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CTP774 Derbyshire Educational Psychology Framework

Derbyshire County Council | Published September 28, 2016  -  Deadline October 25, 2016
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Derbyshire County Council is seeking to establish a framework of providers to work with the Council's Educational Psychology Service (EPS). Successful tenderers will provide input by supplying educational psychologist duties for an agreed number of days, at a designated educational establishment, to be charged at a fixed daily rate. The Council welcomes interest from both suitably qualified self-employed associates and from agencies that can evidence the provision of an excellent confidential and professional service.

CTP774 Derbyshire Educational Psychology Framework

Derbyshire County Council | Published September 28, 2016  -  Deadline October 24, 2016
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Derbyshire County Council is seeking to establish a framework of providers to work with the Council's Educational Psychology Service (EPS). Successful tenderers will provide input by supplying educational psychologist duties for an agreed number of days, at a designated educational establishment, to be charged at a fixed daily rate. The Council welcomes interest from both suitably qualified self-employed associates and from agencies that can evidence the provision of an excellent confidential and professional service.

CTP774 - Derbyshire Educational Psychology Framework

Derbyshire County Council | Published September 23, 2016  -  Deadline October 25, 2016
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Derbyshire County Council is seeking to establish a framework of providers to work with the Council’s Educational Psychology Service (EPS). Successful tenderers will provide input by supplying educational psychologist duties for an agreed number of days, at a designated educational establishment, to be charged at a fixed daily rate. The Council welcomes interest from both suitably qualified self-employed associates and from agencies that can evidence the provision of an excellent confidential and professional service. The Provider’s role is to support the delivery of educational psychology services to schools, academies, colleges, Early Years (EY) Settings, children and families, through the provision of high quality psychological input. This may include consultation, assessment, training and direct interventions to children and young people across the County of Derbyshire (excluding Derby city).

CPB-223 Breadsall Primary School Groundworks and External Works

Derbyshire County Council | Published July 12, 2017  -  Deadline August 9, 2017
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Derbyshire County Council is inviting tenderers for the supply of all labour, plant and materials to carry out the Groundworks and External Works to the new extension and refurbishment being undertaken at the current education support centre on Brookside Road, Breadsall, not the current Breadsall Primary school site. The site is going to be the new Breadsall Primary School.

CPB225 - Breadsall Primary School - Bulk Excavation

Derbyshire County Council | Published July 12, 2017  -  Deadline August 9, 2017
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Derbyshire County Council is inviting tenderers for the supply of all labour, plant and materials to carry out the Bulk Excavation required to be undertaken at the current education support centre on Brookside Road, Breadsall, not the current Breadsall Primary school site. The site is going to be the new Breadsall Primary School.

CTP743 Provision of Service for Children and Young People Affected by the Substance Misuse of Others

Derbyshire County Council | Published May 11, 2016  -  Deadline June 10, 2016
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Derbyshire County Council is commissioning a service for children and young people who are affected by the substance misuse of others, to commence on 1.4.2017.

The service shall provide high-quality, age-appropriate and evidence based interventions to strengthen protective and resilience factors, reduce harm and develop coping strategies for children and young people (aged 5-18 years) who are affected by another person's Substance misuse (drugs and alcohol) to:

— Reduce and manage the impact of the Substance misuse of others on children and young people;

— Improve outcomes for children and young people by enabling them to develop coping strategies to deal with the impact of Substance misuse;

— Enable children and young people to access activities, education and development opportunities related to their needs;

— Improve the emotional health and well-being of children and young people affected by someone's Substance misuse;

— Provide a safe, confidential space for children and young people to express their feelings, reduce isolation, build self-esteem and resilience.

The Provider shall contribute towards ensuring that children and young people live in a safe environment and receive adequate supervision and guidance as appropriate for their age, and liaise and give advice and support to other carers or professionals who are also supporting them.

CTP743 Provision of Service for Children and Young People Affected by the Substance Misuse of Others

Derbyshire County Council | Published May 11, 2016  -  Deadline June 13, 2016
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Derbyshire County Council is commissioning a service for children and young people who are affected by the substance misuse of others, to commence on 1.4.2017.

