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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 January 17, 2017

Following the success of the pilot, NHS England will be inviting GP practices and other providers of general practice medical services to apply for funding to help recruit, train and develop more clinical pharmacists to meet the commitment of an additional 1 500 clinical pharmacists in general practice by 2020/21. This is in addition to the pilot scheme launched in July 2015. A further roll-out towards the 1 500 target has now been launched and GP practices will be able to apply for funding in January 2017. HEE will support NHS England in this expansion by designing and delivering a comprehensive education and training programme for this cohort. HEE are working with NHS England to procure the education pathway and independent prescribing is currently in progress. This PIN is to advise prospective providers of the Commissioners intention. The contract signature date is anticipated to be 1.6.2017 with the service commencement of the first cohort on 1.9.2017.

We also plan to hold a Market Engagement session in London; address — to be confirmed on Wednesday 1.2.2017 at 9:00 to 12:30. This will provide an opportunity for potential providers to find out more about the aims of the tender and the process involved. HEE will use the opportunity to gather intelligence from providers which may influence the final tender. Please RSVP by 26.1.2017 with the name, title and contact details for attendees (a maximum of 2 attendees per organisation) to:

Name: Christina Tam;

Title: Project Support Officer;


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 February 2017.

Education and training services

The Valuation Office Agency (VOA) | Published January 10, 2017  -  Deadline January 24, 2017

The VOA is seeking the delivery of a post graduate distance learning programme in real estate/property management for up to 15 students starting in February/March 2017. The course will be delivered over 2 years and by the end the students will obtain a masters qualification in real estate/property management.

2 year contract intended to be let by open competition.

Education and training services

Local Government Association | Published January 11, 2017  -  Deadline March 3, 2017

Provision of an accredited learning and development programme for graduate management trainees in local government.

Social work and related services

London Borough of Islington | Published January 11, 2017  -  Deadline February 6, 2017

Islington Council invites suitable expressions of interest from suppliers for the provision of two services: Lot 1. mentoring and Lot 2. keyworking for young people at risk of involvement or involved in youth violence. These services will provide intensive support for young people aged 10-18 years and will link in closely with other services provided by Islington Council and third sector organisations.

Lot 1. Mentoring.

Mentoring will be offered to help young people to access and actively engage with support, as well as providing highly structured and positive activities which can open up new possibilities for young people, and help provide a bridge to education, training and employment.

Mentors will be recruited and screened, fully trained, and regularly supervised to provide a positive and safe mentoring relationship that is part of a coordinated package of support to young people at risk of youth violence.

Lot 2. Keyworking.

This will be provided to young people at risk of involvement or involved in youth violence and their families, to prevent crime and reduce re-offending, and will involve a persistent and intensive approach. Keyworkers will maintain small case loads and will provide tailored support based on each service user's strengths, needs and risks, with individual assessments, effective action plans and case management, and on-going wraparound support.

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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