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Education and training services

Welsh Government | Published August 10, 2016  -  Deadline September 7, 2016
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Education and training services

Education and training services

Sova | Published May 21, 2016  -  Deadline June 30, 2016
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Education and training services

Education and training services

Welsh Government | Published August 6, 2016  -  Deadline September 2, 2016
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Education and training services

Childcare in Further Education

Welsh Government | Published March 21, 2016
Winner
Arad Research
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The aim of the project will be to establish to what extent childcare is a barrier to young parents entering, returning to, or continuing with Further Education in Wales. We wish to know the extent to which current measures are meeting potential demand from young parents; parents under 20; and a second group of parents aged 20 to 25 years old; and whether any further action or intervention is required to help young parents access Further Education.
The specification is attached as an additional document.

Childcare in Further Education

Welsh Government | Published November 23, 2015  -  Deadline December 11, 2015
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73000000, 73110000, 73210000, 73300000

The aim of the project will be to establish to what extent childcare is a barrier to young parents entering, returning to, or continuing with Further Education in Wales. We wish to know the extent to which current measures are meeting potential demand from young parents; parents under 20; and a second group of parents aged 20 to 25 years old; and whether any further action or intervention is required to help young parents access Further Education. The specification is attached as an additional document.

Education and training services

Welsh Government | Published October 28, 2016
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80000000, 79400000, 73000000

The Welsh Government wishes to commission an organisation or organisations to develop and deliver a Further Education (FE) Resilience Programme that will support and challenge the Welsh FE sector.

Review the Higher Education Institutions within Wales

NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership | Published January 24, 2017
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73000000

Review the Higher Education Institutions within Wales

Electronic Higher Education Achievement Record Solution

Cardiff University | Published October 31, 2016
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48613000, 72317000, 72322000, 79996100

Electronic Higher Education Achievement Record Solution

Education and training services

Welsh Government | Published February 23, 2017  -  Deadline April 7, 2017
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80000000, 75121000, 80300000, 80310000, 80400000, 80430000, 80500000, 80510000, 80530000

Development and delivery of a programme of support for the Further Education (FE) sector on supporting more able and talented (MAT) learners. The aim is to build the capacity and expertise in the FE sector in Wales in supporting MAT learners.

The Welsh Government wishes to commission an organisation or organisations to develop and deliver a programme of support for the Further Education (FE) sector on supporting more able and talented (MAT) learners. The aim is to build the capacity and expertise in the FE sector in Wales in supporting MAT learners

The programme of support will include the development of consistent criteria for identifying vocational MAT learners, and developing and delivering continuing professional development (CPD) tailored to the specific context of the FE sector.

National Survey for Wales - Education re-contact survey

Welsh Government | Published November 10, 2015
Winner
I.F.F Research Ltd
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The Welsh Government wishes to commission research to inform and to monitor aspects of education policy. The research will involve contacting respondents of the National Survey for Wales who were willing to be re-contacted for further research to find out what they consider when asked to assess their ‘confidence’ in the Education system in Wales and how, if at all, it differs from what they think about when considering their ‘satisfaction’ with the Education system. It will also consider how parents support their children with education and what if any support they need to be able assist their child with their learning. The findings will help to identify the best way for the Welsh Government to assess confidence in the education system as well as provide evidence about the support that parents need to be able to assist their child with their learning. The research will need to take place over the next five months with the main findings being available by mid-March 2016.

National Survey for Wales - Education re-contact survey

Welsh Government | Published September 29, 2015  -  Deadline October 19, 2015
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73000000, 73100000, 73110000, 73120000, 73200000, 73210000, 73220000, 73300000, 79300000, 79310000, 79311000, 79311100, 79311210, 79311300, 79315000, 79342310, 79342311

The Welsh Government wishes to commission research to inform and to monitor aspects of education policy. The research will involve contacting respondents of the National Survey for Wales who were willing to be re-contacted for further research to find out what they consider when asked to assess their ‘confidence’ in the Education system in Wales and how, if at all, it differs from what they think about when considering their ‘satisfaction’ with the Education system. It will also consider how parents support their children with education and what if any support they need to be able assist their child with their learning. The findings will help to identify the best way for the Welsh Government to assess confidence in the education system as well as provide evidence about the support that parents need to be able to assist their child with their learning. The research will need to take place over the next five months with the main findings being available by mid-March 2016.

