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DfE — Provision of Student Counselling Services to the Northern Ireland Colleges of Further and Higher Education

Southern Regional College | Published May 18, 2016  -  Deadline June 27, 2016
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On behalf of the six Regional Colleges in Northern Ireland (‘NI Colleges’):- — Southern Regional College (SRC) — Belfast Metropolitan College (BMC) — North West Regional College (NWRC) — South West College (SWC) — South Eastern Regional College (SERC) — Northern Regional College (NRC) Southern Regional College (SRC) wishes to appoint a contractor for the provision of Student Counselling Services. The successful service provider will be required to provide the following service areas as detailed below: a. Independent Confidential Counselling Service; b. Telephone Counselling Service; c. Mediation; d. Therapeutic Support; The contract shall take effect on 1.8.2016 and will remain in force for 36 months with options to extend for any period up to and including 2 periods of 12 months each.

DEL / SRC Supply and Delivery of Fresh Fruit and Vegetables to Southern Regional College (Cft 71641).

Southern Regional College | Published November 21, 2015
Winner
Arnotts (fruit) Ltd
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Southern Regional College (SRC) is 1 of 6 Further and Higher Education Colleges in Northern Ireland and was formed as a result of the merger of the former Colleges of Armagh College, Newry Institute and Upper Bann Institute on 1.8.2007. The College provides a wide range of education and training courses to a student population in excess of 30 000. It employs approximately 1 100 staff in Armagh, Banbridge, Kilkeel, Lurgan, Newry and Portadown campuses. The College aims are to raise the expectations and achievements of learners and widen participation in high quality education and training within a caring organisation. The School of Hospitality and Tourism is a Grade 1 School therefore they are seeking to appoint a Contractor with the capability and capacity to provide quality products which meet all industry and educational standards in order to maintain these awards. The contract will commence on the award date and will remain in force for 2 years, with a possible 2 further 1- year extensions subject to satisfactory performance and agreement between the parties.

DEL / SRC — The Provision of Supply and Delivery of Workshop Supplies for the School of Engineering and Construction (Cft 68973).

Southern Regional College | Published November 27, 2015
Winner
Beggs and Partners
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SRC provides a wide range of education and training courses to a student population in excess of 30,000. It employs approximately 1 100 staff in Armagh, Banbridge, Kilkeel, Lurgan, Newry and Portadown campuses. SRC aims are to raise the expectations and achievements of learners and widen participation in high quality education and training within a caring organisation. SRC require the successful contractor to supply, and deliver work shop supplies as specified in the pricing schedule (ID 68973 — Pricing Schedule) to the various College campuses. The supplies are divided into 4 Lots as below, contractors can bid for 1 or more Lot(s) however the Contractor must be able to supply all items within each Lot(s). — Lot 1 Electrical Supplies — Lot 2 Tiling Supplies — Lot 3 Plumbing Supplies — Lot 4 Building Supplies.

DEL / SRC — The Provision of Supply and Delivery of Workshop Supplies for the School of Engineering

Southern Regional College | Published November 27, 2015
Winner
Philip M Bassett Ltd, Eastower (N I) Ltd, Beggs and Partners
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SRC provides a wide range of education and training courses to a student population in excess of 30,000. It employs approximately 1 100 staff in Armagh, Banbridge, Kilkeel, Lurgan, Newry and Portadown campuses. SRC aims are to raise the expectations and achievements of learners and widen participation in high quality education and training within a caring organisation. SRC require the successful contractor to supply, and deliver work shop supplies as specified in the pricing schedule (ID 68973 — Pricing Schedule) to the various College campuses. The supplies are divided into 4 Lots as below, contractors can bid for 1 or more Lot(s) however the Contractor must be able to supply all items within each Lot(s). — Lot 1 Electrical Supplies — Lot 2 Tiling Supplies — Lot 3 Plumbing Supplies — Lot 4 Building Supplies.

14 — 2015 — Design and Maintain a ‘Datahub’, a strategic, web based community planning tool.

Newry Mourne and Down District Council | Published September 19, 2015  -  Deadline October 22, 2015
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The aim of the ‘datahub’ project is to provide a strategic, web based community planning tool which will provide the underpinning evidence for robust decision making by analysing and presenting partner data on a range of behavioural maps and reports. This will include data from Councils who are leading the community planning process in each area and their partners e.g. PSNI, NIFRS, Health Sector, NIHE, Education sector, government departments such as DSD, DARD, DEL (this list is not exhaustive) on, at least, a quarterly basis. Data from PSNI would include a range of crime categories, Council data would include environmental incidents, planning applications etc. Department data could include claimant information from DSD, grant information from DARD etc. Data would be uploaded to the successful tenderer in CSV format. With data presented in ‘real time’ (quarterly) on an ongoing basis, Councils and partners will be able to measure the impact of interventions and performance in addressing local need. The ‘Datahub’ project is a support tool for those involved in and benefiting from community planning. The datahub will provide analysed maps and reports to enable community planning partners and the community they serve to clearly understand: — The demands for service placed on the public sector at Local Government District, District Electoral Area, Ward and settlement levels. — Above and below average demands for service and trending behaviour across a range of community planning themes, e.g. Health and Wellbeing, Safety, Education, Economic Development, Regeneration and Tourism and Environment using supplied data. — Impact of Council services through analysed maps and reports from internal Council data. (Participating Councils will act as Lead Partners in each Local Government District). Electronic Access to all tender documentation at: http: //www.newryandmourne.gov.uk/Procurement and then under 14 — 2015 — Design and Maintain a ‘Datahub’, a strategic, web based community planning tool.

DEL/SRC Supply and Delivery of Meat, Poultry and Seafood products for Southern Regional College.

