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HMP Stafford-Cost Consultant & CDMC-Education & Chapel Roof-BPRN 2430

Ministry of Justice (MoJ) Estates Capacity Procurement | Published November 14, 2014
Winner
WT Partnership 7 Eastgate, Leeds, West Yorkshire, lS2 7LY
cpvs
44000000

HMP Stafford-Cost Consultant & CDMC-Education & Chapel Roof-BPRN 2430

Education and training services

Staffordshire County Council | Published May 6, 2017
cpvs
80000000, 80400000

Staffordshire County Council's Skills and Employability Service is seeking to diversify its provision and to align its offer more closely to the Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire Local Enterprise Partnership priorities and particularly the STEM priority sector.

The tender process will commence on/around 1.7.2017, preceded by a Provider Event on 28.6.2017. The event will provide more detail on the project as well as a chance to meet with the tender team. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions prior to the tender being published.

If you wish to attend the event, to be held in Stafford on Wednesday, 28.6.2017, please contact Grace Holford (grace.holford@staffordshire.gov.uk) and book a place. Please note that there is a limit of three places per organisation.

It is likely that this procurement will be divided into eight Lots, based on the eight Districts within Staffordshire. However, at this stage the exact distribution of the Lots has yet to be decided.

Providers with capacity and capability to deliver provision in the STEM sector will be invited to bid for funding to deliver preparatory programmes to engage adults with a particular focus on adults from disadvantaged groups and/or districts within Staffordshire. The programmes should enable the learners to progress to a trainee-ship, an apprenticeship, an accredited programme at level 1 or 2, work experience or employment in a STEM vocational area. It is envisaged that most learners will have few or no previous qualifications or alternatively hold historical skills and experience and wish to undertake a refresher programme to progress in the sector. The programme content could include the development of basic skills in a STEM vocational area, study skills, English, maths and IT, depending on assessed learner need. The suggested programme length for non-accredited programmes is between 30 and 60 guided learning hours. Providers can also bid to deliver accredited programmes which are listed on the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) learning aims database and must comply with the relevant awarding body requirements. Key performance indicators for all programmes will include the percentage of learners achieved and the percentage progressed to a successful outcome as detailed above.

Funding

Non-accredited programmes will be funded at the rate of 15 GBP per learner hour. Funding earned for the delivery of accredited programmes will be in accordance with the funding rates listed on the ESFA learning aims database. A management charge of 15 % will be deducted from the total funding earned from delivery of accredited programmes. Providers can opt to deliver accredited or non-accredited programmes only or a mix of both. In 2017-18 an allocation of 200 000 GBP is available for the non-accredited programme offer and a total allocation of 150 000 GBP is available for the accredited programme offer.

Essential Requirements

There is a requirement for all successful providers to comply with:

— ESFA funding rules 2017-2018,

— Quality standards set out in the Ofsted common inspection framework,

— Awarding body guidance and regulations (for accredited programmes),

— The Skills and Employability Service's performance and quality monitoring processes and approaches,

— The Skills and Employability Service's data collection and submission requirements,

— The Staffordshire County Council's safeguarding arrangements.

Providers are also expected to have and maintain robust processes for internal quality assurance and improvement.

The full specification, provider guidance and quality framework which will detail all compliance requirements will be available at a later date.

Successful providers will provide a comprehensive and high quality STEM vocational programme for adults with a particular focus on adults from disadvantaged groups and/or districts within Staffordshire, with the aim of increasing further learning and employment opportunities for Staffordshire residents.

PC555 — Framework Agreement for the Provision of Transportation of Service Users (Childrens and Adults) Services.

Integrated Transport and Planning — Staffordshire County Council | Published July 22, 2015
Winner
Awarded to 250+ Operators — Names and Addresses can be supplied on request
cpvs
60100000, 60171000, 60172000, 60120000

The contracts is the appointment of a number of suitably licensed Hackney Carriage, Private Hire and PSV operators to a framework agreement to provide Staffordshire County Council with passenger transport services across Staffordshire. The transport required will be for adults and children in mainstream education, older people, adults and children with special educational needs, learning disabilities, physical and sensory disabilities and mental health issues.

