The College identifies itself as a complex learning environment providing educational experiences to a diverse student base. There are partnership links with a range of external stakeholders including the Institute of Health, Social Security and the Skills Strategy Group. The complexity of the College environment means there needs to be a fluid approach to the curriculum reacting to changes in course registrations.
The College of Further Education has a requirement to upgrade its MIS in order to effectively administer the College and monitor and report upon student progress and attainment with the potential to expand this to all Post 16 provision across the Bailiwick.
Building construction work. The MOD (DIO) is seeking to create a Framework or Frameworks with the ability to deliver Capital Works Projects, over the next 10 years, within Nuclear Facilities on the Clyde mainly Faslane and Coulport locations. The current programme of works can be split into 3 main areas: a. Major refurbishment of multiple complex systems within live secure and operational environment; b. Relatively complex discrete new build in secure area within nuclear environment; c. Relatively non-complex discrete new build in lower security area but within nuclear environment. In order for the DIO to access the market ability to deliver the current programme of works it is seeking early engagement with industry to explore the structure of the Framework(s) required. DIO is therefore planning to hold an Industry Day during the month of April 2016 and you are therefore invited to confirm your interest to the POC by the 11.3.2016. POC for the Industry Day is: Miss Dawn Warnock, Tel. +44 2242552; e-mail: DIOComrclfirstname.lastname@example.org In-line with Cabinet Office policy, MOD is keen to involve Small to Medium Size Enterprises (SME's) and would welcome their expression of interest to attend the forthcoming Industry Day in order to fully understand the DIO requirement. It would also offer the potential to network with larger organisations.
The equipment will be used for manufacturing components and test pieces for various research projects within the AFRC's laboratories. The major purpose for this piece of equipment is to support scientific research and industrial projects undertaken by the AFRC by cutting and preparing different types of test pieces made from various types of materials ranging from nickel based super-alloys, titanium alloys, aluminium alloys, magnesium alloys to austenitic stainless steels, tool steels and other temper hardened steels. The system will be used in a non-production environment, for samples with various geometries and sizes to high level of accuracy to meet our requirements, and the requirements of our external customers.