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Marine services

Natural Resources Wales | Published February 22, 2017  -  Deadline March 28, 2017
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98360000, 71900000, 73111000, 71354500, 73112000, 98361000, 90712300, 90713000

NRW Marine Licensing Team are currently tendering for the provision of specialist technical advice on the impacts to the environment from marine licence applications. Whilst NRW hosts a number of environmental specialists, there are a number of reasons for NRW MLT to seek additional technical services. Primarily, advice is required in specialist areas outside of the remit of NRW specialists. Alternatively, NRW MLT may require advice within a short timescale beyond the resource capacity available within NRW at the given time.

This framework also covers the provision of sampling plans and analysis associated with applications for dredge-disposal applications and water quality modelling advice. NRW may require these services on main rivers as well.

Provision of the following in response to applications for disposal of dredge arisings at sea:

— Sampling plans;

— Sampling analysis;

— Sampling reports (including suitability for disposal).

Provision of general advice in response to specific requests regarding the following environmental areas:

— Marine noise and vibration;

— Fish (marine, shellfish and aquaculture, fish telemetry, Computerised Fluid Dynamic modelling);

— Modelling e.g. fish impacts, coastal processes, marine mammal collision modelling;

— Statistical design of environmental monitoring;

— Benthic ecology.

This is a multi-discipline lot which covers all the services in Lots 1 and 2.

Provision of the following in response to applications for disposal of dredge arisings at sea:

— Sampling plans;

— Sampling analysis;

— Sampling reports (including suitability for disposal).

Provision of general advice in response to specific requests regarding the following environmental areas:

— Marine noise and vibration;

— Fish (marine, shellfish and aquaculture, fish telemetry, Computerised Fluid Dynamic modelling);

— Modelling e.g. fish impacts, coastal processes, marine mammal collision modelling;

— Statistical design of environmental monitoring;

— Benthic ecology.

In the provision of service for this lot, the provider will be able to:

— Understand, analyse and explain hydrodynamic modelling;

— Understand, analyse and explain water quality modelling specifically in terms of coastal thermal, and other (e.g. sewerage, drainage), discharges to the marine environment;

— Understand, analyse and explain water quality modelling specifically in terms of changes to the phytoplankton population, nutrient concentrations, stratification and suspended sediment, and sewage/freshwater discharges;

— Determine if a given model is fit-for-purpose;

— Liaise with NRW modellers to agree consistent approach;

— Liaise with NRW non-modellers (e.g. ecologists) to explain the outputs of the water quality modelling;

— Liaise with other Agency (EA, NE) experts for consistency of approach

— Understand the sensitive receptors e.g. bathing waters, Water Framework Directive and Habitats Directive.

This lot includes the provision of pre-application advice on a number of projects anticipated to require consents from NRW within the next 2 years, including Wylfa Newydd and Tidal Lagoon Cardiff. Pre-application advice will include advice on the thermal discharge including TRO content and for WFD receptors such as water column transparency.

The supplier will be required to provide technical opinion documents during NRW's statutory consultation stage. Potentially, the provision of evidence at examinations may be required. Successful bidders will be able to a) provide advice for these water quality areas, b) be able to defend the advice during examination and c) be able to write opinion of the model.

The supplier for Lot 3 will be available to give pre-application advice on modelling prior to May 2017 and be available to complete parts b) and c) above thereafter.

Provision of ISO 14001 Environmental Management Standard accredited certification services to NWSSP

NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership | Published February 23, 2017
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79132000

The Procurement Services part of NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership (NWSSP), are seeking a supplier for the Provision of ISO 14001 Environmental Management Standard accredited certification services to NWSSP: The authority is using eTenderwales to carry out this procurement process. Please note this is a separate website and if you are not already registered, registration will be required. to access eTenderwales, express your interest in this notice and access the tender documentation please visit https:etenderwales.bravosolution.co.uk/web/login.shtml and search for project reference itt_60601 within the appropriate area NOTE: The authority is using eTenderwales to carry out this procurement process. To obtain further information record your interest on Sell2Wales at http://www.sell2wales.gov.wales/search/search_switch.aspx?ID=63322

Secondary education services

The City of Cardiff Council | Published January 31, 2017  -  Deadline February 27, 2017
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80200000, 80500000, 80000000, 80300000, 80400000

