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70225 — Mowers for Grounds Maintenance Department, Education Authority

Education Authority | Published February 3, 2017

70225 — Mowers for Grounds Maintenance Department, Education Authority.

Educational Supervisor Training – Health Education England, London and South East

Health Education England (HEE) | Published January 28, 2017  -  Deadline February 27, 2017

Health Education England (HEE) wishes to support the development of educational supervisors as set out in the Policy context below. As part of that the HEE London and the South East region is seeking to procure training to support pharmacy staff to become effective and competent educational supervisors. The training should provide learners with generic core training, which would be applicable to any educational supervisor role. 

However the primary focus should be supporting pre-registration pharmacist tutors and therefore it should include some content that contextualises the educational supervision of a pre-registration pharmacist. There should be the option to provide bolt on programme specific information for educational supervisors supporting foundation pharmacists or pre-registration pharmacy technicians.
HEE wishes to procure the training in the format of licences for online learning. An online or virtual platform is our preferred model of delivery given the challenges in releasing staff to attend training particularly in community pharmacy and the large geographical area. Access to training licences will be prioritised for those that will be acting as pre-registration pharmacist educational supervisors/ tutors for placements advertised through the national pre-registration pharmacist recruitment scheme.

The precise number of pre-registration tutors to be trained has not yet been confirmed and for this reason HEE is seeking flexibility in the timelines for training.

The training should:
• meet GPhC Pre-registration Tutor competencies
• meet GPhC Guidance on tutoring for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians
• be mindful of the educational supervisor requirements of other health care professions
• take into account the challenges faced by employers, particularly in community pharmacy in releasing staff during core working hours
• take into account the geography of the area

The deadline for submission of completed ITT submissions is Monday 27th February 2017 at 12:00pm (midday). Late submissions will not be accepted. The e-portal system will shutdown at 12:00pm and any unsubmitted bids not registered to the system at this time will not be accepted. Therefore, please submit in good time prior to the deadline date and time.

West Yorkshire Consortium of Colleges Expression of Interest

West Yorkshire Consortium of Colleges | Published September 28, 2016  -  Deadline September 26, 2020

The West Yorkshire Consortium of Colleges (WYCC) have an established partnership and an excellent track record of collaborative working. The seven further education colleges which make up the West Yorkshire Consortium have a Joint Venture to bid for funding to support businesses and individuals throughout Leeds City Region.

We are looking to work with key partners with a successful track record of delivery within various skills and training areas to join us in future bidding opportunities

LTR Framework Agreement for LAC/SEN

Norfolk County Council | Published June 4, 2016  -  Deadline March 15, 2021
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Norfolk County Council Children's Services wishes to appoint Service Providers to a Light Touch Regime (LTR) Framework Agreement for the provision of residential care and/or education services, day school services for Looked After Child, children at risk of being Looked After and/or children with special educational needs (SEN) of statutory schooling aged 5 to 19 years either with or without a Statement.

DUD 2016 Black Country Impact Project

Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published November 17, 2016  -  Deadline October 30, 2018
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The Impact Partners are inviting Service Providers to apply to join the Impact Project DPS.  Once admitted to the DPS List, Service Providers may be invited to tender to deliver Contracts for customised support to Impact Participants (or to identify and engage Eligible Participants onto the Impact Project).  
The Impact Project is a Black Country programme that addresses the barriers faced by individuals aged 15-29 years who are not in employment, education or training (NEET), including young people at risk of social exclusion and young people from marginalised communities. The Impact Project aims to support those individuals to secure positive outcomes including employment, traineeships, apprenticeships, training and further education. Through an individualised approach and alternative delivery structures these young adults are provided with flexible, personalised learning and support that addresses their wide-ranging different personal and skills needs. By providing access to trusted advice and support and by working alongside partners including housing, health, transport and employers we ensure that individuals have the best possible opportunity to overcome the barriers they face, and to effectively participate in society, achieve a positive outcome and remain engaged.

Internal Audit Services

Central Finance | Published December 7, 2016  -  Deadline February 27, 2017

Internal Audit Services

The University requires a Service Provider to provide an internal audit service in compliance with the Higher Education Funding Council for England’s (Hefce) Audit Code of Practice, as set out in the Memorandum of assurance and accountability (MAA).

