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Provision of property, casualty, professional indemnity, motor, travel and commercial properties ins

Hampshire County Council | Published December 23, 2014  -  Deadline February 5, 2015
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66510000, 66512000, 66515200, 66516000, 66516100, 66516500, 66516400, 66510000, 66515200, 66516500, 66510000, 66516000, 66516400, 66510000, 66516500, 66510000, 66515200, 66516100, 66510000, 66512000, 66510000, 66512000, 66515200, 66516000, 66516100, 66516500, 66516400

Hampshire County Council is seeking to establish insurances services (excluding broker services) across a range of activities including property, casualty, professional indemnity, motor, travel and commercial properties.

Provision of property, casualty, professional indemnity, motor, travel and commercial properties ins

Hampshire County Council | Published June 12, 2015
Winner
Risk Management Partners Ltd, CNA Insurance Company Ltd, Zurich Municipal
cpvs
66510000, 66512000, 66515200, 66516000, 66516100, 66516500, 66516400

Hampshire County Council has awarded a contract for the provision of insurances services (excluding broker services) across a range of activities including property, casualty, professional indemnity, motor, travel and commercial properties.

Provision of property, casualty, professional indemnity, motor, travel and commercial properties insurance excluding broker services.

Hampshire County Council | Published June 12, 2015
Winner
Risk Management Partners Ltd
cpvs
66510000, 66512000, 66515200, 66516000, 66516100, 66516500, 66516400

Hampshire County Council has awarded a contract for the provision of insurances services (excluding broker services) across a range of activities including property, casualty, professional indemnity, motor, travel and commercial properties.

Tourism Membership, Marketing, Research and Training Services

HAMPSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL | Published March 20, 2017  -  Deadline February 5, 2017
Winner
Tourism South East
cpvs
63513000

Membership of a regional tourism body, which includes access to directly related local tourism activities and benefits such as lobbying, advocacy, research advice, collaborative destination tourism marketing, training, data stewarding and regional media & networking. The membership will be for a three year period.

Tourist information services

Hampshire County Council | Published March 1, 2017
Winner
Tourism South East
cpvs
63513000

Membership of a regional tourism body covering Hampshire and tourism related services over a 3 year period.

Membership of a regional tourism body, which includes access to directly related local tourism activities and benefits such as lobbying, advocacy, research advice, collaborative destination tourism marketing, training, data stewarding and regional media and networking. The membership will be for a 3 year period.

Visit Hampshire - Web-Portal Development

Hampshire County Council | Published November 11, 2014
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72420000, 48220000, 72212220, 72212480, 79340000, 79342000, 79342100

The Hampshire County Council (Visit Hampshire) would like to ascertain market interest, and obtain expressions of interest from those suppliers who wish to partake in any future procurement. This PIN contains details of the Hampshire County Council's prospective requirements for the Visit Hampshire tourism website as far as they are known at this time. The final detail of any procurement will be confirmed within any future Contract Notice(s) and Tender documentation. Hampshire County Council reserves the right not to procure all or part of the services listed and to change the scope for the potential services. Hampshire County Council provides the principal means of promoting tourism across the whole of the county under the Visit Hampshire brand. Domestic, international, leisure and business tourism marketing is focused on capitalising on strong product areas such as two national parks, historic and contemporary cities, leading visitor attractions, and an increasingly sophisticated accommodation and local produce offering. The Visit Hampshire website is www.visit-hampshire.co.uk The Visit Hampshire website is more than a website and acts in both a portal capacity for the main destination websites, and as the main tourism website for smaller destinations. Areas of interest for the new Visit Hampshire website are as follows: — Ability to income generate, without looking too advertising-led — Contemporary responsive site that maximises imagery and user generated content to inspire visitors — Excellent user experience that delivers personal, relevant and timely content. — Increase traffic to the site via search, referral and direct visits with a clear understanding of SEO. — Improve reporting and analysis of the site include mapping customer journeys and interactions. — Easy to manage website with a potential integration of database and content management systems as well as data capture forms. — Ability to use the site as a CRM system. — Ability to build campaign sites or branded custom templates. Please note, this is not a Contract Notice and therefore this is not a call for competition. Any provider of Website/Web-Portal/Web Marketing services are invited to register their interest in this project by expressing an interest in the Visit Hampshire project on our Procurement Portal. https://in-tendhost.co.uk/hampshire/

Bikeability scheme for Hampshire school children.

Hampshire County Council | Published October 22, 2015
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85000000, 85100000, 34430000, 80410000, 80000000, 80200000

Bikeability is the Cycling Proficiency Test for the 21st century, designed to give the next generation the skills and confidence to ride their bikes on today's roads. Whilst Bikeability is not part of the National Curriculum, under the Government's ‘Travelling to school’ action plan, teachers are encouraged to use Geography, Personal, Social, Health and Economic (PSHE), Citizenship, Physical Education (PE) and other lessons to explain the benefits of sustainable travel, which includes cycling.

