Invitation to tender for external evaluation of project ProLeNE
The West of Scotland Colleges’ Partnership (WoSCoP) invites written estimates for the provision of External Evaluation of Project ProLeNE for the Company.
The specification provides information on the Company and sets out its requirements. The document is in four sections:
Section 1 summarises the background to WoSCoP;
Section 2 provides the contract specification;
Section 3 details the instructions for the submission of the estimate;
Section 4 sets out the information required from the consultant/contractor.
The document is designed to ensure that all estimates are given equal and fair consideration. It is important therefore that you provide all the information requested in the format and order specified in Section 4.
The purpose of Project ProLeNE - Promoting the recognition of learning in national and European contexts - is to promote the benefits of credit rating of informal, non-formal and non-accredited learning to learners, employers, training providers and national policy-makers and to extend the volume and range of credit rated informal and non-formal learning provision into the SCQF.
The project addresses two objectives of the Strategic Framework for European cooperation in education and training ("ET2020") that is:
• making lifelong learning and mobility a reality; and
• promoting quality, efficiency and equity in lifelong learning.
It also contributes, directly, to embedding Scotland’s Lifelong Learning Strategy - “Life Through Learning, Learning Through Life” - and supports the Scottish Government’s vision of ensuring “the best possible match between the learning opportunities open to people and the skills, knowledge, attitudes and behaviours which will strengthen Scotland's economy and (Scottish) society."
The written estimate should be submitted by email to email@example.com along with one hard copy in the same name and to the address detailed in the specification.
The deadline for the submission of written estimates is 5pm on Friday 18 May 2012.
Read the specification.
Posted on 26 April, 2012