Psychology Training for Informed Environments

Psychology Training for Informed Environments

Up to 20 No Wrong Door organisations PIE training. • A minimum of 15 organisations will be trained.

Provision of Training for Psychologically Informed Environments (PIE)

Birmingham Voluntary Services Council

Contract summary

Industry

Education, Other Services

Location of contract

B5 6DR

Value of contract (£)

£0

Published date

26 July 2015

Closing date

18 September 2015

Contract start date

08 February 2016

Contract end date

27 July 2018

Description

Birmingham Voluntary Services Council (‘BVSC’) is the responsible Authority for the creation, delivery and support of voluntary support services to citizens in the Birmingham are and is seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified and experienced providers who can meet all of the legal requirements of for the provision of specialised training services. Aim and Objectives The aim of this Contract is to develop a PIE culture and ethos amongst organisations working with Birmingham Changing Futures Together (BCFT). BVSC, through this Contract, will offer; • up to 20 No Wrong Door organisations PIE training. • A minimum of 15 organisations will be trained. • Individuals who complete the PIE training will be offered psychologically-based reflective practice for up to 12 months. The knowledge generated from delivering this service will feed into the Project’s evidence base and be used to inform Systems Change. The overall aim of the Birmingham Changing Futures Together (BCFT) is to facilitate a cultural change in the commissioning and delivery of services for people with multiple complex needs. The development of an evidence base around systems improvement and effective interventions is a vital part of the Birmingham Project. Constraints BVSC’s primary focus is the delivery of appropriate support in a field of wide and deep demands. Accordingly, its resources and available funds are always stretched. Furthermore, BVSC’s ethos is to find the most economically effective means of achieving its aims. Contract The overall Contract life is expected to run from February 2016 for a 30-month period. Deadline for submission of the ITT is 18th September 2015 at 12pm via the e-tendering portal.

About the buyer

Contact name

Jayne Bacon

Address

Digbeth

Birmingham

West Midlands

B5 6DR

Telephone

07425 170 711

Email

jayne@baconpm.co.uk

Other information

Attachments

Additional information on how to apply for this contract

https://in-tendhost.co.uk/bvsc/aspx/

Conditions of Participation: Organisations wishing to register an interest in tendering should go to: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/bvsc/aspx/Home to express their interest. You will also be able view and respond to the ITT (Invitation to Tender) at the same time, view other attached documents and send questions and queries via the messaging system within the website. All communications regarding this tender must be via this messaging system. If you need any assistance using the e-tendering website please call 0844 272 8810 or email All communication and questions must be via the https://in-tendhost.co.uk/bvsc/aspx/Home website. The deadline for the submission of the ITT is the 18th September 2015 at 12pm. Delivery Notes Contract Opportunity Provision of Psychologically Informed Environment (‘PIE’)Training and Reflective Practice Birmingham Voluntary Services Council (‘BVSC’) is the responsible Authority for the creation, delivery and support of voluntary support services to citizens in the Birmingham are and is seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified and experienced providers who can meet all of the legal requirements of for the provision of specialised training services. Aim and Objectives The aim of this Contract is to develop a PIE culture and ethos amongst organisations working with Birmingham Changing Futures Together (BCFT). BVSC, through this Contract, will offer; • up to 20 No Wrong Door organisations PIE training. • A minimum of 15 organisations will be trained. • Individuals who complete the PIE training will be offered psychologically-based reflective practice for up to 12 months. The knowledge generated from delivering this service will feed into the Project’s evidence base and be used to inform Systems Change. The overall aim of the Birmingham Changing Futures Together (BCFT) is to facilitate a cultural change in the commissioning and delivery of services for people with multiple complex needs. The development of an evidence base around systems improvement and effective interventions is a vital part of the Birmingham Project. Constraints BVSC’s primary focus is the delivery of appropriate support in a field of wide and deep demands. Accordingly, its resources and available funds are always stretched. Furthermore, BVSC’s ethos is to find the most economically effective means of achieving its aims. Is a Recurrent Procurement Type? : Yes

How to apply

Please apply directly to the buyer using the contact details provided.

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