Preventative Support for Behaviour that Challenges – Request for Quotations
Knowsley Metropolitan Borough Council is looking to receive quotations from bidders for the Preventative Support for Behaviour that Challenges.
Knowsley Metropolitan Borough Council is looking to receive quotations from bidders for the Preventative Support for Behaviour that Challenges. The purpose of the service is to provide a bespoke service for children and young people who do not meet the threshold for Positive Behaviour Support and may or may not have a neuro-developmental diagnosis to support behaviour that challenges that may lead to criminality, exploitation and exclusion. This service should complement our existing LD and mental health services for children and work closely with our Positive Behaviour Support service and our mental health Tier 2 services with a focus on providing a preventative approach for children and young people with lower-level behavioural issues attributed to mental and emotional wellbeing.
For a full specification for this opportunity, please register you interest.
Bidders are advised that the deadline set out above is absolute. You are advised to upload your submission well in advance of the deadline to avoid any technical issues that might arise causing you to fail to meet the deadline which would lead to the rejection of your submission. The Council is conscious that Bidders spend a huge amount of time, effort and expense in putting together a submission and is keen to ensure that no bid is rejected for this reason.
In submitting your quotation you agree to contract on the terms and conditions that have been issued as part of this opportunity. Due to the Council’s obligations of fairness and equal treatment to all bidders it cannot accept amendments to these terms and conditions or alternative terms and conditions. If you seek to amend the terms and conditions or submit alternative terms and conditions the Council may reject your quotation.
Estimated contract dates
Expression of interest window
From 09/03/2021 17:30 to 30/03/2021 09:30