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Primary education services

North Lincolnshire Council | Published February 15, 2017  -  Deadline March 17, 2017
cpvs
80100000

North Lincolnshire council is inviting tenders for the provision of Bikeability and Bikeability Plus to a specified number of young people and adults as described in the accompanying documents. The successful tenderer will be responsible for delivering this service within North Lincolnshire, liaising closely with North Lincolnshire councils Road Safety Team.

Through this tender process the council is looking to supplement its' own cycling training scheme with the use of external contractors in order to enable a greater number of people to take part in cycling training.

Further information is available to download from the Tender documents available to download at http://www.yortender.co.uk The deadline for the submission of tenders is 12:00 noon 17.3.2017.

Secondary education services

North Lincolnshire Council | Published January 18, 2017
Winner
Bettercare Keys Ltd
cpvs
80200000, 85311300, 85312510, 80210000, 80212000, 80211000, 80490000, 80530000, 80531200, 80420000

Under regulation 72(c), the council will extend the current arrangement until 1.4.2018 whilst the impacts of changes of the future funding formula are reviewed.

The specialist placement service in an alternative learning environment based in Scunthorpe, focused on providing high quality learning, but also offering a nurturing environment that will help pupils to overcome personal challenges and, where possible, re-integrate into mainstream schooling. The nature of pupils requiring support includes KS3 secondary age pupils with a statement, requiring intensive support due to significant emotional/behavioural/social needs and KS4 secondary age pupils with challenging behaviour and/or social/emotional needs. These pupils are typically those who exhibit challenging behaviour and who schools are struggling to engage through remedial strategies’.

Primary education services

North Lincolnshire Council | Published May 4, 2017
Winner
First Step Sports t/a First Step Cycle
cpvs
80100000

For the provision of Bikeability and Bikeability Plus to a specified number of young people and adults. The successful tenderer will be responsible for delivering this service within North Lincolnshire, liaising closely with North Lincolnshire councils Road Safety Team.

For the provision of Bikeability and Bikeability Plus to a specified number of young people and adults. The successful tenderer will be responsible for delivering this service within North Lincolnshire, liaising closely with North Lincolnshire councils Road Safety Team.

Through this tender process the council is looking to supplement its' own cycling training scheme with the use of external contractors in order to enable a greater number of people to take part in cycling training.

Replacement of Boiler in the College Diner, Lindsey Building and HE Learning Resource Centre

 | Published May 27, 2016  -  Deadline July 18, 2016
cpvs
50700000

The College is looking to appoint a contractor to remove existing boiler plant, supply and install replacement boilers in the College Diner and HE LRC, Lindsey Building. Drawings and full specification of requirements is detailed within the ITT documents which can be accessed via the Colleges e tendering system - in-tend. To register for free please follow the link provided at the end of this page. 2. Background North Lindsey College is a medium size Further Education (FE) College located in Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire. The campus occupies a 33 acre site with 16 buildings. There are approximately 366 staff (FTE) 2,241 Full time students and 2,483 part time students ranging from 14-16, 16-18 and 19+ North Lindsey College offers Further Education programmes, both vocational and academic, Apprenticeship/Advanced Apprenticeship programmes, Adult Skills &, Programmes in Higher Education (HE) If you are unable to access the documents please contact Lisa Gadsby: 01724 294661. https://in-tendhost.co.uk/fe/aspx/Home

Dynamic Purchasing System for Long Term Taxi Services.

North Lincolnshire Borough Council | Published April 16, 2015  -  Deadline April 13, 2019
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60100000, 60000000, 60170000, 60171000, 60120000

North Lincolnshire Council is inviting requests to participate for a Dynamic Purchasing System for Long Term Taxi Services. Services requirements include contracts for education/home to school and long term taxi transport contracts. The duration of the Dynamic Purchasing System for Long Term Taxi Services is 24 months with the option to extend for two further periods of 12 months. It is envisaged that the total expenditure over the full 48 month duration will be c. 2 000 000 GBP. The Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) shall remain open for new requests to participate from suitable operators for its entire duration. Operators who meet the minimum selection criteria shall be admitted to the DPS and invited to further competitions as and when requirements for services are made. Further information on the DPS and the process for requesting to participate is available via http://www.yortender.co.uk. Operators may download and submit a Pre-Qualification Questionnaire via http://www.yortender.co.uk The council intends to run its first further competition in June/July 2015 for education transport contracts commencing September 2015, therefore the initial deadline for requests to participate for operators wishing to participate in the first further competition is 12:00 18.5.2015 thereafter requests to participate may be submitted any time up to 12:00 13.4.2019. This Dynamic Purchasing System is being run under the Restricted Procedure in accordance with PCR2015. The council is inviting interested operators to a market industry day on 1.5.2015. Further details are available via http://www.yortender.co.uk

Dynamic Purchasing System for Long Term Taxi Services.

