Tenders

Tenders 2020

 

Seeks tenders for the provision of training programmes
Lone Parents Engagement & Leadership.

Procedure:              Open
Issue Date:             30/07/2020
Closing Date:         5 pm 14/08/2020

Instructions for return of tenders; tenders should be submitted by email in pdf format to amanda.deburca@cklp.ie

Please note that the issuing of a contract relating to this request for tender is subject to awarding of funding.

Context; The programmes outlined here have been developed based on needs identified in the development of the LEADER Local Development Strategy, the profiling of County Kilkenny for the SICAP 2018 – 2022 bidding process (2017), the research that informed the reviewed Local Economic Community Plan and a dedicated piece of research on Lone Parents (2019). The programmes have also been developed in the context of the social and structural impacts being felt due to Covid 19.

Programme 1: Lone Parents Engagement & Leadership.
• 5-week Training Programme Outline for Peer Support Volunteers
• Bespoke Course- Costing to include time for trainers to develop tailored approach
• Peer support ethos, skills and approach includes confidentiality
• Communication skills, includes active listening and communication via remote technologies
• Facilitation skills
• Boundaries and self-care
• Critical reflection and identifying needs

Programme Structure:
• 10 lone parent Peer Volunteers to deliver direct support to Lone Parents in the Community as identified in County Wide Action plan.
• Training Sessions & Coordination of participants in three-hour training sessions to be co- facilitated
• L 6 equivalent Facilitation Skills to follow in x 10 people. -
• ICT Module – Fit 2 Work on programme below linking to EOI 2

Anticipated Outcomes:
• Skilled community facilitators engaging with lone parents
• Wider engagement of Lone Parents with local dedicated Action Plan
• Movement of individual parents in training, education, and development through engagement in wider community developments process.
• Spreading benefits across the family through better connection with local social, cultural, economic and institutional resources.

Process & Tender Evaluation
Interested parties must provide the following information:
• Proposed methodology / approach to delivering the project. This should be outlined in a good level of detailing reflecting the experience participants will have, the inputs/supports they will receive, and the methodologies used in training sessions. It should also detail how the provider will interact and collaborate with KLP staff and the planning for moving participants into further training and development experiences after the programme is completed. (50 marks)
• Details of experience in delivering projects of a similar nature (25 marks)
• Details of the project team and responsibility / task assigned to team members (20 marks)
• Confirmation of availability to commence the project in early Autumn and complete within an appropriate time frame. (15 marks)
• Price, including VAT and Expenses (15 marks).

Required format for submissions
General Information: Tenders should include the following information:
• Name and contact details of individual / organisation submitting the tender
• Name and contact details of any third parties involved in the tender
• Name of person dealing with the tender
• Name of person(s) delivering each aspect of the project
• Qualifications and experience of main contacts
• Details of similar work undertaken
• Capacity to deliver contract requirements
• Methodologies proposed (as per previous section)
• Project details
• Timeframe / timetable proposed and availability
• Itemised costings
• Names and contact details of two referees
• Up to date Tax Clearance Certificate and Tax Clearance Access Number
• Professional Indemnity & Public Liability Insurance

Finance and Governance
Total project budget is €6,500 – must include all expenses and VAT. Successful bidder must have a current Tax Clearance and professional Indemnity Insurance.

Any queries should be addressed to Amanda de Burca at amanda.deburca@cklp.ie or by phone on (056)7752111.:

 

 

Seeks tenders for the provision of training programmes
Small Holders Options Programme

Procedure           Open
Issue Date          30/07/2020
Closing Date      5 pm 14/08/2020

Instructions for return of tenders; tenders should be submitted by email in pdf format to martin.rafter@cklp.ie

Please note that the issuing of a contract relating to this request for tender is subject to awarding of funding.

Context; The programmes outlined here have been developed based on needs identified in the development of the LEADER Local Development Strategy, the profiling of County Kilkenny for the SICAP 2018 – 2022 bidding process (2017), the research that informed the reviewed Local Economic Community Plan and a dedicated piece of research on Lone Parents (2019). The programmes have also been developed in the context of the social and structural impacts being felt due to Covid 19.

Small Holders Options Programme
• Examination of the holding – asset-based approach
• Biodiversity & green environment,
• Regulatory Environment – CAP. Food security and the Ecology.
• Diversification – opportunities and connecting to a wider environment – tourism, food production, energy crops, farm-based services
• Personal Development -whole family approach – developing a wider set skills to between occupations.
• ICT – getting farm online. Department payments etc.
• Farm & family Finance
• Farm Safety
• Succession planning

Programme Structure
• Run over 10-months x bimonthly sessions
• One to one assessment & training x 2 sessions x 2 hours
• 20 participants
• Lead Tutor x 1 plus specialist inputs
• ICT Module – Fit 2 Work provided internally by KLP.

