Education and training services. Primary education services. Pre-school education services. Secondary education services. Higher education services. Special education services. Adult and other education services. Various school services. The Council is seeking expressions of interest from providers who are experienced in the provision of a wide range of Education Services:
— Adult Education;
— Behaviour Support;
— Early Years Childcare;
— Education Welfare;
— School Improvement.
— Special Educational Needs (SEN);
— Specialist Support and Disability Services;
— Special Educational Needs Inclusion Support;
— Strategic Leadership and Management (across all services);
— Strategic Place Planning and Capital Management;
— Workforce Development and Governor Services.
The Council is seeking proposals to deliver the majority of Education Services outlined above as a single ‘bundle' or lot of services. The exception is Adult Education which will be tendered as a separate lot. The tendering process for the main ‘bundle' of Education Services will not be sub-divided into lots and therefore we are not inviting proposals for the delivery of individual services, or a combination of some services, from those included in the scope of the bundle of services. We do however welcome proposals from partnerships or consortiums (or similar arrangements) to deliver Education Services as part of a single proposal submission. The Council reserves the right to remove individual services, either in full or in part, from the scope of the ‘bundle' of services at any time during the tendering process.The tender opportunity will be run through the London Tenders Procurement Portal and you will need to register your company with the portal as soon as possible (if you have not already done so) at www.londontenders.org to ensure that you are able to express your interest in this tender and receive the relevant documents once they are available online.Following evaluation of the PQQs a restricted number of providers will be invited to participate in a procedure based around a competitive dialogue procurement tender process providing an opportunity to work with the Council to champion new models for delivering these services in order to produce more cost effective outcome focused services for its residents. For providers invited to participate, this will initially entail an Invitation to Submit Outline Solutions (ISOS), after the assessment of which a reduced number of providers will be invited to submit Detailed Proposals (ISDP). Following the subsequent dialogue, final tenders will be invited to establish preferred bidder(s). A more detailed anticipated timetable for the procedure can be found within the PQQ. The contract is likely to commence in 2016 or at such date to be determined by the Council.
| PublishedMarch 23, 2016 - Deadline April 26, 2016
Education advisers will be required to analyse qualification submissions and provide DfE with advice as to whether technical and applied qualifications demonstrate the required characteristics for inclusion in performance tables, in particular advising on the appropriateness and quality of content, as well as overlap with other qualifications. Advisers must have experience of reviewing qualifications and be able to assess against the characteristics detailed in DfE’s Technical Guidance, which is currently being updated.
Education advisers may also be required to analyse Apprenticeship Trailblazer assessment plans and advise BIS/DfE whether they will give employers confidence that those completing an apprenticeship will be fully job ready.
We are looking for up to 8 Education Advisers for a maximum of 120 days who should:
• Demonstrate strong knowledge of current 14-19 education policy as well as government reforms to vocational education.
• Have strong and recent experience of completing technical reviews of qualifications, including analysis of structure, content and assessment methods.
• Produce concise, accurate and timely reviews, including evidence for the conclusions reached.
• Work remotely with attendance at meetings in London as required
The British Council are issuing an Invitation to Tender for Consultancy and Professional Services under a framework agreement for the Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) Education strand under the Newton Fund.
We are seeking expertise from suppliers delivering capacity building services within the STEM education sector. This Invitation to Tender aims at building a bank of expertise to supply consultancy and professional services when demands arise from partner countries. This pool of experts will form the basis of successful delivery of the STEM Education Programme and assist in achieving the broader benefits of the Newton Fund.
In this Invitation to Tender, the British Council are seeking expertise in the following 3 areas of work:
Lot 1 — STEM Curriculum Development and Consultancy,
Lot 2 — Innovation in STEM Education,
Lot 3 — Resource Development.
Deadline for responses: 29.6.2015, 14:00 UK time.
All tender documents are accessible online at: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/britishcouncil
You will need to register on this website in order to view the tender and download the relevant documentation. You will be able to send and receive correspondence through this site, and submit your response to the tender online.
For more information on the STEM Education strand please visit the website: http://www.britishcouncil.org/education/science/newton/stem-education-programme
The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead | PublishedSeptember 25, 2015 - Deadline October 26, 2015
The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead are inviting tenders for the provision of Alternative Education Provision for Children and Young People in the Borough under a Framework Agreement. The Framework is offering 3 Lots of these servcies.
The procuement is being conducted using the open procedure under the Social and Other Specific Services” detailed in the Public Contracts Regulations 2015.
General Osteopathic Council | PublishedMarch 5, 2015
Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education in the UK
The General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) regulates the practice of osteopathy in the United Kingdom.
As part of this role it is responsible for approving courses of higher education in osteopathy.
The object of this contract is to provide quality assurance services in respect of the GOsC's education function.
The education function forms part of the GOsC's wider regulatory role which also includes:
— Keeping the Register of all those permitted to practise osteopathy in the UK;
— Setting, maintaining and developing standards of osteopathic practice and conduct;
— Dealing with concerns or complaints about osteopaths.
Information for tenderers and further information about the GOsC can be found at www.osteopathy.org.uk
London Borough of Ealing | PublishedDecember 1, 2014 - Deadline January 19, 2015
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An approved list for alternative education providers commonly referred to as Education Other Than At School (EOTAS) from which it will be possible for the Council to purchase education provision for pupils who are out of school, according to their individual
need and suitability, either on a block or individual basis as most appropriate, during the academic year commencing September 2014 for four academic years ending in July 2018, with an option to extend for a further period of two academic years if required
to July 2020.