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Education and training services

Devon County Council | Published August 5, 2016  -  Deadline September 8, 2016
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Education and training services

Education Cloud Services, Framework Procurement.

South West Grid for Learning Trust (‘SWGfL’) | Published November 20, 2014
Winner
BT Telecommunications plc
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48000000, 48100000, 48190000, 48200000, 48220000, 72000000, 72300000, 72400000, 72212220, 72212221, 79000000, 79900000, 79990000, 79996000, 72500000, 79400000, 79420000, 72510000, 72590000, 72600000, 64200000, 32400000, 72212200, 72315000, 80100000, 80200000, 48620000, 48700000, 48800000, 50310000, 51300000, 51600000, 75121000, 79211000, 79500000, 32410000, 32420000

The aim of the framework agreement is to allow educational establishments within the UK to safely and efficiently procure ICT goods and services through the call-off procedure in a way that is tailored towards education sector needs, using hosted services and cloud services to deliver powerful ICT provision to educational establishments without the need for high levels of infrastructure, hardware and software, expertise and ongoing maintenance and management locally. Under the framework agreement, the Supplier will deliver a range of education focussed cloud services for educational establishments in the UK.

Education and training services

Devon County Council | Published June 11, 2015
cpvs
80000000

Education and training services

Education and training services

University of Exeter | Published December 23, 2016
Winner
Keypath Education UK Ltd
cpvs
80000000

The University has undertaken a EU Compliant Competitive Dialogue procurement process to:

i. Launch a suite of online programmes (especially at Masters Level) to a worldwide audience by 2020.

ii. Achieve a step change in the digital capabilities of its academic staff and professional services in order to meet the fast expanding digital expectations and demand from the students it recruits.

iii. Identify a high quality commercial partner with the necessary profile and expertise in the online education sector to assist the University across its strategic online agenda.

The primary objective of this project is to deliver a number of programmes during the academic year 2016/17 and beyond. Individual templates of work covering each online degree programme will be agreed on a case by case basis and there is no guarantee of any volume or final number of statements of work. The University has a maximum budget to achieve this goal of up to 8 000 000 GBP (Inc. VAT) over 10 years, with the expectation that the agreement will be reviewed after a period of 3 years and then extended up to a maximum of 10 years subject to set performance criteria. Responsibility for individual elements of programme delivery will be assigned on a programme by programme basis, however the specified budget is to cover all aspects of the delivery of the project including programme research, design/development, accreditation, implementation, delivery and associated support, licences,permissions, consultancy, all expenses, training, support and maintenance.

Diabetes Type 2 Education Programme

NHS SOUTH, CENTRAL AND WEST COMMISSIONING SUPPORT UNIT | Published November 15, 2016  -  Deadline December 2, 2016
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85000000

NEW Devon Clinical Commissioning Group are seeking proposals to provide education services for newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes patients in their Eastern locality. The service should provide a good understanding of what the patients diabetes means for them, how to cope with their diabetes and increase their knowledge and understanding to reduce future diabetic related complications. The aim of patient education is for patients with diabetes to improve their knowledge, skills and confidence, enabling them to take increasing control of their own condition and integrate effective self-management into their daily lives. Diet and exercise are the foundation of any diabetes management plan. High-quality structured education could have a profound effect on biomedical outcomes, and can significantly improve quality of life and satisfaction. The contract period is planned to be 3 years with an optional extension of 2 years.

Community Fire Safety Education Unit

Devon & Somerset Fire & Rescue Service | Published November 26, 2009  -  Deadline December 23, 2009
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34200000

See attached RFP for details 

UOE/2013/060/JB — eLearning Content generation framework.

University of Exeter | Published June 13, 2015
Winner
Dynamic Business Services, TwoFour Group, Sponge UK, The VFX Co
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80420000, 80300000

E-learning services. Higher education services. E-learning services. Higher education services. The University of Exeter is looking to develop a framework of suitably qualified providers who are able to offer a range of high quality eLearning services to all departments across the University, including Academic Colleges and Professional Services, and which adhere to the latest industry standards, including, but not exclusively, accessibility and cross platform compatibility. The University wishes to work with providers who are able to create eLearning content for a range of audiences including undergraduate and postgraduate students, researchers, and academic and professional services staff, and who are also able to offer other associated services.

