Go-2-Tender Workshop - Belfast
Go-2-Tender is an InterTradeIreland programme which has been developed to give SMEs the confidence, knowledge and practical skills to tender successfully for public sector contracts in their own jurisdiction and on a cross-border basis.
The programme is geared towards SMEs who are new to tendering or who want to improve their basic tendering skills.
The course consists of a two-day workshop and a half day of mentoring. This mentoring may be extended by up to two additional days and all mentoring is delivered by an experienced consultant to assist with tender development.
The workshops will take place on 2nd and 16th April 2019 at the Innovation Factory, Forthriver Business Park, 385 Springfield Road, Belfast, BT12 7DG.
Find out more course details below:
- How to source above and below threshold contract opportunities
- The bid/no bid decision
- How the Public Sector buys (North and South)
- How to assess opportunities using live examples
- Electronic tender platforms (e.g. eTendersNI & eTenders.ie)
- Success strategies for SMEs
- How to become more competitive
- Improving your document writing skills
- Checklist of tender content and how it should be presented
- Debriefing following tender competitions
- Action planning for successful tendering
Registration begins at 9:00 and the programme wraps up at 17:00 on both days.
To register for the event, download the Go-2-Tender Workshop Application Form (216 KB). Once completed, email the form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Go-2-Tender provides excellent value for money and includes training, materials, catering and mentoring.
The cost is £85 or €100 per person.
We reserve the right to cancel or amend the timings of our events at any point up to the stated start time of the event itself.
Delegates may also cancel their booking at any time by following the link in their confirmation email from InterTradeIreland or its representative Event Management Company.
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