NHS England (London Region) (hereafter referred to as “The Authority”) invites Expressions of Interest (EoIs) and completed Invitation to Tender (ITT) submissions from all suitable providers, who are capable of delivering Healthcare Services in HMP Brixton and HMP Wandsworth.
Highways England is looking to procure health and safety leadership training to implement a substantial cultural change in the approach to health and safety within the Major Projects Directorate.
The British Library is looking to purchase one dual page book capture system, designed to image heritage bound material in high volume. The scanning system must output images to standards specified in this document. The system and software must be compatible with the British Library IT technical standards. The scanner must capture bound books of up to A2 in size and with spines 20-25cm in width. It should be able to output a minimum of 350 Tiff images in one full working day or 10,000 images a month. The offered package should include on-site installation, support, and hardware and software training within a month of supply.
Replacement heating system at Leighton Buzzard Ambulance station
Proposals are sought from experienced, credible and reputable provider(s) in the field of Talent Management and senior leader development to design and deliver; the assessment and development process and 12-month aspirant director development component of the Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and West Essex Accelerated director Development Scheme (ADDS). Proposals are requested for a delivery partner(s) to design and delivery DDS Cohorts 4 and Cohort 5 for up to 16 participants per cohort.
With the Armistice Day 100th anniversary and Remembrance Day coinciding this Sunday millions of people across the nation will be thinking of loved ones who gave their lives in those terrible conflicts in far off lands and closer to home.
But what about those who didn’t die but are forever changed by the mental and physical scars of war?
It is thought that up to 80% of those who we find homeless, sleeping on our streets are ex military who find it impossible to settle down to civilian life when they return home.
As a business we felt we wanted to try and do our bit to help and show our respect so we have signed the Armed Forces Covenant. This aims to create more awareness of the returning soldiers’ plight and simply asks that we try and help where we can. We are committed to doing just that.
Please download the pdf and read what we have signed up to – then ask yourself, could you sign up too?
If so, contact the Armed Forces Covenant team and they will get their local representative to make contact.
Eastbourne Borough Council is looking to contract with a training provider who can provide full training for 7 members of our staff in Level 3 Certificate in Housing: Managing Housing Services Pathway (Apprenticeship), commencing in January 2019. Quotation returns will be evaluated on the basis of 70% Quality 30% Price. Further information is held in the Quotation Pack attached to this opportunity.
We are issuing an update to the previous notice regarding a change to the procurement timescales and to invite interested suppliers to register an interest to attend our second Market Engagement Workshop. We anticipate that this will be held in early December. Please see attached document for contact details and update.
The purpose of the Market Engagement Workshop is to test principles and seek provider input ahead of the issue of tender documents. It forms part of a wider stakeholder engagement; including a consultation process with members of the Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined Authority Provider Forum.
In order to inform the development of potential policy options to end the practice of conversion therapy with lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in the UK, the Government Equalities Office (GEO) is seeking expressions of interest to carry out a research project to include a rapid evidence review around conversion therapy, and qualitative research involving LGBT participants who have directly experienced conversion therapies in the UK.
For OLEV-funded domestic chargepoint installations, an audit is required to give a level of independent and objective assurance of compliance by the installers and customers – this is to be done through on-site visits to installations for the domestic charging infrastructure grant schemes which are in scope of this requirement.