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Education and training services

Worcestershire County Council | Published December 13, 2016  -  Deadline December 28, 2016
cpvs
80000000

Education and training services

Education and training services

Worcestershire County Council | Published November 3, 2016  -  Deadline December 8, 2016
cpvs
80000000

Education and training services

Education and training services

Worcestershire County Council | Published November 3, 2016  -  Deadline December 5, 2016
cpvs
80000000, 80400000

Education and training services

Home to School — SEN Education Transport Contract.

Worcestershire County Council | Published October 19, 2017
Winner
B & H Cars (Lesley Borthwick)
cpvs
60100000

Home to School — SEN Education Transport Contract.

Home to School — Mainstream Education Transport Contract.

Worcestershire County Council | Published October 19, 2017
Winner
Clearway of Catshill
cpvs
34121100

Home to School — Mainstream Education Transport Contract.

EAuction 15.7.2015 — Mainstream Education Transport Contracts.

Worcestershire County Council | Published June 10, 2015  -  Deadline July 3, 2015
cpvs
60172000

Mainstream Education Transport various destinations in and around Worcestershire.

Home to School — SEN Education Transport Contract

Worcestershire County Council | Published October 19, 2017
Winner
B & H Cars (Lesley Borthwick)
cpvs
60100000

Home to School — SEN Education Transport Contract.

Home to School — Mainstream Education Transport Contract

Worcestershire County Council | Published October 19, 2017
Winner
Clearway of Catshill
cpvs
34121100

Home to School — Mainstream Education Transport Contract.

EAuction 15.7.2015 — Mainstream Education Transport Contracts.

Worcestershire County Council | Published March 4, 2016
Winner
Swan Street Coaches Ltd
cpvs
60172000

Mainstream Education Transport various destinations in and around Worcestershire.

Adult and other education services

West Mercia Police | Published June 12, 2015
cpvs
80400000, 80500000

Driver Offender Retraining Scheme.

Guidance services

Worcestershire County Council | Published January 28, 2017  -  Deadline March 9, 2017
cpvs
85312310, 85300000

Worcestershire County Council wish to procure a single service providing both children's advocacy and an independent visitor scheme. The children and young people could be in placement in Worcestershire or out of the County and will be up to the age of 18 years, and care leavers up to 21 years of age or 25 years of age if in full time education (Further or Higher Education). The Service will be accessible to all Worcestershire children and young people who are looked after, children in need, subjects of child protection plans and care leavers.

Provision of an Independent Advisory Service for looked after children, children in need and child protection cases and an Independent Visitor Service for looked after children and care leavers.

Transport tickets

Worcestershire County Council | Published February 18, 2017  -  Deadline March 17, 2017
cpvs
34980000, 60000000, 60112000, 60130000

There were 9 000 000 passenger journeys on Local Bus services originating in Worcestershire in 2015-16 of which 5 360 000 were concessionary journeys. Worcestershire County Council's combined schemes currently have registered 15 Community Transport Schemes and 38 transport operators. Participants submit data monthly for all schemes on 1 electronic form but some may only submit data periodically when claim is required. There are Off Bus outlets for buying Connecta tickets such as Job Centre Plus.

The Council are seeking a Supplier of Concessionary Travel, Multi-Operator Bus Ticketing (Connecta) and Education Travel Schemes as per the attached ITT.

Transport tickets

Worcestershire County Council | Published May 11, 2017
Winner
Systra UK
cpvs
34980000

There were 9 000 000 passenger journeys on Local Bus services originating in Worcestershire in 2015-16 of which 5 360 000 were concessionary journeys. Worcestershire County Council's combined schemes currently have registered 15 Community Transport Schemes and 38 transport operators. Participants submit data monthly for all schemes on one electronic form but some may only submit data periodically when claim is required. There are Off Bus outlets for buying Connecta tickets such as Job Centre Plus.

The Council are seeking a Supplier of Concessionary Travel, Multi-Operator Bus Ticketing (Connecta) and Education Travel Schemes as per the attached ITT.

Worcestershire Prep4Work Programme

Worcestershire County Council | Published October 25, 2016  -  Deadline December 5, 2016
cpvs
80000000, 80400000

Worcestershire Prep4Work is funded by European Social Fund (ESF), managed by Skills Funding Agency, to address poverty and social exclusion faced by the most disadvantaged people in Worcestershire to be delivered from December 2016 to March 2018.

Worcestershire County Council (WCC) have successfully secured funding to deliver Worcestershire Prep4Work programme to provide bespoke training and support to Adults who reside in Worcestershire and are aged 24-64, who are unemployed and those economically inactive and seeking a return to the labour market facing skills related barriers.

