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Must Farm Education and Outreach

 | Published June 2, 2016
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80000000

Education and Outreach programme for Must Farm Site

Education and training services

UKSBS Shared Business Services | Published August 12, 2015  -  Deadline September 18, 2015
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80000000, 80510000, 80570000

Education and training services

Education and training services

UK Shared Business Services Ltd | Published November 12, 2014  -  Deadline December 11, 2014
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80000000, 79952000, 80500000, 80510000, 80511000, 80520000, 80521000, 80522000, 80530000, 80532000, 22000000, 22100000, 22458000, 22150000

Education and training services

Education and training services

Ministry of Defence, C&C, C&C | Published November 23, 2016  -  Deadline January 5, 2017
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80000000

The Defence Academy is seeking a Prime Contractor to provide a cadre of Associate Trainers who will enhance the current Business Schools College (BSC) functions to provide practitioner level training as and when demand for training dictates and on the basis of an annual rolling requirement.

The Business Schools College (BSC) of the Defence Academy (DA) provides business skills training and education across the following key functions: Capability and Acquisition Management, Logistics, Safety, Quality, P3M and Finance.

A Prime Contractor is required to provide a cadre of Associate Trainers to provide practitioner level training as and when demand for training dictates and on the basis of an annual rolling programme.

The existing BSC internal team of trainers has been delivering courses for the Commercial Function, however due to significant expansion in the Requirement there is a need to bring in associate trainers with specialist knowledge commensurate with the MOD Commercial Professionalism Programme at Practitioner and Expert level.

In addition, the Prime Contractor is also required to provide Associate Trainers to design, develop and deliver courses alongside in a number of functions including: Capability and Acquisition Management, Logistics, Safety, Quality, P3M and Finance. These associates will be supplied on a call-off basis to deliver on demand driven portfolio of courses. The associates will design, deliver and develop courses, against a range of outputs, alongside BSC staff and will deliver the non-MOD contextualised training.

The Associate Trainers will be tasked on a Call-off basis and they will be given an eight week notice period prior to delivery and they will work in support of an annual rolling programme, which will be updated on a 3 monthly basis.

The Prime Contractor will explain in detail how they will manage the Associate database and ensure the right people are acquired to perform the required tasks. The Prime Contractor will also describe the process which will be implemented to enable the Authority to confirm the right individuals have been allocated to each task.

The Associate Trainers will be required to support Technology Enhanced Learning where applicable to the Training and Education portfolio and Business Skills College portfolio.

UK SBS RE140182BIS Vocation Education Research Centre.

UK Shared Business Services Ltd (UK SBS) | Published May 23, 2015
Winner
The London School of Economics and Political Science
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79315000, 79330000

UK Shared Business Services Ltd as the Contracting Authority is putting in place a contract for the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills. BIS invite proposals for a research centre which will, for the first time, bring an analytical and experimental capacity together to improve Vocational Education (VE) policy. It will cover analysis, testing, evaluation and adoption. Our vision is that it will undertake innovative, state of the art analyses of linked administrative datasets and other research data to improve our understanding of VE in terms of both policy and practice and in the link to wider economic and social outcomes.

UK SBS RE140182BIS Vocation Education Research Centre.

UK Shared Business Services Ltd | Published October 1, 2014  -  Deadline October 24, 2014
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79315000, 73100000, 73110000, 73120000, 79310000, 79311000, 79312000, 79313000, 79314000, 79311400, 79311410, 79300000, 79320000, 79330000

UK Shared Business Services Ltd as the Contracting Authority is putting in place a contract for the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills. BIS invite proposals for a research centre which will, for the first time, bring an analytical and experimental capacity together to improve Vocational Education (VE) policy. It will cover analysis, testing, evaluation and adoption. Our vision is that it will undertake innovative, state of the art analyses of linked administrative datasets and other research data to improve our understanding of VE in terms of both policy and practice and in the link to wider economic and social outcomes.

Education and training services

Ministry of Defence, C&C, C&C | Published March 18, 2017  -  Deadline April 18, 2017
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80000000

An Academic Provider is required to design and deliver a MBA based learning and development pathway for senior commercial professionals across Government, with a focus on Government Commercial electives and for which the dissertation/final project must be based on procurement leadership and strategy.

