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Education and training services

Department for Education | Published February 9, 2016  -  Deadline March 11, 2020

Education and training services

Education and training services

Health Education England | Published November 17, 2016

NHS South of England Procurement Services, acting on behalf of Health Education England (the Commissioner) will be commencing a tender for the delivery of initiatives to support workforce transformation, development and training that is intended to improve outcomes for vulnerable Children and Young people. The fund is intended to encourage and support initiatives that will contribute to workforce development through education and training, and we expect to be assessing applications from a wide range of organisations. The maximum amount an applicant may apply for will be 250 000 GBP. We also plan to hold a Market Engagement session in London at The Auditorium, Stewart House, 32 Russell Square, WC1B 5DN on the 9.12.2016 from 10:00 - 12:30. Please RSVP by Monday 5.12.2016 with the name, title and contact details for attendees (a maximum of two attendees per organisation) to: Morufat Omosan at morufat.omosan@nhs.net.

NHS South of England Procurement Services, acting on behalf of Health Education England (the Commissioner) will be commencing a tender for the delivery of initiatives to support workforce transformation, development and training that is intended to improve outcomes for vulnerable Children and Young people. The fund is intended to encourage and support initiatives that will contribute to workforce development through education and training, and we expect to be assessing applications from a wide range of organisations. The maximum amount an applicant may apply for will be £250,000. The commissioner reserves the right not to proceed with the Procurement, or any part thereof, or change the requirements as necessary at any time.

It is the intention of the commissioner that the procurement will be conducted as on OJEU Service Contract using an Open Procedure under the Public Contracts Regulations 2015. The ITT is expected to be published mid to late December 2016.

Education and training services

Department for Culture, Media and Sport | Published November 4, 2016  -  Deadline December 1, 2016

As part of the National Cyber Security Programme, the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) requires the design and delivery of a cyber security SME Bootcamp programme to help support the growth of the sector. The intervention will develop activity to support cyber security firms, across early stages of their lifecycle (first 5 years) with the essential businesses skills that they need to further their growth.

The Government has committed to doubling its investment in cyber security to £1.9bn over the next 5 years. As part of this and through the National Cyber Security Programme, DCMS have developed a series of initiatives to boost the UK sector and help support the development of the cyber security ecosystem. This specific intervention is a requirement for a Cyber Security SME Bootcamp programme, which will develop local activity to provide cyber security firms with the business knowledge and skills that they need to help further their progress. The procurement is for a supplier/consortium to develop and deliver the initiative.

Education and training services

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde | Published November 10, 2016  -  Deadline December 9, 2016

The Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership is seeking a dynamic organisation(s), or partnership of organisations, to deliver a programme of community led health improvement activity that will complement its strategic direction for health improvement and the work of its own staff and many partners. The programme will work with adults aged 16 and over in areas of deprivation, along with population groups who experience significant social and health inequalities. The programme will have the fundamental aim of building capacity at both individual and community levels. The successful supplier will be able to work collegiately, with existing partnerships and in forming new partnerships.

NHS/SoEPS/16.299 PIN - Prior Information Notice (PIN) and Market Engagement for the 2017/18 Children and Young Peoples’ Education & Training Fund - Vulnerable Group

SOUTH OF ENGLAND PROCUREMENT SERVICES | Published November 15, 2016  -  Deadline December 9, 2016
NHS South of England Procurement Services, acting on behalf of Health Education England (the Commissioner) will be commencing a tender for the delivery of initiatives to support workforce transformation, development and training that is intended to improve outcomes for vulnerable Children and Young people. The fund is intended to encourage and support initiatives that will contribute to workforce development through education and training, and we expect to be assessing applications from a wide range of organisations. The maximum amount an applicant may apply for will be £250,000. This Prior Information Notice (PIN) is to advise prospective providers of the Commissioners intention. We also plan to hold a Market Engagement session in London at The Auditorium, Stewart House, 32 Russell Square, WC1B 5DN on the 9th of December 2016 from 10 -12.30pm. This will provide an opportunity for potential providers to find out more about the aims of the tender and contracts, the process involved as well as network with others. HEE will use the opportunity to gather intelligence from providers which may influence the final tender. Please RSVP by Monday 5th December 2016 with the name, title and contact details for attendees (a maximum of two attendees per organisation) to: Morufat Omosan
Project Support Officer - Children and Young People’s Mental Health Education and Quality
E. morufat.omosan@nhs.net The commissioner reserves the right not to proceed with the Procurement, or any part thereof, or change the requirements as necessary at any time. It is the intention of the commissioner that the procurement will be conducted as on OJEU Service Contract using an Open Procedure under the Public Contracts Regulations 2015. The ITT is expected to be published mid to late December 2016. A separate advert will be released advising of this.