North Lincolnshire Borough Council | Published April 16, 2015  -  Deadline April 13, 2019
cpvs
60100000, 60000000, 60170000, 60171000, 60120000

North Lincolnshire Council is inviting requests to participate for a Dynamic Purchasing System for Long Term Taxi Services. Services requirements include contracts for education/home to school and long term taxi transport contracts. The duration of the Dynamic Purchasing System for Long Term Taxi Services is 24 months with the option to extend for two further periods of 12 months. It is envisaged that the total expenditure over the full 48 month duration will be c. 2 000 000 GBP. The Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) shall remain open for new requests to participate from suitable operators for its entire duration. Operators who meet the minimum selection criteria shall be admitted to the DPS and invited to further competitions as and when requirements for services are made. Further information on the DPS and the process for requesting to participate is available via http://www.yortender.co.uk. Operators may download and submit a Pre-Qualification Questionnaire via http://www.yortender.co.uk The council intends to run its first further competition in June/July 2015 for education transport contracts commencing September 2015, therefore the initial deadline for requests to participate for operators wishing to participate in the first further competition is 12:00 18.5.2015 thereafter requests to participate may be submitted any time up to 12:00 13.4.2019. This Dynamic Purchasing System is being run under the Restricted Procedure in accordance with PCR2015. The council is inviting interested operators to a market industry day on 1.5.2015. Further details are available via http://www.yortender.co.uk

Humber University Technical College Leadership and Improvement Services.

Humber UTC | Published June 27, 2015
Winner
Outwood Grange Academies Trust
cpvs
75121000, 80000000, 80210000, 80200000

The Humber University Technical College (UTC) will open in September 2015 in the centre of Scunthorpe. The Humber UTC seeks an organisation to deliver School Leadership and Improvement Services throughout the pre-opening period and the first two years of operation. The contract will commence on 1.4.2015, will be of 3-years and 4-months duration and will be renewable annually. The aim is for the UTC to be a direct employer of all the required staff by the 3-year point. The contract is ‘not-for-profit’ and potential Suppliers must be prepared to provide full open book details of their costs in delivering the service. The only costs that will be admissible are direct and associated on-costs. The Contractor shall provide executive support and staff, as agreed and specified in the ITT, to discharge the Contractor's obligations. The majority of the work will be carried out at the UTC (once built) but duties may be undertaken at other places. In particular, prior to completion of the UTC building (expected in September 2015) the requirements may be undertaken from the contractor's facilities. The Contractor, acting through its staff will function at a strategic, operational and management level and will report to the Chair of Humber UTC, through the Governing Body. Areas of work for the Contractor include: — Acting in partnership with the Governing Body in terms of strategic, operational and managerial control, and conduct of the UTC during the Term; — Identifying, recruiting (in partnership with the Governing Body), managing and working with the Leadership Team at the UTC to build their capacity to take responsibility for their own continuous improvement; — Developing the UTC as a self-evaluating institution which provides world class education to its students and the wider community. The general duties of the Contractor will be to provide advice and assistance to the Governing Body in relation to the conduct of the UTC, including: — Provision of specific roles to support the transition and operation of the UTC; — Supporting the appointment of the Principal (including any Interim/Acting Principal); — Coordinating and supporting the work of the Principal; — Enabling students to achieve outstanding results at all levels; — Developing the UTC as a high ‘value-added’ school; — Supporting the recruitment, retention and development of the best teachers, classroom assistants and education support staff; — Assisting with the development of best practice in all school policies and procedures; — Supporting the recruitment of students; — Assisting with raising the status of the UTC in the eyes of the community; — Assisting students in fulfilling their academic potential in relation to their prior attainment; — Determining whether the UTC has the appropriate ICT infrastructure to meet the needs of the students and staff and to making proposals for any additional provision as may be considered appropriate; — Assisting with the development of the training and development programme for all teaching and other staff; — Supporting the UTC in offering an appropriate and relevant curriculum to all learners. Specific contractual requirements: — Executive support and advice to the UTC and curriculum quality oversight in priority subject areas (specifically STEM subjects) through the provision of the following staff: — Acting Principal (5 days per week). Qualified teacher status in a core subject and SLT experience; — Finance Manager (approx. 1 day per week). Professional qualification in business management or accountancy (at graduate level) ACA, CIMA, CIPFA, ACCA or equivalent; — Deputy Principal (approx. 1 day per week). Qualified teacher status and SLT experience; — Head of Engineering (approx. 1 day per week). Degree and Qualified Teacher Status (QTS / QTLS) or Certificate in Education / PGCE / DTLLS qualification. Professional qualifications relevant to subject area. Assessor Award / Internal Verifier Award; — Marketing Manager (approx. 1 day per week). Marketing qualification, to include a marketing degree or CIM certificate or CIM or IDM diploma or similar. The incumbents of the above positions are to be approved by the UTC Board prior to contract signature. Bidders are to provide CV details for the personnel expected to fill the positions and are to be prepared for the Board to call forward the individuals for interview. In addition the following support will be required on an ad hoc basis, as agreed by the UTC Board: — Curriculum Directors — subject specific improvement and intervention; — ICT — to provide operational direction and implementation of new network and systems; — Estates — to provide operational and strategic building and estates plan implementation; — HR — to provide advice and support in relation to staffing issues. Recruitment and planning; — Other teaching staff that may be required from time to time to support the delivery of the curriculum.

