Workshops aim to guide pre-qualification tender submissions

Contractors are to be helped through the legal and technical minefield of the pre-qualification questionnaire for tendering processes.

A one-day workshop will pinpoint key areas that must be met by suppliers and look at standard selection criteria, sustainability issues, adding value and social, economic and environmental drivers.

"Pre-qualification questionnaires are a key stage in the tender cycle, assisting buyers in evaluating the capability and capacity of bidders," said a spokesman for BiP Solutions, which is running the workshop in London on 22 May.

Topics covered will include the legislative framework, the procurement process, pre-qualification questionnaire, considering risk as well as case studies. The course costs £195.

Meanwhile, a preparing perfect tenders workshop aims to help companies' tendering success by sharpening up on presentation and evaluation. This runs in Birmingham on 8 May and in London on 29 May, priced £285.

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