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Tobacco Education for Hull Yr 6 Students

Hull City Council | Published November 5, 2015  -  Deadline November 20, 2015
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80000000, 80100000, 80561000, 85000000

The Hull City Council is seeking suitably qualified and experienced providers to deliver Tobacco Education for Hull year 6 Students within primary schools identified by Hull City Council.

The overall aim of the initiative is to equip year 6 children with the knowledge and confidence to choose to be smokefree and influence those around them.

The service provider will offer an intervention that is entertaining, factual and interactive, tailored to meet the needs of year 6 students and children with special needs.

Pre and post intervention evaluation will be completed in collaboration with Hull City Council

The contract will commence 5 January 2016 for a period of 12 months ending 4 January 2017. No extensions will be granted to this contract.

 

Education and Engagement Specialist

Kingston Upon Hull City Council | Published May 15, 2017  -  Deadline February 13, 2017
Winner
Hull Culture & Leisure Limited
cpvs
92000000

Award of contract for the freelance heritage education and engagement specialist(s) to deliver a multi-faceted programme of activities crucial to the Curious Collections project.

Education and training services

NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group | Published January 25, 2017  -  Deadline February 20, 2017
cpvs
80000000, 85000000

NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group and Kingston upon Hull City Council, are seeking to jointly commission a Social Prescribing Service through an open procurement process. The preferred Bidder will be required to demonstrate how they will deliver services in an environment of transforming health care provision as outlined in the NHS 5 Year Forward View and Hull 2020 Programme.

NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group (hereafter the Contracting Authority) and Kingston upon Hull City Council, are seeking to jointly commission a Social Prescribing Service through an open procurement process. The preferred Bidder will be required to demonstrate how they will deliver services in an environment of transforming health care provision as outlined in the NHS Five Year Forward View and Hull 2020 Programme.

The 5 Year Forward View (FYFV, NHS England, 2014) specifically highlighted the need for new approaches to health care provision that utilise and combine with community assets. The Social Prescribing model fits with the NHS FYFV and provides an effective means to address these support factors.

Improving the health of the poorest fastest by addressing inequalities in health is a key strategic aim for NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and is a principle within the Hull Health and Wellbeing Strategy. The role of broader social and economic factors in achieving this is acknowledged and primary care is a key access point for this wider support.

The service will be required to:

— Provide 1-to-1 sessions with Wellbeing Co-ordinators (WBC) for people referred to the service. These sessions will use solution focused conversation to build upon people's strengths, promote their independence, and provide further targeted support where appropriate;

— Provide support to: Help the person identify and access appropriate information and advice, develop and improve family connections, relevant and appropriate informal neighbourhood relationships, and develop connectedness to local community groups and organisations. Welfare advice needs will also be specifically addressed;

— Provide general welfare advice covering a wide range of issues, including debt, welfare benefits, employment, family, housing, immigration and asylum, etc.

The provision of support and maintenance for an Education management System

Kingston upon Hull City Council | Published April 27, 2016
Winner
Capita Business Services Limited, t/a Capita Children's Services
cpvs
48000000

Kingston upon Hull City Council intends to contract with Capita Business Services Limited, t/a Capita Children's Services for an extension to it's existing support and maintenance agreement for a period of 5 years from 1.4.2016 to 31.3.2021.

The Council has published this VEAT notice and intends to award a contract to Capita Business Services Limited, t/a Capita Children's Services following the expiry of 10 full calendar days after the expiry of this notice.

The provision of support and maintenance for an Education management System

Kingston upon Hull City Council | Published April 27, 2016
Winner
Capita Business Services Limited, t/a Capita Children's Services
cpvs
48000000

Kingston upon Hull City Council intends to contract with Capita Business Services Limited, t/a Capita Children's Services for an extension to it's existing support and maintenance agreement for a period of 5 years from 1.4.2016 to 31.3.2021.

The Council has published this VEAT notice and intends to award a contract to Capita Business Services Limited, t/a Capita Children's Services following the expiry of 10 full calendar days after the expiry of this notice.

