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Education and training services

Norfolk County Council | Published April 7, 2017
Winner
Options Autism (1) Ltd t/a Options Barton
cpvs
80000000, 80100000, 80200000, 85311300

Norfolk County Council Children's Services sought to appoint Service Providers to a Framework Agreement for the provision of residential care and/or education services, day school services for Looked After Children (LAC), 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.

The framework agreement has been procured under the Light Touch Regime.

It is the Council's intention that new providers will be able to apply to join the Framework on an open basis on the same terms and conditions and on the same criteria as stated in the Invitation to Tender, unless the Council deems that amendments are required as a result of changes in legislation or changes within the Council. The Council reserves the right however, to close the framework for new applications if it deems this appropriate.

Independent schools and non-maintained special schools and independent specialist colleges day provision of education — SEN Level 1.

Independent schools and non-maintained special schools and independent specialist colleges day provision of education — SEN Level 2.

Independent schools and non-maintained special schools and independent specialist colleges day provision of education — SEN Level 3.

Independent and non-maintained special schools and independent specialist colleges — Education with 38 week boarding (weekly/termly) (Norfolk Assisted Boarding Programme).

Independent and non-maintained special schools and independent specialist colleges — Education with 38 week boarding (weekly/termly) SEN level 1.

Independent and non-maintained special schools and independent specialist colleges — Education with 38 week boarding (weekly/termly) SEN Level 2.

52 week residential provision without education — Level 1.

52 week residential provision without education — Level 2.

52 week residential provision with education — Level 1.

52 week residential provision with education — Level 2.

Education and training services

Norfolk County Council | Published November 26, 2016  -  Deadline January 20, 2017
cpvs
80000000, 80100000, 80200000, 85311300

Norfolk County Council Children's Services wishes to appoint Service Providers to a Framework Agreement for the provision of residential care and/or education services, day school services for Looked After Children (LAC), 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.

The framework agreement is being procured under the Light Touch Regime.

It is the Council's intention that new providers will be able to apply to join the Framework on an open basis on the same terms and conditions and on the same criteria as stated in the Invitation to Tender, unless the Council deems that amendments are required as a result of changes in legislation or changes within the Council. The Council reserves the right however, to close the framework for new applications if it deems this appropriate.

Independent schools and non-maintained special schools and independent specialist colleges day provision of education — SEN Level 1.

Independent schools and non-maintained special schools and independent specialist colleges day provision of education — SEN Level 2.

Independent schools and non-maintained special schools and independent specialist colleges day provision of education — SEN Level 3.

Independent and non-maintained special schools and independent specialist colleges — Education with 38 week boarding (weekly/termly) (Norfolk Assisted Boarding Programme).

Independent and non-maintained special schools and independent specialist colleges — Education with 38 week boarding (weekly/termly) SEN level 1.

Independent and non-maintained special schools and independent specialist colleges — Education with 38 week boarding (weekly/termly) SEN Level 2.

52 week residential provision without education — Level 1.

52 week residential provision without education — Level 2.

52 week residential provision with education — Level 1.

52 week residential provision with education — Level 2.

Education and training services

Norfolk County Council | Published January 24, 2017  -  Deadline April 3, 2017
cpvs
80000000, 80530000

Norfolk County Council wishes to procure a Multi Provider Framework of external training providers to deliver quality apprenticeships across a variety of occupational areas throughout Norfolk. We are seeking provision of current Apprenticeship Standards and Apprenticeship Frameworks as defined the SFA. As new standards are developed, and frameworks close, we would expect Providers to be adaptable and flexible to support this. We will contact providers to identify their capacity and interest in delivering new standards as well as opening this opportunity to the market. The framework agreement is being let by Norfolk County Council as the Contracting Authority, but with the consent of Norfolk County Council, will be available for use by any District Council, any Public Sector body, any Educational establishment and NHS bodies operating in the geographical county of Norfolk or in any adjoining counties.

Within this lot the subject areas will cover (amongst others) project management, business admin, management, leadership and marketing.

Within this lot the subject areas covered will include(amongst others) accounting, credit control, workplace pensions admin and security services.