Inspire 2 Achieve is seeking to contribute to ESF Priority 3 Youth Employment and Attainment Specific Objective 2 — To reduce the number of those at risk of becoming NEET, amongst 11- 24 year olds. The project will target early intervention for those most at risk across the 11-16 age range. Provision should be designed to meet the needs of participants at Key Stage 3 (school years 7-9 when pupils are aged between 11 and 14)) and Key Stage 4 (school years 10-11 when pupils are aged between 14 and 16) who may:

— Have been permanently excluded from school,

— Have been excluded from the school on a fixed term basis,

— Become at risk of disengaging from mainstream education and / or being excluded from school,

— Require additional support during negotiated transfer between mainstream schools,

— Require alternative educational provision to meet their educational entitlement, for instance in line with a Statement of Special Educational Needs or is a Child in Care with no school place.

Inspire 2 Achieve is seeking to contribute to ESF Priority 3 Youth Employment and Attainment Specific Objective 2 — To reduce the number of those at risk of becoming NEET, amongst 11- 24 year olds. The project will also work in alignment with Communities First delivery plans and Flying Start Projects. Communities First delivery is currently for those who are 16+ and Families First delivers family intervention. The Inspire intervention will work with those of school age and be focused at the individual rather than the family, therefore filling the gaps that current services and projects do not deliver. Inspire 2 Achieve is designed to identify and address the needs of those most at risk of disengagement and support them to reintegrate into mainstream education provision or alternative curriculum models or to further prepare them for transition into the post-16 environments. The project will target early intervention for those most at risk across the 11-16 age range. Provision should be designed to meet the needs of participants at Key Stage 3 (school years 7 -9 when pupils are aged between 11 and 14)) and Key Stage 4 (school years 10-11 when pupils are aged between 14 and 16) who may:

— Have been permanently excluded from school.

— Have been excluded from the school on a fixed term basis — Become at risk of disengaging from mainstream education and / or being excluded from school.

— Require additional support during negotiated transfer between mainstream schools.

— Require alternative educational provision to meet their educational entitlement, for instance in line with a Statement of Special Educational Needs or is a Child in Care with no school place.

We are seeking tenders from Suppliers who can demonstrate good outcomes and a positive impact. All qualifications must be approved for use with pre-16s, registered on the Qualifications in Wales database — www.qiw.wales/ — and delivered by staff experienced with working with this type of participant. Suppliers must engage, sustain, motivate and retain participants on qualifications they deliver and ensure there are strategies in place to re-engage participants who begin to falter. It is expected that Suppliers, through delivery of qualifications, will raise the aspiration of the participants.

Inspire 2 Achieve is seeking to contribute to ESF Priority 3 Youth Employment and Attainment Specific Objective 2 — To reduce the number of those at risk of becoming NEET, amongst 11- 24 year olds. The project will also work in alignment with Communities First delivery plans and Flying Start Projects. Communities First delivery is currently for those who are 16+ and Families First delivers family intervention. The Inspire intervention will work with those of school age and be focused at the individual rather than the family, therefore filling the gaps that current services and projects do not deliver. Inspire 2 Achieve is designed to identify and address the needs of those most at risk of disengagement and support them to reintegrate into mainstream education provision or alternative curriculum models or to further prepare them for transition into the post-16 environments. The project will target early intervention for those most at risk across the 11-16 age range. Provision should be designed to meet the needs of participants at Key Stage 3 (school years 7 -9 when pupils are aged between 11 and 14)) and Key Stage 4 (school years 10-11 when pupils are aged between 14 and 16) who may:

— Have been permanently excluded from school.

— Have been excluded from the school on a fixed term basis.

— Become at risk of disengaging from mainstream education and / or being excluded from school.

— Require additional support during negotiated transfer between mainstream schools.

— Require alternative educational provision to meet their educational entitlement, for instance in line with a Statement.

We are seeking tenders from Suppliers who can demonstrate good outcomes and a positive impact. All qualifications must be approved for use with pre-16s, registered on the Qualifications in Wales database — www.qiw.wales/ — and delivered by staff experienced with working with this type of participant. Suppliers must engage, sustain, motivate and retain participants on qualifications they deliver and ensure there are strategies in place to re-engage participants who begin to falter. It is expected that Suppliers, through delivery of qualifications, will raise the aspiration of the participants.

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