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Providing Affordable Online eLearning Programmes for Individuals and Businesses:

(15 March 2010)Tendering for Contracts Training of Cranleigh, Surrey, has taken another step forward in its efforts to provide small to medium enterprises with the training.Tendering for Contracts Training announced today that in conjunction with Gatlin International it is offering (44 new soft-skill business courses for immediate enrolment). Gatlin International is the world’s foremost resource of e-learning content, the courses are designed to improve business and management skills. Gatlin…See More
Mar 15, 2010
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Difficulties in Public Sector Procurement for UK Small Firms

Difficulties in Public Sector Procurement for UK Small FirmsA recent Parliamentary report shows that small businesses are still finding difficult to bid for public sector contracts, despite Government policies and attempts to intervene. The report, released by the House of Commons All Party Parliamentary Small Business Group (APPSBG), recommends that many barriers still need to be removed to help SME's win public sector contracts.(Ref. Source: Contract Eye (…See More
Nov 4, 2009
Press Release by Lloyd Sewell

Insight into Public and Private Sector Procurement - Contract Tenders and Bids

Many of small 2012 contracts will go to small businesses throughout the UK, however a lot of small firms that are quite competent to do the work are just not capable of winning the contract due a a variety of reasons. Among the various reasons are the inability of most small firms and individuals to effectively prepare a response to a contract document.To help resolve this ‘chicken & egg’ Tendering for Contracts Training of Cranleigh, Surrey, provide small to medium enterprises with on-line…See More
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Difficulties in Public Sector Procurement for UK Small Firms

Difficulties in Public Sector Procurement for UK Small Firms



A recent Parliamentary report shows that small businesses are still finding difficult to bid for public sector contracts, despite Government policies and attempts to intervene. The report, released by the House of Commons All Party Parliamentary Small Business Group (APPSBG), recommends that many barriers still need to be removed to help SME's win public sector contracts.(Ref. Source: Contract Eye (… Continue

Released on November 3, 2009 at 18:30 —

Insight into Public and Private Sector Procurement - Contract Tenders and Bids

Many of small 2012 contracts will go to small businesses throughout the UK, however a lot of small firms that are quite competent to do the work are just not capable of winning the contract due a a variety of reasons. Among the various reasons are the inability of most small firms and individuals to effectively prepare a response to a contract document.



To help resolve this ‘chicken & egg’ Tendering for Contracts Training of Cranleigh, Surrey, provide small to medium… Continue

Released on October 30, 2009 at 15:24 —

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At 15:47 on December 20, 2009, Lloyd Sewell said…
Soory girl I do not like to waste my time - ok goodbye
At 9:30 on October 2, 2009, FEnews said…
Hi Lloyd

It could be a good idea to comment back on the discussion, as at the moment I would have to pass this on via a chat. The discussion is: http://fecommunity.ning.com/forum

Kind Regards

Gavin
At 8:34 on October 2, 2009, FEnews said…
Hi Lloyd

Rachel has asked a question on the discussion board about funding for new providers. I thought you could help her... it could be someone who is potentially interested in your help / online course:

Rachel Olowoporoku added a discussion: New providers What is the best way to attract funding as a new provider? Now that everything seems bleak, any ideas?.


I hope this helps

kind regards

Gavin
At 12:07 on September 29, 2009, FEnews said…
Hi Lloyd

It should be, you just need to edit the event

Thanks

Gavin
At 11:22 on September 29, 2009, FEnews said…
Hi Lloyd,

Great that you are interested in FE Experts. Can we catch up over the next couple of days to work out a few ideas or topics that could be of interest or useful to people new to funding (or are starting to have to complete bids etc)

Thanks

Gavin
At 11:00 on September 29, 2009, FEnews said…
Hi Lloyd

I have just started a discussion on the mixed message from the LSC, one with funding cuts, the other being more college building programmes for £39.6M. Here is the link to the discussion: http://fecommunity.ning.com/forum

I thought I would let you know and see if you wanted to comment?

Speak to you soon

Kind Regards

Gavin
At 10:20 on September 29, 2009, FEnews said…
Hi Lloyd

Have you tried adding an event? I think this will hit the button with attracting the right audience.

Speak to you soon

Gavin
At 10:02 on September 29, 2009, FEnews said…
Hi Lloyd
It sounds very interesting, could be good to have this set up as an event on FE News and FE
Community if you have any dates that your courses are beginning? Could give you great
exposure for your courses.

As another idea. We are in the process of setting up an FE Experts page, which is a tips and
advice page for the sector. One area we were thinking of focusing on was funding.... would you
be open to getting involved in this? It could be good for you to raise awareness as a funding
expert to the community, so as if they are interested in taking a course - they will instantly
think of yourself.

Let me know if this is something you want to explore

Speak to you soon

Kind Regards

Gavin
At 16:36 on September 28, 2009, FEnews said…
Hi Lloyd

Welcome to the FE Community.

What do you think of the site? (it's officially our first day)

What is your specialism with the sector?

Kind Regards

Gavin

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