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Education and training services

North Warwickshire and Hinckley Collaborative | Published April 14, 2017  -  Deadline May 12, 2017
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North Warwickshire and South Leicestershire College has a need to appoint suitably qualified organisations capable of delivering training and education across England in partnership with the college. The framework will be created under 2 lots — Adult Education Budget and — European Social Fund (ESF) — specifically ESF Business Enterprise Skills Leicester and Leicestershire.

Delivery of training and education that is legible for funding under the Adult Education Budget.

Delivery of training and education that is legible for funding under European Social Fund (ESF) — specifically ESF Business Enterprise Skills Leicester and Leicestershire.

Education and training services

Transport for London (Commercial Services) | Published April 4, 2017  -  Deadline May 2, 2017
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80000000, 80300000, 80400000, 80500000

Education and training services

Education and training services

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

Education and training services

Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) | Published April 19, 2017  -  Deadline May 19, 2017
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80000000, 80300000, 80400000, 80500000

Education and training services

Education and training services

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

Primary education services

Luton Borough Council | Published March 30, 2017  -  Deadline April 28, 2017
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80100000

Luton Borough Council is committed to ensuring that all young people receive an education which provides them with a plausible route to adulthood. LBC recognises that for some young people this requires education to be provided outside of the mainstream system. To meet the needs of these young people LC uses a range of alternative provisions to provide individualised and bespoke provision maps.

Luton Borough Council follows the statutory guidance for alternative provision which it defines as:

Education arranged by local authorities for pupils who, because of exclusion, illness or other reasons, would not otherwise receive suitable education; education arranged by schools for pupils on a fixed period exclusion; and pupils being directed by schools to off-site provision to improve their behaviour.’’ (Alternative Provision Statutory Guidance for local authorities January 2013, DfE).

The service offers places in alternative provisions who meet the threshold of standards outlined in a Luton Borough Council specification. It is not an expectation that a provider of alternative provision is a registered school but all providers must adhere to the statutory guidance.

Punjab Education Sector Programme II (PESP II) Technical Assistance

Procurement and Commercial Department | Published April 8, 2017
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75211200

Punjab Education Sector Programme II (PESP II) Technical Assistance.

Alternative Education Provision (AEP).

Liverpool City Council | Published November 5, 2015  -  Deadline March 31, 2020
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Liverpool City Council on behalf of their Children and Young People's Services are inviting suitably qualified providers of alternative education to submit an application be included on a flexible framework for the provision of Alternative Education. Applications can be uploaded for evaluation at any time throughout the 4-year duration of the flexible framework. Evaluation will take place every 6 months from the start of the flexible framework. Phase one applications are required between 2.11.2015 and 7.12.2015. By applying for inclusion to this notice, subject to meeting the minimum standards you will be invited to tender once a requirement arises. Admittance to the flexible framework will depend on providers meeting minimum criteria as stated in the application documentation. Requests for quotations will be issued to providers admitted to the flexible framework as and when required. The award criteria for this phase will be stipulated in the application documentation. Liverpool City Council reserves the right to use an electronic reverse auction for quotations. Further details of the flexible framework and full instructions are given in the application document available to download from The Chest (Due North).

Alternative Education Provision (AEP).

Liverpool City Council | Published November 5, 2015  -  Deadline March 31, 2020
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Liverpool City Council on behalf of their Children and Young People's Services are inviting suitably qualified providers of alternative education to submit an application be included on a flexible framework for the provision of Alternative Education. Applications can be uploaded for evaluation at any time throughout the 4-year duration of the flexible framework. Evaluation will take place every 6 months from the start of the flexible framework. Phase one applications are required between 2.11.2015 and 7.12.2015. By applying for inclusion to this notice, subject to meeting the minimum standards you will be invited to tender once a requirement arises. Admittance to the flexible framework will depend on providers meeting minimum criteria as stated in the application documentation. Requests for quotations will be issued to providers admitted to the flexible framework as and when required. The award criteria for this phase will be stipulated in the application documentation. Liverpool City Council reserves the right to use an electronic reverse auction for quotations. Further details of the flexible framework and full instructions are given in the application document available to download from The Chest (Due North).

Alternative Education Provision (AEP)

Liverpool City Council | Published November 2, 2015  -  Deadline March 31, 2020
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Liverpool City Council on behalf of their Children and Young People’s Services are inviting suitably qualified providers of alternative education to submit an application be included on a flexible framework for the provision of Alternative Education. Applications can be uploaded for evaluation at any time throughout the four year duration of the flexible framework. Evaluation will take place every six months from the start of the flexible framework. Phase one applications are required between 2nd November and 7th December 2015. By applying for inclusion to this notice, subject to meeting the minimum standards you will be invited to tender once a requirement arises. Admittance to the flexible framework will depend on providers meeting minimum criteria as stated in the application documentation. Requests for quotations will be issued to providers admitted to the flexible framework as and when required. The award criteria for this phase will be stipulated in the application documentation. Liverpool City Council reserves the right to use an electronic reverse auction for quotations. Further details of the flexible framework and full instructions are given in the application document available to download from The Chest (Due North).

