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Education and training services

Nottinghamshire County Council | Published March 25, 2017
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The Children and Families Act (2014) requires local authorities to provide children and young people with Special Educational Needs (SEN) or disabilities, and their parents and carers with information and advice about matters relating to their SEN or disabilities.

The SEN Code of Practice (2015) states that Information, Advice and Support (IASS) should be provided through a dedicated and easily identifiable service and should be impartial, confidential, accessible, and should have the capacity to handle face-to-face, telephone and electronic enquiries.

Following advice, from the Department for Education and the national Information Advice and Support (IAS) Network, for the need to establish a service fully independent of the Local Authority, consideration is being given to the optimum way to provide this service.

One option that is being considered is to include the Disagreement Resolution and Mediation services within the IASS service.

Training services

Nottinghamshire County Council | Published November 8, 2016  -  Deadline January 1, 2023
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Nottinghamshire County Council and Nottingham City Council are seeking to establish a Provider List, using a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) under the Light Touch regime of the Public Contracts regulations 2015, of organisations who are able to provide commissioned placements of children and young people with Alternative education (Provider)

These services will cover the requirements for placements of children and young people (Learners) made directly on behalf of Nottingham City Council, and Nottinghamshire County Council with additional scope to include local authority maintained Schools, or Free Schools and Academies (Contracting Authority) within Nottingham City, greater Nottinghamshire and surrounding areas if they wish to use it.

Nottinghamshire County Council and Nottingham City Council are seeking to establish a Provider List of organisations who are able to provide commissioned placements of children and young people with Alternative education (Provider) with additional scope to include local authority maintained Schools, or Free Schools and Academies (Contracting Authority) within Nottingham City, greater Nottinghamshire and surrounding areas if they wish to use it.

Providers that are successful in demonstrating that they are able to meet the Councils' standards, as set out in the service specification, will be added to the Provider List and will be subsequently invited to offer places that match the needs of the children and young people.

Information, Advice and Support Service (IASS) Soft Market testing

Nottinghamshire County Council | Published March 23, 2017
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The Children and Families Act (2014) requires local authorities to provide children and young people with Special Educational Needs (SEN) or disabilities, and their parents and carers with information and advice about matters relating to their SEN or disabilities. The SEN Code of Practice (2015) states that Information, Advice and Support (IASS) should be provided through a dedicated and easily identifiable service and should be impartial, confidential, accessible, and should have the capacity to handle face-to-face, telephone and electronic enquiries. Following advice, from the Department for Education and the national Information Advice and Support (IAS) Network, for the need to establish a service fully independent of the Local Authority, consideration is being given to the optimum way to provide this service. One option that is being considered is to include the Disagreement Resolution and Mediation services within the IASS service. We are requesting providers complete a short questionnaire that should be completed and returned to us by 12 noon on Thursday 13th April 2017. The information and insight we obtain from this will then support the development of a tendering exercise later in the year.
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