Humber Gold Standard for Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CIAG)

Hull City Council | Published May 7, 2015  -  Deadline May 29, 2015
cpvs
80000000

The Humber LEP, working in partnership with key stakeholders, requires an organisation to manage its service for the provision of the Gold Standard across the Humber sub-region. The contract will be awarded for a period of one year, the maximum value of the contract is £45,000 inclusive of fees and expenses. As part of the service, the successful organisation will be expected to:

 

·         To receive referrals from registered institutions via the Humber LEP

·         Conduct an initial individualised consultation with each institution to assess their support requirements to enable them to achieve the Gold Standard

·         Support institutions to complete a rigorous self-assessment and action plan, included in the Gold Standard specification

·         Provide up to five hours of support per institution, as deemed necessary, within the terms of this quotation

·         Deliver additional support as agreed with the institution and the Humber LEP. An hourly rate to be paid by the Institution to the successful organisation will be agreed in advance and approved by the Humber LEP.

·         Working with designated employer representatives, undertake assessment of institutions against the Gold Standard criteria

·         Recommend and submit for approval accreditation claims to the Humber LEP Employment and Skills Board

·         Provide a feedback report to the Humber LEP and each institution on the outcome of assessments against the Gold Standard criteria

·         Undertake reassessment with institutions which fail to meet the required standard on the first occasion. The successful organisation will receive a fee agreed with the Humber LEP

·         Working with existing CEIAG networks, provide a series of Gold Standard good practice events based on the Gold Standard thematic modules

·         Consolidate good practice established through support and assessment activities, and communicate this on a quarterly basis to the Humber LEP

·         Working with the Humber LEP, contribute to an annual CEIAG event promoting good practice and sharing resources.

 

 

Special Educational Needs, Disability and LAC Services

Hull City Council | Published August 26, 2016  -  Deadline September 23, 2016
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80000000, 85000000, 98000000

Hull City Council (HCC) is seeking suitably qualified and experienced providers to deliver a range of services for children with special educational needs or a disability and for children who are looked after by the Local Authority.

 The contract will commence on 1 January 2017 and will run for 3 years, with an option to extend for a further 12 months. The contract will be divided into the following lots;

 ·         Special Education Needs and Disability Information, Advice and Support Service (SENDIASS) - for young people with Special Educational Needs or disabilities, for whom the Local Authority is responsible, providing a range of information and advice about education, health and social care.

·         Independent Visitors Service - a service which provides Independent Visitors who can visit, befriend and advise and help protect children and young people in the looked after system.  Under the Children Act 1989 every looked after child has the right to an independent visitor.

·         Advocacy Service – a service that promotes the rights of disabled children and young people who are looked after by the Local Authority or who receive over-night short breaks.

 In addition to delivering services for children with special educational needs or a disability and for children who are looked after by the local authority, we are seeking a provider who is able to deliver significant social value benefits for the city.

 These services are being tendered using a Competitive Procedure with Negotiation (CPN).  Hull City Council reserves the right to accept initial tenders without any further negotiation.  Hull City Council also reserves the right to undertake multiple rounds of negotiation, if required, and to reduce the number of operators involved through those rounds of negotiation.

 

 

Market Engagement - Special Educational Needs, Disability and LAC Services

Hull City Council | Published May 6, 2016  -  Deadline May 16, 2016
cpvs
85000000

Hull City Council (HCC) is seeking suitably qualified and experienced providers to deliver a range of services for children with special educational needs or a disability and for children who are looked after by the Local Authority. 

The contract will run for 3 years, with an option to extend for a further 12 months. The contract will be divided into the following lots; 

  • Special Education Needs and Disability Information, Advice and Support Service (SENDIASS) - for young people with Special Educational Needs or disabilities, for whom HCC is responsible, providing a range of information and advice about education, health and social care.

  • Advocacy Service – a service that promotes the rights of disabled children and young people who are looked after by the local authority or who receive over-night short breaks.

  • Independent Visitors Service -  a service which provides Independent Visitors who can visit, befriend and advise and help protect children and young people in the looked after system.  Under the Children Act 1989 every looked after child has the right to an independent visitor. 

It is our intention to tender these contracts in the coming weeks, with a view to the contract commencing on 1 November 2016. 

We are now seeking feedback from potential providers regarding our draft proposals, which are attached to this notice.  A questionnaire has also been attached in order to give providers an opportunity to respond to our questions in confidence.  Feedback from providers will be used to shape and inform our final specification. 

Responses to this questionnaire must be submitted by 10am on Monday 16 May 2016.  Responses should be uploaded onto YORtender or emailed direct to Richard Skog, at the following email address;  Richard.Skog@hullcc.gov.uk

 

 

Special Educational Needs, Disability and LAC Services

Hull City Council | Published September 2, 2016  -  Deadline October 7, 2016
cpvs
80000000, 85000000, 98000000

Hull City Council (HCC) is seeking suitably qualified and experienced providers to deliver a range of services for children with special educational needs or a disability and for children who are looked after by the Local Authority.