The Business Skills College (BSC) of the Defence Academy (DA) provides business skills training and education across five key functions: Capability and Acquisition Management, Logistics, Safety, Quality, P3M and Finance. The BSC provides 200 courses ranging from e-learning, awareness training to MSc/MBA level education.

The DA is seeking a Prime Contractor to design and deliver a MBA based learning and development pathway for senior commercial professionals across Government, with a focus on Government Commercial electives and for which the dissertation/final project must be based on procurement leadership and strategy. It is the intention to provide a pathway for both educational and professional development in order to provide individuals with the skills, knowledge and recognition to operate as a senior commercial officer in Government.

The Prime Contractor will host a mixed cohort of students from across industry and Government offering the students a qualification that is accredited by the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS) and that offers a route through Continuous Personal Development to achieve and develop the competencies required. This route will also enable Government commercial professionals to achieve Chartered status with CIPS (following the achievement of CIPS Standards through a Viva and the completion of the CIPS Ethical Statement) in recognition of their professional capability. As such the MBA Commercial should be designed to achieve a greater than 60 % alignment to the CIPS Global Standard.

A flexible modular programme is required and the end product should make the best possible use of Technology Enhanced Learning, providing a blended approach to the programme delivery. A Virtual Learning Environment will be required alongside the active management of an alumni for graduates of the programme.

The intended Contract will seek to allow the first cohort of students in September 2017 and will also include a Tasking procedure to allow for Design or Modification to the MBA Course or associated activities.

The Authority intends that any Contract let as a result of this Contract Notice shall have an initial term up to 31.3.2022. Thereafter there shall be options to extend the Contract term in one year increments to a maximum end date of 31.3.2027.

Initially potential bidders shall be subject to a Dynamic Pre-Qualification Questionnaire (DPQQ) and responses shall be required by 18/04/2017. Those ranked highest (a maximum of six bidders) shall be invited to Tender and formal Tenders in response shall be submitted by 19/05/2017. Tenders submitted will be evaluated on a balance between technical aspects and price using the MEAT (Most Economically Advantageous Tender) methodology. Technical aspects will be evaluated against the Tender Evaluation Matrix included within the Invitation To Negotiate (ITN); noting that one criteria (Serial 8) is a ‘pass/fail’ criteria and any bidder failing to meet this criteria will not be considered further. Price will be judged on the basis of the firm price for the MBA course development activity, the firm price per student and the hourly rates submitted to cover further course development. Both factors will then be subject to the MEAT analysis methodology. The Authority will then enter into a round of negotiation with the two or three highest ranked bidders with a view to optimising their bids to meet the Authority's requirement. If found to be necessary further negotiation rounds will be held until a satisfactory position has been achieved. Any revised bids, as a result of this process, will be subjected to a further round of MEAT analysis with a view to identifying the preferred bidder. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Authority reserves the right to award the Contract on the initial Tenders received and without undertaking rounds of negotiation. The Authority currently anticipates Contract Award by the end of May 2017.

UK SBS PS16149 Reviewing Post-16 Education and Training Establishments in England Support for the Area Review process

 | Published July 15, 2016  -  Deadline August 19, 2016
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73220000

As set out in the Governments policy document “Reviewing post 16 education” the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) and the Department for Education (DfE) is currently overseeing the review of all FE and Six Form Colleges in England. BIS and DfE are separate Government Departments, reporting ultimately to their respective Ministers who are accountable to Parliament. The reviews themselves are locally steered reviews, overseen by the FE Commissioner and the Sixth Form College Commissioner, and carried out by FE Advisors. Support is provided via JARDU (Joint Area Review Delivery Unit with staff from BIS, DfE, and the Skills and Education Funding Agencies). The reviews report to a local Area Review Steering Group comprising typically of College Principals and Governors, Local Economic Partnerships (LEPs), the Regional Schools Commissioner and the local authority. It is the responsibility of the Steering Group to agree and implement review recommendations. So far 3 of 5 “Waves” of reviews have either been completed or are under way. Waves 4 and 5 are due to start in September and November 2016 and comprise of 15 reviews involving 118 colleges. We need additional resources to undertake some of the Wave 4 and 5 reviews. The contract involves contributing to a total of 4 reviews involving 38 colleges, divided into four Lots plus a fifth Lot to provide the FE Commissioner’s team with additional capacity. The requirement could be delivered with one contractor managing the overall delivery, working with sub-contractors. Alternatively, delivery could be based on individual contract arrangements. Tenderers are therefore invited to bid for one or more Lots. We aim to appoint one successful supplier per Lot; • Lot 1; North East Area Review • Lot 2; Lancashire Area Review • Lot 3; Norfolk and Suffolk Area Review • Lot 4; Somerset, Devon, Cornwall and Isles of Scily • Lot 5; Support for the FE Commissioner and the wider restructuring programme, in securing best vfm