Anticipated Outcomes:
• Overall aim is the improved viability of small farm holdings
• Viability achieved through asset based and wider outlook approach
• Whole family improved outlook and plan.
• Improved compliance with regulatory environment
• Maximizing benefits from CAP and farm related schemes & programmes.

Process & Tender Evaluation
Interested parties must provide the following information:
• Proposed methodology / approach to delivering the project. This should be outlined in a good level of detailing reflecting the experience participants will have, the inputs/supports they will receive, and the methodologies used in training sessions. It should also detail how the provider will interact and collaborate with KLP staff and the planning for moving participants into further training and development experiences after the programme is completed. (50 marks)
• Details of experience in delivering projects of a similar nature (25 marks)
• Details of the project team and responsibility / task assigned to team members (20 marks)
• Confirmation of availability to commence the project in early Autumn and complete within an appropriate time frame. (15 marks)
• Price, including VAT and Expenses (15 marks).

Required format for submissions
General Information: Tenders should include the following information:
• Name and contact details of individual / organisation submitting the tender
• Name and contact details of any third parties involved in the tender
• Name of person dealing with the tender
• Name of person(s) delivering each aspect of the project
• Qualifications and experience of main contacts
• Details of similar work undertaken
• Capacity to deliver contract requirements
• Methodologies proposed (as per previous section)
• Project details
• Timeframe / timetable proposed and availability
• Itemised costings
• Names and contact details of two referees
• Up to date Tax Clearance Certificate and Tax Clearance Access Number
• Professional Indemnity & Public Liability Insurance

Finance and Governance
Total project budget is– 10,800 must include all expenses and VAT. Successful bidder must have a current Tax Clearance and professional Indemnity Insurance.

Any queries should be addressed to Conor Cleere at conor.cleere@cklp.ie or by phone on (056)7752111.

 

 

Seeks tenders for the provision of training programmes

Food Training Programme: Young People Food Training

 

 

Procedure                  Open

 

Issue Date                30/07/2020

 

Closing Date             5 pm 14/08/2020

 

Instructions for return of tenders; tenders should be submitted by email in pdf format to martin.rafter@cklp.ie

 

Please note that the issuing of a contract relating to this request for tender is subject to awarding of funding.

 

Context; In a tradition of cross company working KLP has sought to combine the ambitions of the programmes it delivers. Combining the social inclusion focus and food expertise of the company KLP has identified synergies in terms of how people are engaged with, how people are moved into the labour market, business are created and local communities and the economy are improved. To this end the SICAP Team are seeking to deliver two food-based programmes:

 

Young People Food Training

With a focus on the preparation of a more independent life, healthy lifestyles and the development of good food culture amongst young people from different backgrounds KLP seeks to deliver 8 food training workshops.

Workshop Content & Structure

  • Know your ingredients
  • What’s growing in the garden?
  • Nutrition for teenagers
  • Cooking at college
  • Healthy meal on a budget
  • Cooking for friends (e.g. veggie lasagne, proper chicken burgers, fajitas)
  • Desserts
  • Sharing Food Culture
  • 1-day Workshops (10am – 4pm) x 8
  • 10 participants each day (5 boys and 5 girls), Target Group: 16 – 18-year olds. 

 

Anticipated Outcomes:

  • 80 young people engaged with
  • Greater levels of food knowledge
  • Healthier attitudes toward diet
  • Exposure to food cultures.

 

Process

Interested parties must provide the following information:

  • Proposed methodology / approach to delivering the project. This should be outlined in a good level of detailing reflecting the experience participants will have, the inputs/supports they will receive, and the methodologies used in training sessions. It should also detail how the provider will interact and collaborate with KLP staff and the planning for moving participants into further training and development experiences after the programme is completed. (50 marks)
  • Details of experience in delivering projects of a similar nature (25 marks)
  • Details of the project team and responsibility / task assigned to team members (20 marks)
  • Confirmation of availability to commence the project in early Autumn and complete within an appropriate time frame. (15 marks)
  • Price, including VAT and Expenses (15 marks).

 

Required format for submissions

General Information: Tenders should include the following information:

  • Name and contact details of individual / organisation submitting the tender
  • Name and contact details of any third parties involved in the tender
  • Name of person dealing with the tender
  • Name of person(s) delivering each aspect of the project
  • Qualifications and experience of main contacts
  • Details of similar work undertaken
  • Capacity to deliver contract requirements
  • Methodologies proposed (as per previous section)
  • Project details
  • Timeframe / timetable proposed and availability
  • Itemised costings
  • Names and contact details of two referees
  • Up to date Tax Clearance Certificate and Tax Clearance Access Number
  • Professional Indemnity & Public Liability Insurance

 

Finance and Governance

Total project budget is €4,640.00 must include all expenses and VAT. Successful bidder must have a current Tax Clearance and professional Indemnity Insurance.

 

 

Any queries should be addressed to Martin Rafter at martin.rafter@cklp.ie or by phone on (056)7752111.

 

 

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