Within this lot the subject areas covered include HR consultant, recruitment and HR support.

Within this lot the subject areas covered include data analyst, IT application specialist, software development, infrastructure technician and digital learning design.

Within this lot the subject areas covered include legal services and courts, tribunal and prosecution administration.

Within this lot the subject areas covered include (but are not limited to) leader in adult care, lead practitioner in adult care and health and social care, medical administration, pathology support, pharmacy services, perioperative support.

Within this lot the subject areas covered include (but are not limited to) children, young people and families manager, Community health and sport office, custodial care, early year educator, sports development, youth work and supporting teaching and learning.

Within this lot the subject areas covered include driving good vehicles, engineering construction, highways maintenance, passenger transport onboard and station team member, transport planning vehicle maintenance and repair and warehousing and storage.

Within this lot the subject areas covered include contact centre operations and customer service practitioners.

Within this lot the subject areas covered include community health and sport office and laboratory technician.

Within this lot the subject areas covered include (but are not limited to) facilities management, forest operative, game and wildlife management, environmental conservation, surveying, land based engineering and sustainable resource management.

Within this lot the subject areas covered include business fire safety advisor, emergency fire service operations and personal training.

Within this lot the subject areas covered include (but is not limited to) design, event assistant, further education assessor-coach, cultural and heritage venue operations, exercise and fitness, learning and development, live events and promotion, sports development and trees and timber..

Education and training services

Norfolk County Council | Published May 11, 2017  -  Deadline June 22, 2017
cpvs
80000000, 80530000

Norfolk County Council wishes to reopen the procurement for framework agreement of external training providers to deliver quality apprenticeships across a variety of occupational areas throughout Norfolk. We are seeking further provision of current Apprenticeship Standards and Apprenticeship Frameworks as defined the SFA. As new standards are developed, and frameworks close, we would expect Providers to be adaptable and flexible to support this. We will contact providers to identify their capacity and interest in delivering new standards as well as opening this opportunity to the market. The framework agreements are being let by Norfolk County Council as the Contracting Authority, but with the consent of Norfolk County Council, will be available for use by any District Council, any Public Sector body, any Educational establishement and NHS bodies operating in the geographical county of Norfolk or in any adjoining counties.

Within this lot the subject areas will cover (amongst others) project management, business admin, management, leadership and marketing.

Within this lot the subject areas covered will include(amongst others) accounting, credit control, workplace pensions admin and security services.

Within this lot the subject areas covered include HR consultant, recruitment and HR support.

Within this lot the subject areas covered include data analyst, IT application specialist, software development, infrastructure technician and digital learning design.

Within this lot the subject areas covered include legal services and courts, tribunal and prosecution administration.

Within this lot the subject areas covered include (but are not limited to) leader in adult care, lead practitioner in adult care and health and social care, medical administration, pathology support, pharmacy services, perioperative support.

Within this lot the subject areas covered include (but are not limited to) children, young people and families manager, Community health and sport office, custodial care, early year educator, sports development, youth work and supporting teaching and learning.

Within this lot the subject areas covered include driving good vehicles, engineering construction, highways maintenance, passenger transport onboard and station team member, transport planning vehicle maintenance and repair and warehousing and storage.

Within this lot the subject areas covered include contact centre operations and customer service practitioners.

Within this lot the subject areas covered include community health and sport office and laboratory technician.

Within this lot the subject areas covered include (but are not limited to) facilities management, forest operative, game and wildlife management, environmental conservation, surveying, land based engineering and sustainable resource management.

Within this lot the subject areas covered include business fire safety advisor, emergency fire service operations and personal training.

Within this lot the subject areas covered include (but is not limited to) design, event assistant, further education assessor-coach, cultural and heritage venue operations, exercise and fitness, learning and development, live events and promotion, sports development and trees and timber..

Education and training services

Norfolk County Council | Published February 2, 2017  -  Deadline March 2, 2017
cpvs
80000000, 80500000, 80530000, 80550000, 80510000

Norfolk County Council (the Council) wishes to establish a multi-provider Light Touch Regime Framework for the provision of Trainer Assessors and the provision of Qualifications for Fast Lane Training Services (FLTS). FLTS is an income generating unit within Norfolk County Council's (NCC) Community and Environmental Services department specialising in delivering highways and construction related qualifications.