Further Education Leadership Development Programme

Welsh Government | Published November 7, 2014
Winner
Aoc Create Ltd.
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80000000, 80400000, 80430000, 80500000, 80510000, 80521000, 80522000, 80532000, 80570000

The Welsh Government, Department for Education and Skills (DfES) wishes to establish a development programme for senior managers working in the further education (FE) sector in Wales. The programme would strengthen leadership capacity in the FE sector in Wales, by supporting the next generation of FE leaders in their individual and institutional development. The leadership programme is to be ‘tailored’ to the context of the FE sector in Wales which has undergone significant changes in the last few years, including an extensive programme of mergers as a result of the transformation of education and training in Wales, the introduction of a new funding methodology, a new model of governance and the introduction of the new Learning Area Programmes (LAPs). The Welsh Government, on behalf of the Welsh Ministers, will be conducting this procurement exercise through the etenderwales portal https://etenderwales.bravosolution.co.uk Tender documents and other information must be downloaded from and returned through this portal. If you require any further assistance the BravoSolution helpdesk is available on: Email: help@bravosolution.co.uk Phone: 0800 368 4850 / Fax: 020 7060 0480 CPV: 80000000, 80400000, 80430000, 80500000, 80510000, 80521000, 80522000, 80532000, 80570000.

Education and Looked After Children Research

Welsh Government | Published June 24, 2015
Winner
Cardiff University
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The Welsh MInisters are looking to conduct an in-depth qualitative research study into looked after children, in order to provide insight into their experience of education and their opinions on what could be done to improve it

Education and Looked After Children Research

Welsh Government | Published December 9, 2014  -  Deadline January 19, 2015
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73000000, 73200000, 73210000

The Welsh MInisters are looking to conduct an in-depth qualitative research study into looked after children, in order to provide insight into their experience of education and their opinions on what could be done to improve it

Preliminary Market Consultation (PMC) for Welsh Health Education Contracts

NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership | Published October 3, 2016
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72310000, 72600000, 73000000, 79400000, 79900000, 80000000, 85000000

Preliminary Market Consultation (PMC) for Welsh Health Education Contracts

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 4, 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.

Secondary education services

The City of Cardiff Council | Published January 31, 2017  -  Deadline February 27, 2017
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80200000, 80500000, 80000000, 80300000, 80400000

Inspire 2 Achieve is seeking to contribute to ESF Priority 3 Youth Employment and Attainment Specific Objective 2 — To reduce the number of those at risk of becoming NEET, amongst 11- 24 year olds. The project will target early intervention for those most at risk across the 11-16 age range. Provision should be designed to meet the needs of participants at Key Stage 3 (school years 7-9 when pupils are aged between 11 and 14)) and Key Stage 4 (school years 10-11 when pupils are aged between 14 and 16) who may:

— Have been permanently excluded from school,

— Have been excluded from the school on a fixed term basis,

— Become at risk of disengaging from mainstream education and / or being excluded from school,

— Require additional support during negotiated transfer between mainstream schools,

— Require alternative educational provision to meet their educational entitlement, for instance in line with a Statement of Special Educational Needs or is a Child in Care with no school place.

Inspire 2 Achieve is seeking to contribute to ESF Priority 3 Youth Employment and Attainment Specific Objective 2 — To reduce the number of those at risk of becoming NEET, amongst 11- 24 year olds. The project will also work in alignment with Communities First delivery plans and Flying Start Projects. Communities First delivery is currently for those who are 16+ and Families First delivers family intervention. The Inspire intervention will work with those of school age and be focused at the individual rather than the family, therefore filling the gaps that current services and projects do not deliver. Inspire 2 Achieve is designed to identify and address the needs of those most at risk of disengagement and support them to reintegrate into mainstream education provision or alternative curriculum models or to further prepare them for transition into the post-16 environments. The project will target early intervention for those most at risk across the 11-16 age range. Provision should be designed to meet the needs of participants at Key Stage 3 (school years 7 -9 when pupils are aged between 11 and 14)) and Key Stage 4 (school years 10-11 when pupils are aged between 14 and 16) who may:

— Have been permanently excluded from school.

