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TD0886 — Provision of alternative education framework.

Derby City Council | Published June 6, 2015
Winner
Catch22, Derby Pride Trust, Gotcha International Academy, YMCA (Derbyshire)
cpvs
80000000

Kingsmead School is seeking indicative tenders for inclusion on a framework for alternative education provision for up to 6 hours per day (including 30 minutes lunchtime supervision), to meet its legislative responsibilities in relation to all pupils in alternative provision.

TD0886 — Provision of Alternative Education Framework.

Derby City Council | Published December 4, 2014  -  Deadline January 16, 2015
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80000000, 80000000, 80000000, 80000000, 80000000, 80000000, 80000000, 80000000, 80000000, 80000000, 80000000, 80000000, 80000000, 80000000, 80000000, 80000000, 80000000, 80000000, 80000000, 80000000, 80000000, 80000000

Kingsmead School is seeking indicative tenders for inclusion on a framework for Alternative Education Provision for up to 6 hours per day (including 30 minutes lunchtime supervision), to meet its legislative responsibilities in relation to all pupils in alternative provision.

Provision of home safety equipment and education services in Nottingham City.

Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit on behalf of Nottingham City CCG | Published October 11, 2014
Winner
Nottingham CityCare PartnershipNottingham NG1 6GN
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45233292

NHS Nottingham City Clinical Commissioning Group is inviting bids from suitably qualified providers including consortia that can set-up, manage and deliver a home safety equipment and education service to circa 3,000 families with children under the age of 5 living in Nottingham. The provider is required to supply and install safety equipment in families' homes (a full list of eligible equipment will be in the tender pack). This will include to undertake a Home Safety Inspection prior to installation and to engage with families to deliver safety education, equipment advice and pre/post-installation questionnaires.

Attendance Management and Electronic Personal Education Plan System

 | Published April 12, 2016  -  Deadline May 11, 2016
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48000000

Derby City Council require an electronic system for collecting accurate information about attendance, exclusion, school and placement moves, out of school hours learning, attainment and progress for Looked After Children in our care, also providing electronic Personal Education Plans. Note that the electronic Personal Education Plans system will not be considered or procured on its own, but only as an add-on to the Attendance Management System. The successful supplier will need to take into account differing IT needs, abilities and compatibility in proposing an appropriate solution, which within the scope of this procurement are: • Software licences and upgrades (including if concurrent or named users) • Software as a Service (SaaS) cloud solution or client (Customer) hosted environment • Implementation, configuration and integration services (with project management) – for any new system • Systems validation and control/administration • Secure system back-up/contingency planning, with data archiving facilities • Documentation and user training • Helpdesk and application support and maintenance • Data conversion and migration – for any new system The contract period is three years; the contract is estimated to commence 23/07/2016 and expire 22/07/2019. Please note, suppliers wishing to express interest and obtain the documentation must do so by 14:00, Tuesday the 10th of May 2016. It is recommended that you express interest and obtain the documentation well before this time to allow sufficient time to prepare and submit a comprehensive response. The deadline for returns is 14:00, Wednesday the 11th of May 2016. The process is being run via the Council e-tendering system www.eastmidstenders.org where you can express interest and obtain the documents, (please note we will only accept expressions of interest through the e-tendering system).

Nottingham City CCG Education, Self Care and Recovery Service.

Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit (GEM CSU) | Published October 2, 2015  -  Deadline November 20, 2015
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85100000

