Thursday, 15 May 2014 from 10:00 to 13:00 (BST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Basildon businesses can learn how successful procurement can create efficiencies, secure value for money and boost profits. At this FREE workshop learn more on how to find opportunities, what the rules are and how to tender in order to win contracts.
Description of the course
A clear explanation of how public, private and international sector procurement works: WHO the sectors are, WHAT they buy, WHAT the rules are, WHERE to find opportunities and HOW to bid for them. Delegates will also be shown how to build their ability to win contracts and the documents required to show they are “fit to tender”.
Who should Attend?
Business owners, managing directors, business development managers, marketing managers and staff with responsibility for finding and bidding for work.
What does it cover?
Current tendering and procurement requirements in the three sectors
How to identify the right opportunities
Understanding procurement practices
How to keep up to date with developments in procurement
How to show your organisation is fit to tender or bid for work
On completion of this course you will have a basic understanding of how the public, private and international sectors purchase goods and services. You will know where to find opportunities and which to go for. As important, you will also understand which tendering opportunities you should NOT try for. You will also learn how to start building the capacity of your organisation and how to demonstrate your ability to deliver against a contract.
This course provides the foundation for moving on to the Intermediate Workshop detailing how tocomplete PQQs and Tender documents and to write compelling proposals. You will also receive a set of workshop slides and a list of resources to help you find contract opportunities.
* FOR BASILDON BOROUGH BUSINESSES ONLY*
When & Where
Basildon Borough Council
Basildon Borough Council is one of the largest borough councils in the country providing a range of services to more than 170,000 residents