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Special-purpose road passenger-transport services

Liverpool City Council | Published March 9, 2017  -  Deadline April 6, 2017
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60130000

The service requirement is to provide taxi transport services for eligible Children and Young People, and Adults. The passengers that use this service for example will be children with special education needs or children who are looked after by the authority or classed as vulnerable.

The service requirement is to provide taxi transport services for eligible Children and Young People, and Adults. The passengers that use this service for example will be children with special education needs or children who are looked after by the authority or classed as vulnerable. This will be split into three services under 1 sole category:

SEN Transport

Social Care Transport

Social Inclusion Transport.

Alternative Education Provision (AEP).

Liverpool City Council | Published November 5, 2015  -  Deadline March 31, 2020
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85000000, 80000000

Liverpool City Council on behalf of their Children and Young People's Services are inviting suitably qualified providers of alternative education to submit an application be included on a flexible framework for the provision of Alternative Education. Applications can be uploaded for evaluation at any time throughout the 4-year duration of the flexible framework. Evaluation will take place every 6 months from the start of the flexible framework. Phase one applications are required between 2.11.2015 and 7.12.2015. By applying for inclusion to this notice, subject to meeting the minimum standards you will be invited to tender once a requirement arises. Admittance to the flexible framework will depend on providers meeting minimum criteria as stated in the application documentation. Requests for quotations will be issued to providers admitted to the flexible framework as and when required. The award criteria for this phase will be stipulated in the application documentation. Liverpool City Council reserves the right to use an electronic reverse auction for quotations. Further details of the flexible framework and full instructions are given in the application document available to download from The Chest (Due North).

Alternative Education Provision (AEP).

Liverpool City Council | Published November 5, 2015  -  Deadline March 31, 2020
cpvs
85000000, 80000000

Liverpool City Council on behalf of their Children and Young People's Services are inviting suitably qualified providers of alternative education to submit an application be included on a flexible framework for the provision of Alternative Education. Applications can be uploaded for evaluation at any time throughout the 4-year duration of the flexible framework. Evaluation will take place every 6 months from the start of the flexible framework. Phase one applications are required between 2.11.2015 and 7.12.2015. By applying for inclusion to this notice, subject to meeting the minimum standards you will be invited to tender once a requirement arises. Admittance to the flexible framework will depend on providers meeting minimum criteria as stated in the application documentation. Requests for quotations will be issued to providers admitted to the flexible framework as and when required. The award criteria for this phase will be stipulated in the application documentation. Liverpool City Council reserves the right to use an electronic reverse auction for quotations. Further details of the flexible framework and full instructions are given in the application document available to download from The Chest (Due North).

Alternative Education Provision (AEP)

Liverpool City Council | Published November 2, 2015  -  Deadline March 31, 2020
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32000000

Liverpool City Council on behalf of their Children and Young People’s Services are inviting suitably qualified providers of alternative education to submit an application be included on a flexible framework for the provision of Alternative Education. Applications can be uploaded for evaluation at any time throughout the four year duration of the flexible framework. Evaluation will take place every six months from the start of the flexible framework. Phase one applications are required between 2nd November and 7th December 2015. By applying for inclusion to this notice, subject to meeting the minimum standards you will be invited to tender once a requirement arises. Admittance to the flexible framework will depend on providers meeting minimum criteria as stated in the application documentation. Requests for quotations will be issued to providers admitted to the flexible framework as and when required. The award criteria for this phase will be stipulated in the application documentation. Liverpool City Council reserves the right to use an electronic reverse auction for quotations. Further details of the flexible framework and full instructions are given in the application document available to download from The Chest (Due North).

Fusion21 Education Modular Buildings Framework

Fusion 21 Limited | Published February 20, 2017  -  Deadline April 5, 2017
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44211100

The Fusion21 Education Modular Buildings Framework has been designed specifically to help the education sector provide cost effective and sustainable learning environments, the new framework has four lots including: Lot 1: Hire of Modular Buildings - Temporary Accommodation; Lot 2: Modular Construction with a value of up to GBP750K; Lot 3: Modular Construction with a value between GBP750K and GBP3 million; and Lot 4: Modular Construction worth GBP3 million and over. Fusion21 are seeking multiple and single supply partners dependent on the Lots as outlined in this Notice and the ITT.

Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) in respect of Special Educational Needs (SEN) & Social Care Transport

Liverpool City Council | Published March 8, 2017  -  Deadline April 6, 2017
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60000000

The service requirement is to provide taxi transport services for eligible Children and Young People, and Adults. The passengers that use this service for example will be children with special education needs or children who are looked after by the authority or classed as vulnerable. This will be split into three services under one sole category: SEN Transport Social Care Transport Social Inclusion Transport

Modular and portable buildings

Fusion 21 Limited | Published February 21, 2017  -  Deadline April 5, 2017
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44211100, 45223810, 45210000, 45214000, 45214200

The Fusion21 Education Modular Buildings Framework has been designed specifically to help the education sector provide cost effective and sustainable learning environments, the new framework has 4 lots including: Lot 1: Hire of Modular Buildings — Temporary Accommodation; Lot 2: Modular Construction with a value of up to 750 000 GBP; Lot 3: Modular Construction with a value between 750 000 GBP and 3 000 000 GBP; and Lot 4: Modular Construction worth 3 000 000 GBP and over. Fusion21 are seeking multiple and single supply partners dependent on the Lots as outlined in this Notice and the ITT.

Covers the hire of modular buildings for use as classrooms, teaching areas and the required facilities.

Covers the design, supply, installation and commissioning of modular buildings (including pre-construction works) of education building classrooms. The Lot covers, but is not limited to, modular buildings for teaching and/or research laboratory space, together with seminar rooms, library, learning resource centres, classrooms, social spaces, staff offices, communal areas, receptions, porterage areas, lecture theatres, classrooms, halls of residence, student areas, campus areas and facilities including sports and leisure, catering, religious, recreation, landscaping, car parking, and site security.

Covers the design, supply, installation and commissioning of modular buildings (including pre-construction works) of education building classrooms. The Lot covers, but is not limited to, modular buildings for teaching and/or research laboratory space, together with seminar rooms, library, learning resource centres, classrooms, social spaces, staff offices, communal areas, receptions, porterage areas, lecture theatres, classrooms, halls of residence, student areas, campus areas and facilities including sports and leisure, catering, religious, recreation, landscaping, car parking, and site security.

Fusion21 will be appointing 1 Framework Partner per geographical region with the intention of engaging in a strategic partnership with the Framework Partner(s).

CCDE17A02 - Provision of a Training Programme to Drive Cultural Transformation within Immigration Enforcement

Crown Commercial Service | Published March 24, 2017  -  Deadline April 18, 2017
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80500000

1.1 Immigration Enforcement (IE) contributes directly to the Home Office core priorities of reducing immigration, cutting crime, preventing terrorism and supporting growth. Immigration Enforcement is responsible for robust enforcement of the immigration law and for tackling the criminality behind illegal migration. 1.2 The coming year will see many challenges and opportunities for Immigration Enforcement. The changes and new powers conferred by the Immigration Act will support us in our efforts to work with public and private sector partners to make it increasingly difficult for people to remain in the UK unlawfully and profit from immigration abuse. 1.3 A key objective for Immigration Enforcement will be for us to transform our capability and productivity to meet these demands. Our transformation will be underpinned by a new enforcement strategy, framed around the 4 Ps; Prevent, Pursue, Protect, Prepare. This is a model used in the wider law enforcement and intelligence community. 1.4 However IE has continued to see a year on year increase in Bullying, Harassment and Discrimination (BHD) scores in its annual People Survey results. 1.5 Immigration Enforcements immediate focus is the design and delivery of a transformational Conflict Resolution Program. This will form part of our Bullying, Harassment and Discrimination action plan 2016-2018. 1.6 A key part of the Conflict Resolution Program is to equip staff with a range of practical skills and techniques to drive cultural change leading to increased employee engagement and wellbeing (reducing employee stress, absence and sickness) by addressing workplace issues including BHD, relationship breakdowns, communication problems and personality clashes. The aim is to change the culture in IE through increased awareness of behaviours, education of staff, building resilience and understanding how to reduce instances of BHD. 1.7 Through a structured Early Conflict Resolution program within IE we can deliver: 1.7.1 A future focused and solution focused approach to resolving conflict at the earliest opportunity which will restore trust amongst management and employees and equal a win/win situation. 1.7.2 Deliver a faster and more immediate impact by addressing the root cause of the situation. 1.7.3 Resolve conflict in a personable and trusted manner which restores and builds relationships which directly increases employee engagement. 1.7.4 Light touch approach to conflict is highly likely to improve morale and productivity and reduce time spent on grievances and the formal complaints procedure. 1.7.5 Increase staff engagement and reduce BHD scores in the annual people survey results.
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