CP1413-WASTE EDUCATORS CONTRACT

Devon County Council | Published February 28, 2017  -  Deadline April 28, 2017
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90000000

Educating children and the wider community is an essential part of the County Council's long term strategy to achieving a more sustainable future, with an increasing emphasis on waste minimisation, resource management and a greater awareness of the issues surrounding consumerism. Devon County Council has an establsihed and well developed waste education programme providing assemblies, workshops, site visits and events for both Primary and Secondary schools. This Contract will replace the existing Devon Sustainability Educators' contract which was procured in 2012 and which is due to expire on 31 August 2017. The Contract will be for an initial service period of three years and subject to mutual agreement with the service provider, it can be extended for a maximum of two further years.

UOE/2016/001 — UOE Online Distance Learning Programmes and Services.

University of Exeter | Published February 24, 2016  -  Deadline March 22, 2016
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80000000, 48190000, 72212190, 72200000

Education and training services. Educational software package. Educational software development services. Software programming and consultancy services. The University has for some years supported small scale development of on line distance learning, and more recently has begun to create course content for use in Massive Open On Line Courses (MOOCs) and to support the re-use of content across a range of purposes, such as recruitment and outreach, undergraduate on campus-learning, postgraduate learning and alumni engagement, in order to maximise the return on what, for high quality content, is a significant investment.

The University has just completed a strategic review of its postgraduate taught portfolio and introduced a new revenue development process to deliver changes that will generate improved margin on existing activities or new high margin activities. This has resulted in a number of proposals for new postgraduate and undergraduate programmes increasing the demand for flexibly delivered education of all kinds including executive education; block-taught intensive courses; blended learning and on-line provision over the next 5-10 years of service.

Coupled with the above it is the University's ambition to strengthen its position as one of the top 100 universities in the world through expansion of its online teaching. To realise its ambition the University is expanding and transforming online operations to:

i. Launch a suite of online programmes (especially at Masters Level) to a worldwide audience by 2020.

ii. Achieve a step change in the digital capabilities of its academic staff and professional services in order to meet the fast expanding digital expectations and demand from the students it recruits.

iii. Identify a high quality commercial partner with the necessary profile and expertise in the online education sector to assist the University across its strategic online agenda.

T14/0309 — Enteral Feeds and associated products for hospital and home-care Devon and Cornwall only.

Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust | Published November 11, 2014  -  Deadline December 12, 2014
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15882000, 33000000, 33100000, 33194120, 33600000, 33692300, 85141200

The provision of an enteral feeding contract to supply the needs of patients located both in hospital and home-care situations. This contract will supply both enteral feeds and supplements together with any associated ancillary products (giving sets, syringes, or other plastics) for those patients prescribed within the confines of the Devon and Cornwall geography. The service will also provide a nursing provision to assist those patients with discharges and ongoing training and education and operational assistance to maximise the benefits from the contracted supplier and ensure that the service is well delivered to the end patient.

Sewage, refuse, cleaning and environmental services

Devon County Council | Published February 25, 2017  -  Deadline April 28, 2017
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90000000

Devon County Council has 1 of the highest recycling rates of the shire counties in England. Whilst it continues to drive recycling rates up, Devon County Council also recognises the greater need to reduce household waste now and in the future. Educating children and the wider community is an essential part of the County Council's long term strategy to achieving a more sustainable future, with an increasing emphasis on waste minimisation, resource management and a greater awareness of the issues surrounding consumerism.

Devon County Council has an established and well developed waste education programme providing assemblies, workshops, site visits and events for both Primary and Secondary schools.

The Contract will be for an initial service period of 3 years and subject to mutual agreement with the service provider, it can be extended for a maximum of 2 further years.

An Open process will be followed to procure this Contract.

This service is not divided into Lots as the personnel involved in providing the Service will have to deliver a consistent programme of waste education at all schools within the administrative boundaries of Devon County Council and Torbay Council which would not be feasible with the number of personnel envisaged to be required within the budgetary restrictions for this project.

UOE/2015/013 Purchase of Licences and Bespoke Content for Laboratory Simulations.

University of Exeter | Published April 28, 2015
Winner
Labster ApS
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48100000, 48000000, 72212100, 39162100, 39162110, 80420000

Industry specific software package. Software package and information systems. Industry specific software development services. Teaching equipment. Teaching supplies. E-learning services. The project aims at implementing laboratory simulations at the University of Exeter by means of supporting software, including development of new, bespoke, tailor-made simulations. The project includes licences for all students to utilize laboratory simulations and the development of two bespoke laboratory simulations designed specifically for courses at Exeter University, based on case stories inspired by research and education at Exeter University and the Living Systems Institute.

