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Secondary education services

The Council of the Borough of Kirklees | Published February 28, 2017  -  Deadline April 7, 2017
cpvs
80200000

The Council of the Borough of Kirklees (the ‘contracting authority’) is seeking to secure appropriate alternative arrangements for the provision of education of up to 12 pupils (with some flexibility to accommodate additional places at an agreed rate if required) from Day 6 following a permanent exclusion in Key Stage 4 (‘KS4’), for a period of 2 academic years and with an option to extend for a period of up to 2 further academic years.

Day 6 provision must be fully inclusive and cover the areas defined in the Service Specification Framework in Section II.2.4 of this Notice below.

The successful economic operator shall provide education from the sixth day of exclusion for permanently excluded students in KS4 as notified by the contracting authority's Pupil Referral Service (‘PRS’).

The successful economic operator shall make suitable admission arrangements on notification by the contracting authority so that the contracting authority meet its Day 6 obligations.

The contracting authority is seeking to secure appropriate alternative arrangements for the provision of education of up to 12 pupils (with some flexibility to accommodate additional places at an agreed rate if required) from Day 6 following a permanent exclusion in KS4, for a period of 2 academic years and with an option to extend for a period of up to 2 further academic years.

Day 6 provision must be fully inclusive and cover the areas defined in the Service Specification Framework below:

Service Specification Framework

a. Provision/Curriculum:

— Clearly stated aims and objectives;

— a KS4 curriculum appropriate to the needs of the student which includes GCSEs and other relevant accreditation across a range of subjects and levels;

— a broader curriculum which engages the student back into learning;

— 25 hours of education per week, for up to 12 students (with the flexibility to accommodate additional places if required);

— assessment and consideration of the students' Social, emotional, mental health (‘SEMH’) needs as part of the curriculum, with opportunities for them to develop their skill and understanding;

— liaison with the receiving school at the end of the placement — to offer support and guidance in order to effect a successful transition; and

— staff with excellent communication skills who are experienced in working collaboratively with others for the best interests of the student.

b. Promoting and supporting services:

— Provision of a KS4 curriculum that covers core GCSE subjects at least and the option to study beyond these;

— a rigorous approach to safeguarding policies and practice;

— staff who are skilled in working with students with SEMH needs, and who are experienced in a multi-agency working approach;

— a timetable that encompasses a broad and balanced curriculum, including nurture and support for SEMH needs;

— staff who understand schools' systems and culture, and who can work collaboratively with school colleagues to promote a smooth transition for the student;

— the ability to transport, or arrange transport for students where necessary; and

— provision of a healthy lunch for all students in the middle of the school day.

c. Meeting learner needs:

— An assessment of each student's needs — unmet learning needs, triggers for behaviour, strategies and provision required to address these supporting the development of a plan to aid transition back to school;

— staff who are skilled and experienced in working with students with SEMH needs, and who understand the broader issues in relation to this cohort of students;

— staff with a strong knowledge of teaching pedagogy that supports students with SEMH needs; and

— a personalised ratio of staff to students who are responsive to individual need.

In addition:

— The successful economic operator shall provide education from the sixth day of exclusion for permanently excluded students in KS4 as notified by the contracting authority's PRS.

— The successful economic operator shall make suitable admission arrangements on notification by the contracting authority so that the contracting authority meet its Day 6 obligations.

— The successful economic operator shall either already be an Ofsted registered independent school or have begun the process of registration or be willing to register in the event of award of the contract.

— The successful economic operator shall provide full time education which supports GCSE and other appropriate KS4 accreditation.

— The successful economic operator shall work with the student and their family during their placement to identify triggers for their behaviour, any unmet learning needs, and strategies and provision to address these. An expected outcome is a detailed plan/ report for the student and the receiving school at the end of the placement.

For further details please see the Service Specification (File 3.0) within the procurement documentation (available to download at: https://www.yortender.co.uk/procontract/supplier.nsf)

KMCCL-032 The Delivery of Alternative Education Provision to Targeted groups in Kirklees

Kirklees Council | Published February 27, 2015  -  Deadline March 6, 2015
cpvs
80200000, 80210000, 80310000, 80340000

Kirklees Council invite you to submit a quotation for the Delivery of Alternative Education Provision to Targeted Groups in Kirklees.

We require a package that can be delivered to young people in a variety of settings that compliments the Partnerships current work around discernible groups and gangs.