The service shall provide high-quality, age-appropriate and evidence based interventions to strengthen protective and resilience factors, reduce harm and develop coping strategies for children and young people (aged 5-18 years) who are affected by another person's Substance misuse (drugs and alcohol) to:

— Reduce and manage the impact of the Substance misuse of others on children and young people;

— Improve outcomes for children and young people by enabling them to develop coping strategies to deal with the impact of Substance misuse;

— Enable children and young people to access activities, education and development opportunities related to their needs;

— Improve the emotional health and well-being of children and young people affected by someone's Substance misuse;

— Provide a safe, confidential space for children and young people to express their feelings, reduce isolation, build self-esteem and resilience.

The Provider shall contribute towards ensuring that children and young people live in a safe environment and receive adequate supervision and guidance as appropriate for their age, and liaise and give advice and support to other carers or professionals who are also supporting them.

Children and Young Peoples 0-19 Years Public Health Services.

Derbyshire County Council | Published November 18, 2015
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Derbyshire Community Health Services NHS Trust
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85000000, 85100000

The Council is inviting tenders for the provision of Children and Young Peoples 0-19 Years. Public Health Services. Derbyshire County Council is commissioning services to provide public health elements of the Healthy Child Programme for children and young people (0-19 years) within Derbyshire. These elements comprise of the provision of universal reviews, health promotion, early identification of need and delivery of targeted services that respond to the needs identified, working as part of the wider children and young adults team. The key services included in this provision are: — Public Health Nursing 0-19 to lead delivery of the Healthy Child Programme; — Children and Younger Adults' Health Promotion Service to support schools and further education as healthy settings, and ensure workforce development in relation to health outcomes; — Vision, hearing and NCMP screening — as part of the 5-19 core offer to early identify lifestyle and sensory problems in children entering school; — Smoking prevention — to prevent the uptake of smoking in young people and reduce the prevalence in 15 year-olds. Please note: the contract value stated includes indicative figures relating to Health Visiting provision, which will be transferred to the Local Authority in October 2015, and may be subject to change following the agreement of the final transfer figures.

ETC 7596

Derbyshire County Council | Published January 18, 2017  -  Deadline February 14, 2017
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Derbyshire County Council is seeking to set up a system from which to invite Contractors to tender for taxi and small vehicle/minibus passenger transport services for the Council (a ‘Dynamic Purchasing System’).

The service is collectively referred to as ‘Specialised Transport’ and includes the 2 service areas of Special Needs Education and Disability (SEND) and Adult Social Care.

The Council provides specialist passenger transport for a range of client groups, including but not limited to:

— SEND students travelling from home to school both in Derbyshire and out of county;

— Post 16 years SEND students to colleges, both in Derbyshire and neighbouring counties;

— Behaviour Support students attending Alternative Provision courses;

— High dependency students with complex and/or challenging needs;

— Adults with learning disabilities travelling to day services;

— Adults with dementia conditions travelling to day service;

— Adults with physical disabilities travelling to day services.

The Council's responsibility is to residents of Derbyshire, and most journeys therefore start or finish in this area. The majority of journeys will be within the county, however, some journeys may be into neighbouring local Council areas and some further afield to other parts of the country.

The Council's aim is to secure safe, punctual and affordable transport services, ensuring clients to reach their destination ready for learning or support.

To meet the specific care requirements of some clients, high dependency facilities will be required. Some clients have specific care requirements and where Passenger Assistants need to used on these services, they must be trained accordingly by competent persons. The Council will supply Contractors with details of the care requirements of such clients and will discuss risk assessments and/or strategies.

ETC 7596

Derbyshire County Council | Published January 18, 2017  -  Deadline February 14, 2017
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60120000, 60130000

Derbyshire County Council is seeking to set up a system from which to invite Contractors to tender for taxi and small vehicle/minibus passenger transport services for the Council (a ‘Dynamic Purchasing System’).

