This half-day public course helps delegates successfully navigate today's tricky procurement processes...
Our next course is taking place at the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (12 Bloomsbury Square London, WC1A 2LP) on Tuesday 06 February 2018 - 14.00 to 17.30
This public course helps delegates negotiate the minefield that is public sector procurement and create documents that score highly on the background questions. This then allows the team to focus on 'the interesting bit' and create presentations that appeal to individual clients and their specific project requirements.
Caroline Cole delivers this course. She has written successful submission documents for designers, architects and developers alike but it is her extensive experience of assessing submission documents on behalf of client organisations that makes this course unique.
In keeping with the Colander philosophy, this is an intensely practical course, using an interactive workshop style and drawing on case study examples to ensure that the teaching can be applied to real live projects.
- Selecting the right opportunities for your practice
- Background investigations – what and why
- Putting yourself in the clients’ shoes
- Demonstrating interest and enthusiasm
- The selection process itself
- Answering proforma questionnaires
- Tailoring your submission
- Project sheets
- Using colour and graphics
- The front cover
- Post mortems
A comprehensive bound set of course notes will be provided.
£275 + VAT per delegate (Pay for 1 full price delegate and receive 10% discount for additional delegates)
To book your place please contact Alex or phone 0208 771 6445