The internal audit service provided by the successful Service Provider will be responsible for providing assurance to the University’s Audit and Risk Committee and reporting to management on the adequacy and effectiveness of:
- Governance, risk management and control; and
- Economy, efficiency and effectiveness (value for money arrangements).

The scope of the internal audit service must include all of the University’s activities.

Estimated annual contract value of £100 - £1500k

Dynamic Purchasing System - Business coaching/mentoring services for SME's

Cornwall College | Published August 6, 2016  -  Deadline August 2, 2020
79998000, 79400000

Cornwall College Further Education Corporation are inviting suppliers to participate in a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) for the provision of the following business coaching services in a range business sectors:
• Mentoring Services.
• Workshop Delivery Services.
• Expert Speaker Service.

Typically the services shall be delivered to small and medium-sized enterprises (SME’s) located in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, however the College may require suppliers to provide the services throughout the UK.

The DPS will be managed by the College’s e-tendering system In-Tend and shall remain open from 5th August 2016 for a maximum duration of four years.

In order to obtain additional detail about this DPS an interested supplier must register and express an interest in this requirement via In-Tend, thereafter Stage 1 - Request to Participate which includes full detail of the DPS tender process, an overview of the College's requirements and the Supplier Questionnaire shall be be released to the interested supplier.

Dynamic Purchasing System for Positive Activities

North Lincolnshire Council | Published August 26, 2016  -  Deadline August 25, 2020
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North Lincolnshire council is inviting requests to participate in a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) for the provision of Positive Activities for Young people aged 13 to 19 years and for those with learning difficulties up to the age of 24. Candidates are able to apply for all or any combination of lots:

o Lot 1 – Visual arts

o Lot 2 – Performing arts

o Lot 3 – Sports

o Lot 4 – Outdoor adventure / outdoor education activities

o Lot 5 – Healthy eating / cookery

o Lot 6 – Technology

o Lot 7 – Self presentation

The DPS is to establish a list of providers who will then be invited to submit tenders for specific requirements through further competitions. The initial deadline for submission of requests to participate is 12noon 3 October2016, however the DPS remains open to any provider that meets the selection criteria throughout it's four year duration. The anticipated spend per annum is £100k. The DPS does not guarantee any minimum spend. The DPS will expire 25 August 2020.


Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) for 16 Seats and Fewer

ETE - Passenger Transport | Published May 12, 2016  -  Deadline February 28, 2022
60000000, 60130000, 60100000, 60112000, 60170000, 60171000

Hampshire County Council invites applications from suitably experienced organisations who wish to be considered for selection to tender for admission to the Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) for the Provision of Transportation 16 Seats and fewer for Home to School Transport, Education and Adult/Children Transportation Requirements, General Transportation Services. 

The DPS will commence on 1st August 2016 and will be for a period of 5 years with an option to extend by annual increments up to a maximum of 10 years.

Interested parties should register their interest in the project via the In-Tend website, and complete and submit the Pre-Qualification Questionnaire together with any supporting information requested by 2:00pm on 28th February 2022.

How to obtain the PQQ Documents
The Pre-Qualification Questionnaire can be accessed when logged into In-Tend by selecting ‘View Details’ on the relevant tender advert and clicking the ‘Express Interest’ tab. Once in the tender there are five tabs – ‘Tender’, PQQ- documents, ‘Correspondence’, ‘Clarifications’ & ‘History’. Select the 2nd tab (PQQ) where you will find useful information under ‘Tender Details’ continue to scroll down to the heading ‘Tender Documents Received’ where you will be able to view / download the documents.

For further information, please view the synopsis document.

The Contracting Authority views that the range of services to be procured during this tender should be awarded as a multiple supplier DPS and seeks applications from suitably experienced suppliers who wish to pre-qualify for this service. Whilst every effort has been made to consider the full scope of the requirement, the Contracting Authority does not guarantee the volume of the services required resulting from this DPS or that it will accept any prequalification on completion of the procurement exercise.

