Safety Tech Good Governance Training Courses
The goal of the ‘building in good governance’ training module is to provide safety tech company leaders (CEOs/COOs) with: an overview of the practical and tangible resources that will help them succeed as principle-led, customer-focused businesses.
Safety Tech Innovation Network – Building in Good Governance
Knowledge Transfer Network Limited
- Research and development services and related consultancy services – 73000000
Location of contract
Value of contract
KTN RFP-A0660 1
4 August 2021
3 September 2021
Contract start date
13 September 2021
Contract end date
31 March 2022
Open procedure (OJEU)
Contract is suitable for SMEs?
Contract is suitable for VCSEs?
The Safety Tech Innovation Network is supporting DCMS in this programme and would like to invite relevant companies with the knowledge of the sector and experience in delivering training courses to submit their proposal to design and deliver a training programme within the “Safety Tech Academy”.
The goal of the ‘building in good governance’ training module is to provide safety tech company leaders (CEOs/COOs) with:
an overview of the practical and tangible resources that will help them succeed as principle-led, customer-focused businesses;
support in developing a roadmap that is tailored to their needs.
The provider will be expected to deliver a short, modular training programme that will help CEOs and COOs of safety tech SMEs:
understand the basic principles of running and growing a social-impact technology business, and;
prioritise the elements that are useful and relevant to them, and develop a broad plan for taking action.
Whilst we envisage that this training course will be geared towards CEOs and COOs of safety tech SMEs, this will depend on the outcomes of our discovery phase. We imagine the cohort size on this programme will be around 20-30 individuals, though this is subject to the findings from user research. All training and communication will be online, with no face-to-face element. The course should be a hybrid of instruction and tailored support.
The work should include two phases
The programme should be delivered online using widely available platforms and tools that can be accessed by all programme participants.
The contractor is required to have the Cyber Essentials Plus certification.
In response to this tender, please provide the information listed below.
Short narrative describing how you would approach the project and design and deliver the training programme
One or more examples of similar work delivered in the past
Outline of the delivery platform you propose to use
Recognising that this would be subject to change and within the constraints of the overall budget, suppliers are asked to submit a timeline of estimated costs for the duration of the project i.e. September 2021 – March 2022.
KTN invites suppliers to provide any additional information in the form of video content, imagery or links, which provide supporting evidence that suppliers recognise and work in accordance with KTN and STIN values as an organisation. Suppliers might include evidence of environmental management practices, environmental or social aims and social responsibility, diversity and inclusion policy and practices.
How to apply
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