Edging closer to a century
Updated: Feb 13, 2020
I was thrilled to find out this week that there are getting close to 100 people registered for my webinar with AELP in two weeks’ time.
‘Tendering 101 – how to identify and tender for the right opportunities’ will take place on 14 June and is free to any members who want to attend.
You can register by clicking here.
Before then, in what is a busy month for me on the webinar front, I am hosting an online session for ERSA on Wednesday 6 June.
I am really looking forward to it and just wanted to write a quick overview of what I will be discussing on the day because there is still time to add yourself to the list of attendees.
It’s free for members of ERSA and £80 for non-members and takes place between Midday and 1pm (GMT).
Entitled: Growing Your Business Through Tendering, I’ll aim to help employment support providers find tender opportunities and complete EOIs.
On the subject of how to find tender opportunities, I’ll give an overview of:
• Where to find opportunities • What are CPV, UNSPSC codes? • Tools available to help you
And then we’ll examine completing Expression of Interest Forms by discussing:
• How to get selected • What to complete and when • Key information and data collection • Top 5 tips
ERSA is the representative body for the employment support sector and they are a fantastic organisation to work with. I am grateful for the opportunity to share my knowledge with their members.
Those members are from the private, public and voluntary sectors and range from huge companies down to specialist charities operating in their local communities.
A reminder that the day before I host the AELP webinar, myself and Ian Clarke from Workforce Solutions will be holding a one-day course at Leicester Forest Rugby Club explaining the mindset of a successful tender bid writer.
No boots or balls are required!
We will be using a fascinating psychological profiling tool called Mindsonar and getting our attendees involved in the process. It should be an excellent day.
Find out more by clicking here.