Humber University Technical College Leadership and Improvement Services.

Humber UTC | Published January 31, 2015  -  Deadline March 13, 2015
cpvs
75121000, 80000000, 80210000, 80200000

The Humber University Technical College (UTC) will open in September 2015 in the centre of Scunthorpe. The Humber UTC seeks an organisation to deliver School Leadership and Improvement Services throughout the pre-opening period and the 1st 2-years of operation. The contract will commence on 1.4.2015, will be of 3-years and 4-months duration and will be renewable annually. The aim is for the UTC to be a direct employer of all the required staff by the 3-year point. The contract is ‘not-for-profit' and potential Suppliers must be prepared to provide full open book details of their costs in delivering the service. The only costs that will be admissible are direct and associated on-costs. The Contractor shall provide executive support and staff, as agreed and specified in the ITT, to discharge the Contractor's obligations. The majority of the work will be carried out at the UTC (once built) but duties may be undertaken at other places. In particular, prior to completion of the UTC building (expected in September 2015) the requirements may be undertaken from the contractor's facilities. The Contractor, acting through its staff will function at a strategic, operational and management level and will report to the Chair of Humber UTC, through the Governing Body. Areas of work for the Contractor include: — Acting in partnership with the Governing Body in terms of strategic, operational and managerial control, and conduct of the UTC during the Term. — Identifying, recruiting (in partnership with the Governing Body), managing and working with the Leadership Team at the UTC to build their capacity to take responsibility for their own continuous improvement. — Developing the UTC as a self-evaluating institution which provides world class education to its students and the wider community. The general duties of the Contractor will be to provide advice and assistance to the Governing Body in relation to the conduct of the UTC, including: — Provision of specific roles to support the transition and operation of the UTC. — Supporting the appointment of the Principal (including any Interim/Acting Principal). — Coordinating and supporting the work of the Principal. — Enabling students to achieve outstanding results at all levels. — Developing the UTC as a high ‘value-added' school. — Supporting the recruitment, retention and development of the best teachers, classroom assistants and education support staff. — Assisting with the development of best practice in all school policies and procedures. — Supporting the recruitment of students. — Assisting with raising the status of the UTC in the eyes of the community. — Assisting students in fulfilling their academic potential in relation to their prior attainment. — Determining whether the UTC has the appropriate ICT infrastructure to meet the needs of the students and staff and to making proposals for any additional provision as may be considered appropriate. — Assisting with the development of the training and development programme for all teaching and other staff. — Supporting the UTC in offering an appropriate and relevant curriculum to all learners. Specific contractual requirements: — Executive support and advice to the UTC and curriculum quality oversight in priority subject areas (specifically STEM subjects) through the provision of the following staff: — Acting Principal (5 days per week). Qualified teacher status in a core subject and SLT experience. — Finance Manager (approx. 1 day per week). Professional qualification in business management or accountancy (at graduate level) ACA, CIMA, CIPFA, ACCA or equivalent. — Deputy Principal (approx. 1 day per week). Qualified teacher status and SLT experience. — Head of Engineering (approx. 1 day per week). Degree and Qualified Teacher Status (QTS / QTLS) or Certificate in Education / PGCE / DTLLS qualification. Professional qualifications relevant to subject area. Assessor Award / Internal Verifier Award. — Marketing Manager (approx. 1 day per week). Marketing qualification, to include a marketing degree or CIM certificate or CIM or IDM diploma or similar. The incumbents of the above positions are to be approved by the UTC Board prior to contract signature. Bidders are to provide CV details for the personnel expected to fill the positions and are to be prepared for the Board to call forward the individuals for interview. In addition the following support will be required on an ad hoc basis, as agreed by the UTC Board: — Curriculum Directors — subject specific improvement and intervention. — ICT — to provide operational direction and implementation of new network and systems. — Estates — to provide operational and strategic building and estates plan implementation. — HR — to provide advice and support in relation to staffing issues. Recruitment and planning. — Other teaching staff that may be required from time to time to support the delivery of the curriculum.

