Delighted for the whole team at NCFE after 100% success rate on T Level contract bids

October 8, 2019

Last week I enjoyed one of the most satisfying days of my working career.

 

SCLO have been heavily involved with NCFE’s bid to win contracts to be the delivery partner for five of the six new T Levels that have been announced.

 

 

 

So it was amazing to hear that they have been successful in all five of them and will now be responsible for new the delivery in Digital Business Services, Digital Support Services, Health, Healthcare Science and Science T Levels.

 

I could not be happier for the dedicated and determined group of people I have been working with during the bidding process.

 

The five new ones will be added to the Education and Childcare T Level they won in February and NCFE will now work with the Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education to develop and design the qualifications.

 

100% success rate

 

To have a 100% success rate on a series of bids is virtually unheard of in the industry so I am delighted for the whole team.

 

As a rugby fan, getting five out of five is as likely as Japan beating Ireland in the World Cup – but that has just happened too!

 

I began working with NFCE back in May 2018 and our 18-month partnership has been a fruitful one. The NCFE team have bought in to the bidding process and we have evolved as we have gone along. Different teams have combined with organisational support provided to drive success.

 

They are a high-quality awarding organisation who wanted to be at the forefront of the T Level agenda. Not only are they now at the forefront of that agenda, they are the forefront!

 

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