Training Package for Health Workers
The Delivery of a training package for Health Workers to deliver patient education around IGR.
- Halton Borough Council
- The Delivery of a training package for Health Workers to deliver patient education around IGR.
- Halton Borough Council’s Public Health Department has been working with other Public Health colleagues across Merseyside to develop an intervention pathway for patients identified as having Impaired Glucose Regulation (IGR). The aim of this aspect of the project is to prevent or delay the onset of diabetes through providing patient education (via a 45 minute session) to IGR patients as part of an appropriate lifestyle intervention programme.The participating authorities wish to appoint a suitably, qualified provider to develop and deliver an IGR training package to enable identified staff (e.g. Health Trainers and Lifestyle Advisors) to deliver the patient education element of the pathway and where necessary to undertake motivational interviews and behavioural change techniques. The provider will also be required to develop an e-learning training package which staff must complete as a pre-requisite to attending the training course which it is anticipated will be for no more than one day.
Satisfactory insurance cover in accordance with Council requirements must be in place at the commencement of the contract, the Council reserves the right to review those levels throughout the lifetime of the contracts.
Halton Borough Council may abandon the bidding process at any time and is not bound to accept any bids and will not be liable under any circumstances whatsoever for the costs bidders incur in preparing the submission.
All questions relating to this quotation must be submitted via The Chest’s Question and Answer facility. Please refer to previously asked questions before asking a question as duplicate questions will not be answered.Both questions and answers will either be made public on The Chest or responded to directly to the originator depending on the content.
Halton Borough Council will provide all bidders with their final ranked position only after the evaluation process is complete upon request via The Chest’s Question and Answer facility.
Decisions are usually made 2 weeks following the closing date of the ARFQ.
Acceptance of offers
You should note that: –
a. The Council reserves the right not to accept the lowest, or any, quotation
b. The Council reserves the right not to consider any bid which exceeds the indicative budget
c. The Council reserves the right to accept the whole or defined lots of the quotation without accepting the remainder.
d. Acceptance of a quotation/award of contract will be by written communication from the Council via the chest.
This Contract is not an exclusive provider/supplier contract
Access to information
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disclose either information about your bid or the quotation itself, including your price or range of prices once a contract is awarded and information that you may regard as commercially sensitive. Requests for non-disclosure must accompany your tender and include clear and substantive justification together with a time limit when any confidential information could be disclosed.
Transparency of spend
If you are awarded this contract, any individual payments made to you over £500 will be published in our transparency data on the Councils web page
The Councils standard terms and conditions relating to orders and payment are available on the chest and acceptance of them is a requirement for trading with the Council. Additionally there may be further terms and conditions relating to the purchase of individual goods and services contained in the draft Contract enclosed as part of the ARFQ. Suppliers are advised to fully consider these before submitting a quotation.
- Ms Rachel Doyle
- Email Address:
- Kingsway House
- 19/09/2013 11:00
- 02/10/2013 12:00
- 3 (months)
- 0 (months)