The latest assessment from Police intelligence indicates some evidence of historic gang related activities although there is minimal evidence of current widespread gang activity at present.  The Kirklees Gang Strategy aims to develop current interventions and packages to ensure that a gang culture is not allowed to grow and develop as has been seen in other areas nationally. 

To do this we require a package that is interactive and can be delivered to targeted groups and individuals (including those involved in the criminal justice system) that highlights a number of safeguarding issues associated with gangs including knife crime, exploitation, domestic violence, internet safety and peer pressure, due to start in April 2015.

 

KMCCYP-113 - In Care Support Programme

Kirklees Council | Published May 10, 2016  -  Deadline June 6, 2016
cpvs
48600000, 80100000, 80200000, 85310000

The Council of the Borough of Kirklees’ Learning Service (the “Council”) are inviting quotations for the In Care Support Programme. (the “Programme”).

This Programme is to be delivered covering the school academic years in 2016/2017 and 2017/2018, a contract duration from 1st September 2016 to 31st August 2018.  The Council at its sole discretion may extend the contract period for a further two successive annual periods.

The In Care Support Programme (“ICSP”) Programme (the “Programme”) requires the provider to directly contact the schools/education providers that are attended by Kirklees Council’s looked after children, to support the Virtual School in meeting its statutory functions relating to education provision, attendance and performance. The programme requires daily calls to schools/education providers to ensure that issues are resolved promptly via daily dialogue between the provider and the school/education provider, the Virtual School, social workers and carers.  Kirklees Virtual School takes seriously it’s responsibility for safeguarding these often vulnerable children – the programme plays a key role in meeting this responsibility. 

We are inviting quotations to deliver the programme.


 

KMCCL-025 ‘People Powered Change’ a Community Capacity Building Programme

Kirklees Council | Published October 24, 2013  -  Deadline November 8, 2013
cpvs
80530000, 85320000, 85322000, 98000000

This invitation to quote is for the development and delivery of a six (6) month pilot project, aiming to begin at the beginning of December 2013, that develops the skills and confidence of long term NEET young people with the aim of progressing them into education and/or employment opportunities.

The 4 main areas of focus are:

i)          Develops the skills, confidence and capacity of long term NEET young people.

ii)         Aims to progress them into education and/or employment opportunities.

iii)        Tests out new approaches to working with NEETS

iv)        Establishes a robust evidence base, informing the development of a broader programme in the future.

 

Construction work for college buildings

Kirklees College | Published April 21, 2017
Winner
Kier Construction
cpvs
45214300

Design and Build of a new 3 storey further education building of 3 500 m2 and a construction and motor vehicle building of 1 000 m2 on a site of approximately 2.5 acres. Total construction value circa 8 900 000 GBP including professional fees, but excluding VAT. Target completion of both buildings is August 2017.

1 or 2-Stage procurement for a Design and Build contractor.

KMCPRP-034 — Dynamic Purchasing System for the Provision of Transport Services — August 2015.

The Council of the Borough of Kirklees | Published July 22, 2015  -  Deadline August 3, 2015
cpvs
60000000, 60120000, 60100000, 60112000, 60140000, 60172000, 60171000, 60170000, 60130000

Transport services (excl. Waste transport). Taxi services. Road transport services. Public road transport services. Non-scheduled passenger transport. Hire of buses and coaches with driver. Hire of passenger cars with driver. Hire of passenger transport vehicles with driver. Special-purpose road passenger-transport services. Hire of passenger transport vehicles with driver. Special-purpose road passenger-transport services. Dynamic Purchasing System for arranging home to school transport to schools and colleges for children and young people with disabilities, special education needs (SEN) and looked after children (LAC).

Dynamic Purchasing System for the Provision of Transport Services - April 2015.

The Council of the Borough of Kirklees | Published April 4, 2015  -  Deadline April 15, 2015
cpvs
60000000, 60120000, 60100000, 60112000, 60140000, 60172000, 60171000, 60170000, 60130000

Transport services (excl. Waste transport). Taxi services. Road transport services. Public road transport services. Non-scheduled passenger transport. Hire of buses and coaches with driver. Hire of passenger cars with driver. Hire of passenger transport vehicles with driver. Special-purpose road passenger-transport services. Dynamic Purchasing System for arranging home to school transport to schools and colleges for children with special education needs (SEN), making over 400 000 journeys yearly. In addition, the Council also arrange transport for Adults to attend local day centres.

