Requirement for Educational Content Writer

Requirement for Educational Content Writer

Educational content writer for an online health literacy and well-being curriculum.

Provision for an educational content writer for an online health literacy and well-being curriculum

Contract summary

 

Industry

    • Feasibility study – 79314000
    • Health services – 85100000
    • Miscellaneous health services – 85140000

Location of contract

B4 7WB

Value of contract

£0

Procurement reference

QU491

Published date

11 June 2021

Closing date

25 June 2021

Closing time

12pm

Contract start date

1 August 2021

Contract end date

30 November 2021

Contract type

Service contract

Procedure type

Open (non-OJEU)

Contract is suitable for SMEs?

Yes

Contract is suitable for VCSEs?

No

 

Description

Birmingham City Council is seeking for a supplier for the provision of an educational content writer for an online health literacy and well-being curriculum known as The Spiral Curriculum.

Birmingham Public Health has set an ambition to improve and protect the health and wellbeing of Birmingham’s population by reducing inequalities in health and enabling people to help themselves.

Birmingham is a diverse city with a wide variation in deprivation and ethnicity, it is a young city with 46% of its population aged under 30 years. Childhood obesity levels have been above national average since 2006, with a clear social gradient as children living in deprived communities are at an increased risk.

The successful organisation or person will support the Council’s existing Childhood Obesity Trailblazer Project:

Childhood Obesity Trailblazer – A national project to encourage Local Authorities to focus their efforts on becoming healthy food places. It is a council-led project in England, coordinated and funded by LGA to tackle childhood obesity at a local level, with a focus on inequalities. It aims to:
o test the limits of existing powers through innovative and determined action to tackle childhood obesity
o share learning and best practice to encourage wider local action
o develop solutions to local obstacles and consider further actions government can take to enable ambitious local action and achieve change at scale

The Spiral Curriculum is one of three of the workstreams the Council has developed to achieve this goal.
The Spiral Curriculum – A health literacy study that integrates the use of apprenticeship levy and training programmes to teach health and well-being content
o Focuses on health, food, nutrition and physical activity
o Embedded into level 1 to level 7 apprenticeships and pre-apprenticeship programmes
o Works with local universities and providers in Birmingham to embed health messaging in wider employment training
o Targets employment opportunities towards 15-19-year olds in the most deprived areas where rates of obesity are highest
o Aims to upskill a generation that could apply their knowledge in the home and as future parents

The contract will commence August 2021 for a duration of 3 months.

The Council will be using its free to use e-tendering system (in-tend) for the administration of this procurement process and potential suppliers must register with the system to be able to express an interest. If you wish to express an interest in this opportunity please click on the following link to access https://in-tendhost.co.uk/birminghamcc/ and submit your details to register. You will then be sent details on how to log on which will enable you to download all relevant quotation documentation.

If you are unable to register with In-tend or have any questions or problems on how to use this web site please either email us at: cps@birmingham.gov.uk or call…

 

More information

 

Links
Additional text
If you are interested in tendering please click on the following link to access Birmingham City Council’s tender Portal.

Delivery Notes

Birmingham

Is a Recurrent Procurement Type? : No

 

How to apply

 

Follow the instructions given in the description or the more information section.

 

About the buyer

 

Contact name

Manjit Samrai

Address

10 Woodcock Street
Birmingham
West Midlands
B4 7WB
United Kingdom

Telephone

0121 303 0349

Email

manjit.samrai@birmingham.gov.uk