UK SBS PS16003 HEFCE Provision of support services for TRAC (Transparent Approach to Costing) and understanding and advising on academic and financial sustainability to the UK Higher Education sector and sector stakeholders

UK Shared Business Services Ltd | Published February 9, 2017
Winner
KPMG LLP
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71600000, 71620000, 72212440, 72221000, 72316000, 72212441, 48190000, 75121000, 80300000, 79419000

UK Shared Business Services Ltd as the Contracting Authority is putting in place a contract for Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE).

HEFCE is looking to select a provider capable of delivering support services to the Financial Sustainability Strategy Group (FSSG), TRAC Development Group (TDG) and UK higher education sector stakeholders, including providing a central support function for Transparent Approach to Costing (TRAC).

UK SBS PS16003 HEFCE Provision of support services for TRAC (Transparent Approach to Costing) and understanding and advising on academic and financial sustainability to the UK Higher Education sector and sector stakeholders

UK Shared Business Services Ltd | Published April 23, 2016  -  Deadline May 31, 2016
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UK Shared Business Services Ltd as the Contracting

Authority is putting in place a contract for Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE).

HEFCE is looking to select a provider capable of delivering support services to the Financial Sustainability Strategy Group (FSSG), TRAC Development Group (TDG) and UK higher education sector stakeholders, including providing a central support function for Transparent Approach to Costing (TRAC).

Education and training services

Swindon Borough Council | Published March 28, 2017  -  Deadline May 2, 2017
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80000000, 80400000

Swindon Borough Council invites expressions of interest from suitably qualified and experienced service providers for the provision of Adult Community Learning to deliver courses that will achieve the strategic priorities of the SBC Adult Community Learning Plan 2017-20. The commission is divided into 7 Lots comprising of three Lot ranges: Lot 1 to 3 Getting Started: short non accredited courses to engage learners. Lot 4 to 6 Getting Ready: longer non accredited courses to build resilience, punctuality, and attendance (work skills) and Lot 7 Moving On: more formal longer accredited courses in preparation for work, e.g. accredited Technical skills, English, Maths. The contract(s) will be initially for a period of 12 months commencing 1.8.2017 with options to extend for a further 2 options of 12 months, (a maximum total of 36 months) subject to satisfactory contact performance and continued grant funding.

Lot 1: Getting Started: Non-accredited courses in this lot are limited to sector based Introduction to work, 10 hours (minimum) to 15 hours (maximum). Maximum individual contract value of up to 25 000 GBP plus option to apply for crèche up to 15 % of contract value.

Lot 2: Getting Started: Non-accredited courses in this lot are limited to Helping your child with English, Maths, 10 hours (minimum) to 15 hours (maximum), maximum individual contract value of up to 20 000 GBP plus option to apply for crèche up to 15 % of contract value.

Lot 3 :Getting Started: Non-accredited courses in this lot are limited to Life Skills and/or Health and well-being,10 hours (minimum) to 15 hours (maximum), maximum individual contract value of up to 20 000 GBP plus option to apply for crèche up to 15 % of contract value.

Lot 4: Getting Ready: Non-accredited courses in this lot are limited to non accredited English (not ESOL), Maths and IT for life and work, 20 hours (minimum) to 30 hours (maximum), maximum individual contract value of up to 35 000 GBP plus option to apply for crèche up to 15 % of contract value.

Lot 5: Getting Ready: Non-accredited courses in this lot are limited to ESOL, 20 hours (minimum) to 30 hours (maximum), maximum individual contract value of up to 20 000 GBP plus option to apply for crèche up to 15 % of contract value.