KMCAS-070 Carers Information and Advice

Kirklees Council | Published December 13, 2012  -  Deadline February 4, 2013
cpvs
85310000

The Council wishes to purchase a quality Service to promote, support and improve the mental, physical and emotional well-being of adult carers in Kirklees, so they can continue in their caring role, look after their own health and well being and have a life of their own.  This will include providing information and advice; emotional / peer support; advocacy; a carers network; education and awareness; and hosting carers events and training.

The contract is due to start around 1 April 2013 and will be for 2 years with an option to be extended for up to a maximum of 2 years.

The Council will be making available a budget of up to £300,000 per year and are not expecting bids to exceed this amount.

 

External Audit Services

University of Huddersfield | Published July 27, 2016
Winner
Grant Thornton UK LLP
cpvs
79212100

Annual audit of the consolidated accounts of the University in accordance with the Higher Education Funding Council of England (HEFCE) Audit Code of Practice, including attendance at the University's Audit Committee to present the audit report and management letter and at other Audit Committee meetings during the year.

Annual audit of the wholly owned limited liability companies of the University in accordance with the Companies Acts.

The work will need to take place at a time suitable so that the University can meet its HEFCE and other statutory reporting requirements.

The contract will be for a period of 5 years commencing with the financial year ending 31.7.2017, subject to annual re-appointment at the University's Council meeting each November. In addition the University may consider extending this appointment for a further 2 years.

External Audit Services.

University of Huddersfield | Published March 16, 2016  -  Deadline April 15, 2016
cpvs
79212100

Annual audit of the consolidated accounts of the University in accordance with the Higher Education Funding Council of England (HEFCE) Audit Code of Practice, including attendance at the University's Audit Committee to present the audit report and management letter and at other Audit Committee meetings during the year.

Annual audit of the wholly owned limited liability companies of the University in accordance with the Companies Acts.

The work will need to take place at a time suitable so that the University can meet its HEFCE and other statutory reporting requirements.

The contract will be for a period of 5 years commencing with the financial year ending 31.7.2017, subject to annual re-appointment at the University's Council meeting each November. In addition the University may consider extending this appointment for a further 2 years.

KMCHS-183 — Framework Agreement for the Provision of Room Hire Facilities for Driver Training within West Yorkshire, 1.1.2016 To 31.8.2018.

The Council of the Borough of Kirklees | Published October 28, 2015
Winner
Training for Bradford Ltd T/A City Training Services
cpvs
55120000, 80520000, 80000000

Hotel meeting and conference services. Training facilities. Education and training services. Kirklees Council, on behalf of West Yorkshire Police, deliver driver improvement courses to members of the public who have been given the option to attend a course as an alternative to prosecution. The Council is looking to source venues from which to deliver the training courses. The Council wishes to establish a Framework Agreement with a maximum of 3 providers for each region (Lot): 1. Leeds — Lot 1, 2. Bradford — Lot 2, 3. Wakefield — Lot 3, and 4. Kirklees/Calderdale — Lot 4, with suitable venues to host driver improvement courses which will be procured from the Provider (s) from time to time as required. You can tender for 1 or more or all. There will be no limitation to number of Lots awarded to any 1 tenderer, based on lowest price.

KMCHS-183 — Framework Agreement for the Provision of Room Hire Facilities for Driver Training within

The Council of the Borough of Kirklees | Published October 28, 2015
Winner
Bradford Trident Limited, CGC Events Limited, Creative Media Centres Limited, Indian Muslim Welfare Society, Kirklees College, Training for Bradford Ltd T/A City Training Services
cpvs
55120000, 80520000, 80000000

Hotel meeting and conference services. Training facilities. Education and training services. Kirklees Council, on behalf of West Yorkshire Police, deliver driver improvement courses to members of the public who have been given the option to attend a course as an alternative to prosecution. The Council is looking to source venues from which to deliver the training courses. The Council wishes to establish a Framework Agreement with a maximum of 3 providers for each region (Lot): 1. Leeds — Lot 1, 2. Bradford — Lot 2, 3. Wakefield — Lot 3, and 4. Kirklees/Calderdale — Lot 4, with suitable venues to host driver improvement courses which will be procured from the Provider (s) from time to time as required. You can tender for 1 or more or all. There will be no limitation to number of Lots awarded to any 1 tenderer, based on lowest price.