UOE/2015/013 Purchase of Licences and Bespoke Content for Laboratory Simulations.

University of Exeter | Published April 28, 2015
Winner
Labster ApS
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48100000, 48000000, 72212100, 39162100, 39162110, 80420000

Industry specific software package. Software package and information systems. Industry specific software development services. Teaching equipment. Teaching supplies. E-learning services. The project aims at implementing laboratory simulations at the University of Exeter by means of supporting software, including development of new, bespoke, tailor-made simulations. The project includes licences for all students to utilize laboratory simulations and the development of two bespoke laboratory simulations designed specifically for courses at Exeter University, based on case stories inspired by research and education at Exeter University and the Living Systems Institute.

Legal services

University of Exeter | Published January 5, 2017
Winner
Appleyard Lees IP LLP
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79100000, 79120000

This is a notice for social and specific services in accordance with Directive 2014/24/EU of the European Parliament and of The Council Article 74 for Legal Services.

The University wishes to appoint a panel of legal services providers to provide expert legal advice (‘Panel firms’) in 4 Lots.

Lot 1: Property and Estates.

Lot 2: Employment and Higher Education.

Lot 3: Commercial/Contractual and Intellectual Property.

Lot 4: Patent Services.

For Lots 1-3, the University intends to appoint 2 Panel firms to whom work will be allocated at the discretion of Legal Services; for Lot 4, the intention is to appoint four Panel firms, again, to whom work will be allocated at Legal Services' discretion. For higher value work the University may seek quotations from all firms on the panel for a particular ‘Lot’ to ensure best value. It is possible for a Panel firm to be appointed to more than 1 Lot.

The Panel firms would (where necessary) be expected to familiarise themselves with the University's property portfolio and advise on areas such as (but not limited to):

— Estate management, — TVG Issues, — Sales and purchases, — Property related disputes and claims, — Landlord and tenant, — Operational student residences issues, — Construction contracts, appointments and warranties, — Construction procurement, — Construction insolvency and disputes, — Infrastructure, — Planning matters, — Easements and wayleaves, —Funding, mortgages and security, — Procurement, — Insolvency, — State Aid, — Health and Safety, — Projects.

Areas to be covered by this lot include but are not limited to:

—Tribunal work;

—Grievance and disciplinary;

—TUPE;

—Pay disputes;

—Other employment issues;

—Discrimination (employment related);

—Discrimination (student related);

—Research Misconduct;

—Student complaints/disciplinary;

—Fitness to Practise;

—Charity law inc. Trusts;

—Regulatory issues (e.g. statutes);

—Defending student claims;

—Course related issues;

—International student issues;

—Work placement/experience activity;

—Open Access;

Education collaborative provision;

—Health and Safety;

—Pensions;

—Financial;

—Debt recovery;

—OFT and DS Regs in relation to student accommodation;

—CRA/CMA;

—Immigration.

Areas to be covered by this lot include but are not limited to:

—Joint ventures;

—Spin-out company formation and management;

—IP protection, management and policy;

—IP licensing/assignment;

—Student IP;

—Partnerships;

—Research related contracts;

—Clinical Trials;

—International contracts;

—IT systems contracts;

—General commercial contracts;

—Projects;

—Procurement (inc. IT systems);

Education collaborative provision;

—Insolvency;

—CRA/CMA;

—State Aid.

If successful, the Panel firms would be expected to familiarize themselves with the University IP Policy and University Research and Impact Strategy. Bidders should include in their tenders details of how this would be undertaken, including any proposed charges for this process. Areas to be covered by this lot include but are not limited to:

—Filing and prosecution of applications for patent protection in the UK and abroad;

—Freedom to operate searches and advice;

—Advice related to management and enforcement of patents in the UK and abroad.