— Have been excluded from the school on a fixed term basis — Become at risk of disengaging from mainstream education and / or being excluded from school.

— Require additional support during negotiated transfer between mainstream schools.

— Require alternative educational provision to meet their educational entitlement, for instance in line with a Statement of Special Educational Needs or is a Child in Care with no school place.

We are seeking tenders from Suppliers who can demonstrate good outcomes and a positive impact. All qualifications must be approved for use with pre-16s, registered on the Qualifications in Wales database — www.qiw.wales/ — and delivered by staff experienced with working with this type of participant. Suppliers must engage, sustain, motivate and retain participants on qualifications they deliver and ensure there are strategies in place to re-engage participants who begin to falter. It is expected that Suppliers, through delivery of qualifications, will raise the aspiration of the participants.

Inspire 2 Achieve is seeking to contribute to ESF Priority 3 Youth Employment and Attainment Specific Objective 2 — To reduce the number of those at risk of becoming NEET, amongst 11- 24 year olds. The project will also work in alignment with Communities First delivery plans and Flying Start Projects. Communities First delivery is currently for those who are 16+ and Families First delivers family intervention. The Inspire intervention will work with those of school age and be focused at the individual rather than the family, therefore filling the gaps that current services and projects do not deliver. Inspire 2 Achieve is designed to identify and address the needs of those most at risk of disengagement and support them to reintegrate into mainstream education provision or alternative curriculum models or to further prepare them for transition into the post-16 environments. The project will target early intervention for those most at risk across the 11-16 age range. Provision should be designed to meet the needs of participants at Key Stage 3 (school years 7 -9 when pupils are aged between 11 and 14)) and Key Stage 4 (school years 10-11 when pupils are aged between 14 and 16) who may:

— Have been permanently excluded from school.

— Have been excluded from the school on a fixed term basis.

— Become at risk of disengaging from mainstream education and / or being excluded from school.

— Require additional support during negotiated transfer between mainstream schools.

— Require alternative educational provision to meet their educational entitlement, for instance in line with a Statement.

We are seeking tenders from Suppliers who can demonstrate good outcomes and a positive impact. All qualifications must be approved for use with pre-16s, registered on the Qualifications in Wales database — www.qiw.wales/ — and delivered by staff experienced with working with this type of participant. Suppliers must engage, sustain, motivate and retain participants on qualifications they deliver and ensure there are strategies in place to re-engage participants who begin to falter. It is expected that Suppliers, through delivery of qualifications, will raise the aspiration of the participants.

Framework for Executive Education Programme – Finance Academy Wales

NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership | Published November 30, 2017
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80000000

The NHS Wales Finance Academy is a collaboration of NHS Wales Finance Directors from across NHS Wales with the common goal of supporting and promoting the continuous development of the NHS Finance profession in Wales. The Finance Academy is seeking to establish an Executive Education Programme which is targeted at the Talent Pipeline and existing Finance Directors. The programme will provide exposure to both theoretical and real life examples of practices within the field of leadership in finance that will stimulate, challenge and grow the learning experience of the most senior (or aspiring) finance staff working within NHS Wales. The Finance Academy wishes to appoint Providers onto a Framework for the provision of Services to NHS Wales Finance Academy to assist in the delivery of Executive Education Programme. 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=73756

Development of non statutory guidance on elective home education

Welsh Government | Published October 13, 2014
Winner
Wavehill Ltd
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The Welsh Government requires new non-statutory guidance for local authorities on home education. The main aim of the guidance is to assist local authorities in supporting, and developing constructive relationships with, their home educating families. The client requires an experienced consultant who has worked in the field of education for statutory school-aged children, with a track record of drafting guidance of a similar nature and engaging with a range of stakeholders. The key requirements of the contract are to review existing guidance/policies/procedures of local authorities and engage with stakeholders to inform the development of the guidance; and draft bilingual guidance for public consultation by the Welsh Government in May 2015. The Welsh Assembly Government, on behalf of the Welsh Ministers, will be conducting this procurement exercise through the etenderwales portal https://etenderwales.bravosolution.co.uk. Tender documents and other information must be downloaded from and returned through this portal. If you require any further assistance the BravoSolution helpdesk is available on: Email: help@bravosolution.co.uk Phone: 0800 368 4850 / Fax: 020 7060 0480