Microsoft Windows 10 Training Contract

Microsoft Windows 10 Training Contract

Arden and GEM IT Services has a requirement to roll out Windows 10 across the entirety of the hardware estate for all supported clients.

Contract summary

Industry

  • Computer training services – 80533100

Location of contract

East Midlands

Value of contract

£70k

Published date

29 November 2018

Closing date

13 December 2018

Contract start date

01 January 2019

Contract end date

28 February 2019

Contract is suitable for SMEs?

Yes

Contract is suitable for VCSEs?

No

 

Description

Introduction
Arden and GEM IT Services has a requirement to roll out Windows 10 across the entirety of the hardware estate for all supported clients. IT support staff are not currently familiar with the Windows 10 OS so will require specialist training to ensure they can continue to offer quality support once clients are working on windows 10 devices. The roll-out project is due to begin towards the end of 2018 so training needs to be scheduled in as soon as practically possible to support that project.
Delivery
Training will need to be conducted on Arden & GEM sites across at least 4 geographic locations to negate a requirement for accommodation and travel expenses and ideally will require no more than 3 days per candidate. As the training rooms will be general purpose usage the training company will need to provide their own equipment to conduct the course (including PC’s, Monitors and Projectors etc.). The locations currently identified for training are: Derby, Basildon, Norwich and Lincoln, in each area the following approximate numbers of staff are all in scope for this training:

50 in Derby (6 x MK staff to train in Derby)
28 in Lincoln
34 in Basildon
10 in Norwich

 

About the buyer

Contact name

Mark Didcock

Address

Cardinal Square
10 Nottingham Road
Derby
DE1 3QT
ENG

Telephone

+44 1332888057

Email

mark.didcock@nhs.net

 

How to apply

Please apply directly to the buyer using the contact details provided, or follow the instructions given in the notice description or information section.

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