Southern Regional College | Published November 19, 2015
Winner
Pallas Foods, Lynas Foodservice Ltd
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Southern Regional College (SRC) is 1 of 6 Further and Higher Education Colleges in Northern Ireland and was formed as a result of the merger of the former Colleges of Armagh College, Newry Institute and Upper Bann Institute on 1.8.2007. The School of Hospitality and Tourism is a Grade 1 School therefore they are seeking to appoint a Contractor(s) with the capability and capacity to provide quality products which meet all industry and educational standards in order to maintain these awards. The contract will be subdivided into Lots and SRC wishes to appoint a Contractor for each of the following Lots: — Lot 1 — Beef and Lamb Supplies; — Lot 2 — Poultry; — Lot 3 — Pork and Bacon; — Lot 4 — Seafood. The appointment will be for an initial period of 2 years effective from the 2.1.2016, with a possible 2 further 1-year extensions subject to satisfactory performance and agreement between the parties.

09 — 2015 — Design & Maintain a ‘Datahub’, a strategic, web based community planning tool.

Down District Council | Published July 7, 2015  -  Deadline August 3, 2015
cpvs
48613000, 48611000, 48612000, 48614000, 48222000

The aim of the ‘datahub’ project is to provide a strategic, web based community planning tool which will provide the underpinning evidence for robust decision making by analysing and presenting partner data on a range of behavioural maps and reports. This will include data from Councils who are leading the community planning process in each area and their partners e.g., PSNI, NIFRS, Health Sector, NIHE, Education sector, government departments such as DSD, DARD, DEL (this list is not exhaustive) on, at least, a quarterly basis. Data from PSNI would include a range of crime categories, Council data would include environmental incidents, planning applications etc., Department data could include claimant information from DSD, grant information from DARD etc. Data would be uploaded to the successful tenderer in CSV format. With data presented in ‘real time’ (quarterly) on an ongoing basis, Councils and partners will be able to measure the impact of interventions and performance in addressing local need. The ‘Datahub’ project is a support tool for those involved in and benefiting from community planning. The datahub will provide analysed maps and reports to enable community planning partners and the community they serve to clearly understand: — the demands for service placed on the public sector at Local Government District, District Electoral Area, Ward and settlement levels, — above and below average demands for service and trending behaviour across a range of community planning themes, e.g. Health and Wellbeing, Safety, Education, Economic Development, Regeneration and Tourism, Environment and spatial planning using supplied data and data from NISRA etc. — and view demand on geo maps, with streets, buildings, Council and partner assets to aid planning of interventions, — Geo maps to assist with the plan engagement and compilation of the Local Development plan, (previously known as the Master Plan or Area Plan), — Social impact in the participating Council areas through analysed maps and reports of existing, published socio economic data, — Impact of Council services through analysed maps and reports from internal Council data, The ‘datahub’ will provide an opportunity for Councils, Partners and the public to search for key data as evidence for funding applications. The ‘datahub’ will provide a vehicle for sharing key messages and information between Councils, partners and the communities in the participating Council areas. (Participating Councils will act as Lead Partners in each Local Government District). Electronic Access to all tender documentation at: http://www.newryandmourne.gov.uk/Procurement and then under 09 — 2015 — Design & Maintain a ‘Datahub’, a strategic, web based community planning tool.

09 — 2015 — Design & Maintain a ‘Datahub’, a strategic, web based community planning tool.

Newry Mourne and Down District Council | Published July 7, 2015  -  Deadline August 3, 2015
cpvs
48613000, 48611000, 48612000, 48614000, 48222000

The aim of the ‘datahub’ project is to provide a strategic, web based community planning tool which will provide the underpinning evidence for robust decision making by analysing and presenting partner data on a range of behavioural maps and reports. This will include data from Councils who are leading the community planning process in each area and their partners e.g., PSNI, NIFRS, Health Sector, NIHE, Education sector, government departments such as DSD, DARD, DEL (this list is not exhaustive) on, at least, a quarterly basis. Data from PSNI would include a range of crime categories, Council data would include environmental incidents, planning applications etc., Department data could include claimant information from DSD, grant information from DARD etc. Data would be uploaded to the successful tenderer in CSV format. With data presented in ‘real time’ (quarterly) on an ongoing basis, Councils and partners will be able to measure the impact of interventions and performance in addressing local need. The ‘Datahub’ project is a support tool for those involved in and benefiting from community planning. The datahub will provide analysed maps and reports to enable community planning partners and the community they serve to clearly understand: — the demands for service placed on the public sector at Local Government District, District Electoral Area, Ward and settlement levels, — above and below average demands for service and trending behaviour across a range of community planning themes, e.g. Health and Wellbeing, Safety, Education, Economic Development, Regeneration and Tourism, Environment and spatial planning using supplied data and data from NISRA etc. — and view demand on geo maps, with streets, buildings, Council and partner assets to aid planning of interventions, — Geo maps to assist with the plan engagement and compilation of the Local Development plan, (previously known as the Master Plan or Area Plan), — Social impact in the participating Council areas through analysed maps and reports of existing, published socio economic data, — Impact of Council services through analysed maps and reports from internal Council data, The ‘datahub’ will provide an opportunity for Councils, Partners and the public to search for key data as evidence for funding applications. The ‘datahub’ will provide a vehicle for sharing key messages and information between Councils, partners and the communities in the participating Council areas. (Participating Councils will act as Lead Partners in each Local Government District). Electronic Access to all tender documentation at: http://www.newryandmourne.gov.uk/Procurement and then under 09 — 2015 — Design & Maintain a ‘Datahub’, a strategic, web based community planning tool.
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