The requirement is split into 2 Lots:

Lot 1 — Provision of Trainer Assessors to deliver training under the approved centre status of FLTS. Training includes but is not limited to Winter Service Operations (City and Guilds 6159) and National Highways Sector Scheme 12d Temporary Traffic Management (Lantra Awards).

Lot 2 — To supply and deliver training and assessment including any awarding body registration and certification. Training includes but is not limited to Confined Spaces (City and Guilds 6150) and Chainsaws (Lantra / NPTC).

Supply of Trainers and/or Assessors to deliver training and/or assessment for qualifications specified in the Service Requirements (to be registered and administered via the Fast Lane Training Services approved centre status).

Supply of qualifications with registration via suppliers own approved centre status and booking only administration via Fast Lane Training Services.

ICT Services for Education.

The Minister for the Cabinet Office acting through Government Procurement Service | Published May 13, 2015
Winner
XMA LTD
cpvs
72000000, 30200000, 32400000, 32500000, 42500000, 44320000, 45300000, 48000000, 48900000, 50300000, 51300000, 51600000, 64200000, 72300000, 72400000, 72500000, 72600000, 72700000, 72800000, 72900000, 80500000

Crown Commercial Service as the Contracting Authority is putting in place a Pan Government Collaborative Framework Agreement for use by UK public sector bodies identified at VI.2 (and any future successors to these organisations), which include Central Government Departments and their Arm's Length Bodies and Agencies, Non Departmental Public Bodies, NHS bodies and Local Authorities. The above Public Sector Bodies have a need for educational institutions or a range of procurement authorities or their agents, to obtain ICT solutions and specialist educational ICT goods and services. This framework agreement will replace the Becta ICT services framework let Oct 2010 and subsequently assigned to DfE ownership (contract notice 2010/S 43-063793). This new framework agreement will provide customers with the capability to obtain ICT goods and services tailored for the specific needs of a diverse range of educational establishments. The scope of requirements will cover the full range of ICT goods, services and solutions operated by educational institutions including design, specify, supply, integrate, implement and test, training, support and maintenance (all together as a packaged solution or in any combination required by customers). Overarching requirements (commercial and technical) will be established within the scope of the Invitation to Tender (ITT) and/or Framework Agreement terms. Local customer requirements will be defined at the ‘further competition' stage of procurements within the functional (outcome-based) specifications. Providers will be capable of supplying a range of delivery models including supply and fit, support and maintenance; systems configuration and management, partial or fully managed ICT service; complete integrated service with other technologies/partners. Within such models, providers must be able to supply a range of ICT solutions Providers can be expected to supply and integrate solutions into both green field (new build) situations as well as legacy ICT environments requiring integration and repurposing of existing ICT. In the context of the solutions/services required, ICT solutions can include but not be limited to Hardware (servers and user computing devices); Software (operating systems, office productivity, network, security etc.); Networks (routers, switching, cabling, local area network infrastructures etc.); Peripheral equipment (printers, peripherals to support specialist curriculum provision.); AV equipment); user devices(desktop computers, tablets, high specification devices); Mobile connectivity (as an integrated package within user devices). Important Note: Fixed line broadband connectivity is NOT within the scope of this procurement. It is expected that prospective customers will provision broadband connectivity separately via specialist providers. Crown Commercial Service reserves the right for an electronic auction to be held by Public Sector bodies during further competition among the parties to the Framework Agreement(s).

ICT Services for Education.

