Further Provider Workshop for Independent Specialist Providers (Schools and Colleges)

Warwickshire CC in collaboration with Solihull MBC and Coventry CCC wish to put in place a Framework of non-maintained/independent specialist provision for children with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) aged 5-25 years.

Following feedback from the previous provider workshop held on 03 May 2017 and ongoing engagement with parents, young people and other partners we wish to hold a further provider workshop on Thursday 12th October:  2. 00 p.m. – 4 .00 p.m at Northgate House Conference Centre, Saltisford, Warwick, CV34 4JL

This workshop aims to:

  • increase awareness of the Coventry, Solihull and Warwickshire Partnership in developing a Independent Specialist SEND Day Educational Provision Framework
  • give you an opportunity to share your views to support the development of the framework with a focus on quality.

Warwickshire County Council will be using its e-tendering system (CSW-JETS) for the administration of this procurement process. Providers must register with the system to be able to express an interest and download the tender documents. To book place on the workshop please email louisepollard@warwickshire.gov.uk.

Contract Award – Specialist Foster Care for Young People Who Offend (known as Bail, Remand, Intensive Care and Support – BRICS) ref 00004684

3. a)   WCC Group

b)  WCC Service

c)   Contact details for further information (name, e mail, phone)

Communities Group

Community Services

Lesley Tregear

lealeytregear@warwickshire.gov.uk

01926 682661

4. Fuller description of the contract A Bail Remand, Intensive Care & Support (BRICS) service, which is to be a fostering service working in partnership with Warwickshire Youth Justice Service (WYJS) to provide children and young people, 10 – 17 years, supervised by WYJS with alternative to custody placements for remand, sentence and rehabilitation into the community from custody.  CSE children and young people are aged 8 – 17.

The service will support WYJS in assisting those young people with their social inclusion and diversion from criminal activity.

5. Successful Supplier/s

a)   Address

b)  Tel number,

c)   Email address,

d)  Web address

e)   Micro, Small, Medium Large enterprise or

f)    Voluntary/Community sector organisation

g)  Supplier Registration Number

 

Barnardo’s

Brooklands, Great Cornbow, Halesowen, West Midlands B63 3AB

http://www.barnardos.org.uk

 

 

VCS

 

00061625

 

6. Value of contract (including all extension periods) £2,380,000
7. Date contract awarded: 24 August 2017
8. a)   Contract Start date:

b)  Contract End Date

c)   Details of any option periods

d)  Contract Review Date

01 April 2018

31 March 2025

The initial contract term will be 4 years however the Council reserves the right to extend the contract by further periods not exceeding 36 months

9. Contract as a result of

a)   Invitation to Quote or

b)   Invitation to Tender

Invitation to Tender
10. As a consequence of this procurement, has the successful supplier/s agreed to join the WCC Premier Supplier Service (PSS) scheme? No

WCC – Framework for the Selection, Supply and Installation of Property Level Resilience (00004738)

This tender opportunity can be found on CSW Jets. You will need to be registered as a supplier/register your company as a supplier in order to be able to download the tender pack and submit your return.

Healthwatch Service – Provider Engagement Event reference 00005126

Warwickshire County Council, Public Health would like to invite potential service providers to attend workshop to consult on the local Healthwatch service which will be out to tender at the end of 2017.

Why are we doing this consultation?

The local Healthwatch service was last commissioned in 2013.  Over recent years there has been a significant change in the demand for health and social care services, with increasing numbers of service users with more complex needs, accessing Healthwatch services.

In order to address these changing needs, Warwickshire wants to work closely with service users and key partners to review the service delivery model for a new local Healthwatch service. The new service will focus on delivering outcomes based around Healthwatch England’s Quality Statements.

This consultation and the following work will inform the proposed service model:

  • Leeds Beckett Independent Review 2016
  • Discussions with commissioners of other local Healthwatch services

We want to hear your views

This consultation provides an opportunity for you to shape and influence Warwickshire’s new local Healthwatch service, by providing your views on the proposed service model. We want to work with you to ensure that we appropriately shape the service to meet the needs of service users.