Nottingham City CCG invites suitably qualified and experienced providers to deliver community podiatry services under a lead provider model incorporating core podiatry, domiciliary, high-level biomechanics, specialist podiatry and podiatric surgery. Aims of the Service: The aim of the service is to provide an integrated podiatry service in the community for patients with more urgent and routine podiatry needs. In particular, the following will be included within the service: — single point of access and clinical triage, — urgent referral into hospital based MDT clinic within 24 hours, — provision of a specialist podiatry service to see patients within 5 working days to prevent further deterioration and offer more regular follow up, — provision of a routine podiatry service seeing patients within 30 working days, — provision of community based podiatric surgery with on-site X-ray facilities with a 12 week referral to treatment target, — education and training to GP practices regarding annual diabetic foot checks. The procurement opportunity also offers the option of a social nail-cutting service. This will not form part of the commissioned pathway and will not be a pre-requisite to a tender response but the CCG would like to encourage a self (patient)-funded finger and toenail cutting service as added value to the pathway. The successful provider is asked to deliver the full pathway or sub contract elements of the service under a lead provider model. Outcomes that the service will deliver include: — Patients will receive care based on their individual needs, — patients will experience improved foot health, mobility and independence, — patients will experience reduced foot pain, — patients will say they definitely understood an explanation of the treatment plan and were aware of self-help strategies, — patients/carers will rate the overall service experience good or excellent, — patients will say that they were always treated with dignity and respect, — patients will be satisfied with waiting time, — it is anticipated that referrals and activity within Acute MDT clinic will be reduced based on increased specialism and access within community service.

Nottingham City CCG Mental Health Education, Self-Care and Recovery Service.

Arden and GEM CSU on behalf of Nottingham City Clinical Commissioning Group | Published October 1, 2015  -  Deadline November 13, 2015
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85100000

Nottingham City CCG invites offers from suitably qualified providers for the provision of Mental Health Education, Self Care and Recovery Service. The CCG would welcome bids on the basis of individual suppliers, lead providers or from a consortium of qualified providers. Aims and objectives of service: — Co-production, development and delivery of educational approaches to support individual recovery from and self-care of mental health problems. — Increase people's understanding and ability to manage their mental health needs. — Equip people with the tools and skills to be aware of and self-manage their mental health. — Increase carer/family member's understanding and confidence and ability to manage their own mental and health and wellbeing, as well as that of the person being cared for. — Improve people's experience of mental health services (including those who use them, carers and those who work within them). The Service will deliver a learning and educational approach based on the principles of the ‘recovery college’ model outlined by ImROC. Amongst other things, this includes consideration of: — Co-production between people with personal and professional experience of mental health problems — this should be evident in all aspects of the Service from curriculum development to quality assurance. — Provision of a physical base (building) for delivery of courses/workshops — multiple locations should be available to improve accessibility for those who wish to benefit from the Service. It operates on college principles — the Service does not offer treatment. Students should select courses/workshops from a prospectus based on their own personal aims and what they want to achieve. As in any college, a ‘student charter’ should be developed to describe what the person can expect to gain and what is expected in terms of attendance and behaviour. Ensuring the safety of all students will be paramount and the service must ensure robust safeguarding procedures are in place to suitably protect vulnerable people. There is a Tutor (or equivalent) who offers information, advice and guidance — the ‘tutor’ helps students select the courses that suit them based on their hopes, aspirations and what they want to achieve. The Service will be developed to suit people with mild to moderate mental health related support needs (not under the care of secondary mental health) and will complement interventions delivered by Primary Care Psychological Therapies and other locally commissioned mental health and wellbeing services. Service delivery should broadly cover: 1) Pre-course discussion — although direct booking will be possible, guidance should be available, if needed, to help people select the relevant courses which will support achievement of personal aims and objectives. Specific learning needs and/or additional support should be identified at this stage. Consideration must be given to reasonable adjustments that can be made to meet individual requirements and reduce barriers to access/success. 2) Short, non-formal courses/workshops delivered in a supportive, non-judgemental environment which help people to: — recognise triggers which may contribute to mental ill health. — identify actions to sustain and improve mental and emotional health and wellbeing. — develop ongoing coping strategies to support a mentally healthy lifestyle. 3) Informal ‘top-up’ courses/workshops for people who have progressed from courses or have completed treatment with other services but who may need further support at stressful times. The Service will publish a widely available prospectus (including an online version) outlining a description of the education and self-care courses/workshops available; times and locations; how to enroll on relevant courses. The prospectus will be regularly reviewed and updated in light of changing needs and people's feedback. Examples of education and self-care course content may include: — Identifying and managing mental ill health symptoms e.g. anxiety, low mood, depression. — Coping with stress and challenging negative thinking. — Setting personal recovery goals and developing plans to achieve them. — Understanding and managing mental health in relation to physical health problems. — Introduction to mindfulness. — The impact of diet, sleep and activity in terms of good mental health. — Relationships and assertiveness. — Managing problems and difficult days.

