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Education and training services

Bristol City Council | Published May 4, 2016  -  Deadline May 4, 2016
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80000000, 85311300, 98133110

Education and training services

Education and training services

Bristol City Council | Published June 11, 2016  -  Deadline June 29, 2016
cpvs
80000000, 85311300, 98133110

Education and training services

Occupational Health Services for Nursing and Education Students

University of the West of England | Published July 5, 2016
Winner
University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust T/A Avon Partnership NHS Occupational Health Service
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85100000, 85140000, 85141000

The University is seeking an Occupational Health Service provider for both Health and Social Care and Education Students.

The Faculty of Health and Applied Sciences (HAS) requires a OH service for students undertaking Nursing (all branches), Midwifery, Paramedic Science, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Radiography, Health Care Science, Social Work Courses, Sports Therapy, Rehabilitation Physical Activity, Community Health Professions Foundation and Prof Doc Counselling Psychology.

The Education department (EDU) require services for Initial Teacher Education students, Secondary and Post-Compulsory, Primary and Early Years students.

The services will include all of the requisite Occupational health standards to ful-fill their training and practice placement requirements including OH assessments, vaccinations, regular onsite clinics.

Occupational Health Services for Nursing and Education Students.

University of the West of England | Published March 1, 2016  -  Deadline April 4, 2016
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85100000, 85140000, 85141000

The University is seeking an Occupational Health Service provider for both Health and Social Care and Education Students.

The Faculty of Health and Applied Sciences (HAS) requires a OH service for students undertaking Nursing (all branches), Midwifery, Paramedic Science, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Radiography, Health Care Science, Social Work Courses, Sports Therapy, Rehabilitation Physical Activity, Community Health Professions Foundation and Prof Doc Counselling Psychology.

The Education department (EDU) require services for Initial Teacher Education students, Secondary and Post-Compulsory, Primary and Early Years students.

The services will include all of the requisite Occupational health standards to fulfil their training and practice placement requirements including OH assessments, vaccinations, regular on-site clinics.

Occupational Health Services for Nursing and Education Students.

University of the West of England | Published March 1, 2016  -  Deadline March 28, 2016
cpvs
85100000, 85140000, 85141000

The University is seeking an Occupational Health Service provider for both Health and Social Care and Education Students.

The Faculty of Health and Applied Sciences (HAS) requires a OH service for students undertaking Nursing (all branches), Midwifery, Paramedic Science, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Radiography, Health Care Science, Social Work Courses, Sports Therapy, Rehabilitation Physical Activity, Community Health Professions Foundation and Prof Doc Counselling Psychology.

The Education department (EDU) require services for Initial Teacher Education students, Secondary and Post-Compulsory, Primary and Early Years students.

The services will include all of the requisite Occupational health standards to fulfil their training and practice placement requirements including OH assessments, vaccinations, regular on-site clinics.

Environment Agency - Flood & Coastal Engineering Higher Education Programme

 | Published July 18, 2016
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80430000

The provision of a Higher Education programme in Flood and Coastal Engineering. The requirement is to secure a pipeline of future ‘business ready’ flood and coastal Engineers and develop our existing staff.

Flood and Coastal Engineering Higher Education Programme.

Environment Agency | Published October 10, 2015
cpvs
80000000, 80300000, 80430000, 80511000, 80530000, 80540000, 80570000, 80590000

Flood and Coastal Engineering Higher Education Programme.

Development of the upgraded Education Programme for New ESCIT Team Recruits - ESCIT Product Capability

MINISTRY OF DEFENCE | Published August 10, 2016
Winner
Roleplay UK Limited
cpvs
80000000

Extension of the Equipment Support Continuous Improvement Team (ESCIT) programme to 2020 has necessitated an upgrade in the ESCIT Support Systems Consultancy Development Scheme to accelerate the upskilling of all new ESCIT recruits. The design of the Management Consultancy competence element of this upgraded education package has been previously funded and is currently being delivered to the new wave of ESCIT recruits. The design of the final element of the ESCIT Education Programme focusing on the exploitation of ESCIT Products is now required.

Clearing Campaign 2016 - charges for 2015/16 budgetary cycle ie. call tracking, print advertising, education channels

University Of The West Of England | Published August 15, 2016
Winner
SMRS Limited
cpvs
79340000

Clearing Campaign 2016 - charges for 2015/16 budgetary cycle ie. call tracking, print advertising, education channels.

