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Ashford Oaks — School Meals Catering.

Ashford Oaks Community Primary School | Published December 5, 2015
Harrison Catering Services Limited

Ashford Oaks opened its doors to children for the very first time on Thursday 4.9.2008, offering children from the age of 3 to 11 years old the opportunity to learn in a fantastic new environment with cutting edge equipment and facilities and with the aim of making learning fun. Our aim is to provide a loving, happy, caring and quality learning environment for the child. As a school, we believe that children's self-esteem is the most important consideration in a child's education. We help them believe in themselves and from this come high expectations and achievement. We are a school that looks forward and not back. We see ourselves as an important part of the south Ashford community and we ensure that, as a school, we embrace change and evaluate our performance on a regular basis. Our current contract expired at the end of the school year (July 2015) and in accordance with best procurement practice, EU and UK Procurement Directives and Regulations we sought a provider to operate the School Meals and catering requirements commencing September 2015. The procurement process adopted was based upon the ‘Open’ Procedure, as detailed in ‘The Public Contract Regulations 2015’. Procurement Services Group were commissioned to manage the procurement process on behalf of Ashford Oaks Primary School.

Life Support Training

Kent Community Health NHS Foundation Trust | Published March 6, 2018  -  Deadline March 20, 2018

Kent Community Health NHS Foundation Trust (KCHFT) invites expressions of interest from suitably qualified training providers to undertake the provision of our immediate life support, paediatric immediate life support and specialist basic life support sessions. KCHFT's Education and Workforce Development department manages the training programme for some 5,500 members of staff employed across the whole of Kent, parts of East Sussex and London. The life support training is monitored in line with guidelines from the Resuscitation Council. Our non-specialist Basic Life Support training programme is provided via in house resources, however, for business continuity we would like to request any potential providers be able to cover this provision of training as a contingency also.
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