Writing of Education, Health & Care Plans (ECHPs)

Derby City Council | Published February 3, 2017  -  Deadline February 24, 2017
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80000000

Tenders are invited for the provision of a service to undertake the writing of Education, Health and Care Plans (ECHPs), including conversions from Statement of Special Educational Needs and Learning Difficulty Assessments (LDAs), for learners who are pre 16 and post 16 years of age. This will need to be undertaken following the process of assessment and gathering of relevant reports relating to the child or young person's special education, health or social care needs. This requirement relates to Part 3 of the Children and Families Act 2014 and associated regulations including the 'Special educational needs and disability code of practice: 0 to 25 years'. It relates to children and young people with special educational needs (SEN) and disabled children and young people. The majority of children and young people with special educational needs or disabilities (SEND) will have their needs met within local mainstream early years settings, schools or colleges. Some children and young people may require an Education Health and Care (EHC) needs assessment in order for the local authority to decide whether it is necessary for it to make provision in accordance with an EHC plan. EHCPs replace Statements of Special Educational Need from September 2014 as determined by the changes being implemented under the Children and Families Act 2014. The purpose of an EHCP is to make special educational provision to meet the special educational needs of the child or young person, to secure the best possible outcomes for them across education, health and social care and, as they get older, prepare them for adulthood. The expected contract commencement date is 1st May 2017. The initial contract term is for one year with the option to extend by a further twelve months in annual. The value of the contract is 50,000GBP per annum, a maximum of 100,000GBP over the potential two year term. Please visit https://www.eastmidstenders.org where you can express interest and obtain the documents. Please note - we will only accept expressions of interest through the e-tendering system. Please note, suppliers wishing to express interest and obtain the documentation, must do so by 5pm on 23rd February 2017. However, it is recommended that you express interest and obtain the documentation well before this time to allow sufficient time to prepare and submit a comprehensive response. The deadline for returns is 10.00am on Friday 24th February 2017.

Attendance Management and Electronic Personal Education Plan System

Derby City Council | Published April 11, 2016  -  Deadline May 10, 2016
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48000000,

Derby City Council require an electronic system for collecting accurate information about attendance, exclusion, school and placement moves, out of school hours learning, attainment and progress for Looked After Children in our care, also providing electronic Personal Education Plans. Note that the electronic Personal Education Plans system will not be considered or procured on its own, but only as an add-on to the Attendance Management System. The successful supplier will need to take into account differing IT needs, abilities and compatibility in proposing an appropriate solution, which within the scope of this procurement are: • Software licences and upgrades (including if concurrent or named users) • Software as a Service (SaaS) cloud solution or client (Customer) hosted environment • Implementation, configuration and integration services (with project management) – for any new system • Systems validation and control/administration • Secure system back-up/contingency planning, with data archiving facilities • Documentation and user training • Helpdesk and application support and maintenance • Data conversion and migration – for any new system The contract period is three years; the contract is estimated to commence 23/07/2016 and expire 22/07/2019. Please note, suppliers wishing to express interest and obtain the documentation must do so by 14:00, Tuesday the 10th of May 2016. It is recommended that you express interest and obtain the documentation well before this time to allow sufficient time to prepare and submit a comprehensive response. The deadline for returns is 14:00, Wednesday the 11th of May 2016. Select the ‘apply online’ link in the bottom right hand corner of this notice, this will transfer you to the Councils e-tendering system https://www.eastmidstenders.org where you can express interest and obtain the documents, (please note we will only accept expressions of interest through the e-tendering system).