UK SBS RE140253HEFCE Employer demand for intermediate technical education

UK Shared Business Services Ltd. | Published December 29, 2014  -  Deadline January 16, 2015
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79310000, 79300000, 79312000, 79342000

About UK Shared Business Services Putting the business into shared services UK Shared Business Services Ltd (UK SBS) brings a commercial attitude to the public sector; helping our customers improve efficiency, generate savings and modernise. It is our vision to become the leading provider for our customers of shared business services in the UK public sector, continuously reducing cost and improving quality of business services for Government and the public sector. Our broad range of expert services is shared by our customers. This allows our customers the freedom to focus resources on core activities; innovating and transforming their own organisations. Core services include Procurement, Finance, Grants Admissions, Human Resources, Payroll, ISS, and Property Asset Management all underpinned by our Service Delivery and Contact Centre teams. UK SBS is a people rather than task focused business. It’s what makes us different to the traditional transactional shared services centre. What is more, being a not-for-profit organisation owned by its customers, UK SBS’ goals are aligned with the public sector and delivering best value for the UK taxpayer. UK Shared Business Services Ltd changed its name from RCUK Shared Services Centre Ltd in March 2013. Our Customers Growing from a foundation of supporting the Research Councils, 2012/13 saw Business Innovation and Skills (BIS) transition their procurement to UK SBS and Crown Commercial Service (CSS - previously Government Procurement Service) agree a Memorandum of Understanding with UK SBS to deliver two major procurement categories (construction and research) across Government. UK SBS currently manages £700m expenditure for its Customers, our growth projections anticipate this will rise to £1bn in 2013/14. Important information From the 2nd April 2014 the Government is introducing its new Government Security Classifications (GSC) classification scheme to replace the current Government Protective Marking Scheme (GPMS). A key aspect of this is the reduction in the number of security classifications used. All potential suppliers should make themselves aware of the changes as it may impact on this Requirement. The link below to the Gov.uk website provides information on the new GSC: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/government-security-classifications Aim - to test the hypothesis that there is, or will be, unmet demand for intermediate technical education in HE, and to identify the impact of previous Government initiatives in this area. Context for the research Successive Governments have prioritised changes to the vocational education (VE) system in the UK, with a view to enhancing the outcomes for learners and employers, and ultimately to supporting economic growth through the development of skills needed for current and future employment roles. The VE system is complex – it serves different purposes, linked to an individual’s particular circumstances and employment, extending from relatively basic skills training to more technical apprenticeships, long-standing higher education pathways into the professions and specific industries, and highly specialised postgraduate education.1 The unifying element can be considered to be an explicit focus on developing and enhancing skills and knowledge for use in the workplace, with studies in many cases being undertaken in tandem with work.2 A high proportion of research and debate in this area has focused on what might be termed the tertiary level at the interface between FE and HE. Most recently, and in response to perceived needs of high value industries such as those being prioritised within the Government’s industrial strategy, there has been a specific interest in technical education in HE. This has a more precise focus on the skills and knowledge needed to apply science and technology in the workplace, but at an intermediate level distinct from the established professions in these areas. The provision needed to address this is commonly thought to be situated at levels 4 and 5 of the Framework for HE Qualifications (FHEQ), with imperatives both for stand-alone provision and progression to higher levels. The development of Foundation Degrees during the last decade was seen as a route to stimulate intermediate technical vocational provision, with the Government consultation of 2000 stating “if we are to address industry’s needs then we must equip students with the appropriate specialist skills at the technician/associate profession level.”3 While technical training has featured in the growth of Foundation Degrees, the subjects recruiting most Foundation Degree students are areas such as business studies, creative arts and education, and there have been questions about the degree to which programmes provide the technical specialism needed to address the Government’s original aspiration. Intermediate level HE has declined in recent years in terms of student numbers, including Foundation Degrees,4 and the Government is currently consulting on the transfer of 1 For an analysis of UK intermediate level vocational education in its international context, see OECD (2013) A skills beyond school review of England 2 For a definition of vocational education, see for example Edge Foundation (2008) The VQ Landscape 2008: A review of vocational qualification achievements in the UK 3 Department for Education and Employment (2000) Foundation Degrees Consultation Paper, available to download at: http://dera.ioe.ac.uk/4448/ 4 HEFCE (2014) Undergraduate courses other than first degrees: An analysis of recent trends 9 responsibility for funding HNCs / HNDs to the SFA, with a view to providing more control over the quality and focus of, and expenditure on, provision at this level, including more competition for the established awarding bodies.5 Growth in apprenticeship opportunities, including at the higher levels, has been central to the Government’s ambitions on skills, but it has been argued that there are barriers for Higher Education Institutions to engage through, for example, Foundation Degrees, due firstly to the routing of subsidies through SFA-funded qualifications and secondly to the need to operate within the apprenticeships framework. In the 2014 Budget, the Government announced an additional £20 million for degree and masters level apprenticeships and the Skills Funding Agency is now exploring models of co-funding - with £2 of Government funding for every £1 from employers - to achieve this. Early signs suggest a push towards new degree level apprenticeships. Scope of the work required There is a widespread view that the expansion of intermediate technical HE will be central to the nation’s support for innovation and growth. In the current environment, however, this is unlikely to be supported by Government funding alone, and employers and individuals will need to share responsibility. As a consequence, and taking into account the precedent of Foundation Degrees during the last decade, there is a need for further evidence to test whether there is demand from employers at this level. In particular, we need to understand issues such as: the nature of the provision at HE intermediate level in technical subjects that employers require; the extent to which current qualifications meet their needs; the factors that would lead to enhanced employer investment, provider interest and student demand for such provision; and how to overcome perceived barriers to expansion. Given the emphasis on private-sector growth within the Government’s industrial strategy, there is a particular imperative to address these questions with reference to industrial growth sectors. Given previous Government initiatives, it will be important also to understand whether and how these are perceived to have worked. In this context, the contractor will be expected to test the hypothesis that there is, or will be, unmet demand for intermediate technical education in HE, and to identify the impact of previous Government initiatives in this area. This will be achieved by: a. Collating existing evidence on current and future employer demand in this area, identifying any evidence gaps, for example through a rapid review of evidence. b. Gathering views from a range of relevant stakeholders on employer demand, drawing on their evidence where appropriate, and on the impact of previous Government initiatives in this area, for example the development of Foundation degrees. 5 https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/321921/bis-14-861-future-development-of-loans-in-further-education-consultation-v2.pdf 10 Tenderers will need to decide how best to focus the research in order to achieve the desired outcomes within the available budget. For example, by working with the existing literature and evidence, targeting research at specific sectors aligned with the Government’s industrial strategy, focusing on specific regions and / or types of business as exemplars, and working with representative bodies. The research will need to gather sufficiently representative views in the targeted areas to secure robust results. The output required will be a report to HEFCE, outlining the findings of the research, drawing conclusions where appropriate, including scoping out further research needed to identify potential areas of employer demand/latent demand for intermediate Technical qualifications. Research findings will feed into policy development, but may also provide a platform for further research and data collection/analysis. The Council’s standard practice is to pay for the work on completion. If tenderers seek payment by instalments, then the Council will expect to see such payments associated with the delivery of identifiable products or the achievement of clearly defined milestones. Tenderers should indicate how this requirement will be met.