Lot 6: Getting Ready: Non-accredited courses in this lot are limited to Health and well-being, 20 hours (minimum) to 30 hours (maximum),maximum individual contract value of up to 20 000 GBP plus option to apply for crèche up to 15 % of contract value.

Lot 7: Moving On: Accredited courses in Employability, English, Maths and IT, hours dependent upon qualification guidelines, Formula Funded, Max contract value is 36 000 GBP (10 % management fee will be deducted on payment).

Education and training services

Great Western Hospitals Foundation Trust | Published November 9, 2016  -  Deadline December 2, 2016
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80000000

The Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (the Trust) is seeking to appoint a supplier with the appropriate Service expertise to provide an on-site Nursery Care Service. This would be undertaken from a dedicated already pre existing building belonging to the Trust.

Please provide response within the documents attached by completing and submitting.

Case study review of English interdisciplinary research in Higher Education

UK SHARED BUSINESS SERVICES LIMITED | Published December 8, 2015  -  Deadline January 14, 2016
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79300000

This document invites tenders to undertake an examination of examples of success in interdisciplinary research infrastructure, development and support. The study will consider examples of new and established institutional investments in IDR and seek to understand where activities have been effective and consider where work did not have the intended effect and lessons learned from less successful initiatives. The sample of higher education institutions must aim as far as possible to represent diversity in model and application with some variety in institution type. The primary output will be a written report consisting of 10 in depth case studies alongside a summary of lessons learned. For the purpose of this tender documentation IDR will be used to refer to all types of research involving more than one discipline (‘multidisciplinary’, ‘interdisciplinary,’ ‘cross-disciplinary’ and ‘transdisciplinary’ research) Please refer to a Review of the UK’s Interdisciplinary Research . The purpose of this research is to address the following key questions • What are the new and innovative approaches to supporting IDR? • What approaches to IDR have been effective over the medium to long term and show evidence of culture change and growth? • Are there any approaches to the support of IDR which are consistently ineffective? It is expected that the work will consider activity taking place in the last 1-3 years as new and activity greater than three years but with a definable legacy as the medium to long term. The external contractor will be expected to deliver the following mandatory key deliverables: • Statement of work at commencement of the project outlining the work activities they will undertake, deliverables and timetable. This will be discussed and refined at the inception meeting • Project plan and risk assessment • Interview question scripts • Interim draft case studies • Full draft report • A final report • Weekly progress reports which may include outcomes of early analysis • The contractor will be expected to be in regular communication with the HEFCE Project Manager to ensure that contractual obligations are being fulfilled and that the project is progressing as expected in terms of scope and time and to ensure that any potential issues or risks are identified, monitored and managed appropriately.

UKSBS - UKTI The provision of educational and training services.

UK Shared Business Services Ltd | Published October 21, 2014  -  Deadline November 19, 2014
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UK Shared Business Services Ltd as the Contracting Authority is putting in place a contract for UK Trade and Investment. The above Public Sector Body has a need for a supplier to provide Education and Vocational Education (Category 24 - Part B) services.

Assessing the Further Education Technical Qualifications market in England

UK SHARED BUSINESS SERVICES LIMITED | Published September 8, 2016
Winner
Frontier Economics
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79300000

BIS Research & Evaluation Framework CR150025 LOT 2 Assessing the Further Education Technical Qualifications market in England The main aim of the research is to examine the AOs market in England – to: • Determine the extent to which the current AO market delivers recognised, rigorous, responsive, innovative and high-quality qualifications – in a way which represents value for money, transparency and clarity in terms of which qualifications are needed to enter certain occupations or particular courses in either HE or FE. • Determine what changes could be made to the AO market in order to improve any areas of weakness identified above • Analyse options for reforming the market, including an assessment of the advantages, disadvantages and risks for each. This will need to include any options put forward by the Independent Panel on Technical and Professional Education in their report. This research should also consider what drives providers’ demand for different qualifications – in light of the incentives provided by the funding and accountability systems

Supply of Education and Social Care Transport Services.