The Minister for the Cabinet Office acting through Government Procurement Service | Published October 25, 2014  -  Deadline December 17, 2014
cpvs
72000000, 30200000, 32400000, 32500000, 42500000, 44320000, 45300000, 48000000, 48900000, 50300000, 51300000, 51600000, 64200000, 72300000, 72400000, 72500000, 72600000, 72700000, 72800000, 72900000, 80500000

Crown Commercial Service as the Contracting Authority is putting in place a Pan Government Collaborative Framework Agreement for use by UK public sector bodies identified at VI.3 (and any future successors to these organisations), which include Central Government Departments and their Arm's Length Bodies and Agencies, Non Departmental Public Bodies, NHS bodies and Local Authorities. The above Public Sector Bodies have a need for educational institutions or a range of procurement authorities or their agents, to obtain ICT solutions and specialist educational ICT goods and services. This framework agreement will replace the Becta ICT services framework let Oct 2010 and subsequently assigned to DfE ownership (contract notice 2010/S 43-063793). This new framework agreement will provide customers with the capability to obtain ICT goods and services tailored for the specific needs of a diverse range of educational establishments. The scope of requirements is expected to cover the full range of ICT goods, services and solutions operated by educational institutions including design, specify, supply, integrate, implement and test, training, support and maintenance (all together as a packaged solution or in any combination required by customers). Overarching requirements (commercial and technical) will be established within the scope of the Invitation to Tender (ITT) and/or Framework Agreement terms. Local customer requirements will be defined at the ‘further competition' stage of procurements within the functional (outcome-based) specifications. Providers should be capable of supplying a range of delivery models including supply and fit, support and maintenance; systems configuration and management, partial or fully managed ICT service; complete integrated service with other technologies/partners. Within such models, providers must be able to supply a range of ICT solutions Providers will be expected to supply and integrate solutions into both green field (new build) situations as well as legacy ICT environments requiring integration and repurposing of existing ICT. In the context of the solutions/services required, ICT solutions can include but not be limited to Hardware (servers and user computing devices); Software (operating systems, office productivity, network, security etc.); Networks (routers, switching, cabling, local area network infrastructures etc.); Peripheral equipment (printers, peripherals to support specialist curriculum provision.); AV equipment); user devices(desktop computers, tablets, high specification devices); Mobile connectivity (as an integrated package within user devices). Important Note: Fixed line broadband connectivity is NOT within the scope of this procurement. It is expected that prospective customers will provision broadband connectivity separately via specialist providers. Crown Commercial Service reserves the right for an electronic auction to be held by Public Sector bodies during further competition among the parties to the Framework Agreement(s).

The Yare Education Trust - Tender for Catering Services.

THE LITMUS PARTNERSHIP LTD | Published February 22, 2017  -  Deadline March 24, 2017
cpvs
55524000

The Yare Education Trust is a collaborative group of school communities, formally partnering each other in a Multi Academy Trust. The Trust schools are united in their vision for education in the communities they serve. The Trust's aim is to ensure that every child within the community enjoys the best possible education. We believe that students should achieve academic success, but also that the educational experience that each child receives should include helping him or her to understand the need for respect and responsibility. Equally, we believe that a good education should include activities beyond the academic curriculum such as sport, fieldwork and educational visits. Yare Education Trust at Dussindale Primary School, where there are full kitchen facilities, and Hillside Avenue Primary and Nursery School, where the meals are currently 'delivered in', however this situation is expected to change during the contract period. The duration of the contract being offered is 2 years commencing on 1.8.2017 and concluding on 31.7.2019. The contract being offered within this tender will be based on a guaranteed performance basis with all free issue requirements and hospitality being recharged on consumption at 'net' food cost only. The contract value is estimated at 360 000 GBP p.a.

Residential and Residential Short Breaks and Mid-Week Boarding Provision for Children with Disabilities in Norfolk

Norfolk County Council | Published April 28, 2017
Winner
Break Charity
cpvs
85000000, 85100000, 98000000, 85320000, 85140000, 85144000, 85310000, 85300000, 85311000

Norfolk County Council has entered into a contract for the provision of residential, short break residential and mid-week education boarding provision for children with disabilities in Norfolk. This provision is for a 3 bedded full-time residential home, a 6 bedded facility providing residential short breaks and a further 6 bedded unit to provide mid-week education boarding. The mid-week education boarding facility will also provide residential short breaks during holiday periods and during the weekend.

Residential and Residential Short Breaks and Mid-Week Boarding Provision for Children with Disabilit

Norfolk County Council | Published April 28, 2017
Winner
Break Charity
cpvs
85311000

Norfolk County Council has entered into a contract for the provision of residential, short break residential and mid-week education boarding provision for children with disabilities in Norfolk. This provision is for a 3 bedded full-time residential home, a 6 bedded facility providing residential short breaks and a further 6 bedded unit to provide mid-week education boarding. The mid-week education boarding facility will also provide residential short breaks during holiday periods and during the weekend.