(PLEASE NOTE: This tender replaces a previous version of the tender for Special Educational Needs, Disability and LAC services (YORtender reference AD4F-TFPV4G) which was initially published on 26 August 2016.  Due to problems with the initial tender publication, any bidder who expressed interest in bidding for the original contract(s) should re-register their interest in this revised tender, in order to access the tender documents.  The revised closing date for submitting your response to this tender is 7 October 2016.)

The contract will commence on 1 February 2017 and will run for 3 years, with an option to extend for a further 12 months. The contract will be divided into the following lots;

·         Special Education Needs and Disability Information, Advice and Support Service (SENDIASS) - for young people with Special Educational Needs or disabilities, for whom the Local Authority is responsible, providing a range of information and advice about education, health and social care.

·         Independent Visitors Service - a service which provides Independent Visitors who can visit, befriend and advise and help protect children and young people in the looked after system.  Under the Children Act 1989 every looked after child has the right to an independent visitor.

·         Advocacy Service – a service that promotes the rights of disabled children and young people who are looked after by the Local Authority or who receive over-night short breaks.

 In addition to delivering services for children with special educational needs or a disability and for children who are looked after by the local authority, we are seeking a provider who is able to deliver significant social value benefits for the city.


These services are being tendered using a Competitive Procedure with Negotiation (CPN).  Hull City Council reserves the right to accept initial tenders without any further negotiation.  Hull City Council also reserves the right to undertake multiple rounds of negotiation, if required, and to reduce the number of operators involved through those rounds of negotiation.

 

 

National Framework Agreement for the Supply of Cleaning and Janitorial Products 2.

Humberside Fire and Rescue (HFRS) and HFR Solutions CIC (HFR CIC) | Published June 18, 2015
Winner
Arco limited, Arrow County Supplies, AUK Supplies, Bunzl Cleaning and Hygiene Supplies, Lyreco, KH Packaging, PHS Direct, Arco Limited, Bunzl Catering Supplies, Bunzl Cleaning & Hygiene Supplies, Frillo, Zenith Hygiene Group PLC, Needlers, AUK, MK Floortec Services
cpvs
39830000, 24000000, 24960000, 39800000, 39525800

Humberside Fire and Rescue Service is wishing to appoint a minimum of 3 suppliers per lot area to a National framework agreement for the Supply of Cleaning and Janitorial Products to service the needs of all Public Sector Bodies, including but not limited to; Fire and Rescue Service, Police, NHS, school governing bodies; voluntary aided schools; voluntary controlled schools; Diocesan and other relevant faith authorities; academies and academy trusts, free schools and UTCs; foundation Schools; trust Schools, City technology colleges, further education colleges and sixth form colleges (and any statutory successors and organisations created as a result of re-organisation or organisational change).

National framework agreement for the supply of cleaning and janitorial products.

Humberside Fire and Rescue (HFRS) and HFR Solutions CIC (HFR CIC) | Published December 2, 2014  -  Deadline January 9, 2015
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39830000, 24000000, 24960000, 39800000, 39525800, 24000000, 39830000, 39800000, 39831000, 39831100, 39831200, 39831240, 39831300, 39831400, 39831500, 39831600, 39831700, 39833000, 39224000, 39224200, 39224310, 18424000, 18424300, 18141000, 39224320, 39224330, 39224350, 39830000, 39831220, 39831230, 39831000, 39831200, 39831250, 39832000, 39832100, 33760000, 33761000, 33762000, 33763000, 33771000, 39514400, 39713430, 39713431, 42999000, 42999100, 42999300, 39713420, 39713410, 39713400

Humberside Fire and Rescue Service is wishing to appoint a minimum of 3 suppliers per lot area to a National framework agreement for the Supply of Cleaning and Janitorial Products to service the needs of all Public Sector Bodies, including but not limited to; Fire and Rescue Service, Police, NHS, school governing bodies; voluntary aided schools; voluntary controlled schools; Diocesan and other relevant faith authorities; academies and academy trusts, free schools and UTCs; foundation Schools; trust Schools, City technology colleges, further education colleges and sixth form colleges (and any statutory successors and organisations created as a result of re-organisation or organisational change).

National framework agreement for the supply of cleaning and janitorial products 2.