Education and training services

Department for Education, The National College of Teaching and Leadership (‘NCTL’) | Published April 15, 2017
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80000000, 79600000

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

Consultancy Service on Preparation of National Strategy for English Language Education Development

Ethiopia | Published April 20, 2017  -  Deadline May 6, 2017
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It goes without saying that the recent phenomena related to globalization and world competitiveness have resulted in a major and multifarious transition in terms of business, education, science, and technological progress. They call for provision of quality education at all levels. To this effect, the Ministry of Education (MoE) of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia (FDRE) has made vigorous efforts in producing qualified and competitive human capital to be deployed in all fields of professional careers. This is expected to happen chiefly through education and training, which today are seen as ever more critical to fuelling the effort of becoming middle-income country. In the current Growth and Transformation Plan (GTP II) and Education Sector Development Programme (ESDP V) documents, education is stated as a major vehicle to drive the country’s economic growth and development.

If education is the key to development, then English is the key to Ethiopian education since the curriculum is delivered through the medium of English in some second cycle of primary schooling and throughout secondary and higher education. Although enrolment rates have increased dramatically over recent years, the quality of the education provided has been called into question. With the launch of the General Education Quality Improvement Programme (GEQIP) in 2008, the focus across the education spectrum was geared towards quality and therefore the role played by English as a subject as well as medium of instruction becomes central.

The idea behind teaching English starting from grade one is to allow children to experience English language in their early ages. So they will have adequate proficiency of English skills by the time they complete their eight year primary education where they may either join the broad based agricultural and informal work force or continue their general secondary education which is taught in English. Besides, the potential advantage of being proficient in English for communications and global partnerships and for improved public diplomacy and business has been well envisioned in the education and training policy.

Considering the multi-cultural, multi-ethnic and multi-linguistic realities of Ethiopia, and being well conscious of the advantages of citizens’ being multilingual for broader employment and other opportunities in the national and international labour markets, the policy has also addressed bi-and multi-lingualism in which children should have access to learn other local languages as their second and third languages and other foreign languages such as French, Arabic and so forth based on their interest.

However, there hasn’t been a comprehensive national strategic guidance hitherto to support the implementation of the policy at grass root levels. Therefore, the Ministry of Education has decided to prepare a national strategy for mother tongue and English language education development in line with the umbrella national vision of achieving a middle income economy by 2025.As a result, this strategic activity of language education development has been planned to be accomplished as part of the second Growth and Transformation Plan and ESDPV which emphasize on improved mother tongue and English languages skill proficiency of both teachers and students.

For expedited and timely completion of the English language education development national strategy, it has become necessary to undertake procurement of a competent consultancy firm experienced in the development of policy, strategy and planning of English languages education in multi-lingual, multi-ethnic and multicultural countries such as Ethiopia.

Education at Level 4 - Healthcare Support Workers

NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership | Published March 30, 2017
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80561000

The Workforce, Education and Development (WEDS) Service, are looking for a contract to provide a Programme of Education at Level 4 to meet the needs of the Healthcare Support Workers alongside Allied Health Professionals Note: The authority is using eTenderwales to carry out this procurement process. Please note this is a separate website and if you are not already registered, registration will be required. to access eTenderwales, express your interest in this notice and access the tender documentation please visit https:etenderwales.bravosolution.co.uk/web/login.shtml and search for project reference itt_61397 within the appropriate area NOTE: The authority is using eTenderwales to carry out this procurement process. To obtain further information record your interest on Sell2Wales at http://www.sell2wales.gov.wales/search/search_switch.aspx?ID=64746

Education & Children's Social Care DPS

Department for Education | Published May 5, 2016  -  Deadline March 10, 2020
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The purpose of this notice is to advertise the opportunity for participants to express an interest in joining the Education and Children’s Social Care (ECSC) Framework. What does this mean? The ECSC Framework allows the Department for Education to effectively engage with a range of professionals across a variety of role categories. These categories include, Assessors, Brokers, Coaches, Children's services commissioners, Children’s services trust professional, legal and recruitment support, Children's social care intervention advisers, Development of practitioner networks, Evaluators, Facilitators, Mentors, Practitioners, Programme design and development, Quality assurance, Researchers, Speakers, Operational development and delivery, Trainers and Writers. ‘ECSC’ Categories should be added within the ‘customers’ section of your account. What are the next steps? The next step is for participants to express an interest in joining the ECSC Framework. The system is available for expression of interest now and remains open to new members throughout its duration. To express your interest, please click the ‘Register Interest’ button for this opportunity and you will shortly receive an application form to complete electronically. Once accepted onto the ECSC Framework and appropriate roles are selected, participants will receive opportunity alerts via the Redimo2 system.