Residential, Residential Short Breaks and Mid-Week Boarding Provision for Children with Disabilities in Norfolk

Norfolk County Council | Published December 13, 2016  -  Deadline January 16, 2017
cpvs
85000000, 85100000, 98000000, 85320000, 85140000, 85144000, 85310000, 85300000, 85311000

Norfolk County Council wishes to enter into a contract for the provision of residential, short break residential and mid-week education boarding provision for children with disabilities in Norfolk. This provision is for a 2 bedded full-time residential home, a 6 bedded facility providing residential short breaks and a further 6 bedded unit to provide mid-week education boarding. The mid-week education boarding facility will also provide residential short breaks during holiday periods and from Friday night to Sunday afternoon.

Residential, Residential Short Breaks and Mid-Week Boarding Provision for Children with Disabilities

Norfolk County Council | Published December 13, 2016  -  Deadline January 16, 2017
cpvs
85000000, 85100000, 98000000, 85320000, 85140000, 85144000, 85310000, 85300000, 85311000

Norfolk County Council wishes to enter into a contract for the provision of residential, short break residential and mid-week education boarding provision for children with disabilities in Norfolk. This provision is for a 2 bedded full-time residential home, a 6 bedded facility providing residential short breaks and a further 6 bedded unit to provide mid-week education boarding. The mid-week education boarding facility will also provide residential short breaks during holiday periods and from Friday night to Sunday afternoon.

School catering services

The Yare Education Trust | Published February 22, 2017  -  Deadline March 24, 2017
cpvs
55524000

The Yare Education Trust is a collaborative group of school communities, formally partnering each other in a Multi Academy Trust.

The Trust schools are united in their vision for education in the communities they serve.

The Trust's aim is to ensure that every child within the community enjoys the best possible education. We believe that students should achieve academic success, but also that the educational experience that each child receives should include helping him or her to understand the need for respect and responsibility. Equally, we believe that a good education should include activities beyond the academic curriculum such as sport, fieldwork and educational visits.

Yare Education Trust at Dussindale Primary School, where there are full kitchen facilities, and Hillside Avenue Primary and Nursery School, where the meals are currently ‘delivered in’, however this situation is expected to change during the contract period.

The duration of the contract being offered is 2 years commencing on 1.8.2017 and concluding on 31.7.2019.

The contract being offered within this tender will be based on a guaranteed performance basis with all free issue requirements and hospitality being recharged on consumption at ‘net’ food cost only.

The contract value is estimated at 360 000 GBP p.a.

Framework Agreement for the provision of Specialist Advice and Associated Services.

Norfolk Community Health and Care NHS Trust | Published December 12, 2015  -  Deadline January 29, 2016
cpvs
85100000, 79400000, 72224000, 72221000, 73210000, 79419000

— Specialist advice and associated services to the trusts executive team on clinical and related business activities. — Suppliers operational staff must have clinical professional qualification and a higher education business qualification.

Framework Agreement for the provision of Specialist Advice and Associated Services.

Norfolk Community Health and Care NHS Trust | Published December 12, 2015  -  Deadline January 29, 2016
cpvs
85100000, 79400000, 72224000, 72221000, 73210000, 79419000

— Specialist advice and associated services to the trusts executive team on clinical and related business activities. — Suppliers operational staff must have clinical professional qualification and a higher education business qualification.

Internal Audit 2015

University of East Anglia | Published June 22, 2016
Winner
Price Waterhouse Cooper
cpvs
79212000, 79212200

The University of East Anglia (UEA) requires a service provider to supply an internal audit service in compliance with the Higher Education Funding Council for England's (HEFCE) Audit Code of Practice (circular 2004/27) and to conduct an independent appraisal of UEA's activities (excluding audit of academic provision), its financial systems and management controls.

Internal Audit 2015.