Health and social work services

North Lincolnshire Council | Published March 21, 2017  -  Deadline April 24, 2017
cpvs
85000000, 85100000, 85300000, 85312320

North Lincolnshire Council and NHS North Lincolnshire CCG is seeking to appoint a suitably experienced organisation to provide a Specialist Therapeutic Service within North Lincolnshire.

The aim of the service is to provide a multi-disciplinary, evidence-driven therapeutic service to children and young people up-to the age of 18 who are experiencing functional difficulties related to their trauma, as a result of significant harm (including sexual, physical and emotional harm and/or abuse, neglect, domestic abuse and CSE) with the aim to minimise the short and long-term effects of this abuse.

Further information is available to download via www.yortender.co.uk

North Lincolnshire Council and NHS North Lincolnshire CCG is seeking to appoint a suitably experienced organisation to provide a Specialist Therapeutic Service within North Lincolnshire.

The aim of the service is to provide a multi-disciplinary, evidence-driven therapeutic service to children and young people up-to the age of 18 who are experiencing functional difficulties related to their trauma, as a result of significant harm (including sexual, physical and emotional harm and/or abuse, neglect, domestic abuse and CSE) with the aim to minimise the short and long-term effects of this abuse.

Key Service Outcomes are as follows:

Children and young people's functional and behavioural difficulties related to the trauma as a result of significant harm are reduced.

The long-term negative consequences of abuse and/or neglect on children and young people are reduced.

Key staff in universal and targeted Children Services feel confident in their ability to support children who have been subject to sexual, physical, emotional, domestic abuse, neglect and CSE.

Non-abusing parents are enabled to support the child or young person through education and support.

Children remain local and / or placement / family stability are actively encouraged.

Children and young people's educational attendance and attainment are promoted.

Children, young people and their families / carers needs are met and they are satisfied with the interventions they receive.

Further information is available to download via www.yortender.co.uk

Provision of an Integrated 5-19 years Schools Nursing Service including Vaccination and Immunisation

North Lincolnshire Borough Council | Published April 2, 2015
Winner
Rotherham, Doncaster and Siugh Humber NHS Foundation Trust
cpvs
85000000, 33651000, 33650000, 80410000, 85312310

There is commitment across North Lincolnshire to work in a more integrated way, including moving to integrated locality-based services for 0-19 year olds and their families. It is anticipated that the provider of the School Nursing Service will work within this integrated service model to deliver the Healthy Child Programme (HCP) for 5-19 year olds in line with 'Getting it right for children, young people and families' (DH, 2012). The service will work to ensure that children and young people are Safe, that they and their families are Supported, and their lives are Transformed for the better. In line with national and local ambitions and outcomes, the service will operate under 6 key principles: 1. Integrated. 2. Visible. 3. Accessible. 4. Confidential and Co-designed. 5. Early Help and Support. 6. Tiered approach. The vision is that the integrated service will maximise uptake of vaccinations and immunisations for 5-19 year olds. This will include children who are not in school settings and the vulnerable and hard to reach groups. The service needs to be accessible, acceptable and adaptable to ensure that both client and commissioning needs can be met. It is expected that the new service will achieve the best health and well-being outcomes for all children and young people outlined above via a programme of screening, health and development reviews, health promotion, targeted direct work with children, young people and their families, and parenting guidance tailored to individual risks and protective factors. It is also expected that the service will adapt to meet the needs of any amendments to current immunisations and additional programmes in agreement with the Commissioner e.g. childhood flu. The service should be available and accessible at times and locations that meet the needs of children and young people. A child or young person may self-refer, be referred by their family, or by another professional as part of an open access model. The primary location for delivery will be school or education settings. However, children and young people should be offered a choice of locations which best meets their needs e.g. community centres, youth groups, general practice, hospital settings to those children who are not attending school at the time of the immunisation programme and, where appropriate, at home.
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