KMCHS-183 — Framework agreement for the provision of room hire facilities for driver training within West Yorkshire, 1.1.2016 to 31.8.2018.

The Council of the Borough of Kirklees | Published July 11, 2015  -  Deadline August 17, 2015
cpvs
55120000, 80520000, 80000000

Hotel meeting and conference services. Training facilities. Education and training services. Kirklees Council, on behalf of West Yorkshire Police, deliver driver improvement courses to members of the public who have been given the option to attend a course as an alternative to prosecution. The Council is looking to source venues from which to deliver the training courses. The Council wishes to establish a framework Agreement with a maximum of 3 providers for each region (Lot), Leeds — Lot 1, Bradford — Lot 2, Wakefield — Lot 3, and Kirklees/Calderdale — Lot 4, with suitable venues to host driver improvement courses which will be procured from the Provider(s) from time to time as required. You can tender for 1 or more or all. There will be no limitation to number of Lots awarded to any one tenderer, based on lowest price.

KMCHS-183 — Framework agreement for the provision of room hire facilities for driver training within

The Council of the Borough of Kirklees | Published July 11, 2015  -  Deadline August 17, 2015
cpvs
55120000, 80520000, 80000000, 55120000, 80520000, 80000000, 55120000, 80520000, 80000000, 55120000, 80520000, 80000000, 55120000, 80520000, 80000000

Hotel meeting and conference services. Training facilities. Education and training services. Kirklees Council, on behalf of West Yorkshire Police, deliver driver improvement courses to members of the public who have been given the option to attend a course as an alternative to prosecution. The Council is looking to source venues from which to deliver the training courses. The Council wishes to establish a framework Agreement with a maximum of 3 providers for each region (Lot), Leeds — Lot 1, Bradford — Lot 2, Wakefield — Lot 3, and Kirklees/Calderdale — Lot 4, with suitable venues to host driver improvement courses which will be procured from the Provider(s) from time to time as required. You can tender for 1 or more or all. There will be no limitation to number of Lots awarded to any one tenderer, based on lowest price.

Contract for the Provision of Key Stage 4 Day 6 Services.