University of East Anglia | Published January 23, 2016  -  Deadline March 28, 2016
cpvs
79212000, 79212200

The University of East Anglia (UEA) requires a service provider to supply an internal audit service in compliance with the Higher Education Funding Council for England's (HEFCE) Audit Code of Practice (circular 2004/27) and to conduct an independent appraisal of UEA's activities (excluding audit of academic provision), its financial systems and management controls.

Norwich Heart Failure Specialist Nurses.

NHS NEL Commissioning Support Unit | Published April 14, 2015
Winner
Norfolk Community Health and Care NHS Trust
cpvs
85141200, 85121231, 85000000

Service model The services will be delivered by heart failure nurses, working with other professionals across a range of settings and organisations including General Practice and acute settings. The service will: — Provide expert clinical knowledge and skills in the management of patients with confirmed diagnosis of Heart Failure. — Develop joint clinics as required with GPSI/Community HFSN/Consultant Cardiologist including titration of medication providing a step up and step down service. — Develop support programme/groups to provide education and support to heart failure patients, including end of life issues in collaboration with palliative care team. — Improve multidisciplinary working/service. To devise a multidisciplinary service which is equitable and responsive to the needs of patients within tertiary, secondary and primary care settings with a suspected or confirmed diagnosis of chronic heart failure. — Provide education of heart failure to other members of healthcare teams within Primary and Secondary Care in order for clinicians to arrange for people with suspected heart failure to be offered appropriate investigations (for example ECG, BNP tests and echo) that will confirm or refute the diagnosis. For those in whom heart failure is confirmed, its cause should be identified and treatments most likely to both relieve their symptoms and reduce their risk of death should be offered. — Support and encourage adherence to recognised clinical guidelines among clinicians. — Establish care management plans with the patient. — Referral on patients for additional services.

Norwich Heart Failure Specialist Nurses.

NHS NELCSU | Published December 2, 2014  -  Deadline January 26, 2015
cpvs
85141200, 85121231

Service model The services will be delivered by heart failure nurses, working with other professionals across a range of settings and organisations including General Practice and acute settings. The service will: — Provide expert clinical knowledge and skills in the management of patients with confirmed diagnosis of Heart Failure. — Develop joint clinics as required with GPSI/Community HFSN/Consultant Cardiologist including titration of medication providing a step up and step down service. — Develop support programme/groups to provide education and support to heart failure patients, including end of life issues in collaboration with palliative care team. — Improve multidisciplinary working/service. To devise a multidisciplinary service which is equitable and responsive to the needs of patients within tertiary, secondary and primary care settings with a suspected or confirmed diagnosis of chronic heart failure. — Provide education of heart failure to other members of healthcare teams within Primary and Secondary Care in order for clinicians to arrange for people with suspected heart failure to be offered appropriate investigations (for example ECG, BNP tests and echo) that will confirm or refute the diagnosis. For those in whom heart failure is confirmed, its cause should be identified and treatments most likely to both relieve their symptoms and reduce their risk of death should be offered. — Support and encourage adherence to recognised clinical guidelines among clinicians. — Establish care management plans with the patient. — Referral on patients for additional services.

University of East Anglia Combined Heat and Power Engine Replacement Project — Tender Reference TO85

University of East Anglia | Published February 3, 2017
Winner
Cogenco Ltd (trading as Veolia Combined Heat & Power)
cpvs
31100000, 09323000, 45259000, 45350000

The UEA is a leading University situated in East Anglia United Kingdom and provides a high level of education for a variety of subjects. The University of East Anglia has a reputation for providing a high level of student satisfaction and has also been a pioneer in low carbon technologies one of which was the installation of 3 Combined Heat and Power (CHP) engines in 1999. These engines have now come to the end of their useful life and this opportunity relates to the replacement of the engines and their associated equipment. This includes installation, commissioning and subsequent maintenance. A separate project to remove the existing engines and make the necessary alterations to enable the installation of new engine is currently under-way and will be complete prior to commencement of this project.

The University of East Anglia (UEA) seeks to replace its gas CHP plant within Energy Centre 1 (main boiler House).

The work shall include the design and selection of CHP engines of a level that will provide the University the maximum return on investment for the next 10 years.