Bikeability level 2 and 3 cycle training for children and other cycle training based activities acro

Hampshire County Council | Published January 9, 2016  -  Deadline February 11, 2016
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85000000, 80100000, 80330000, 34430000, 80410000, 85100000, 80000000, 80310000, 80200000, 80510000

Bikeability is the Cycling Proficiency Test for the 21st century, designed to give the next generation the skills and confidence to ride their bikes on today's roads. Whilst Bikeability is not part of the National Curriculum, under the Government's ‘Travelling to school’ action plan, teachers are encouraged to use Geography, Personal, Social, Health & Economic (PSHE), Citizenship, Physical Education (PE) and other lessons to explain the benefits of sustainable travel, which includes cycling. The training is delivered via schools during the school day to years 5-9 and available to all schools. There is also the opportunity of holiday courses where there is demand. Level 2 Bikeability takes place on local streets, giving students a real cycling experience. They will be taught how to deal with traffic on short journeys such as cycling to school or the local shops. Level 3 Bikeability deals with more challenging roads and traffic situations. Level 3 training is delivered one-to-one or in groups of up to 3 so can be tailored to individual training needs, such as routes to school. The contract will procure the services of an external company who will provide qualified National Standard instructors to deliver the training. For Bikeability Level 2 and 3 training the company will be responsible for contacting schools to book courses, instructor scheduling, training area risk assessments and training in line with Bikeability national guidelines.

Bikeability level 2 and 3 cycle training for children and other cycle training based activities across the county.

Hampshire County Council | Published January 9, 2016  -  Deadline February 11, 2016
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85000000, 80100000, 80330000, 34430000, 80410000, 85100000, 80000000, 80310000, 80200000, 80510000

Bikeability is the Cycling Proficiency Test for the 21st century, designed to give the next generation the skills and confidence to ride their bikes on today's roads. Whilst Bikeability is not part of the National Curriculum, under the Government's ‘Travelling to school’ action plan, teachers are encouraged to use Geography, Personal, Social, Health & Economic (PSHE), Citizenship, Physical Education (PE) and other lessons to explain the benefits of sustainable travel, which includes cycling.

The training is delivered via schools during the school day to years 5-9 and available to all schools. There is also the opportunity of holiday courses where there is demand.

Level 2 Bikeability takes place on local streets, giving students a real cycling experience. They will be taught how to deal with traffic on short journeys such as cycling to school or the local shops.

Level 3 Bikeability deals with more challenging roads and traffic situations. Level 3 training is delivered one-to-one or in groups of up to 3 so can be tailored to individual training needs, such as routes to school.

The contract will procure the services of an external company who will provide qualified National Standard instructors to deliver the training. For Bikeability Level 2 and 3 training the company will be responsible for contacting schools to book courses, instructor scheduling, training area risk assessments and training in line with Bikeability national guidelines.

Bikeability level 2 and 3 cycle training for children and other cycle training based activities acro

Hampshire County Council | Published June 25, 2016
Winner
Hampshire Schools Cycling Partnership (Mountbatten School Services Ltd: trading as Personal Best Education and Pedal Power Training Ltd)
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85000000, 80100000, 80330000, 34430000, 80410000, 85100000, 80000000, 80310000, 80200000, 80510000

Hampshire County Council invites applications from suitably experienced organisations who wish to be considered for selection to tender for the provision of Bikeability — Cycle Training for Children.

Bikeability is the Cycling Proficiency Test for the 21st century, designed to give the next generation the skills and confidence to ride their bikes on today's roads. Whilst Bikeability is not part of the National Curriculum, under the Government's ‘Travelling to school’ action plan, teachers are encouraged to use Geography, Personal, Social, Health and Economic (PSHE), Citizenship, Physical Education (PE) and other lessons to explain the benefits of sustainable travel, which includes cycling.

The training is delivered via schools during the school day to years 5-9 and available to all schools. There is also the opportunity of holiday courses where there is demand.

Level 2 Bikeability takes place on local streets, giving students a real cycling experience. They will be taught how to deal with traffic on short journeys such as cycling to school or the local shops.

Level 3 Bikeability deals with more challenging roads and traffic situations. Level 3 training is delivered 1-to-1 or in groups of up to 3 so can be tailored to individual training needs, such as routes to school.

The contract will procure the services of an external company who will provide qualified National Standard instructors to deliver the training. For Bikeability Level 2 and 3 training the company will be responsible for contacting schools to book courses, instructor scheduling, training area risk assessments and training in line with Bikeability national guidelines.

The contract will commence on 1.8.2016 and will be for a period of 2 years with the option to extend for a further 2 years.

Interested parties should register their interest in the project via the In-Tend website https://in-tendhost.co.uk/hampshire and complete and submit the tender return document(s) together with any supporting information requested by 14:00 on Thursday, 11.2.2016.

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