Dynamic Purchasing System for Education Transport Services

North East Lincolnshire Council | Published June 2, 2015  -  Deadline April 13, 2019
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North East Lincolnshire Council is inviting requests to participate for a Dynamic Purchasing System for Education Transport Services. Requirements are separated into two Lots on the following basis: Lot 1 - Bus Services (to include education bus services) Lot 2 - Taxi Services (to include education taxi services) The duration of the Dynamic Purchasing System for Long Term Taxi Services is 36 months with the option to extend for one further period of 12 months. It is envisaged that the total expenditure over the full 48month duration will be c.£5.6m. The Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) shall remain open for new requests to participate from suitable operators for its entire duration. Operators who meet the minimum selection criteria shall be admitted to the DPS and invited to further competitions as and when requirements for services are made. Further information on the DPS and the process for requesting to participate is available via http://www.yortender.co.uk. Operators may download and submit a Pre-Qualification Questionnaire via http://www.yortender.co.uk. The council intends to run its first further competition in June/July 2015 for education transport contracts commencing September 2015, therefore the initial deadline for requests to participate for operators wishing to participate in the first further competition is 12noon 18 May 2015 thereafter requests to participate may be submitted anytime up to 12noon 13 April 2019. This Dynamic Purchasing System is being run under the Restricted Procedure in accordance with PCR2015. The council is inviting interested operators to a market industry day on 29 April 2015. Further details are available via http://www.yortender.co.uk.

Dynamic Purchasing System for Education Transport Services

North East Lincolnshire Council | Published April 15, 2015  -  Deadline April 13, 2019
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North East Lincolnshire Council is inviting requests to participate for a Dynamic Purchasing System for Education Transport Services. Requirements are separated into two Lots on the following basis:

Lot 1 - Bus Services (to include education bus services)

Lot 2 - Taxi Services (to include education taxi services)

The duration of the Dynamic Purchasing System for Long Term Taxi Services is 36 months with the option to extend for one further period of 12 months. It is envisaged that the total expenditure over the full 48month duration will be c.£5.6m.

The Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) shall remain open for new requests to participate from suitable operators for its entire duration.

Operators who meet the minimum selection criteria shall be admitted to the DPS and invited to further competitions as and when requirements for services are made.

Further information on the DPS and the process for requesting to participate is available via http://www.yortender.co.uk. Operators may download and submit a Pre-Qualification Questionnaire via http://www.yortender.co.uk.

The council intends to run its first further competition in June/July 2015 for education transport contracts commencing September 2015, therefore the initial deadline for requests to participate for operators wishing to participate in the first further competition is 12noon 18 May 2015 thereafter requests to participate may be submitted anytime up to 12noon 13 April 2019. This Dynamic Purchasing System is being run under the Restricted Procedure in accordance with PCR2015.

The council is inviting interested operators to a market industry day on 29 April 2015. Further details are available via http://www.yortender.co.uk.

 

Dynamic Purchasing System for Education Transport Services.

North East Lincolnshire Borough Council | Published April 16, 2015  -  Deadline April 13, 2019
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North East Lincolnshire Council is inviting requests to participate for a Dynamic Purchasing System for Education Transport Services. Requirements are separated into two Lots on the following basis: Lot 1 — Bus Services (to include education bus services); Lot 2 — Taxi Services (to include education taxi services). The duration of the Dynamic Purchasing System for Long Term Taxi Services is 24 months with the option to extend for two further periods of 12 months. It is envisaged that the total expenditure over the full 48 month duration will be c. 5 600 000 GBP. The Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) shall remain open for new requests to participate from suitable operators for its entire duration. Operators who meet the minimum selection criteria shall be admitted to the DPS and invited to further competitions as and when requirements for services are made. Further information on the DPS and the process for requesting to participate is available via http://www.yortender.co.uk. Operators may download and submit a Pre-Qualification Questionnaire via http://www.yortender.co.uk The council intends to run its first further competition in June/July 2015 for education transport contracts commencing September 2015, therefore the initial deadline for requests to participate for operators wishing to participate in the first further competition is 12:00 18.5.2015 thereafter requests to participate may be submitted any time up to 12:00 13.4.2019. This Dynamic Purchasing System is being run under the Restricted Procedure in accordance with PCR2015. The council is inviting interested operators to a market industry day on 29.4.2015. Further details are available via http://www.yortender.co.uk

Dynamic Purchasing System for Education Transport Services.

