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GB-UK: The Upgraded Education Programme for New ESCIT Team Recruits - Consultancy Competency

Ministry of Defence, | Published October 29, 2015  -  Deadline November 12, 2015
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1.There is a need to deliver an upgraded education package for new Equipment Support Continuous Improvement Team (ESCIT) recruits. ESCIT is a DE&S internal consultancy group specialising in Support Systems Engineering. 2.It consists of 2 Delivery Phases, Directed Learning (S1) & Coaching through simulation (S2) 3.The Programme uses Management Consultancy competences below: a.Client Focus b.Building/Sustaining Relationships c.Applying Expertise/Knowledge d.Achieving Sustainable Results e.Market Capability/Knowledge 4.To enable the necessary upgrade for the programme requires an opportunity to practise hard & soft skills to situational leadership S2 (Coaching & Simulation) standards in a challenging & safe training environment. 5.Delivery Phases require: i.Directed Learning (S1) Delivery of a Level 5 directed learning programme accredited with CMI & IC.Suitable assessment of delegates for award of CMI Level 5 Certificate in Professional Consulting (QCF).(CMI Code 5C26. Qual ref number 600/4448/2) ii.Coaching through simulation (S2) Delivery of 3 live simulation events: a.Foundations of Consultative Communication.b.Managing/Influencing the Client Relationship.c.Final Simulation/Skills Practice. Delivered by suitably qualified & experienced personnel to practise hard & soft skills to situational leadership S2 (Coaching & Simulation) standards in a challenging yet safe training environment. Formal Observation & individual coaching feedback by suitably qualified & experienced personnel for all delegates covering all Management Consultancy competences. 6.Education package to 9 ESCIT recruits & cater for other client personal loaned for specific tasks. 7.Delivery package to include a programme review activity to confirm the effectiveness of the delivery design. 8.Reviews to be complete 31 Mar 16. 9.E of I's are sought from companies demonstrating previous capability in the delivery of combined S1/S2 training packages. Responses to demonstrate this proven capability. Responses that fail to provide sufficient evidence will not be invited to tender. Documents attached are a copy of what would be issued at ITT & are subject to change.Suppliers must read this set of instructions/follow the process to respond to this opportunity. The info/documents for this opportunity are available on http://www.contracts.mod.uk/delta. You must register on this site to respond, if you are already registered you will not need to register again, simply use your existing username and password. Please note there is a password reminder link on the homepage.Suppliers must log in go to your Response Manager & add Access Code: A95W65T5Z6. Deadline for submitting your response is 12/11/15 00:00. Ensure you allow yourself time when responding to this invite prior to closing date/time esp if you have been asked to upload documents.Any problems refer to online FAQ's or User Guides or contact MOD DCO Helpdesk email - support@contracts.mod.uk or call 0800 282 324

DEPARTMENT FOR EDUCATION SUPPLIER OPEN DAY TECHNOLOGY FIT FOR THE FUTURE: MODERNISATION PROGRAMME

DEPARTMENT FOR EDUCATION | Published October 30, 2015
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DESCRIPTION DFE IT Group has embarked upon a Modernisation Programme, “Technology Fit for the Future”. The aim of the Programme is to transform the IT offering within the Department over the next 18 months, from a static infrastructure model, to a cloud-based, modern and efficient environment that will fully meet the Department’s current and future needs by being flexible, cost effective and secure. The programme will: • Deliver a new Cloud hosting solution prior to a planned change of head office location. • Deploy new tools and devices to enhance productivity and flexibility of the DfE workforce. • Migrate and modernise line of business applications, to improve efficiency and to reduce costs. • Enable the DfE to embrace the new ways of working provided by new functionality. OBJECT OF THE EVENT We would like to invite interested suppliers to join us to take part in a Supplier Day. The supplier day is an open house event. We will provide you with further information about our current proposals; the business drivers and our approach to procurement. We would hope to talk openly about how we best engage third-party suppliers to develop effective working partnerships. There will also be an opportunity to discuss future steps, the “what next?” after our current programme completes by March 2017. DATE AND VENUE OF SUPPLIER OPEN DAY Monday 23rd November, 1:30 - 4:30pm at Mary Sumner House, 24 Tufton Street, Westminster, London, SW1P 3RB http://muenterprises.org/conference/location/ CONFIRMATION OF ATTENDANCE Please confirm attendance to Donna.YEOMANS@education.gsi.gov.uk An agenda will be sent to confirmed attendees.

