Days, over any period of time you want, e.g. one day per month for 6 months.
audience and brief background:
programme is aimed at procurement officers and other
officers with a substantive involvement in procurement. It is also aimed at
those who need to have a greater understanding of the procurement process, such
as legal officer responsible for procurement contracts but
who perhaps do not wish at this moment
in time to pursue a professional qualification.
courses we have undertaken for organisationsin the past, CIPS members have found it a
suitable course to update and refresh their approach to procurement.
can be adapted to fit your organisation’s bespoke
of the course and format:
procurement development and training programme is aimed
primarily at officers and managers with a significant interest in procurement.
It is aimed to help improve their understanding of the rules and regulations
that apply to procurement. It focuses on how they can be best interpreted to
gain value for money and provide the flexibility to meet the current demand for
further collaboration and joint working. It is important that they learn how to
use the rules and regulations that govern us, to add value to required outcomes
and additional benefits such as social value rather than allowing them to be
millstones that hinder the progress that every Welsh public sector is
attempting to make.
modular course will do just that by looking at the interpretation of
legislation in a positive manner and building up a toolkit of techniques and
processes to achieve value for money, whilst still complying with the
legislation and the requirement for probity when dealing with the public purse.
The modules are constantly revised to incorporate latest thinking and changes
will be a mixture of prepared information on PowerPoint or other acceptable
medium, case studies, discussion and exercises aimed to raise awareness and to
stimulate the delegate to share experiences and best practice. The delegate
will return to the work base with an action plan to apply themselves
to procurement in a more proactive and positive fashion.
working folder will be provided which will build up in to a useful working tool
over the course of the six modules, for use as a reference document in the
workplace and for distribution internally where appropriate.
modular programme will be delivered over a period of
6 full days usually running from 9.30am through to 4.30pm with a break for lunch
and twice for coffee/tea.
programme will cover the topics listed below but will
be flexible enough to accommodate any topics which are of particular importance
to the organization.
full days programme will accompany your joining
instructions for each module.
and Regulatory Background
Welsh procurement Policy
processes including e Procurement
Three Managing Relationships,
Collaboration and Partnering
Evaluation and Award
Life Costing Community Benefits
implementing and managing contracts