Transport Services Framework for Hackney Carriage, Minibus and Private Hire Vehicles.

Derby City Council | Published December 15, 2015
Winner
Aris Mahmood (Derby Airport Cars)
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60100000

Various Statutory and ad-hoc requirements for transport e.g. Special education need transport for children.

Transport Services Framework for Hackney Carriage, Minibus and Private Hire Vehicles.

Derby City Council | Published May 8, 2015  -  Deadline June 9, 2015
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60000000

Various statutory and ad hoc requirements for transport e.g. Special Education Needs Transport for Children.

Transport Services Framework for Hackney Carriage, Minibus and Private Hire Vehicles.

Derby City Council | Published May 8, 2015  -  Deadline June 10, 2015
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60000000

Various statutory and ad hoc requirements for transport e.g. Special Education Needs Transport for Children.

PR102 Provision of External Audit Services

Derby College | Published December 3, 2016
Winner
BDO LLP
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79200000, 79212000, 79210000, 79212100

Provision of external audit services to Derby College, Mackworth Business Services and Derby College Education Trust.

PR102 Provision of External Audit Services

Derby College | Published August 18, 2016  -  Deadline September 16, 2016
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Provision of external audit services to Derby College, Mackworth Business Services and Derby College Education Trust.

PR102 Provision of External Audit Services

Derby College | Published August 18, 2016  -  Deadline September 9, 2016
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79200000, 79212000, 79212100, 79210000, 79210000, 79212000, 79212100

Provision of external audit services to Derby College, Mackworth Business Services and Derby College Education Trust.

Educational development support for children and young people with communication needs - Market Research

Halton Borough Council | Published January 13, 2015  -  Deadline January 19, 2015
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80000000, 85000000

PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS A SOFT MARKET TEST ONLY TO ASSIST THE COUNCIL WITH RESEARCH AND PREPARATION AND IS NOT A FORMAL TENDER. THIS MAY LEAD TO A PROCUREMENT OPPORTUNITY IN THE NEAR FUTURE Halton Borough Council is currently considering options for commissioning an additional service to complement the existing speech and language therapy provision and testing the market to establish if there are suitable organisations that can provide this service. This service will focus specifically upon tackling low educational performance in Halton and will be delivered in pre-school settings and schools, and other appropriate locations such as children's centres. Brief Summary of Service Specification The service will not be required to deliver initial assessments of children and young people's needs as this will be provided by the existing provision. The service will deliver a range of interventions in partnership with education colleagues and families following assessment, when it is indicated that a child's needs are best met within their daily environment and support is most appropriately delivered by the child's daily communication partner. The service will operate as a key component of Halton's education, inclusion and early intervention models. We anticipate that the service will be delivered via a skills mix including qualified speech and language therapists (this will be an essential requirement of organisations interested in delivering this provision). The closing date for responses is 16th January 2015 Selected Organisations may be invited to meet with the Commissioning department to provide visibility and understanding of delivering this service before the end of January 2015. Should you have any queries please ask these via the Chest Question and Answer section: www.the-chest.org.uk This process is intended to inform Councils' understanding of the market and is not part of a formal procurement process. Should the Councils decide to proceed, a formal procurement process may follow at a later date. Any responses received will not prejudice any involvement in a future procurement process and will not include or preclude any organisation from participating in any future procurement process. All information provided as part of this exercise will be provided to all parties involved in any future procurement exercise. Local Authorities are subject to the Freedom of Information Act 2000, and cannot guarantee that information received will remain confidential.

Nottingham City Clinical Commissioning Group Integrated Diabetes Service.

Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit (GEM CSU) | Published November 20, 2015
Winner
Nottingham CityCare Partnership
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85100000

The aim of the service is to provide an integrated diabetes service in the community for patients with Type 1 and 2 diabetes. In particular, the following will be included within the service; telephone education, advice and support to both patients and healthcare professionals, emotional and psychological support, structured education programmes for both Type 1 and Type 2 patients (both group and 1 to 1 sessions), continuous blood glucose monitoring, foot assessment, care planning and insulin pump initiation and management. In addition to this, patients presenting post or with a hypo/hyperglycaemic attack will be given advice and support through the hypoglycaemic pathway. Mentorship / training opportunities for healthcare professionals will also be provided. In addition the new provider will be expected to provide support to patients at high risk of developing diabetes. The service will function through a Diabetes Central Triage Hub. Outcomes: — To provide an integrated model of care that meets the needs of patients with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes; — Ensure that healthcare professionals managing patients with Type 1 and 2 diabetes have the appropriate access to services as and when required; — Empowering patients by initiating joint care plans; — Patients, carers and healthcare professionals have access to specialist advice and education; — Improved care pathway; — Reduce unnecessary admissions to hospital; — Improvement in self-management, knowledge and shared decision making.

NHS Derbyshire CCG GP Interpretation and Translation Services.

Southern Derbyshire Clinical Commissioning Group | Published November 17, 2015
Winner
Pearl Linguistics
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79530000

NHS Southern Derbyshire Clinical Commissioning Group is the lead for commissioning Interpreting Services for the 4 Clinical Commissioning Groups and all GP Practices across the whole of Derbyshire. The Procurement Process encompassing the following service requirements: — face to face interpreting; — telephone interpreting; — sign language (inc Makaton); — written translation (inc Braille, easy read); — Video Interpretation. The services covered under this contract will be to support the following booked health interventions (please note that this list is not exhausted): — Community delivered at GP practice and home visits (where necessary); — Planned individual appointments with doctors Group education sessions around general health awareness and other education projects Patient and service user engagement, e.g. patient stories when tracking care pathways; — Consultation events; — Public meetings. These services can be required at any GP Practice or community location within Derbyshire.

TD0878 Delivery of Step Up to Social Work Programme.

Derby City Council | Published March 13, 2015
Winner
Manchester Metropolitan University
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80300000

The Step up to Social Work programme is funded by the Department for Education (DfE) with the intention of raising the standard of social workers who work in children's statutory services. The programme recruits high calibre candidates who have a 2(i) degree and have had experience of working in childcare. The programme is managed by regional partnerships and the East Midlands partnership currently consists of the following local authorities: — Derby City — Lead Authority; — Northamptonshire; — Nottinghamshire; — Nottingham City; — Leicester City; — Leicestershire; — Lincolnshire. The DfE have announced that they will fund a cohort 4 of the Step up to Social Work programme and Derby City Council, on behalf of the East Midlands Regional Partnership, is looking to contract a Higher Education Institution to work with the East Midlands Regional Partnership to deliver and quality assure a Cohort 4 Step up to Social Work Programme in the East Midlands Region.

TD0878 Delivery of Step up to Social Work programme.

Derby City Council | Published December 16, 2014  -  Deadline January 19, 2015
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80300000

The Step up to Social Work programme is funded by the Department for Education (DfE) with the intention of raising the standard of social workers who work in children's statutory services. The programme recruits high calibre candidates who have a 2(i) degree and have had experience of working in childcare. The programme is managed by regional partnerships and the East Midlands partnership currently consists of the following local authorities: — Derby City — Lead Authority, — Northamptonshire, — Nottinghamshire, — Nottingham City, — Leicester City, — Leicestershire, — Lincolnshire. The DfE have announced that they will fund a cohort 4 of the Step up to Social Work programme and Derby City Council, on behalf of the East Midlands Regional Partnership, is looking to contract a Higher Education Institution to work with the East Midlands Regional Partnership to deliver and quality assure a Cohort 4 Step up to Social Work Programme in the East Midlands Region.

Social work and related services

Derby City Council | Published February 21, 2017
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85300000

The aim of this Framework Tender is to contract with a number of Providers to provide a range of accommodation and support to meet the individual needs of each young person. The outcome will be to enable the young person to develop and gain the necessary skills to live independently as well as encouraging Education, Training and Employment with an emphasis on good Health outcomes.