The project is the design and construction of a new Education Centre Building (250m2) within the Nursery area of the Sheffield Botanical Gardens following the Demolition of the existing demonstration classroom (100m2).
Health Education England working across the North wishes to engage an education provider to deliver an internship programme of research training to non-medical healthcare professionals, including nurses, mid-wifes and allied health professionals (AHPs)
As well as an educational component, the programme must provide learners with the experience of delivering research, and will be completed alongside the healthcare professional's current clinical role.
The main focus of these internships is on registered health professionals who do not already hold a research qualification and they are designed to provide an introduction to all aspects and roles across clinical academic research from trial design, data management through to undertaking research in a clinical environment.
The education provider will supply education and training including the management of the whole process from recruitment through to completion of programme.
Health Education North East (HENE) wishes to invite tenders from Universities and other suitable educational providers to join an educational framework agreement, becoming formal education partners to HENE in respect of the transformation of the current and future workforce for post registration education and training for the Nursing and Midwifery, Allied Health Professionals and Healthcare Science Workforce.
Health Education England (HEE) is looking to establish a framework of education providers for the delivery of CBTp training in order to meet the requirements of the report Achieving Access to Mental Health Services by 2020.
Sheffield City Council, on behalf of the City Wide Learning Body (CWLB), is inviting tenders for the provision of Sector Specialist Support – Education to support the CWLB in addressing their priorities of increasing the number of schools rated good and outstanding, and improving collaboration between schools.
The successful bidders will support the research and development function of the CWLB. The purpose of the support is to develop embed and champion the use of evidence, support effective and sustainable collaboration and improvement practice within Sheffield’s schools, and build the skills and knowledge of practitioners in these areas. Bidders’ proposals should be focused on delivering sustainable and effective practice, and should demonstrate how impact will be measured.
We are seeking to establish a Framework of three suppliers; we will call off the framework by seeking quotes for each new piece of work.