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NU/1289 Provision of a Relocation Contractor for the relocation of the School of Medicine, Pharmacy and Health

Newcastle University | Published April 21, 2017  -  Deadline May 8, 2017
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98392000

***Please note: As this is a call off from an existing framework agreement (the NEUPC Framework Agreement for Removal and Relocation Services FFE2004NE Lot 3), this notice is only applicable to suppliers that are on this framework.*** The transfer of the School of Medicine, Pharmacy and Health from Durham University (Stockton Campus) to Newcastle University will ensure a coherent and sustainable regional medical education provision for the future. It positions Newcastle as one of the few Universities in the leading Russell Group which will be able to offer programmes and research in medicine, dentistry, biomedical sciences, psychology and pharmacy with synergies across all three of its Faculties. The move requires relocation of laboratory equipment (identified on an asset register in-advance on the move), materials and personal office effects of up to 90 academic and professional support staff. Newcastle University wish to appoint a contractor to provide relocation services for the transfer of the School of Pharmacy, Health and Medicine from Durham University, Queen's Campus. This tender is a call off from the NEUPC Framework Agreement for Removal and Relocation Services FFE2004NE Lot 3.

Education and training services

Surrey County Council | Published January 13, 2015  -  Deadline July 6, 2017
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80500000

Surrey County Council will be procuring its requirements for the provision of Social Care training services and Accredited Learning through this Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS). As our partnership working increases the offer needs to meet the needs of the widening health and social care workforce. As we move towards integrated care services providers need to demonstrate a clear understanding of the key priorities for health and social care provision across both Adults and Children's services and this needs to be clearly evident in the programme content they deliver.
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