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The Royal Borough of Greenwich contracts currently going out to tender are published on this page.

The list is updated as new tenders are made available so please check regularly for the latest opportunities.


Assessed and Supported Year in Employment (ASYE) Programme

Contract no. SPS 1098

Royal Greenwich is looking for experienced social work training providers that can support us to deliver the ASYE Programme and an Enhanced Consolidation Module. There are three lots and the contract is for two years with an option for a further one year extension:

  • Lot 1 - ASYE Core NQSW and line manager workshops and support services
  • Lot 2 - ASYE Quality Assurance (QA)
  • Lot 3 - Enhance Consolidation Module

Training providers are invited to apply for one or more of the three lots available within this tender.

Specification

Each year the Council recruits a number of Newly Qualified Social Workers (NQSW) who are placed in a range of Children and Adult services. NQSW are required to undertake the ASYE as part of their on-going professional development. This training is followed by access to the Consolidation Module.

We currently have two on-going cohorts that are at the six month stage and a new cohort is scheduled to commence in October 2016. The Enhanced Consolidation Module will also start in the autumn of 2016.

View and download all documents relating to the ASYE programme tender

How to apply

Social work training agencies wishing to express an interest and submit a proposal can request full tendering information from workforcedevelopment@royalgreenwich.gov.uk

Key dates

  • Final date for expressions of interest is Thursday 15 September 2016.
  • Final date for receipt of bidder's questions is Wednesday 21 September 2016.
  • Final date for receipt of bids is 12 noon Friday 30 September 2016.

The Royal Borough of Greenwich will not accept proposals that are received after the deadline.


South East London Teaching Partnership

Contract no. SPS 1099

The South East London Teaching Partnership comprises the London Borough of Lewisham, London Borough of Southwark, Goldsmiths University and the Royal Borough of Greenwich. We are looking for Social Work Education and Training Providers to assist us in delivering a number of exciting and unique training programmes.

There are eight lots and the contract is for 18 months with a possible further one year extension:

  • Lot 1 - ACFP Employer endorsement programme
  • Lot 2 - Reflective supervision
  • Lot 3 - Developing subject matter experts
  • Lot 4 - ILM Level 3 Aspiring leaders programme
  • Lot 5 - ILM Level 5 Practice supervisors programme
  • Lot 6 - ILM Level 7 Senior managers programme
  • Lot 7 - KSS Senior manager briefings
  • Lot 8 - KSS Practitioner workshops 

Training providers are invited to apply for one or more of the eight lots available within this tender.

Specification

As part of our Workforce Development Strategy we are launching a number of leadership and management programmes for social workers. These will commence from October 2016.

View and download all documents relating to the South East London Partnership tender

How to apply

Social work training agencies wishing to express an interest and submit a proposal can request full tendering information from workforcedevelopment@royalgreenwich.gov.uk

Key dates

  • Final date for expressions of interest is Thursday 15 September 2016.
  • Final date for receipt of bidder's questions is Wednesday 21 September 2016.
  • Final date for receipt of bids is 12 noon Friday 30 September.

The Royal Borough of Greenwich will not accept proposals that are received after the deadline indicated above.


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