Swindon Borough Council | Published February 28, 2015  -  Deadline April 13, 2015
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60120000, 60171000

Transport services (excl. Waste transport). Hire of passenger transport vehicles with driver. Taxi services. Hire of passenger cars with driver. Swindon Borough Council (SBC), wishes to submit to tender the requirements for the provision of the supply of Transport Services. These consist of 2 schedules. The schedules are made up of: — Schedule 5a — Minibus services to and from Schools, Colleges and, Day Centres. (Lots 1-24) — Schedule 5b — Taxi and Private Hire Vehicle services to and from Schools and Colleges. (Lots 25-60) The Agreement period will commence 1.9.2015 until 31.8.2018 with an option to extend for a further 2 years up to a maximum total 5 year contract subject to contract performance and budget availability. Contact for obtaining all Tender documents and clarification is: transporttenders@swindon.gov.uk.

Supply of Education and Social Care Transport Services.

Swindon Borough Council | Published February 28, 2015  -  Deadline March 27, 2015
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Transport services (excl. Waste transport). Hire of passenger transport vehicles with driver. Taxi services. Hire of passenger cars with driver. Swindon Borough Council (SBC), wishes to submit to tender the requirements for the provision of the supply of Transport Services. These consist of 2 schedules. The schedules are made up of: — Schedule 5a — Minibus services to and from Schools, Colleges and, Day Centres. (Lots 1-24) — Schedule 5b — Taxi and Private Hire Vehicle services to and from Schools and Colleges. (Lots 25-60) The Agreement period will commence 1.9.2015 until 31.8.2018 with an option to extend for a further 2 years up to a maximum total 5 year contract subject to contract performance and budget availability. Contact for obtaining all Tender documents and clarification is: transporttenders@swindon.gov.uk.

UK SBS FWRECR1609HEFCE Study on Costs and Benefits for Higher Education Providers of Operating in Different Geographic Areas of England

UK SHARED BUSINESS SERVICES LIMITED | Published February 22, 2017  -  Deadline November 16, 2016
Winner
Deloitte LLP
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73200000

To gather reliable evidence on the variation in relative costs and benefits for higher education providers of operating in different geographic areas of England. This should include analysis of the drivers for any regional variations, including the extent to which these regional costs and benefits vary according to the activities of institutions (such as the balance between teaching, research and other activities, and the academic disciplines they offer), and any other institutional characteristics.

UK SBS PS150051 — Procurement of a programme management team (‘Secretariat’), jointly responsible to the Indian and UK Governments, for the delivery Phase 3 of the UK India Education Research Initiative (UKIERI).

UK Shared Business Services Ltd | Published May 19, 2015  -  Deadline June 22, 2015
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79400000, 79420000, 79341200, 79211110, 79416000, 79418000, 79412000, 79416100, 79411000, 75100000, 75130000, 75110000, 79342000

UK Shared Business Services Ltd as the Contracting Authority is putting in place a contract. The UK India Education Research Initiative (UKIERI) is a multi-stakeholder partnership programme led by the UK Government to enhance the educational links between India and the UK through developing and delivering projects that meet the priorities and needs of both countries. The programme began with Phase 1 in April 2006, ending in 2011. It was subsequently followed by Phase 2 which is due to end on 31.3.2016. We are now finalising arrangements for a third phase, due to commence on 1.4.2016 running until 31.3.2021. The UKIERI programme is supported by both the UK and Indian Governments and is managed by joint Secretariat that acts on behalf of both Governments. This purpose of this procurement exercise is to find a supplier to provide the Secretariat that will manage phase 3 of the UKIERI programme, beginning in April 2016. Value: The programme to be delivered will 6 000 000 GBP per year. Suppliers would be expected to provide a team that is appropriately resourced to manage the disbursement of these funds. The cost of running this team (the Secretariat) will be taken from this 6 000 000 GBP p/a figure. Bidders will need to detail in their bid how much it would cost to run a team of an appropriate size to manage the disbursement of these funds on an annual basis. Duration: Potentially 5 years (initial contract to last for 2 years with possible extension of a further 3 years based on annual performance reviews).

UK SBS PS16149 Reviewing Post-16 Education and Training Establishments in England Support for the Ar

UK Shared Business Services Ltd | Published July 15, 2016  -  Deadline August 18, 2016
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UK Shared Business Services Ltd as the Contracting Authority is putting in place a contract for The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills.