the employees under its charge and a wide range of risks to mitigate through training.
The Authority is looking to establish an agreement with one Economic Operator for the provision of training services to assist the Authority is complying with its obligations under all applicable Health and Safety at Work legislation.  This involves delivery all of the known identified categories listed in the Specification of Requirements in Appendix 1.
As some of these training services may be unusual, the Authority will allow for certain services to be sub-contracted to a third party service provider with whom such training may be a specialised area.
However, the tenderer should note clearly in the Response to Tender the following information:
•	Which courses will be delivered by a third party service provider;
•	That the tenderer is declaring that the third party service provider has adequate insurances in place;
•	That the tenderer is declaring that the third party service provider is wholly tax compliant and of sufficient financial standing;
•	That the tenderer declares that all trainer proposed by the third party service provider are sufficiently trained and qualified to deliver the training and
•	That the tenderer understands that they are and will act as the Prime Contractor for the Contract for their own company and any third party service provider sub-contracted at any point during the duration of the Contract and will remain legally responsible for them in every way.

Type of Contract:
Services

Training services: USA, China, Singapore and Taiwan 2017-2019

Conseil Interprofessionnel du Vin de Bordeaux (CIVB) | Published October 18, 2016  -  Deadline December 6, 2016

The present call for tenders from the Conseil Interprofessionnel du Vin de Bordeaux (‘CIVB’) aims to identify a provider of training services in the United States of America, China, Singapore and Taiwan, for a maximum period of 36 months as of the date each lot is awarded.

R--Lean Six Sigma Mentoring and Training Services

Department of the Navy, Naval Supply Systems Command | Published October 20, 2016  -  Deadline December 17, 2016
The NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center Norfolk, Contracting Department Philadelphia Office intends to acquire Lean Six Sigma mentoring and training services in support of the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery. Under this requirement, the contractor will be responsible for providing project management, mentorship of belts, and support of the Belt Development Program. THE DESCRIPTIVE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS SYNOPSIS REFLECTS CURRENT KNOWLEDGE AS OF THIS PRINTING. THESE FACTS MAY BE UPDATED OR REVISED IN THE ACTUAL REQUEST FOR QUOTATIONS, WHEN ISSUED. The contractor will mentor the Regional Black Belts (RBB), Command Black Belts (BB) and Green Belts (GB) in the use of more sophisticated methodologies used by industry.
The contractor will train and mentor the primary elements of LSS as defined by the Department of the Navy (DoN) which includes – Business Process Management, Six Sigma, Design for Six Sigma (DFSS), and Lean.  Training will include a spectrum of improvement processes.  The contractor will utilize DMAIC, DMADV, and RIE.  The placement of a firm fixed price contract in accordance with FAR 12, Acquisition of Commercial Items, is anticipated. The base Period of Performance is from 1 July 2017 through 30 September 2017, plus four one-year options ending 30 September 2021, if all options are exercised in accordance with FAR 52.217-9. Additionally, it is anticipated that FAR 52.217-8 will also be included in the solicitation which could potentially extend performance through 31 March 2022, in the need arises.
This requirement will be competed on a 100% small business set-aside basis. It is anticipated that solicitation N00189-17-R-Z0008 will be released around 17 November 2016. The solicitation will be made available electronically upon its release to NECO, www.neco.navy.mil. The applicable NAICS code is 611430.

Framework Agreement for the Provision of Hands on Training Services in Printing related Process

Department of Contracts | Published November 30, 2016  -  Deadline December 15, 2016

Framework Agreement for the Provision of Hands on Training Services in Printing related Process.