PC555 — Framework Agreement for the Provision of Transportation of Service Users (Childrens and Adul

Staffordshire County Council | Published July 22, 2015
Winner
Awarded to 250+ Operators — Names and Addresses can be supplied on request
cpvs
60100000, 60171000, 60172000, 60120000

The contracts is the appointment of a number of suitably licensed Hackney Carriage, Private Hire and PSV operators to a framework agreement to provide Staffordshire County Council with passenger transport services across Staffordshire. The transport required will be for adults and children in mainstream education, older people, adults and children with special educational needs, learning disabilities, physical and sensory disabilities and mental health issues.

Educational software package

Staffordshire University | Published May 12, 2016
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Educational software package

Community Based Short Breaks — 1st Call-Off

Staffordshire County Council | Published June 16, 2016
Winner
Action for Blind People, Caudwell Children, Chase Aqua Rural Enterprise, Sport Across Staffordshire, Staffordshire Wildlife Trust, Action for Children, Chuckle Productions, Core Assets Children's Services, Crossroads Care Staffordshire, Wigan Leisure and Culture Trust, Kids West Midlands, Progress Care Solutions
cpvs
85000000, 85312120

Staffordshire County Council (The Council) has established a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) and appointed a range of providers who are able to provide meaningful, effective and innovative Community Based Short Break Opportunities for parents and carers of children and young people with Special Education Needs and/or disabilities (SEND) aged 0-25 years.

The Council has undertaken an initial call-off exercise under the DPS to appoint providers to deliver services for the period 1.4.2016 to 31.3.2017. The 1st ‘call off’ opportunity was published in January 2016. The next call-off is unlikely to occur until December 2016.

This notice fulfils our requirement to publish the outcome of a DPS call-off under the terms of the European Regulations and PCR 2015.

PC582 — Framework for the provision of service, maintenance and monitoring of intruder alarm systems.

Staffordshire County Council | Published March 10, 2016
Winner
Chubb Fire & Security Ltd
cpvs
31625300, 79711000, 35121700

Staffordshire County Council is looking to select a suitable supplier to undertake a Framework agreement to cover the ongoing maintenance and monitoring requirements for Intruder Alarm systems within all establishments under the administration of Staffordshire County Council. These properties include Education, Social Services, Library, Police and Fire Authority properties.

The framework shall be for the provision of all labour, material, transport, etc. for the maintenance and monitoring of Intruder Alarm systems including Alarm Panels, Batteries, Detectors, Contacts, Bells, Sirens and Communicators, etc. in Staffordshire County Council establishments as detailed in the tender schedule. Alarm monitoring shall include Intruder, Fire, Police Authority and general environmental alarm monitoring.

Essentially the purpose is to ensure that all intruder alarm systems under the administration of Staffordshire County Council are maintained and monitored and operate as intended. All works to be carried out in accordance with the current British / European Standards, including BSEN 50131 and BS 8243: 2010 Codes of Practice and the requirements of Staffordshire County Councils tender specification.

PC582 — Framework for the provision of service, maintenance and monitoring of intruder alarm systems.

Staffordshire County Council | Published April 14, 2015  -  Deadline May 8, 2015
cpvs
31625300, 79711000, 35121700

Staffordshire County Council is looking to select a suitable supplier to undertake a Framework agreement to cover the on-going maintenance and monitoring requirements for Intruder Alarm systems within all establishments under the administration of Staffordshire County Council. These properties include Education, Social Services, Library, Police and Fire Authority properties. The framework shall be for the provision of all labour, material, transport etc. for the maintenance and monitoring of Intruder Alarm systems including Alarm Panels, Batteries, Detectors, Contacts, Bells, Sirens, and Communicators etc. in Staffordshire County Council establishments as detailed in the tender schedule. Alarm monitoring shall include Intruder, Fire, Police Authority, and general environmental alarm monitoring. Essentially the purpose is to ensure that all intruder alarm systems under the administration of Staffordshire County Council are maintained and monitored and operate as intended. All works to be carried out in accordance with the current British / European Standards, including BSEN 50131 and BS 8243: 2010 Codes of Practice and the requirements of Staffordshire County Councils tender specification.