Humberside Fire and Rescue Service | Published February 21, 2015  -  Deadline March 30, 2015
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39713430, 39713431, 42999000, 42999100, 42999300, 39713420, 39713410, 39713400

Humberside Fire and Rescue Service is wishing to appoint a minimum of 3 suppliers per lot area to a National framework agreement for the Supply of Cleaning and Janitorial Products to service the needs of all Public Sector Bodies, including but not limited to; Fire and Rescue Service, Police, NHS, school governing bodies; voluntary aided schools; voluntary controlled schools; Diocesan and other relevant faith authorities; academies and academy trusts, free schools and UTCs; foundation Schools; trust Schools, City technology colleges, further education colleges and sixth form colleges (and any statutory successors and organisations created as a result of re-organisation or organisational change).

Other community, social and personal services

Kingston upon Hull City Council | Published February 9, 2017
Winner
Kids (Kids Yorkshire and Humber)
cpvs
98000000

Hull City Council tendered a contract seeking suitably qualified and experienced providers to deliver a range of services for children with special educational needs or a disability and for children who are looked after by the Local Authority. The commenced 1.1.2017 and will run for 3 years, with an option to extend for a further months. The contract is divided divided into the following lots:

1. Special Education Needs and Disability Information, Advice and Support Service (SENDIASS).

2. Advocacy Service — a service that promotes the rights of disabled children and young people who are looked after by the Local Authority or who receive over-night short breaks.

3. Independent Visitors Service — a service which provides Independent Visitors who can visit, befriend and advise.

Sensory Rooms - Ysgol Plas Brondyffryn

Denbighshire County Council | Published May 2, 2016  -  Deadline June 17, 2016
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Ysgol Plas Brondyffryn is a Local Authority Residential Special School maintained by Denbighshire Education Authority. The school specialises in meeting the needs of children/young people with Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC) and associated specific learning difficulties aged 3-19 years. As a Regional school, Ysgol Plas Brondyffryn welcomes children/young people from across North Wales and the closer counties of England. The school is seeking to establish a contract for the purchase, installation and support of interactive sensory / immersive environments for three of our sites (potentially four sites – this is dependent upon funding in the next financial year). The closing date for this tender is 17th June 2016 at 3pm. Please note that the site visit must take place during this period.

Training in the Person-centred, Outcomes-focused Approach

Hull City Council | Published December 9, 2014  -  Deadline December 23, 2014
cpvs
80500000, 80511000, 85300000

Hull City Council are inviting qualified training providers to provide a quotation for Training in the Person-Centred, Outcomes-Focused Approach. The contract will be delivered between 2 February 2015 to 30 June 2015.

The aim of the service is to provide an experienced trainer to provide training for 100-125 practitioners from Health, Social Care and Education in person centred, outcome focused approaches. It would also train 20-25 key Local Authority professionals in facilitating person-centred, outcomes focused meetings. To ensure that the full workforce is trained and future practitioners are able to receive the same training, 4 key practitioners will be accredited to deliver the training in the future. The sessions should be delivered in appropriate venues across Hull (as identified and arranged by Hull’s 0-25 Integrated SEND Team).

 

The maximum budget available for this contract is £11,000.

 

Taxi & Small Bus Service Part 2

Hull City Council | Published June 24, 2013  -  Deadline August 5, 2013
cpvs
60120000, 60140000, 60170000

Kingston upon Hull City Council is seeking providers to supply & deliver transport services for Education, Social Care and officers of the Council.

Hull City Council intends to establish a contract for the provision of its Transport Services with suitably qualified operators of Private Hire, Hackney Carriage and PSV/PCV vehicles.

The requirements cover the transporting of:

Pupils and passenger assistants (where applicable) to schools/colleges and either back home again, or to other designated points.

Social Care clients (both adults and children) to various locations, and Council Officers to various locations.

The routes and destinations for this transport provision may be within the boundaries of Hull but may also be to and from locations outside of the Authority’s geographical boundaries.

 No guarantee can be provided to the successful tenderer(s) of the amount of business to be placed during the continuance of the contract.

 

Road transport services

Kingston upon Hull City Council | Published May 26, 2017
Winner
Travel Master Hull
cpvs
60100000, 60120000

This tender was via a DPS. Kingston upon Hull City Council sought providers to supply and deliver transport services for Education and Social Care. The Authority established a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) for the provision of its Transport Services with suitably qualified operators of Private Hire, Hackney Carriage and PSV/PCV vehicles. The Authority will enter into Contract(s) for periods of 2 to 4 years, dependant on the category of vehicle, with options to extend up to 12 months. Such extensions will be at the discretion of the Authority and subject to satisfactory performance. Lots and individual routes were tendered. Only organisations on the Taxi and Small Bus Services DPS were invited to tender. The Authority tended 59 standalone routes (including Bransholme Area, North Hull Area, East Hull Area and West Hull Area Ad Hoc contracts) and 11 lots (containing grouped routes).