The service is collectively referred to as ‘Specialised Transport’ and includes the 2 service areas of Special Needs Education and Disability (SEND) and Adult Social Care.

The Council provides specialist passenger transport for a range of client groups, including but not limited to:

— SEND students travelling from home to school both in Derbyshire and out of county;

— Post 16 years SEND students to colleges, both in Derbyshire and neighbouring counties;

— Behaviour Support students attending Alternative Provision courses;

— High dependency students with complex and/or challenging needs;

— Adults with learning disabilities travelling to day services;

— Adults with dementia conditions travelling to day service;

— Adults with physical disabilities travelling to day services.

The Council's responsibility is to residents of Derbyshire, and most journeys therefore start or finish in this area. The majority of journeys will be within the county, however, some journeys may be into neighbouring local Council areas and some further afield to other parts of the country.

The Council's aim is to secure safe, punctual and affordable transport services, ensuring clients to reach their destination ready for learning or support.

To meet the specific care requirements of some clients, high dependency facilities will be required. Some clients have specific care requirements and where Passenger Assistants need to used on these services, they must be trained accordingly by competent persons. The Council will supply Contractors with details of the care requirements of such clients and will discuss risk assessments and/or strategies.

CTP 790 Provision of Library Stock Supply

Derbyshire County Council | Published March 29, 2017  -  Deadline October 17, 2016
Winner
Askews and Holts Library Service
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22000000

The contract is for the supply of library stock to Derbyshire County Council, Derby City Council, Inspire and Nottingham City Council. Derbyshire and Derby libraries services have enjoyed a close working relationship since the establishment of Derby City Council as a unitary authority following local government reorganisation in 1997. In the interests of offering a seamless service the two authorities share the Library Management System and Schools Library Service. Inspire is the brand name of Culture, Learning, Libraries (Midlands), a Community Benefit Society providing library services and the wider cultural offer on behalf of Nottinghamshire County Council. Nottinghamshire County Council continues to provide funding under contract between NCC and Inspire. As such, Inspire retains access to certain services including Procurement through NCC. The day to day management of the book supply contract is the responsibility of Inspire, but the maintained value of expenditure on stock acquisitions is specified in the contract between Inspire and the Council. Inspire and Nottingham City libraries have had a similar working relationship following local government reorganisation, and the two authorities share the Library Management System. Nottinghamshire Education Library Service (= ELS) shares the same LMS as the two public authorities, and is an existing part of the same book supply contracts. This contract will be initially awarded to up to three suppliers, (one for each lot) for 2 years with the possible extension up to a maximum of 2 years (2 x 1 year extension). The award of the contract does not guarantee spend or any extension period this will be subject to each Partners requirements and budget approval.

CTP 790 Provision of Library Stock Supply

Derbyshire County Council | Published September 16, 2016  -  Deadline October 17, 2016
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The contract is for the supply of library stock to Derbyshire County Council, Derby City Council, Inspire and Nottingham City Council. Derbyshire and Derby libraries services have enjoyed a close working relationship since the establishment of Derby City Council as a unitary authority following local government reorganisation in 1997. In the interests of offering a seamless service the two authorities share the Library Management System and Schools Library Service. Inspire is the brand name of Culture, Learning, Libraries (Midlands), a Community Benefit Society providing library services and the wider cultural offer on behalf of Nottinghamshire County Council. Nottinghamshire County Council continues to provide funding under contract between NCC and Inspire. As such, Inspire retains access to certain services including Procurement through NCC. The day to day management of the book supply contract is the responsibility of Inspire, but the maintained value of expenditure on stock acquisitions is specified in the contract between Inspire and the Council. Inspire and Nottingham City libraries have had a similar working relationship following local government reorganisation, and the two authorities share the Library Management System. Nottinghamshire Education Library Service (= ELS) shares the same LMS as the two public authorities, and is an existing part of the same book supply contracts. This contract will be initially awarded to up to three suppliers, (one for each lot) for 2 years with the possible extension up to a maximum of 2 years (2 x 1 year extension). The award of the contract does not guarantee spend or any extension period this will be subject to each Partners requirements and budget approval.
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