Framework Agreement for the Supply, Delivery and Installation of Furniture, Apparatus and Equipment to Educational Establishments

Staffordshire County Council | Published April 29, 2016
Winner
YPO
cpvs
39160000, 39162000

The Framework Agreement is for the supply, delivery and Installation of furniture, apparatus and equipment to educational establishments which includes but is not limited to; desks, chairs, pedestals, tambour units, meeting room furniture, outdoor and first aid equipment on an ad-hoc basis as and when required by the County Council, Schools and Academies in Staffordshire.

Framework Agreement for the Supply, Delivery and Installation of Furniture, Apparatus and Equipment to Educational Establishments.

Staffordshire County Council | Published February 18, 2016  -  Deadline March 21, 2016
cpvs
39160000, 33192000, 39130000, 39100000, 39134000, 39142000, 39150000, 39155000, 39156000, 39153000, 39162000

The Framework Agreement is for the supply, delivery and Installation of furniture, apparatus and equipment to educational establishments which includes but is not limited to: desks, chairs, pedestals, tambour units, meeting room furniture, outdoor and 1st aid equipment on an ad hoc basis as and when required by the County Council, Schools and Academies in Staffordshire.

Short Breaks Commissioning.

Staffordshire County Council | Published November 4, 2015  -  Deadline March 31, 2018
cpvs
85000000, 85312120

Staffordshire County Council (The Council) is seeking to appoint a range of providers who are able to provide meaningful, effective and innovative Community Based Short Break Opportunities for parents and carers of children and young people with Special Education Needs and/or disabilities (SEND) aged 0-25 years. The Council is proposing to appoint providers through the establishment of a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS). Providers may apply to join the DPS at any time during its life and any provider who achieves the scoring thresholds defined in the PQQ will be appointed to the DPS. The Council will undertake its first evaluation of PQQs after 1.12.2015 for providers to be placed on the DPS. Thereafter, any applications received will be evaluated as they arrive. It is anticipated that the first ‘call off’ opportunity will be published in mid-December 2015. The next call-off is unlikely to occur until December 2016. Full details of the anticipated process are contained within the PQQ and the tender documents. The Council is committed to ensuring there is a fair and equitable distribution of a broad range of Community Based Short Break Opportunities across Staffordshire in its entirety, thus providing all parents and carers of children and young people with SEND the opportunity to access a meaningful Short Break opportunity. The DPS contract between the Provider and the Council for the provision of Community Based Short Break Opportunities will be initially 24 months in length, with two further optional 12 month extension periods, subject to the provision of available funding and the strategic priorities of the Council.

Short Breaks Commissioning.

Staffordshire County Council | Published November 4, 2015  -  Deadline March 31, 2018
cpvs
85000000, 85312120, 85000000, 85312120, 85000000, 85312120, 85000000, 85312120

Staffordshire County Council (The Council) is seeking to appoint a range of providers who are able to provide meaningful, effective and innovative Community Based Short Break Opportunities for parents and carers of children and young people with Special Education Needs and/or disabilities (SEND) aged 0-25 years. The Council is proposing to appoint providers through the establishment of a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS). Providers may apply to join the DPS at any time during its life and any provider who achieves the scoring thresholds defined in the PQQ will be appointed to the DPS. The Council will undertake its first evaluation of PQQs after 1.12.2015 for providers to be placed on the DPS. Thereafter, any applications received will be evaluated as they arrive. It is anticipated that the first ‘call off’ opportunity will be published in mid-December 2015. The next call-off is unlikely to occur until December 2016. Full details of the anticipated process are contained within the PQQ and the tender documents. The Council is committed to ensuring there is a fair and equitable distribution of a broad range of Community Based Short Break Opportunities across Staffordshire in its entirety, thus providing all parents and carers of children and young people with SEND the opportunity to access a meaningful Short Break opportunity. The DPS contract between the Provider and the Council for the provision of Community Based Short Break Opportunities will be initially 24 months in length, with two further optional 12 month extension periods, subject to the provision of available funding and the strategic priorities of the Council.