The County Council is seeking to appoint Service Providers to deliver bespoke support and training that engages adults who are disadvantaged and economically inactive with activity that progresses them towards employment, education, apprenticeship and traineeship. The Council is seeking to appoint service providers with funding available from the European Social Fund.

Worcestershire Prep4Work Programme

Worcestershire County Council | Published October 25, 2016
cpvs
80000000, 80400000

Worcestershire Prep4Work is funded by European Social Fund (ESF), managed by Skills Funding Agency, to address poverty and social exclusion faced by the most disadvantaged people in Worcestershire to be delivered from December 2016 to March 2018.

Worcestershire County Council (WCC) have successfully secured funding to deliver Worcestershire Prep4Work programme to provide bespoke training and support to Adults who reside in Worcestershire and are aged 24-64, who are unemployed and those economically inactive and seeking a return to the labour market facing skills related barriers.

The County Council is seeking to appoint Service Providers to deliver bespoke support and training that engages adults who are disadvantaged and economically inactive with activity that progresses them towards employment, education, apprenticeship and traineeship. The Council is seeking to appoint service providers with funding available from the European Social Fund.

Independent Travel Training.

Worcestershire County Council | Published October 9, 2015
Winner
National Star Foundation
cpvs
80000000, 80100000, 80200000, 80300000, 80330000, 80340000

Worcestershire County Council is looking for an experienced provider to deliver a pilot Independent Travel Training scheme in partnership with the local authority's Transport Planning and logistics team, Worcestershire Special Education Schools and Mainstream Schools with SEN bases and Colleges with the aim of giving students within Worcestershire the ability to travel independently to school, college and external social activities. Thereby Giving them greater choice and independence for the future. This provider will be part of a singular framework which Worcestershire County Council and other named authorities will be able to call-off when the need is required. Service Requirements: 1. Prioritise young people in Years 7 to 13 or aged between 11 and 24 who are attending education and have been identified by the County Council as likely to benefit most from taking part in independent travel training. 2. To provide 1:1 training sessions for eligible young people. 3. To provide additional 1:1 support as necessary and, where appropriate, link young people with a travel buddy who will provide that additional support. 4. Work in partnership with parents/carers in supporting young people to travel independently. 5. Work in Partnership with each young person's school or place of learning to support the young people to travel independently. 6. Assess and develop young people's ability to travel on public transport to places in addition to home to school and/or college. 7. Facilitate group information sessions to promote independent travel training and organise appropriate venues for delivering the training sessions. A provider base may be available through negotiation with Worcestershire County Council. 8. To carry out Regular reviews with the young people who have completed the training (involving School/parent/carers as necessary. This is in order to establish the success of the training in enabling the young person to travel independently. 9. To work in partnership with the local authority to actively promote the scheme to transport providers e.g. Local bus companies. This could include raising awareness of the scheme among drivers and other staff and participating in the delivery of disability awareness training which supports providers in maintaining a safe transport environment. 10. To comply with the county councils DBS policy for transport providers as well as full insurance details and an adequate health and safety policy.

Independent Travel Training.

Worcestershire County Council | Published June 30, 2015  -  Deadline August 7, 2015
cpvs
80000000, 80100000, 80200000, 80300000, 80330000, 80340000

Worcestershire County Council is looking for an experienced provider to deliver a pilot Independent Travel Training scheme in partnership with the local authority's Transport Planning and logistics team, Worcestershire Special Education Schools and Mainstream Schools with SEN bases and Colleges with the aim of giving students within Worcestershire the ability to travel independently to school, college and external social activities. Thereby Giving them greater choice and independence for the future. This provider will be part of a singular framework which Worcestershire County Council and other named authorities will be able to call-off when the need is required. Service Requirements: 1. Prioritise young people in Years 7 to 13 or aged between 11 and 24 who are attending education and have been identified by the County Council as likely to benefit most from taking part in independent travel training. 2. To provide 1:1 training sessions for eligible young people. 3. To provide additional 1:1 support as necessary and, where appropriate, link young people with a travel buddy who will provide that additional support. 4. Work in partnership with parents/carers in supporting young people to travel independently. 5. Work in Partnership with each young person's school or place of learning to support the young people to travel independently. 6. Assess and develop young people's ability to travel on public transport to places in addition to home to school and/or college. 7. Facilitate group information sessions to promote independent travel training and organise appropriate venues for delivering the training sessions. A provider base may be available through negotiation with Worcestershire County Council. 8. To carry out Regular reviews with the young people who have completed the training (involving School/parent/carers as necessary. This is in order to establish the success of the training in enabling the young person to travel independently. 9. To work in partnership with the local authority to actively promote the scheme to transport providers e.g. Local bus companies. This could include raising awareness of the scheme among drivers and other staff and participating in the delivery of disability awareness training which supports providers in maintaining a safe transport environment. 10. To comply with the county councils DBS policy for transport providers as well as full insurance details and an adequate health and safety policy.