The Council of the Borough of Kirklees | Published May 30, 2017
cpvs
80200000

The Council of the Borough of Kirklees (the ‘contracting authority’) requires appropriate alternative arrangements for the provision of education of up to 12 pupils (with some flexibility to accommodate additional places at an agreed rate if required) from Day 6 following a permanent exclusion in Key Stage 4 (‘KS4’), for a period of 2 academic years and with an option to extend for a period of up to 2 further academic years. Day 6 provision must be fully inclusive and cover the areas defined in the Service Specification Framework in Section II.2.4 of this Notice below. The successful economic operator shall provide education from the sixth day of exclusion for permanently excluded students in KS4 as notified by the contracting authority's Pupil Referral Service (‘PRS’). The successful economic operator shall make suitable admission arrangements on notification by the contracting authority so that the contracting authority meet its Day 6 obligations. II.1.6) Information about lots This contract is divided into lots: No II.1.7) Total value of the procurement Value excluding VAT: 638 000.00 GBP II.2) Description II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 80200000 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKE43 Main site or place of performance: Kirklees. II.2.4) Description of the procurement The contracting authority requires appropriate alternative arrangements for the provision of education of up to 12 pupils (with some flexibility to accommodate additional places at an agreed rate if required) from Day 6 following a permanent exclusion in KS4, for a period of 2 academic years and with an option to extend for a period of up to 2 further academic years. Day 6 provision must be fully inclusive and cover the areas defined in the Service Specification Framework below: Service Specification Framework a. Provision/Curriculum: — Clearly stated aims and objectives; — a KS4 curriculum appropriate to the needs of the student which includes GCSEs and other relevant accreditation across a range of subjects and levels; — a broader curriculum which engages the student back into learning; — 25 hours of education per week, for up to 12 students (with the flexibility to accommodate additional places if required); — assessment and consideration of the students' Social, emotional, mental health (‘SEMH’) needs as part of the curriculum, with opportunities for them to develop their skill and understanding; — liaison with the receiving school at the end of the placement — to offer support and guidance in order to effect a successful transition; and — staff with excellent communication skills who are experienced in working collaboratively with others for the best interests of the student. b. Promoting and supporting services: — Provision of a KS4 curriculum that covers core GCSE subjects at least and the option to study beyond these; — a rigorous approach to safeguarding policies and practice; — staff who are skilled in working with students with SEMH needs, and who are experienced in a multi-agency working approach; — a timetable that encompasses a broad and balanced curriculum, including nurture and support for SEMH needs; — staff who understand schools' systems and culture, and who can work collaboratively with school colleagues to promote a smooth transition for the student; — the ability to transport, or arrange transport for students where necessary; and — provision of a healthy lunch for all students in the middle of the school day. c. Meeting learner needs: — An assessment of each student's needs — unmet learning needs, triggers for behaviour, strategies and provision required to address these supporting the development of a plan to aid transition back to school; — staff who are skilled and experienced in working with students with SEMH needs, and who understand the broader issues in relation to this cohort of students; — staff with a strong knowledge of teaching pedagogy that supports students with SEMH needs; and — a personalised ratio of staff to students who are responsive to individual need. In addition: — The successful economic operator shall provide education from the sixth day of exclusion for permanently excluded students in KS4 as notified by the contracting authority's PRS. — The successful economic operator shall make suitable admission arrangements on notification by the contracting authority so that the contracting authority meet its Day 6 obligations. — The successful economic operator shall either already be an Ofsted registered independent school or have begun the process of registration or be willing to register in the event of award of the contract. — The successful economic operator shall provide full time education which supports GCSE and other appropriate KS4 accreditation. — The successful economic operator shall work with the student and their family during their placement to identify triggers for their behaviour, any unmet learning needs, and strategies and provision to address these. An expected outcome is a detailed plan / report for the student and the receiving school at the end of the placement. II.2.5) Award criteria Quality criterion: Provision/ curriculum / Weighting: 30 % Quality criterion: Promotion and supporting services / Weighting: 25 % Quality criterion: Meeting learner needs / Weighting: 25 % Price / Weighting: 20 % II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No Section IV: Procedure IV.1) Description IV.1.1) Type of procedure Open procedure IV.1.8) Information about Government Procurement Agreement (GPA) The procurement is covered by the Government Procurement Agreement: Yes IV.2) Administrative information IV.2.1) Previous publication concerning this procedure Notice number in the OJ S: 2017/S 041-075042 Section V: Award of contract Title: Contract for the Provision of Key Stage 4 Day 6 Services A contract/lot is awarded: Yes V.2 Award of contract V.2.1) Date of conclusion of the contract 23/05/2017 V.2.2) Information about tenders Number of tenders received: 3 Number of tenders received from SMEs: 3 Number of tenders received from tenderers from other EU Member States: 0 Number of tenders received from tenderers from non-EU Member States: 0 Number of tenders received by electronic means: 3 The contract has been awarded to a group of economic operators: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Pivot Educational Consultancy Limited t/a Pivot Rawfolds Way, Spen Valley Industrial Estate Cleckheaton BD19 5LJ UK NUTS: UKE43 The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.4) Information on value of the contract/lot (excluding VAT) Initial estimated total value of the contract/lot: 640 000.00 GBP Total value of the contract/lot: 638 000.00 GBP V.2.5) Information about subcontracting Section VI: Complementary information VI.3) Additional information Any selection of economic operators was based solely on the criteria set out for the procurement, and the Contract awarded to the most economically advantageous tender. The contracting authority has made a decision not to break this contract into lots, because in the Council's reasonable opinion it would not be financially viable for the Council to sub-divide provision of the Service further than providing for the estimated twelve (12) day, six (6) provision places per annum. VI.4) Procedures for review VI.4.1) Review body High Court N/A UK VI.4.3) Review procedure Precise information on deadline(s) for review procedures: In accordance with Regulation 86 (Notices of decisions to award a contract or conclude a framework agreement), Regulation 87 (Standstill periods) and Chapter 6 (Applications to Court) of the Regulations, the contracting authority incorporated a minimum ten (10) calendar day standstill period at the point that information on the conclusion of the contract was communicated to economic operators. This period allowed any unsuccessful economic operator(s) to seek further debriefing from the contracting authority before the award of the contract to the successful economic operators. If an appeal regarding the award of the contract has not been successfully resolved, then the Regulations provide for aggrieved parties who have been harmed or are at risk of harm by a breach of the rules to take action in the High Court (England, Wales and Northern Ireland). Any such action must be started within thirty (30) days beginning with the date when the aggrieved party first knew or sought to have grounds for starting the proceedings had arisen. The Court may extend the time limited for starting proceedings where the Court considers that there is a good reason for doing so, but not so as to permit proceedings to be started more than three (3) months after that date. Where the contract has not been awarded, the Court may order the setting aside of the award decision or order the contracting authority to amend any document and may award damages. If however the contract has been awarded, the Court may only award damages or, where the contract award procedures have not been followed correctly, declare the contract to be ineffective. VI.5) Date of dispatch of this notice 25/05/2017 Information added to the notice since publication. Additional information added to the notice since it's publication. No further information has been uploaded. Main Contact: graham.crossley@kirklees.gov.uk Admin Contact: N/a Technical Contact: N/a Other Contact: N/a Commodity Categories Commodity Categories IDTitleParent Category 80200000Secondary education servicesEducation and training services Delivery Locations Delivery Locations IDDescription 100UK - All Alert Region Restrictions The buyer has restricted the alert for this notice to suppliers based in the following regions. Alert Region Restrictions There are no alert restrictions for this notice. Copyright © Sell2Wales Connect with us Email signup Subscribe to our email newsletter Subscribe Call us on 0800 222 9004 Accessibility| Privacy Policy & Cookies| Site map| Terms & Conditions| © Millstream Associates Limited 2017 //

KMCPRP-059 - Framework for Flat & Pitched Roofing Contractors

Kirklees Council | Published March 3, 2015  -  Deadline March 16, 2015
cpvs
44000000, 44110000, 44112400, 44112500, 45260000, 45261200, 45261210, 45261211, 45261212, 45261900, 45261910, 45261920

Kirklees Council have been carrying out a programme of reroofing of all their non housing stock for the past 30 years. The schemes have been traditionally tendered and until a few years ago procured through a framework agreement.

The Council have made a decision to form a new Framework as it is committed to ensuring its buildings are protected in the future and the clients it serves would see more continuity of works as well as value for money.

The scope of the work involved includes:

To reroof a mixture of pitched and flat roofs using a variety of new and reclaimed slates on pitched roofs and a 3 layer insulated felt system on the flat roofs.

The felt roof systems must include a 20 year insurance backed guarantee covering labour, materials and design.

The majority of works are carried out on non - housing properties which include Corporate Buildings, Leisure facilities and Education buildings.

It is estimated about £4m worth of roofing over the next four years will be required (ie £1m per year). It typically equates to up to 2/3 pitched and 1/3 flat roofing schemes.

Organisations interested in bidding for this project are advised to register their interest by no later than 16 March 2015

 

Kirklees Activities for Young Adult Mental Health

Kirklees Council | Published September 8, 2016  -  Deadline October 7, 2016
cpvs
75200000, 85000000, 85320000, 85322000, 85323000, 98133100

Community Partnerships is looking for community based projects which take innovative or radical approaches to supporting young adults aged 16-25 to improve their health and wellbeing with a particular focus on developing good mental health. We are looking for peer support projects which help young adults to develop their skills in self-care, enabling them to be independent, self-sufficient and resourceful so that they are able to confidently manage their needs and maximise their potential.

Proposals will need to recognise the distinct needs young adults have and place mental health support within the wider context of their lives including their physical health, relationships, education and employment. This opportunity will offer 12 months seed funding to get the project (s) off the ground.

Please read the proposal for full details in addition to the Investment Guidance document.

Initially an Expression of Interest form needs to be submitted by Friday 7th October 2016.  Community Partnerships will then inform you by 20th October 2016 if you have been invited to submit a full application which has a deadline of 18th November 2016 and a full decision on the funding will be made by 23rd January 2017.

Any queries should be directed to the Community Partnerships team on 01484 225142 or by email to community.partnerships@kirklees.gov.uk



 

Contract for the provision of Key Stage 4 Day 6 Services

Kirklees Council | Published March 1, 2017  -  Deadline April 7, 2017
cpvs
80200000

The contracting authority is seeking to secure appropriate alternative arrangements for the provision of education of up to 12 pupils (with some flexibility to accommodate additional places at an agreed rate if required) from Day 6 following a permanent exclusion in KS4. The contract is due to commence on 1st September 2017 and will continue for an initial contract period of two (2) years, up to 31st August 2019, with an option to extend for two (2) further twelve (12) month periods up to 31st August 2021. The maximum budget available for these services is one hundred and sixty thousand Pounds Sterling (£160,000) per annum. The services required are set out within the Tender Documents, available to access at https://www.yortender.co.uk/procontract/supplier.nsf

NHS Wakefield CCG Improving Access to Psychological Therapies Service

NHS Wakefield CCG | Published April 29, 2016
Winner
Turning Point (Services) Ltd
cpvs
85100000

General overview and objectives of service

The Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) is an NHS programme of talking therapy treatments recommended by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) which support front-line mental health services in common mental health disorders. (see http://www.iapt.nhs.uk/).

It was created to offer people a realistic and routine first-line treatment, combined where appropriate with medication, which traditionally had been the only treatment available.

The vision for Wakefield is to improve the Mental Health and psychological well-being of people in the District. To achieve this we need to:

Improve psychological well-being and support the prevention of mental health problems;

Invest in early intervention;

Promote self-management of mental health problems;

Focus on recovery;

Ensure services meet physical and mental health needs and no 1 falls through the gaps;

Ensure service user and carer participation in everything we do;

As such, the IAPT Service has an important role to play in delivering an integrated care pathway for people with common mental health disorders and should build on existing multi-agency partnerships with a variety of statutory, voluntary and private providers working collaboratively.

It is expected that a Lead Provider arrangement will be secured and that The Service will deliver the following outcomes:

A responsive service by ensuring at least 75 % of people begin their treatment within 2 weeks of referral.

An accessible service by delivering evidence based interventions to at least 6 800 people per annum.

A clinically effective service by ensuring that at least 50 % of people entering treatment move to recovery.

A productive service by helping at least 100 people return to work, access education or training or where appropriate find meaningful activity per annum.

A flexible service by ensuring a blended model of service delivery which incorporates the use of online services to deliver support and treatment.

Improved health and well-being through reducing stigma, increasing understanding of common mental health conditions and promoting the ability to self-care by providing self-directed support and recovery packages and self-help activities.

A patient centred service by offering patient choice of therapy, delivery method, location and therapist, appropriate to individual need.

A caring service demonstrated through patient feedback, friends and family test, complaints.

A safe service demonstrated through appropriate use of step up and down options, reported incidents and clinical audit.

NHS Bradford Districts CCG Pulmonary Rehabilitation Service

NHS South Yorkshire Procurement Service | Published May 16, 2016  -  Deadline May 31, 2016
cpvs
85100000

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is a chronic progressive lung condition. In 2014 there were 12,169 patients within Bradford, Airedale, Wharfedale and Craven registered as having COPD (QOF) with an overall prevalence of 2% (BDCCG 2.3%, BCCCG 1.1% and AWC 2%) higher than the national prevalence of 1.8%. The expected prevalence in Bradford and Airedale is expected to rise to 4.5% by 2020. The Department of Health’s costing model for Pulmonary Rehabilitation (PR) services estimates that there will be 100 new case of COPD for every 100,000 population per year. This equates to 581 new diagnosis of COPD each year in B&AWC of which 28% (MRC 3-5) meet referral criteria for PR (162 patients per year) The service will provide pulmonary rehabilitation in a variety of community settings, group work programmes will incorporate physical training, disease education, nutritional, psychological and behavioural intervention whilst promoting self-care at all times. Objectives • to promote and embed pulmonary rehabilitation as an essential component in the management of patients with COPD and other chronic respiratory conditions • to improve the understanding amongst health professionals of which patients will benefit and should be referred to pulmonary rehabilitation • to improve access to pulmonary rehabilitation for eligible patients • to provide a cost effective, quality assured pulmonary rehabilitation programme that meets the patient’s needs • to provide proactive and flexible maintenance classes • To ensure users of the service have a positive experience All provisions of this service will be expected to meet and comply with NHS standards for IT Governance, Data Protection, security of general and personal information, data and records held and processed and transmitted (via and over all mediums). The successful provider will be required to sign the NHS Standard Contract for the service and accept all terms and conditions. Potential Providers are asked to please note the Following: Service specifications, Standard NHS Contract and the electronic application form can be found online at www.nhssourcing.co.uk. Applications will be received until 15/06/2016 12:00 Applicants are advised to review the service conditions and general conditions for the NHS standard contract before making their applications, these can be found at the following link: https://www.england.nhs.uk/nhs-standard-contract/16-17/ If applicants are asked clarification questions during the evaluation stage they will have 48 hours to respond. The contract will last for 3 years plus two potential 1 year extensions.