North East Lincolnshire Borough Council | Published April 16, 2015  -  Deadline April 13, 2019
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60170000, 60171000, 60120000, 60172000

North East Lincolnshire Council is inviting requests to participate for a Dynamic Purchasing System for Education Transport Services. Requirements are separated into two Lots on the following basis: Lot 1 — Bus Services (to include education bus services); Lot 2 — Taxi Services (to include education taxi services). The duration of the Dynamic Purchasing System for Long Term Taxi Services is 24 months with the option to extend for two further periods of 12 months. It is envisaged that the total expenditure over the full 48 month duration will be c. 5 600 000 GBP. The Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) shall remain open for new requests to participate from suitable operators for its entire duration. Operators who meet the minimum selection criteria shall be admitted to the DPS and invited to further competitions as and when requirements for services are made. Further information on the DPS and the process for requesting to participate is available via http://www.yortender.co.uk. Operators may download and submit a Pre-Qualification Questionnaire via http://www.yortender.co.uk The council intends to run its first further competition in June/July 2015 for education transport contracts commencing September 2015, therefore the initial deadline for requests to participate for operators wishing to participate in the first further competition is 12:00 18.5.2015 thereafter requests to participate may be submitted any time up to 12:00 13.4.2019. This Dynamic Purchasing System is being run under the Restricted Procedure in accordance with PCR2015. The council is inviting interested operators to a market industry day on 29.4.2015. Further details are available via http://www.yortender.co.uk

Consultancy Service on the Preparation of National Strategy for Mother Tongue Languages Education Development

Ethiopia | Published April 21, 2017  -  Deadline May 6, 2017
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Ethiopia has been implementing a multi-lingual and decentralized education and training policy/ETP since 1994. The policy provides all citizens with the right to attend an eight year primary education in their own mother tongue. Apart from being a fundamental child right, this policy provision has sound pedagogical benefits in facilitating school attendance and enhancing children’s learning. Following the implementation of the policy, the number of mother tongue languages taught as subjects and used as media of instruction has reached over 51 during the past two decades, and a remarkable expansion of primary education has been documented where the net enrolment ratio for primary education has reached 96% in 2015 from nearly 20% in 1997.
Considering the multi-cultural, multi-ethnic and multi-linguistic realities of Ethiopia, and being well conscious of the advantages of citizens’ being bi-or multilingual for broader socio-cultural interdependence and for improved economic opportunities in the national and international labour markets, the policy has addressed bi-and multilingualism in which children should have access to learn local languages, other than their own mother tongue, as their second and third languages and other foreign languages based on their interest.
However, there hasn’t been a comprehensive national strategic guidance hitherto to support the implementation of the policy at grass root levels. Therefore, the Ministry of Education has decided to prepare a national strategy for mother tongue languages education development in line with the umbrella national vision of achieving a middle income economy by 2025. As a result, this strategic activity of language education development has been planned to be accomplished as part of the second Growth and Transformation Plan (GTPII) and the fifth education sector development programme (ESDP V) which emphasize on improved mother tongue languages education development for enhanced mother tongue reading and writing skills proficiency of both teachers and students.
For expedited and timely completion of the mother tongue languages education development national strategy, it has become necessary to undertake procurement of a competent consultancy firm experienced in the development of policy, strategy and planning of mother tongue languages education development in multi-lingual, multi-ethnic and multicultural countries like Ethiopia

Education and training services

Department for Education | Published March 30, 2017  -  Deadline May 2, 2017
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Contracts for projects which will support more and better provision of teachers' continuing professional development (CPD) and Leadership Development, focussed on challenging areas and schools.

The Teaching and Leadership Innovation Fund (TLIF), announced by the Secretary of State for Education in October 2016, aims to improve pupil outcomes in priority areas by:

— Stimulating more and better provision of teachers' CPD and Leadership Development in challenging areas and schools;

— Stimulating demand for provision of teachers' CPD and Leadership Development in challenging areas and schools;

— Support development of a sustainable market in CPD and Leadership Development that will be capable of becoming self-funding in the future.

The Department for Education expects to run a limited number of TLIF bidding rounds during the current spending review period (ending March 2020). This contract notice pertains to Round 1 only.

In TLIF Round 1, we will be seeking evidence-based proposals for teachers' CPD and/or Leadership Development, which would be ready to deliver to participants from not later than January 2018.

Bidders must be able to deliver at scale (details are set out in the specification), and bids must set out the reach and how the programmes will be delivered and targeted towards geographical areas. These include the DfE's 12 Opportunity Areas and local authority districts identified as category 5 and 6 in DfE's work on Achieving Excellence Areas — see www.gov.uk/government/publications/defining-achieving-excellence-areas-methodology

The estimated start date for the contract is June 2017 with end dates to be agreed with successful contractors but anticipated to be in line with the current spending review period, which ends in March 2020. DfE reserves the right at its absolute discretion to extend the contract, subject to satisfactory contractor performance, Government support and funding.