Accounting, auditing and fiscal services

Churchmarketplace Ltd. | Published December 9, 2016  -  Deadline January 7, 2017

Churchmarketplace continues to develop a National Procurement Strategy with the aim of promoting better buying within Catholic Education Establishments (including Academies, Schools, Further Education and Higher Education institutions) and Dioceses in England and Wales. The main aim of this strategy will be to ensure that CEEs and Dioceses obtain the best value for money from the services which they purchase, in particular Accountancy and Auditing Services.

Accountancy and Auditing Services for Academies.

Accountancy and Auditing Services for Dioceses.

Recruitment services

Churchmarketplace Ltd | Published December 9, 2016  -  Deadline January 8, 2017

Churchmarketplace continues to develop a National Procurement Strategy with the aim of promoting better buying within (CEE) Catholic Education Establishments (including Academies, Schools, Further Education and Higher Education institutions) and Dioceses in England and Wales. The main aim of this strategy will be to ensure that CEEs and Dioceses obtain the best value for money from the services which they purchase, in particular Human Resources Services.

Human Resources Services for CEEs.

Human Resources Services for Dioceses.

Construction-related services

Education Funding Agency | Published November 9, 2016  -  Deadline December 21, 2016

The Education Funding Agency (‘EFA’) is procuring to appoint suppliers to a framework to support the delivery of the Free Schools programme. This will include Project Management services on a national basis and Technical Advisory services in two regions, North and South. The EFA is the executive agency of the Department for Education (‘DfE’) responsible for funding. This includes supporting the delivery of schools capital projects, including Free Schools.

The EFA envisages appointing up to 4 suppliers to provide Technical Advisory services to the North of England.

The EFA envisages appointing up to 8 suppliers to provide Technical Advisory services to the South of England.

The EFA envisages appointing up to 10 suppliers to provide Project Management services on a National basis to support the delivery of the Free Schools Programme.

Construction work

Department for Education (‘DFE’) on behalf of itself and the contracting authorites to be identified in subsequent notices for information/competition | Published November 8, 2016

This PIN is issued by the Education Funding Agency (‘EFA’) on behalf of the DfE to engage with the market about the procurement of a Framework for the delivery of capital education building projects. This follows up a PIN issued in May 2016. A further market engagement day is being held for the new framework on 23/11/16 at Millbank Tower, London. This will be to give the market a proposed design of the Framework ahead of the issue of the Contract Notice in March 2017. If you would like to attend, please register at https://efaconstructionframeworkevent.eventbrite.co.uk. Draft plans are for the Framework to operate across three value bands. Each band will be split into regional lots. Please note that this is only a proposal and the final structure of the Framework will not be finalised until after the market engagement day.

Please see section II.1.4. The bands and number of lots stated in this PIN is not final or indicative of the actual Framework structure and the Contracting Authority reserves the right (in its absolute discretion) to amend this at any time.

Please see section II.1.4. The bands and number of lots stated in this Notice is not final or indicative of the actual Framework structure and the Contracting Authority reserves the right (in its absolute discretion) to amend this at any time.

Foreign economic-aid-related services

Foreign and Commonwealth Office | Published November 3, 2016

The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) is seeking to establish a Cross Whitehall Prosperity Framework Contract which can be accessed by other government departments.

The FCO wishes to work with potential framework participants capable of providing complex high value overseas programme design, build, implementation and management support (or other services to be defined) across a potential range of themes i.e:- Anti Corruption, Better Health, Business Environment,

Education, Energy, Financial Services, Infrastructure, Innovation, Low Carbon, Smart Cities, Trade.

The FCO wish to discuss the design, content, requirements and management of the framework with potential contractors at a Market Engagement event in mid November 2016, details of which will be made available to Suppliers that register on the FCO's eSourcing Procurement Portal (https://fco.bravosolution.co.uk). It is anticipated that the Cross Whitehall Prosperity Framework Contract will commence from April 2017.

Overseas design, build, implementation and management of programme support (in addition to other services) in support of the Cross Whitehall Prosperity Fund.

Construction work

London Borough of Camden | Published December 8, 2016  -  Deadline January 13, 2017

Central Somers Town CIP Regeneration Scheme: 1) Redevelopment of Edith Neville Primary School with associated landscaping along with works to immediate public realm and provision of access arrangements 2) Development of new community hub to include new spaces for St. Aloysius Nursery, Plot 10 community play and 10 new affordable family housing units together with improvements to immediate public realm and provision of access arrangements.