Test Operations Services (TOpS)

DEPARTMENT FOR EDUCATION | Published October 21, 2015  -  Deadline December 4, 2015
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The STA was set-up as an executive agency of the Department for Education (DfE) in October 2011. The purpose of the STA is to develop and administer National Curriculum Assessments (NCAs) and assessments in England as part of the government’s agenda to raise educational standards through structural change, school improvement strategies, and a rigorous accountability framework where tests in the core subjects, currently at the end of Year 6 form an important measure of children’s long-term education and life chances. The outcomes of the NCAs are published annually at an individual school level in the School Performance Tables by government and are an important factor in parental choice of schools. The current NCAs are Key Stage 1 (“KS1”) and Key Stage 2 (“KS2”) tests in the core subjects of English and Mathematics, and the KS1 Phonics Screening Check (“PSC”). The tests are sat by the full cohort of pupils, currently 580,593 in 15,500 state schools in England. The successful economic operator will be required to undertake activities required for the successful delivery of all NCAs. This will include: printing; the logistics associated with securely delivering test papers and other materials to participating schools; collecting and distributing tests scripts to markers; the successful completion of onscreen marking of the NCAs within a defined time frame; and to deliver all support required by participating schools for their successful administration of the NCAs. See 'Attachments' for the full version of the advert.

GRANT PROPOSALS TO IMPROVE THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH TO STUDENTS AGED 16 TO 19

DEPARTMENT FOR EDUCATION | Published October 23, 2015  -  Deadline November 19, 2015
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PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS A GRANT AND NOT A CONTRACT. These grants will provide funding to support enhanced collaboration between 16-19 providers (including FE colleges, Sixth Form colleges, schools, academies, apprenticeship providers and independent providers) to secure improvement in the teaching of English language to 16-19 year olds in further education settings who do not hold A*-C GCSE English. The objectives of these grants are: i. To share successful pedagogical approaches and strategies concerning the teaching of English across two or more 16-19 providers. ii. To catalyse collaborative working between 16-19 providers to improve English outcomes, particularly with regard to GCSE courses. iii. To support the development of a new cadre of specialist FE English teachers through professional networks operating at a local, city or regional level. We will make funds available to 16-19 providers that are committed to working with other providers to secure and sustain improvements in English, and propose suitable methods of facilitating this shared learning, so that less experienced institutions can benefit.

GRANT PROPOSALS TO IMPROVE THE TEACHING OF MATHS TO STUDENTS AGED 16 TO 19

DEPARTMENT FOR EDUCATION | Published October 23, 2015  -  Deadline November 19, 2015
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PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS A GRANT AND NOT A CONTRACT. These grants will provide funding to support enhanced collaboration between 16-19 providers (including FE colleges, Sixth Form colleges, schools, academies, apprenticeship providers and independent providers) to secure improvement in the teaching of maths to 16-19 year olds in further education settings who do not hold A*-C GCSE maths. The objectives of these grants are: i. To share successful pedagogical approaches and strategies concerning the teaching of maths across two or more 16-19 providers. ii. To catalyse and sustain collaborative working between 16-19 providers to improve maths outcomes, particularly with regard to GCSE courses. iii. To support the development of a new cadre of specialist FE maths teachers through professional networks operating at a local, city or regional level. We will make funds available to 16-19 providers that are committed to working with other providers to secure and sustain improvements in maths, and propose suitable methods of facilitating this shared learning, so that less experienced institutions can benefit.

The Teaching Line and associated services

DEPARTMENT FOR EDUCATION | Published November 4, 2015
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The National College for Teaching and Leadership (NCTL), an executive agency of the Department for Education, anticipates that, in early 2016, it will look to commence a procurement exercise for delivery of an advisory service currently called the Get into Teaching Line to support the delivery of the annual national teacher recruitment targets. The main purpose of the service is convert candidates’ interest in teaching to a successful application to Initial Teacher Training. It also supports those that are already qualified but not currently teaching into teaching posts. The service is expected to include: • a contact centre that manages inbound, outbound, webchat and social media enquiries; • a data collection and reporting facility that enables NCTL to record and track progress of individuals expressing an interest in a teaching career or returning to the profession; • a dedicated one to one advisory service to provide additional support for candidates in priority subjects; • support to enable candidates to gain school experience to support their application in priority subjects; • a tailored CRM programme of candidate support emails. There may also be additional requirements such as providing guidance on procedures for schools who are looking to apply for Teaching School status and teachers who are looking to apply for System Leader designations. The contract will be required to be flexible in order to meet the changing requirements and priorities of government over the contract term. It is anticipated that a new contract will be awarded in June 2016. The provider will be expected to start full service delivery from September 2016. Please note that NCTL has an existing contract in place to manage the delivery of this service up to the end of August 2016 and therefore service delivery prior to this date will not be part of the requirement. The expected annual value of the contract is between £3,000,000 and £4,000,000 per annum excluding VAT. The term of the contract is expected to be 3 years with options to extend. This PIN is to instigate an Early Market Engagement exercise to help NCTL: o Assess capability of the market to deliver the requirements. o Assess the capacity of the market to deliver the requirements. o Explore new ways to deliver that offer best value for money. o Explore opportunities for SMEs to be involved in delivery of this work.
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