Ice Flows - An Educational Computer Game

 | Published January 11, 2016  -  Deadline February 1, 2016
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48000000

The University of Exeter would like you to provide a quote for the design, development, delivery and initial support of an educational computer game, part of a Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) funded research project. The overall science project is investigating the response of a region of Antarctica to change in the atmosphere & ocean The aim of the game – called “Ice Flows” is to allow players to learn about ice sheets (in this case Antarctica) and interactions in the climate/ocean/ice-sheet system, learning the controls on the system as well as the outcomes of changing environmental factors

CP1206-15 Devon Safeguarding Children Board - Framework for training provision and electronic magazine

 | Published November 2, 2015  -  Deadline November 20, 2015
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80000000

Children in Devon are best safeguarded when key agencies work together effectively. Devon Safeguarding Children Board's (DSCB) key function is to ensure that this happens. The core membership of Safeguarding Children Boards is set out in the Children Act 2004 and includes representatives from local authorities, health, police, education and others including the voluntary and faith sector. The objective of the Board is to coordinate and ensure the effectiveness of their member agencies in safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children living in Devon. To ensure this effectiveness the DSCB commission a number of training activities (often, but not exclusively) one-day courses based on identified needs. These activities are designed for multi-agency audiences and are, therefore, not specific to individual agency needs. Devon County Council is tendering to enable it to put in place a framework of suppliers who are able to provide training activities to Devon County Council and other multi-agency audiences. In addition to this Devon County Council also wishes to put a sole supplier framework in place for a supplier to produce, write and publish the Devon Safeguarding electronic magazine. Training courses will be delivered to multi-agency groups at a range of venues across Devon. The DSCB believe that multi-agency training is key in developing the necessary skills and attitudes of staff and volunteers and helps them to build the relationships and networks that will enable them to work effectively to safeguard children.

CP1033-14 — Provision of Children Centre Services in North Devon and Torridge.

Devon County Council | Published March 10, 2015
Winner
Action for Children
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85000000, 98000000

These contracts are to provide Children centre service in North Devon (Contract A) and Torridge (Contract B), in line with district council boundary areas. Children Centre Services are the key delivery mechanism for the local authority to meet their statutory duties referenced in the Childcare Act 2006, and Working Together 2013. They are seen as an integral part of how the Local Authority carry out the duties set out in the Act above to improve the well-being of young children and reduce inequalities between them. Children Centre Services are identified as key delivery partners within the Early Help strategy and Targeted Families Support programme (national Troubled Families Programme) and are critical to the delivery of Early Help to children and families from pre-birth through to 5 years of age. The core purpose of children centre services is to improve outcomes for young children and their families and reduce inequalities between families in greatest need and their peers (Statutory Guidance and section 2 Childcare Act 2006) The 2013 statutory guidance for local authorities, commissioners of local health services and Job Centre Plus emphasises that integrated services should be provided locally close to where families live and for Children Centre services to act as community hub either through co-ordinating the delivery of services from DCC owned buildings or community venues. They will: — Ensure access to universal services that all families can reach, including those delivered in partnership with the maternity and health visiting service, childcare/early education providers ensuring that families receive good quality advice and information on all Early Childhood services. — Ensure the provision of targeted evidenced based interventions for the most vulnerable children and their families in greatest need of support. — Promote healthy life styles ensuring health messages are embedded in all activities and services. — The Children's centre component of delivering the Early Help strategy and targeted families programme (phase 2 of the National Troubled Families Programme) will fulfil the core purpose whilst maximising opportunities for integrated delivery, management efficiencies and reducing duplication in meeting the overarching outcomes of the Early Help Strategy and the national Troubled families programme. The Integrated Early Help service is made up of early education and childcare, social services functions of the local authority relating to young children and prospective parents, health services related to young children and prospective parents, training and employment services to assist parents and prospective parents and information, advice and guidance for parents and prospective parents. Devon Context Devon currently has 41 Children Centre Services with individual contracts that are delivered through the voluntary and school sector. Currently based on 2014 population figures there are 38,145 children aged 0-4 years and 11 months in Devon. Based on the outcome of the recent county consultation the future procurement of Devon Children Centre Services will be aligned to district/city council boundaries. The procurement process will remain in line with current commissioning time scales. Below are the indicative contract start dates for the whole of Devon. — North Devon 1.5.2015 — Torridge 1.5.2015 Devon County Council's Early Years and Childcare Service commission the Children centre services, and are responsible for managing the Children's Centre contracts. They employ a staff team who monitor the contract and provide support and challenge to the service provider in order to identify parents, and those expecting a baby in their area who are unlikely to take advantage of Early Childhood services available, and encourage them to use them. Regular reviews on performance are held by the service in order to ensure improved outcomes for children and families are delivered.

