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Review the Higher Education Institutions within Wales

NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership | Published January 24, 2017
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Review the Higher Education Institutions within Wales

Secondary education services

The City of Cardiff Council | Published January 31, 2017  -  Deadline February 27, 2017
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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.

Education & Children's Social Care DPS

Department for Education | Published May 1, 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.

Education and training services

Sova | Published January 20, 2017  -  Deadline March 15, 2017
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80000000

The Sova — Achieving Change through Employment (ACE) / Cyflawni Newidiadau drwy ddod o hyd i waith project is an ESF funded project designed to support individuals from a BAME and Migrant background across the West Wales and the Valleys Area, with outcomes around the development of employability skills, entering employment and sustained employment.

The purpose of this procurement exercise is to create a preferred providers list of training providers, who will deliver quality services to participants, provide good value for money for the project and make it easier for delivery staff to identify the training opportunities in their area available for participants.

Eligibility Questionnaire (AIF)

Wales Council for Voluntary Action | Published June 5, 2015  -  Deadline March 31, 2017
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75200000, 79611000, 79634000, 79998000, 80500000, 80530000, 80570000, 85312300, 85322000, 98000000

The Active Inclusion fund is managed by Wales Council for Voluntary Action (WCVA) supported by funding from European Structural Funds (Priority 1 – Specific Objective 2).  It aims to reduce economic inactivity in the West Wales and Valleys areas of Wales and improve the employability of disadvantaged people furthest from the labour market.
The fund will work with those over the age of 25 who are designated long term unemployed or economically inactive and have complex barriers to employment.  Participants will also need to fall into one of the following categories:
•	Have low skills
•	Have a work limiting health condition
•	Have caring responsibilities
•	Are over 54 years old
•	Are from a jobless household
Active Inclusion will be delivered through two complementary strands to help participants gain qualifications and skills to enhance their employability, undertake job search and employability skills, progress to further education and / or training that will enhance their employability, and achieve supported employment or full time sustainable employment.

DPS for Provision of Passenger Transport

The City of Cardiff Council | Published May 12, 2016  -  Deadline August 29, 2018
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Cardiff Council operate a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) for the provision of high quality and cost effective Passenger Transport via the Proactis portal.
The DPS allows for suppliers, who meet the mandatory requirements, to be promoted on to the system for the provision of Passenger Transport throughout the life of the DPS.
Cardiff Council has a duty to provide transport in accordance with The Learner Travel (Wales) Measure 2008. The Council is responsible for providing a safe and secure transport service for approximately 850 Special Educational Needs (SEN) pupils and 6,000 mainstream pupils. This is an essential service that Cardiff Council offers to children and families across the city.
The type of transport the Council provides includes Home to School transport service for children in mainstream education and children with Special Educational Needs (SEN), Children and Adult Services, County ride bus services, Ad Hoc Taxis and Minibus / Coach hire, and any other passenger transport services (excluding Park & Ride services, which are managed separately). On certain routes there is a requirement for regular drivers, and/or passenger assistants/escorts. All aspects relating to the above passenger transport requirements are managed by the Council’s in-house passenger transport team. The Council also has powers to provide scheduled local bus services to meet public transport requirements which would otherwise not be met; these are scheduled public passenger transport services that transport citizens within the boundary of Cardiff County Council and across neighbouring council boundaries, when the Council provides additional subsided services.
It is the intention of the Council to use reverse e Auctions to award new contracts through the Dynamic Purchasing System.
Cardiff Council is managing this procurement process in accordance with the Public Contracts Regulations 2006 (the “Regulations”) as amended.
The DPS is be split into four Lots; suppliers are be able to bid for one or more Lots as follows –
-Lot One Vehicles over 17 Seats
-Lot Two Vehicles 8 – 17 Seats including Specially Adapted Vehicles
-Lot Three Taxis with a Regular Driver
-Lot Four Ad Hoc Taxis
PLEASE READ THE ATTACHED DOCUMENTS BEFORE COMPLETING THE QUESTIONNAIRE
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