Flood and Coastal Engineering Higher Education Programme.

Environment Agency | Published February 18, 2016  -  Deadline April 1, 2016
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80430000

CONTRACT-A33J-VX5P0X

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We are seeking to appoint a supplier(s) for the provision of a Higher Education programme in Flood and Coastal Engineering. We have validated the routes required to meet the Eng Tech status of IENG, CENG and MENG which can be achieved through completion of the following qualifications; Foundation Degree (FdSc) Bachelors Degree (BSc) and Masters Degree (MSc).

This requirement supports our duties under the Flood and Water Management Act 2010. Delivering this is in practice means the Environment Agency needs to support the development of our own staff and that of other risk management authorities such as Lead Local Flood Authorities (LLFA's).

The requirement to secure a pipeline of future ‘business ready’ flood and coastal Engineers and develop our existing staff.

The current contract for provision of a Foundation Degree (FdSc) Bachelors Degree (BSc) and Graduate Diploma in River and Coastal Engineering has been delivered by the University of the West of England (UWE) since 2004. UWE have been the successful bidder of the programme each time this has been tendered. The current contract will expire in July 2018. The new programme of courses needs to be developed and ready for delivery in September 2017 to provide pipeline continuity.

Education Catering Tender

Colston's Girls' School Trust & The Olympus Academy Trust | Published August 10, 2016
Winner
Aspens Services Ltd
cpvs
55520000

School meals service for Secondary and Primary Schools.

Education and training services

Environment Agency | Published January 31, 2017  -  Deadline February 27, 2017
cpvs
80000000

Provision of classroom based and PPM e-learning training (COTS and bespoke) National Training Contract.

Provision of classroom based and PPM e-learning training (COTS and bespoke) National Training Contract — Professional body Accredited training.

Education and training services

Environment Agency | Published January 20, 2017  -  Deadline February 17, 2017
cpvs
80000000

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.

Education and training services

Jisc Services Ltd | Published May 11, 2017
Winner
Nature Publishing Group
cpvs
80000000

NPG publishes journals across the life, physical,applied sciences and clinical medicine. Content encompasses daily news from award-winning journalists, expert opinion and practical methodology, and more high impact research and reviews than any science publisher. Additionally, NPG publishes journals in association with prestigious academic societies.

NPG publishes journals across the life, physical, applied sciences and clinical medicine. Content encompasses daily news from award-winning journalists, expert opinion and practical methodology, and more high impact research and reviews than any science publisher. Additionally, NPG publishes journals in association with prestigious academic societies.