The event will take place on Monday 18 September 2017 at 09:30 – 12:00 and will be held in Northgate House Conference Centre, Saltisford, Warwick, CV34 4JL.

Please register for the event via Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/healthwatch-provider-engagement-event-tickets-36997559697

Contract Award – Care Homes Refresh 2 (Project Reference – 00004132)

People Group – Strategic Commissioning

This tender was to allow further organisations to apply for a contract to provide care home services to WCC and the CCG’s, following the original tender earlier this year.

Warwickshire County Council (the Authority) is seeking to re-commission its contracts for care home placements. At the same time NHS South Warwickshire Clinical Commissioning Group and NHS Warwickshire North Clinical Commissioning Group (the CCG’s) are also seeking to re-commission their care home provision following conclusion of their previous framework.

The Authority is acting as lead commissioner in this procedure.

This tender is for all care home services for older people and adults with support needs which includes (but is not limited to):
– Residential and nursing;
– Physical disabilities;
– Learning disabilities and/or autism;
– Mental health needs;
– Dementia;
– Sensory impairment;
– Acquired brain injury;
– Cognitive impairment;
– Continuing healthcare.

The Authority also intends to use these new contracts to commission a range of care home based initiatives. These services may also be subject to other modifications and changes in order to meet the changing needs and demands of the Authority, the CCG’s and the customers.

The new contracts are for the provision of care home services within the County Council boundaries of Warwickshire County Council, or where the customer is a patient of the Clinical Commissioning Group then the location where they live, which is generally within a reasonable distance of the boundaries.

Coventry City Council and NHS Coventry and Rugby Clinical Commissioning Group intend to re-commission their care home services through separate arrangements. However it is possible that they may access care home services through these contracts in the future.

Details of all providers included within this framework are included in the attached sheet.

4132 Tender result

The value of the contracts is estimated to be £610m over the next 10 years

Date contract awarded: 15/08/2017

Contract Start date: 01/08/2017
Contract End Date: 31/08/2021
Contract extension available: Initial 5 year contract with the option to extend for up to a further 5 years.
Contract Review Date: 01/11/2020

These contracts are awarded as a result of an Invitation to Tender

Provider Engagement Event – Community TB Nursing

Warwickshire County Council Public Health and Coventry and Rugby CCG are jointly re-commissioning the Community TB Nursing service and wish to engage with the market on the service review and patient engagement, prior to going out to tender.  This is an opportunity for providers to feedback to help shape and develop the new service specification.

Commissioners will share the proposed new service model and the outcome of the stakeholder and patient engagement.

The Service 

The Community TB Nursing Service is a specialist nurse-led service that supports and provides care to patients diagnosed with TB within both Warwickshire and Coventry. The Team work with specialist medical staff to ensure a smooth patient journey from diagnosis to discharge and this includes supporting patients to take medication (Directly Observed Therapy DOT), referring for social support, home visits, tracing and testing contacts/family members for TB infection, managing incidents and outbreaks in the community and providing BCG vaccinations. The service provides information and advice to patients and carers and educational/TB awareness sessions to a wide range of professionals.

The engagement event will be held on

Thursday 14 September 2017 14:00 – 17:00

in

Committee Room 2, Coventry City Council, Council House, Earl Street, Coventry, CV1 5RS

To book places please contact rachelbentley@warwickshire.gov.uk. An agenda will be circulated nearer the time.

Market Testing – Abandoned Vehicle Contract

The Warwickshire Car Clear Partnership is reviewing its current Abandoned Vehicle contract which deals with the collection, storage and disposal of abandoned vehicles in Warwickshire.

The Partnership is seeking market engagement with potential suppliers who may be capable of providing such a service.

We would be grateful if you would spare the time to complete the attached questionnaire and email the completed document to: wastetenders@warwickshire.gov.uk by 9th August 2017.

The Partnership comprises of the following public bodies:
North Warwickshire Borough Council (NWBC), Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council (NBBC), Rugby Borough Council (RBC), Warwick District Council (WDC) and Stratford District Council (SDC), Warwickshire Police, Warwickshire Fire and Rescue and Warwickshire County Council Waste Department.

Abandoned vehicles Market Testing Pack