Develop and Monetise Apps
The overall aim of the Skills for the Digital Economy Programme is to develop and deliver industry-led, flexible, higher level skills provision which meets the needs of Creative Media employers and freelancers living and working in West Wales, Valleys and North West Wales supporting the knowledge economy and safeguarding the performance and productivity of the sector in these regions.
Procurer reference: CREATIVESKILLSETESF201310
Description of the contract
The overall aim of the Skills for the Digital Economy Programme is to develop and deliver industry-led, flexible, higher level skills provision which meets the needs of Creative Media employers and freelancers living and working in West Wales, Valleys and North West Wales supporting the knowledge economy and safeguarding the performance and productivity of the sector in these regions. The project also seeks to significantly increase training opportunities for New Entrants/Junior Professionals in these regions.
Creative Skillset Cymru will undertake comprehensive annual research on the skills needs for employers and freelancers living and working in West Wales, the Valleys and North West Wales. Based on the skills priorities identified in the research, training will be tendered out for training providers to deliver.
Classification of contract (CPV codes)
80000000 – Education and training services.
80210000 – Technical and vocational secondary education services.
80400000 – Adult and other education services.
80530000 – Vocational training services.
80510000 – Specialist training services.
Most economically advantageous tender in terms of:Criteria as detailed in the contract documents
SECTION IV: Administrative Information
This tender notice is an open invitation to tender by Creative Skillset Cymru to organisations with expertise in delivering training for the Creative Media industries.
If you are interested in delivering this training tender, please can you submit all documentation and evidence requested in English or in Welsh, in an A4 hard copy sealed envelope bearing only the address of the appropriate budget holder (see below) and follow the instructions as per the attached tender documents.”
Tenders received by any other method other than the above (e.g. fax or e-mail) will not be accepted
All tenders received after the closing date will be returned unopened to the contractor/supplier with an explanatory note.
We do not accept responsibility for the shortcomings of any delivery system or for any lost, delayed or defective tender responses. It is the applicant”s responsibility to ensure that their tender responses (and any attachments) are prepared in good time (taking into account the possibility of staff absences or technical failures) and are submitted in advance of the closing time and date. Proof of sending will not be considered as proof of receiving and all applicants are encouraged to seek confirmation that the application has been receive.
We cannot accept responsibility for applications that are incomplete, and regret that these will be rejected.
All tenders received before the official closing date will not be opened but will be:
1. Signed and dated by the recipient
2. Stored in a safe place until the closing date.
Tenders should be sent to the following address:
Jane Davies, Project Co-ordinator
Creative Skillset Cymru – Sector Skills Council for Creative Media
C/O Nichola Large
21 Caledonian Road
Applicants are required to provide details if it is envisaged that there may be a conflict of interest between individuals involved in the application and Creative Skillset Cymru or Creative Skillset UK-wide representatives. This is to enable us to assign staff to the tender process that has no personal relationship with any applicant.
Please note that we also welcome collaborative bids.