Invitation to tender: learning and development expertise required

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Westminster City Council’s vision is “to set a standard of city management that represents excellence in absolute terms, competing with anything on offer around the world”.

Providing our staff with structured, meaningful and robust Learning and Development opportunities is key to realising this vision.

We have redesigned our existing L & D provision and would like to hear from suitably qualified and experienced professionals to work in partnership with us, to shape and deliver a range of learning interventions, initially for a period of 18 months – with anticipated commencement of services on 3 October 2005.



  • Interventions include:
  • personal effectiveness 
  • health and safety management
  • customer service 
  • equalities
  • team development 
  • project management and many more…

Our chosen partners will be expected to demonstrate proven experience, best practice and expertise in their field.

Westminster City Council does not envisage awarding the contract to one tenderer, instead we anticipate appointing several partners under a framework agreement.

In order to review an outline of our learning and development requirements, and to obtain a pre-qualifying questionnaire please email or write to Greg White:

Greg White
HR Direct Service Performance Manager
6th Floor, City Hall
64 Victoria Street
London, SW1E 6QP
Westminster City Council
T: 0207 641 2882
F: 0207 641 2054
E: gwhite.hrdirect@westminster.gov.uk

We will not invite tender submissions until we have received and reviewed a completed pre-qualifying questionnaire. This questionnaire must be completed and returned to Greg White by 12 noon on Friday 8 July, 2005.

Westminster City Council intends to make the tender documentation available to shortlisted tenderers on or around 15th July 2005

It is anticipated that those shortlisted will be invited to submit tenders by 12 noon on Friday 29 July, 2005 with formal presentations being held during weeks commencing 8 and 15 August, 2005.

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