REEF Building

UNIVERSITY OF EXETER | Published September 30, 2016  -  Deadline October 21, 2016
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45214000

The purpose of the project is to ensure that University of Exeter STEM education infrastructure in Cornwall can meet the demands of both the recent and proposed growth in student numbers and the requirements of research-led and industry-facing science education. In essence, it will enable the research model of multidisciplinary science to be realised in education and attract increased student recruitment. The Renewable Energy Engineering Facility is a facility where students can experience directly how the knowledge gained in lectures or the laboratory is applied to a number of clean energy technologies in a real-world facility. Elements of the facility may also be shared with other campus users. This new flagship facility will enable expansion of University of Exeter’s capacity at the Penryn Campus for individual and small group research projects and industrial networking and collab-oration. Users will the complete Renewable Energy teaching programmes including BSc Re-newable Energy and BEng/MEng Energy Engineering. The project has a maximum net construction value of £1.0m inclusive of Main Contractors OH&P and Preliminiaries.. The Building will achieve BREEAM excellent and incorporate best practice in design, maximising flexibility in the short term whilst providing adaptability in the long term, totalling a minimum of 267m2 GIFA. Currently the client’s consultancy team (Atkins/Faithful+Gould) have completed the design to the end of RIBA Stage 3 and will be retained by the client to act as Employers Agent, QS and Technical Advisors. The client has appointed other consultants to assist in the design notably MACH Acoustics (Acousticians) and Ecofirst (BREEAM assessors). Whilst MACH Acoustics will be retained by the client throughout the project it is now likely that Ecofirst commision will end at this stage and it will be for the contractor to appoint a BREEAM assessor to complete the process for RIBA Stage 4 through to completion. The successful contractor will be required to work col-laboratively with the client team to achieve the clients requirements. Further information about the University’s requirements can be found at Schedule 2: including the specification

CP1096-14 Framework Agreement for Relocatable/Mobile Classrooms — Design, Manufacture, Supply and In

Devon County Council | Published August 19, 2015
Winner
Wernick Buildings Ltd
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44211000, 45000000

This framework agreement is for the design, manufacture, supply and installation of relocatable classroom units at schools within Devon, Plymouth, Torbay, Somerset, Dorset, Poole and Bournemouth Council areas. It is possible that this framework agreement may be used by maintained schools, voluntary aided schools, foundation schools, trust schools, academies, free schools and studio schools that within the local education authority areas of the above. Any schools that operate independently of the local authority wishing to use the contract will require the express permission of Devon County Council to do so. It is the intention of Devon County Council that this framework agreement will be awarded for a period of 34 months to a single operator with a break clause that may be invoked at DCC's discretion to close the arrangement after 10 or 22 months in accordance with the terms and conditions set out in the invitation to tender. For the purposes of this framework agreement ‘relocatable classroom’ is a classroom constructed off-site in transportable modules for delivery and erection purposes with limited on site finishing being required. The classroom must be capable of being deconstructed on-site and transported in modules with the ability to be re-erected with limited reinstatement works being required. A module is defined as a section of the building constructed off-site with its own floor, walls and roof and designed in such as way as to facilitate erection and disassembly in a non-destructive manner. All classrooms provided under the framework are to be newly constructed in compliance with the specification, recycled, refurbished or second-hand units will not be considered or accepted.

CP1096-14 Framework Agreement for Relocatable/Mobile Classrooms — Design, Manufacture, Supply and Installation.

Devon County Council | Published August 19, 2015
Winner
Wernick Buildings Ltd
cpvs
44211000, 45000000

This framework agreement is for the design, manufacture, supply and installation of relocatable classroom units at schools within Devon, Plymouth, Torbay, Somerset, Dorset, Poole and Bournemouth Council areas. It is possible that this framework agreement may be used by maintained schools, voluntary aided schools, foundation schools, trust schools, academies, free schools and studio schools that within the local education authority areas of the above. Any schools that operate independently of the local authority wishing to use the contract will require the express permission of Devon County Council to do so. It is the intention of Devon County Council that this framework agreement will be awarded for a period of 34 months to a single operator with a break clause that may be invoked at DCC's discretion to close the arrangement after 10 or 22 months in accordance with the terms and conditions set out in the invitation to tender. For the purposes of this framework agreement ‘relocatable classroom’ is a classroom constructed off-site in transportable modules for delivery and erection purposes with limited on site finishing being required. The classroom must be capable of being deconstructed on-site and transported in modules with the ability to be re-erected with limited reinstatement works being required. A module is defined as a section of the building constructed off-site with its own floor, walls and roof and designed in such as way as to facilitate erection and disassembly in a non-destructive manner. All classrooms provided under the framework are to be newly constructed in compliance with the specification, recycled, refurbished or second-hand units will not be considered or accepted.