Posted in: Tenders
Below are some tender opportunities that may be of interest to social enterprise organisations to apply for either individually or in partnership. You may be required to register at the linked to websites to view the full information or to register an interest.
Clyde Valley Waste Audits
North Lanarkshire Council (on behalf of the Clyde Valley Residual Waste Project) has received funding from Zero Waste Scotland to complete a waste composition analysis (WCA) of the household wastes collected by the Partner Councils (East Dunbartonshire, East Renfrewshire, North Ayrshire, North Lanarkshire and Renfrewshire, i.e. the Partners). As well as addressing local information needs, the data from this study will be used by Zero Waste Scotland to begin compiling a national waste composition database, which will be used by Zero Waste Scotland and its strategic partners (Scottish Government, CoSLA, SEPA and WRAP). North Lanarkshire Council and the successful contractor are required to follow the Zero Waste Scotland Methodology for Waste Composition Analysis (available at http://www.zerowastescotland.org.uk/node/14749) in order to comply with the conditions of the Zero Waste Scotland funding. The objective of the work is to provide the Partner Councils with an accurate view of the composition of the household waste stream collected at kerbside, based on a robust compositional analysis of the residual waste and a robust compositional analysis of the dry recyclate collections to allow the Partner Councils to understand the total composition of household waste in the Council area.
Supporting Healthcare Practitioners in Delivering Person-Centred Care – NHS Education Scotland
NES is currently working in partnership with Third Sector colleagues on a series of educational initiatives that build capacity and capability and support staff in delivering person-centred care. Each of the initiatives uses similar person-centred, assets-based approaches and focuses on developing key skills, techniques, behaviours and values. NES is now seeking to commission an organisation or consortia of individuals/organisations to undertake development and delivery of one of these initiatives. The aim is to prepare team leaders, managers and practice educators across Scotland to act as facilitators of training capable of delivering the Generic 10 ESCs training within their own locality. <<>> There is a maximum budget of £44,000 GBP, excluding VAT for this project to be completed by the end of March 2014.
Landscape Architect for Wilton Lodge Park Restoration Project
This Invitation to Tender is for the appointment of a Landscape Architect to take the existing outline design of the Wilton Lodge Park Restoration Project and associated works through RIBA Stages E to L.