Country : United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Summary : Contract notice: Personal development training services
TPD Ref No : 30564294
Document Ref. No. : 064999-2019
Financier : Self Financed
Office Name: Humber Learning Consortium
Address: 63-71 Anlaby Road
Town: Kingston upon Hull
Postal Code: HU3 2LL
Contact Point: Vicky Holbeck

Phone: +44 1482327438
Tender Details : Object of the contract
Personal development training services

Description: Contract notice: Personal development training services

Authority Type: Body governed by public law
Contact Nature: Services
Procedure: Open procedure
Document: Contract notice
Regulation: European Union
Award criteria: The most economic tender
CPV code: 80570000,80000000,80570000,80000000
CPV Description: Personal development training services.
Education and training services.
This Ability "World of Work" Employability Passport
Reference Number : Not Applicable
Humber learning consortium are working with the big lottery fund to deliver the "This Ability" project in Hull and East Riding of Yorkshire. The project is targeted at Unemployed or Inactive 18 to 29 year olds with a disability, learning disability/difficulty or long term health condition. There are 3 stages to the support available, and tenderers are expected to deliver Stage 2: "World of Work", which is a formal training programme to ensure participants complete and achieve an employability passport within 6 dedicated occupational sectors. Occupational sectors to be defined by the tenderer, and they will also be expected to support the participant into sustainable employment.
Main Site : Kingston Upon Hull and East Riding of Yorkshire. Geography of the project may be extended subject to Big Lottery funding and agreement.
Tenderers will need to deliver an employability passport, called "World of Work", across dedicated occupational areas in which they have extensive experience (we expect to contract for a maximum of 6 occupational areas) to a total of 500 young people aged 18 to 29 years old with a disability, learning disability/difficulty or long term health condition. The aim of the project is to help participants progress into sustainable employment. Tenderers will use HLC`s validated employability Passport which incorporates the 7 CBI employability Skills. A total of 1 200 000 GBP is available to deliver the employability passport and depending on the capacity to deliver varied occupationally specific passports, we may contract to 1 tenderer or multiple tenderers. Payment will be made on outputs, starts, achievements and sustained employment to a maximum of 3 000 GBP per participant.
There will be 2 stages to the procurement, completion of a written tender application, and for those that score more than 10 on question 1 and question 2 of the application, they will progress to a scored presentation to a group of young people. Those organisations that do not score a minimum of 10 at question 1 and 2 will not progress to the Pitch, and therefore, will be excluded from the tender exercise at this point. A cumulative score from the tender application and the pitch will determine the successful applicant(s).
The total value available is 1 200 000 GBP, which is available for a maximum of 6 different occupational sector delivery types. It is expected that there will be multiple contracts for this provision, and precise contract values will relate to the number of occupational areas covered and number of participants supported.

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Deadline : 15 Mar 2019
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