CONTRACT NOTICE – NON OJEU
Is this notice funded by the Welsh European Funding Office (WEFO)?
SECTION I: CONTRACTING AUTHORITY
Name of the organisation
Stuart Street, Cardiff Bay
SECTION II: DETAILS OF THE CONTRACT
Is it a framework agreement?
Title of the contract
Delivery of ESF Part-Funded Reach the Heights Educational Outreach Activity to Secondary Level Schools in the Merthyr Tydfil, Blaenau Gwent, Torfaen and Caerphilly Local Authority Areas
Description of the contract
Reach The Heights is a project targeted at young people at risk of becoming NEET, with part-funding from the ESF and run by the Welsh Government with eight joint sponsors, of which Techniquest is one. The successful Applicant will receive ESF part-funding to deliver three STEM Programmes designed for the project by Techniquest (one per term) to each of ten key stage four classes, two each at two schools in Blaenau Gwent and two schools Torfaen, as well as one in Caerphilly (a total of five schools, ten classes) – in addition to Second and Third Interventions to a small number of key stage three and four classes in Merthyr Tydifil which are already enrolled in the Project. All sessions are pursuant to the terms of the Contract. Other eligible associated costs will also be part-funded. The term of the Contract will be 20 March 2012 to 31 March 2013. For full details, please see the Invitation to Tender, the Contract, the Appendix and the Annexes attached.
Place / site of work / delivery
Delivery will be in schools
Classification of contract (CPV codes)
80200000 – Secondary education services.
SECTION III: AWARD CRITERIA
Contract will be awarded based on:
Most economically advantageous tender in terms of:1. As detailed in the Invitation to Tender attached
SECTION IV: Administrative Information
Instructions to suppliers
All details of the tender process are given in the Invitation to Tender attached.
Deadline date refers to
receipt of tenders
Does this contract relate to a Project / Programme funded by EU funds?
Reach the Heights is ESF part-funded and managed by the Welsh Government