Worcestershire skills for work programme apprenticeships / traineeships.

Worcestershire County Council | Published March 29, 2017
Winner
Warwickshire College
cpvs
80400000

Please note: This Tender opportunity was advertised on this site on 25.10.2016 as Worcestershire Prep4Work Programme — Apprenticeships / Traineeships. Only the name of the programme has changed to Worcestershire SkillsForWork Programme — Apprenticeships / Traineeships. All the documentation, the timetable and the questions remain exactly the same. Worcestershire SkillsForWork is funded by European Social Fund (ESF), managed by Skills Funding Agency, to address poverty and social exclusion faced by the most disadvantaged people in Worcestershire to be delivered from December 2016 to March 2018. Worcestershire County Council (WCC) have successfully secured funding to deliver Worcestershire SkillsForWork Programme — Apprenticeships and Traineeships to provide bespoke training and support to residents in Worcestershire, who are unemployed and those economically inactive and seeking a return to the labour market facing skills related barriers and progressing to Apprenticeships or Traineeships. The County Council is seeking to appoint Service Providers to deliver bespoke support and training that engages adults who are disadvantaged and economically inactive with activity that progresses them towards apprenticeship or traineeships. The Council is seeking to appoint Service Providers with funding available from the European Social Fund. Worcestershire County Council will have sub-contracting arrangements in place with successful Tenderers/Service Providers to deliver the programme across the County to provide a comprehensive range of support and training required under the Service Specification that provides solutions to remove employment barriers and education barriers and progress them to Apprenticeship or Traineeships.

Worcestershire Prep4Work Programme Apprenticeships and Traineeships

Worcestershire County Council | Published October 27, 2016  -  Deadline December 8, 2016
cpvs
80000000

Worcestershire Prep4Work is funded by European Social Fund (ESF), managed by Skills Funding Agency, to address poverty and social exclusion faced by the most disadvantaged people in Worcestershire to be delivered from December 2016 to March 2018.

Worcestershire County Council (WCC) have successfully secured funding to deliver Worcestershire Prep4Work Programme — Apprenticeships and Traineeships to provide bespoke training and support to residents in Worcestershire, who are unemployed and those economically inactive and seeking a return to the labour market facing skills related barriers and progressing to Apprenticeships or Traineeships.

The County Council is seeking to appoint Service Providers to deliver bespoke support and training that engages adults who are disadvantaged and economically inactive with activity that progresses them towards apprenticeship or traineeships. The Council is seeking to appoint service providers with funding available from the European Social Fund.

Worcestershire County Council will have sub-contracting arrangements in place with successful Tenderers/Service Providers to deliver the programme across the County to provide a comprehensive range of support and training required under the Service Specification that provides solutions to remove employment barriers and education barriers and progress them to Apprenticeship or Traineeships.

Worcestershire skills for work programme apprenticeships / traineeships

Worcestershire County Council | Published March 29, 2017
Winner
Warwickshire College
cpvs
80000000, 80400000

Please note: This Tender opportunity was advertised on this site on 25.10.2016 as Worcestershire Prep4Work Programme — Apprenticeships / Traineeships. Only the name of the programme has changed to Worcestershire SkillsForWork Programme — Apprenticeships / Traineeships. All the documentation, the timetable and the questions remain exactly the same.

Worcestershire SkillsForWork is funded by European Social Fund (ESF), managed by Skills Funding Agency, to address poverty and social exclusion faced by the most disadvantaged people in Worcestershire to be delivered from December 2016 to March 2018.

Worcestershire County Council (WCC) have successfully secured funding to deliver Worcestershire SkillsForWork Programme — Apprenticeships and Traineeships to provide bespoke training and support to residents in Worcestershire, who are unemployed and those economically inactive and seeking a return to the labour market facing skills related barriers and progressing to Apprenticeships or Traineeships.

The County Council is seeking to appoint Service Providers to deliver bespoke support and training that engages adults who are disadvantaged and economically inactive with activity that progresses them towards apprenticeship or traineeships. The Council is seeking to appoint Service Providers with funding available from the European Social Fund.

Worcestershire County Council will have sub-contracting arrangements in place with successful Tenderers/Service Providers to deliver the programme across the County to provide a comprehensive range of support and training required under the Service Specification that provides solutions to remove employment barriers and education barriers and progress them to Apprenticeship or Traineeships.