At the discretion of the council, if a supplier ceases to meet the original exclusion or selection criteria during the course of the DPS it is likely that it may be excluded or suspended from taking part in any Mini-Competition (Tender) process. If a supplier fails one of the mandatory grounds during the course of the DPS the County Council may be required to remove the supplier from the DPS.

Service of Group Passenger Lift Systems

The Grimsby Institute of Further and Higher Education | Published February 22, 2017  -  Deadline March 6, 2017

The Grimsby Institute Group (The Group) is a multi campus further and higher education business. The Group is seeking to appoint a suitably qualified and experienced organisation to tender for a planned preventative maintenance service contract for all passenger lift systems listed in Appendix 6 of this document.

It is important to note that The Group has campus sites in North East Lincolnshire, East Lindsey & North Yorkshire. A full list of assets and campus sites is located at Appendix 6.

Each Asset listed on every site requires maintenance at 1 month intervals to a standard recommended by the Tenderer and agreed by the Group. This is to ensure the longevity of GIGs assets and ensure they pass all statutory examinations carried out by the Group’s insurance provider.

The successful Tenderer will ensure the group adheres to its legal responsibilities under the Heath and Safety at Work etc Act 1974, Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999, Provisions and Use of Work Equipment Regulation 1998 (PUWER)(, and the Lifting Operation and Lifting Equipment Regulations (LOLER) 1998.


Tenderers will be required to:

Report to the responsible person in the Estates Department on any non compliance issues with any of the assets listed in Appendix 6 of this document that do not adhere to Regulation 9 of the LOLER 1998.

To recommend and quote for a program of regular maintenance, for each asset listed in Appendix 6 of this document that ensures the Group remains complaint with all statutory requirements. The program will involve servicing at monthly intervals.

Quote for an emergency call out service for each asset to ensure that The Group is compliant with BD EB81-28. This should provide cover for 24 hours each day and for 365 days of the year.

The Grimsby Institute - Legionella Risk Assessment, Monitoring and Management 2017

The Grimsby Institute of Further and Higher Education | Published February 21, 2017  -  Deadline March 13, 2017
45232430, 24962000

The Grimsby Institute Group (The Group) is a multi campus further and higher education business.  The Group is seeking to appoint a suitably qualified and experienced organisation to complete Legionella Risk Assessments, written Management Schemes and monitoring procedures.
Services shall be provided in accordance with the minimum standards defined in ACOP L8 The Control of Legionella Bacteria in Water Systems [L8], together with the enhanced standards as defined in this document. The purpose of this contract is to ensure that all The Group’s sites listed in Appendix 6 meet the statutory legal requirements with regards ‘The Control of Legionella Bacteria in Water Systems’.

It is important to note that The Group has campus sites in North East Lincolnshire, East Lindsey & North Yorkshire. A full list of assets and campus sites is located at Appendix 6.

Scope of Service Required

Initial Assessment and Action
1. Appointment of a suitably qualified and experienced person to be managerially responsible for the service contract and a suitably qualified and experienced proposed Service Team.

2. Schematic plans showing the water system layout of each building have been previously prepared.

3. Attend an initial Management meeting with Client to discuss details of programme delivery and communications.

4. Attend an annual Management systems review meeting.

5. Initially assess buildings to identify risk systems.

6. Conduct detailed Legionella Risk Assessments for Buildings comprising risk systems, in accordance with L8, to identify and assess the sources of risk from Legionella and other pathogenic microorganisms in water systems.

7. Prepare a written site specific Management Scheme for each Facility, identified as having risk Systems, to ensure that all health risks are managed and cold and hot water systems meet the required UK regulatory standards and legionellosis related legislation.

The written scheme shall include as a minimum:
(a) A description of Buildings and schematic plan of relevant systems;
(b) Asset register and bar coding system of all relevant assets including Site Flush log books;
(c) A system for correct and safe operation;
(d) Prioritised recommendations for remedial actions with photographic evidence;
(e) Inspection of site management systems and record keeping;
(f) Details of checks to be conducted to ensure efficiency of scheme;
(g) Retention of auditable records of precautions implemented
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