Note — The estimated contract value is based on construction values only and has accounted for prelims, overheads and profit.

Central Somers Town CIP Regeneration Scheme:

1) Redevelopment of Edith Neville Primary School with associated landscaping along with works to immediate public realm and provision of access arrangements.

2) Development of new community hub to include new spaces for St. Aloysius Nursery, Plot 10 community play and 10 new affordable family housing units together with improvements to immediate public realm and provision of access arrangements.

The redevelopment of Edith Neville Primary school is a central strand in the Central Somers Town masterplan proposals. The School itself has been subject to numerous remedial works (both planned and unplanned) and is now in critical need of redevelopment in order to ensure it meets the education requirements of a modern school. The project team have been working closely with the appointed school architects — Hayhurst and Co.

The school has been specifically designed to be flexible enough for a future expansion to a 2 form entry should there be significant demand for additional places at a later time.

St Aloysius Nursery is located in a temporary building on part of Regent High School's outside games area. Regent High will soon require the use of this land and therefore the Nursery needs a new, permanent home. In addition, the new community hub building will also house new play facilities for Plot 10 — an existing community play facility on Polygon Road open space. The integration of these facilities under one building will allow for a much more efficient use of space with complementary uses that will act as focal point for the local Somers Town Community. Additionally, the relocation of Plot 10 from the open space will free up this area for valuable outdoor space for the wider community.In additional to the community spaces, there will also be 10 affordable family units on top of the community hub building. These will be offered to local families in line with the agreed local lettings policy.

Research to scope support for the sector to implement the Sainsbury Review

Education and Training Foundation | Published November 15, 2016  -  Deadline December 5, 2016
The aim of this work is to provide intelligence to help shape the support the Foundation provides to assist the sector to implement the recommendations of the Independent Panel on Technical Education (the Sainsbury Review).
There are three strands of work and tender responses may cover one or more of the strands. The three strands are:
- Strand 1 - Identifying the challenges for practitioners, leaders, managers and governors in providers in implementing the recommendations of the Sainsbury Review
- Strand 2 - Mapping the skills of the current workforce and identifying gaps
- Strand 3 - Identifying and learning from approaches to support the workforce taken in other countries.

Legal services

Glasgow City Council | Published November 22, 2016  -  Deadline December 21, 2016

Framework for the provision of professional legal services.

To provide advice and assistance on all aspects of civil litigation, including representation at courts and tribunals as required. Work falling under Lots 1, 2 and 5 is excluded from this lot.

To advise and assist the Council on statutory rights and responsibilities in relation to children and young persons, and to provide advice and representation as required.

To provide advice on all aspects of property law and to carry out conveyancing where the matter is of a routine or standard nature and/or low value.

To provide advice and representation in relation to education prosecutions raised under the Education (Scotland) Act 1980.

To provide advice and representation on all aspects of employment law including, but not limited to, the matters listed in the scope of requirements.

Advice and representation on equal pay and related discrimination claims arising from the Authorities pay and grading structure are excluded from this Lot.

To advise and assist in relation to any requirement regarding corporate/commercial legal services, contentious and non contentious construction law, planning roads and environment law, local government and public law and complex, high value or novel property law and conveyancing (excluded from the scope of the general conveyancing lot — lot 6).

Short Breaks Commissioning

Staffordshire County Council | Published November 2, 2015  -  Deadline March 30, 2018
Staffordshire County Council (The Council) is seeking to appoint a range of providers who are able to provide meaningful, effective and innovative Community Based Short Break Opportunities for parents and carers of children and young people with Special Education Needs and/or disabilities (SEND) aged 0-25 years.
The Council is proposing to appoint providers through the establishment of a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS). Providers may apply to join the DPS at any time during its life and any provider who achieves the scoring thresholds defined in the PQQ will be appointed to the DPS. The Council will undertake its first evaluation of PQQs after 1st December 2015 for providers to be placed on the DPS. Thereafter, any applications received will be evaluated as they arrive.
It is anticipated that the first 'call off' opportunity will be published in mid-December 2015. The next call-off is unlikely to occur until December 2016. Full details of the anticipated process are contained within the PQQ and the tender documents.
The Council is committed to ensuring there is a fair and equitable distribution of a broad range of Community Based Short Break Opportunities across Staffordshire in its entirety, thus providing all parents and carers of children and young people with SEND the opportunity to access a meaningful Short Break opportunity.
The DPS contract between the Provider and the Council for the provision of Community Based Short Break Opportunities will be initially 24 months in length, with two further optional 12 month extension periods, subject to the provision of available funding and the strategic priorities of the Council.
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