Taxi and Small Bus Service 2015.

Hull City Council | Published July 25, 2015
Winner
Kingstone Cabs Hull Taxis Limited
cpvs
60120000, 60170000, 60140000

Kingston upon Hull City Council is seeking providers to supply and deliver transport services for education and social care. Hull City Council intends to establish a framework for the provision of its transport services with suitably qualified operators of Private Hire, Hackney Carriage and PSV/PCV vehicles. Hull City Council will be re-tendering 18 routes, broken down into 8 lots. Tenderers can bid for 1 or more of the lots. Bids for individual routes will not be accepted. The requirements cover the transporting of: — Pupils and passenger assistants (where applicable) to schools/colleges and either back home again or to other designated points, — Social care clients (both adults and children) to various locations. The routes and destinations for this transport provision may be within the boundaries of Hull but may also be to and from locations outside of the Authority's geographical boundaries. The framework will run between 1.9.2015 and end 31.8.2017. No extensions will be granted to this framework. No guarantee can be provided to the successful tenderer (s) of the amount of business to be placed during the continuance of the framework. Under this contract the Supplier will be required to actively contribute to the achievement of social objectives. These include: skills development; employment and training opportunities within the locality of where the contract will be delivered; and other added value initiatives throughout the supply chain to support community programmes promoted by the council.

Taxi & Small Bus Service 2015.

Hull City Council | Published February 28, 2015  -  Deadline April 7, 2015
cpvs
60120000, 60140000, 60170000

Kingston upon Hull City Council is seeking providers to supply & deliver transport services for Education and Social Care. Hull City Council intends to establish a framework for the provision of its Transport Services with suitably qualified operators of Private Hire, Hackney Carriage and PSV/PCV vehicles. Hull City Council will be re tendering 18 routes, broken down into 8 lots. Tenderers can bid for 1 or more of the lots. Bids for individual routes will not be accepted. The requirements cover the transporting of: Pupils and passenger assistants (where applicable) to schools/colleges and either back home again,or to other designated points. Social care clients (both adults and children) to various locations. The routes and destinations for this transport provision may be within the boundaries of Hull but may also be to and from locations outside of the Authority's geographical boundaries. The Framework will run between 1.9.2015 and end 31.8.2017. No extensions will be granted to this Framework. No guarantee can be provided to the successful tenderer(s) of the amount of business to be placed during the continuance of the framework. Under this contract the Supplier will be required to actively contribute to the achievement of social objectives. These include: skills development; employment and training opportunities within the locality of where the contract will be delivered; and other added value initiatives throughout the supply chain to support community programmes promoted by the council.

Taxi & Small Bus Service 2015.

Hull City Council | Published February 28, 2015  -  Deadline April 7, 2015
cpvs
60120000, 60140000, 60170000, 60120000, 60140000, 60170000, 60120000, 60140000, 60170000, 60120000, 60140000, 60170000, 60120000, 60140000, 60170000, 60120000, 60140000, 60170000, 60120000, 60140000, 60170000, 60120000, 60140000, 60170000, 60120000, 60140000, 60170000

Kingston upon Hull City Council is seeking providers to supply & deliver transport services for Education and Social Care. Hull City Council intends to establish a framework for the provision of its Transport Services with suitably qualified operators of Private Hire, Hackney Carriage and PSV/PCV vehicles. Hull City Council will be re tendering 18 routes, broken down into 8 lots. Tenderers can bid for 1 or more of the lots. Bids for individual routes will not be accepted. The requirements cover the transporting of: Pupils and passenger assistants (where applicable) to schools/colleges and either back home again,or to other designated points. Social care clients (both adults and children) to various locations. The routes and destinations for this transport provision may be within the boundaries of Hull but may also be to and from locations outside of the Authority's geographical boundaries. The Framework will run between 1.9.2015 and end 31.8.2017. No extensions will be granted to this Framework. No guarantee can be provided to the successful tenderer(s) of the amount of business to be placed during the continuance of the framework. Under this contract the Supplier will be required to actively contribute to the achievement of social objectives. These include: skills development; employment and training opportunities within the locality of where the contract will be delivered; and other added value initiatives throughout the supply chain to support community programmes promoted by the council.