Education and training services

Jisc Services Ltd | Published May 12, 2017
Winner
Royal Society of Chemistry
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80000000

The RSC is the sole publisher of this important research collection of science content in books and journals. These are all offered on one online platform which can be accessed and searched as one resource.

Software programming and consultancy services

Jisc Services Ltd | Published May 12, 2017
Winner
Dragonacea LLC
cpvs
72200000

Development of the Shibboleth suite of software that

enables web single sign-on to online resources in

higher education, further education and research

communities.

Development of the Shibboleth suite of software that

enables web single sign-on to online resources in

higher education, further education and research

communities.

In particular development of SP, software installation

on IdP and SP, IdP's attribute capabilities and

embedded discovery service.

Development of the Shibboleth suite of software that

enables web single sign-on to online resources in

higher education, further education and research

communities. In particular the aggregation of

metadata.

Development of the Shibboleth suite of software that

enables web single sign-on to online resources in

higher education, further education and research

communities. In particular LDAP library author, and

LDAP support consultant.

Development of the Shibboleth suite of software that

enables web single sign-on to online resources in

higher education, further education and research

communities. in particular project infrastructure,

testing and IdP consent support.

Health and social work services

South Gloucestershire Council | Published July 22, 2016  -  Deadline August 17, 2016
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— Assist social reintegration of the service users through provisions of education, employment, training, and volunteering. This will include, but is not limited to, proactive joint working with statutory and non-statutory providers, such as the JobCentre Plus, local work programme providers, and further education establishments in the South Gloucestershire area.

Occupational Health services for Students.

University of the West of England | Published December 19, 2014
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85140000, 85141000

The University is seeking an Occupational Health Service provider for both Health and Social Care and Education Students. The Faculty of Health and Applied Sciences (HAS) requires a OH service for students undertaking Nursing (all branches), Midwifery, Paramedic science, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Radiography, Health care science, Social work courses. Sports Therapy and Rehabilitation, Physical Activity and Community Health, Health Professions Foundation and, Prof Doc Counselling Psychology. The Education dept require services for Initial Teacher Education students, Secondary and Post-Compulsory, Primary and Early Years students. The services will include all of the requisite occupational health standards to fulfil their training and practice placement requirements including OH assessments, vaccinations, regular onsite clinics.

Simulated Phishing Service and Associated Training Framework Agreement.

Jisc Services Ltd | Published April 11, 2017
Winner
Khipu Networks Limited
cpvs
72000000

Jisc Services Ltd would like to establish a single supplier framework agreement for the purchase of a simulated phishing service and associated training. The service will allow for both the development and sending of simulated phishing communications and the associated training provision. This framework agreement is being established to support JSL's customers and other users in purchasing a simulated phishing service and associated training. These organisations will primarily be members of Jisc and/or those providing or supporting education, research or culture. The Janet Eligibility Policy, https://community.jisc.ac.uk/library/janet-policies/eligibility-policy, outlines the types of organisation that are eligible to use the Janet network and its associated services. These can be summarised as: — all institutions of higher or further education; — all laboratories and other establishments of the Research Councils; — the bodies funding higher and further education and research across the UK; — local government authorities where these are providing broadband ICT services to schools, or commissioning these services from third parties; — ‘Regional Broadband Consortia’ and any other vehicles created by local government authorities in England to aggregate the provision of broadband ICT services to schools; — the equivalent bodies in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland providing broadband ICT services to schools; — individual schools, whether under local government control or with other governance. Many of the above bodies are also members of higher and further education purchasing consortia. These are independent organisations that provide a wide range of collaborative purchase agreements to their member institutions through consensus and the common desire to maximise their purchasing power in the marketplace. Any member of one of these consortia will be eligible to access many of JSL's services by virtue of its membership, as will members of any other similar purchasing consortium in higher or further education that might be formed during the lifetime of the hosting arrangement. Membership lists for existing higher and further education purchasing consortia may be found at: — http://www.lupc.ac.uk/list-of-members.html — http://www.nwupc.ac.uk/our-members — http://www.neupc.ac.uk/our-members — http://www.hepcw.ac.uk/members/ — http://www.apuc-scot.ac.uk/#!/members — http://www.supc.ac.uk/about-us/our-members/our-members These organisations may also at their own discretion use JSL services in support of their outreach, technology transfer and associated activities in support of their missions. These activities are commonly referred to as ‘business and community engagement’. Under the Eligibility Policy services may also be provided to the wider public sector and associated bodies whom are providing public services other than those relating to education or research, e.g. blue light services, Courts etc. At present these include local government authorities in England and Northern Ireland, Education Scotland, the Welsh Assembly Government and (to a limited extent) the NHS in England and Scotland. Services may also be provided to other National Research and Education Networks internationally and onward to their respective customers, either directly or via GEANT; http://www.geant.org/About/NRENs.