PC555 — Framework Agreement for the Provision of Transportation of Service Users (Childrens and Adul

Staffordshire County Council | Published March 24, 2015  -  Deadline April 21, 2015
cpvs
60100000, 60170000, 60120000, 60171000, 60172000

This procurement exercise is to appoint a number of suitably licensed Hackney Carriage, Private Hire and PSV operators to a framework agreement to provide Staffordshire County Council with passenger transport services across Staffordshire. The transport required will be for adults and children in mainstream education, older people, adults and children with special educational needs, learning disabilities, physical and sensory disabilities and mental health issues. This is an electronic tender. All requests for information to be sent through the electronic tendering portal and message facility on the Proactis electronic tendering system. How to register: 1. Instructions at http://www.staffordshire.gov.uk/business/procurement/etendering/ 2. follow the link to Proactis E- Tendering (http://staffordshire.alito.co.uk). On the main page click SUPPLIERS the (new user) REGISTER links. 3.Complete the self registration questions and click the Register button. 4. You will receive a confirmation e-mail with an authentication link (this email may find its way to your trash/junk email account — so please check). 5. Confirm the authentication then log into Proactos SUPPLIERS — side. 6. Search the bulletin board for the tender using key words, search criteria etc. 7. Once found, click on the (blue) contract title to register interest against an active tender. 8. Click the REGISTER button and then CONTINUE. 9. The tender will now be in the MY TENDERS profile area on the main menu. 10. Find the READ ME FIRST document and continue with managing the tender. If you require urgent assistance regarding the initial usage of the e Tendering package please contact the Contracting Authority point of contact, please immediately email transportcontracts@staffordshire.gov.uk with the nature of the difficulty.

The provision of Self-Advocacy for Young People and Adults with a Learning Disability and/or Autistic Spectrum Condition and/or with Special Educational Needs or Disabilities.

Staffordshire Procurement — People | Published January 22, 2016
Winner
Asist
cpvs
85300000, 98000000

Staffordshire County Council invited tenders for the provision of Self-Advocacy.

The purpose of the Service is to enable people who reside in the county of Staffordshire and who are also aged fourteen (14) years and over with a Learning Disability and/or Autistic Spectrum Condition and/or aged fourteen (14) to twenty five (25) years with special educational needs or disabilities (SEND) to speak up for themselves and on behalf of others about the things that are important to them.

The objective of the Service is to facilitate a user led service, with local groups that look at local issues, where people with disabilities are (and feel that they are) listened to. The service will facilitate opportunities to be involved and speak up about projects that the Council and NHS are working on and to be kept informed about how their input has shaped the project. There will be Focus Groups on topics of the client groups' choice and opportunities to link up with other client groups and Self-Advocacy groups. The service will use plain language with no jargon or big words and will facilitate alternative ways to express opinions for example (but not limited to) Makaton. The service will ensure timely and accessible communication between groups and the service.

The service will arrange meetings at a suitable time, day and frequency chosen by the client groups, in accessible locations and with consideration of the needs of the clients (e.g. Transport).

The service will also offer 1-to-1 support sessions so individuals who are not confident in a group session can drop in to discuss specific issues; there will be peer support groups and advocacy buddies to learn from others and offer understanding and support.

The provision of Self-Advocacy for Young People and Adults with a Learning Disability and/or Autistic Spectrum Condition and/or with Special Educational Needs or Disabilities.

