The ability to write a first class, informative tender submission is an art that requires preparation, strategic thinking and creative flair. With that in mind, Thornton & Lowe has designed a range of full-day, practical training courses, designed to help you write a clear, concise and compelling bid.
The training has been developed and is delivered by our highly-experienced senior bid team. It will guide you through the process from start to finish, making sure you get the formula right each time.
Our training courses are proving popular with clients, as they receive hands on, relevant information, as well as plenty of opportunities to have your questions answered. Plus the course is packed full of constructive tips and feedback too.
Pre-qualification questionnaire (PQQ) success
1. Introduction to public procurement
2. Finding opportunities
3. Barriers to success
6. Developing responses
7. Importance of evidence
8. Reviews, feedback and continuous improvement
Invitation to tender (ITT) – Winning more contracts
1. Bid/no bid decision
2. Added value
3. Social value
4. Win strategy
5. Planning the bid
6. Developing a strong bid
7. Colour and graphics
8. The review process
9. Freedom of information
10. Post-bid work
Who should attend?
Our training is open to Managers and Directors who are involved in the tender process, and are looking to improve their company’s success rate. Attendees may also want to brush up on their bid-writing skills and discover what contracting authorities look for in a winning submission. Either way our training will provide a great framework for you to build on in a friendly, hands-on learning environment.
We’re currently working with Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce on their tender training events, but we can also deliver on a one-to-one or a tailored course for your company. Our training is individually adapted to the needs of the client, delivered at a time and location convenient to you and your delegates.
Email us at email@example.com or call us at one of our offices across the UK; Greater Manchester – 01204 238 046, Midlands – 0121 523 1051, Central Scotland – 01334 208 312