Staffordshire Procurement | Published October 21, 2015  -  Deadline November 20, 2015
cpvs
85300000, 98000000

Staffordshire County Council wishes to invite tenders for the provision of Self Advocacy. The purpose of the Service is to enable people who reside in the county of Staffordshire and who are also aged 14 years and over with a Learning Disability and/or Autistic Spectrum Condition and/or aged 14 to 25 years with special educational needs or disabilities (SEND) to speak up for themselves and on behalf of others about the things that are important to them. The objective of the Service is to facilitate a user led service, with local groups that look at local issues; where people with disabilities are (and feel that they are) listened to. The service will facilitate opportunities to be involved and speak up about projects that the Council and NHS are working on and to be kept informed about how their input has shaped the project. There will be Focus Groups on topics of the client groups' choice and opportunities to link up with other client groups and self advocacy groups. The service will use plain language with no jargon or big words and will facilitate alternative ways to express opinions for example (but not limited to) Makaton. The service will ensure timely and accessible communication between groups and the service. The service will arrange meetings at a suitable time, day and frequency chosen by the client groups, in accessible locations and with consideration of the needs of the clients (e.g. transport). The service will also offer one to one support sessions so individuals who are not confident in a group session can drop in to discuss specific issues; there will be peer support groups and advocacy buddies to learn from others and offer understanding and support. If you are interested in tendering for this opportunity, it is essential that you register your interest on the following website: — http://www.staffordshire.alito.co.uk/ Please note: — This notice is a call for competition in accordance with Directive 2014/24/EU Article 48(2). — Variant bids are not accepted. — This contract is not a DPS. — This contract is not a framework. The Contract period is for 3 years from 1.4.2016 to 31.3.2018 with the option to extend for 1 year (1.4.2018 to 31.3.2019) and the option to extend for a further 1 year (1.4.2019 to 31.3.2020). The contract reference is SCHLD00112.

SCHG00130 Lot 3 Framework Agreement for Domiciliary Care for Children with a disability and Children and Young People with a special educational need or disability (SEND) aged 0-18.

Staffordshire Procurement | Published June 9, 2015
Winner
Progress Adult Living Service LLP
cpvs
85300000, 85310000, 85312000, 85320000, 98000000

Framework Agreement for Domiciliary Care for Children with a disability and Children and Young People with a special educational need or disability (SEND) aged 0-18.

STEM Preparatory Programme

Staffordshire County Council | Published July 7, 2017  -  Deadline August 4, 2017
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80000000

Staffordshire County Council is advertising this opportunity under the auspices of the Light Touch Regime. This opportunity is voluntarily being advertised in the Official Journal of the European Union and the Council does not undertake to follow the requirements of the procedures described in Chapter 2, Section 3 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015. Providers with capacity and capability to deliver provision in the STEM sector are invited to bid for funding to deliver preparatory programmes to engage adults with a particular focus on adults from disadvantaged groups and/or districts within Staffordshire. The programmes should enable the learners to progress to a traineeship, an apprenticeship, an accredited programme at level 1 or 2, work experience or employment in a STEM vocational area. It is envisaged that most learners will have few or no previous qualifications or alternatively hold historical skills and experience and wish to undertake a refresher programme to progress in the sector. The programme content could include the development of basic skills in a STEM vocational area study skills, English, maths and IT, depending on assessed learner need. The suggested programme length for non-accredited programmes is between 30 and 60 guided learning hours. Providers can also bid to deliver accredited programmes which are listed on the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) learning aims database and must comply with the relevant awarding body requirements. Key performance indicators for all programmes will include the percentage of learners achieved and the percentage progressed to a successful outcome as detailed above. Funding Non-accredited programmes will be funded at the rate of 15 GBP per learner hour. Funding earned for the delivery of accredited programmes will be in accordance with the funding rates listed on the ESFA learning aims database. A management charge of 15 % will be deducted from the total funding earned from delivery of accredited programmes. Providers can opt to deliver accredited or non-accredited programmes only or a mix of both. In 2017-18 an allocation of 200 000 GBP is available for the non-accredited programme offer and a total allocation of 150 000 GBP is available for the accredited programme offer. There is a requirement for all successful providers to comply with: - ESFA funding rules 2017-2018, - Quality standards set out in the Ofsted common inspection framework, - Awarding body guidance and regulations (for accredited programmes), - The Skills and Employability Service's performance and quality monitoring processes and approaches, - The Skills and Employability Service's data collection and submission requirements, - The Staffordshire County Council's safeguarding arrangements. Providers are also expected to have and maintain robust processes for internal quality assurance and improvement. Successful providers will provide a comprehensive and high quality STEM vocational programme for adults with a pa
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