Tender Preparation and Evaluation

Course Properties

Course date: 05-11-2017
Course End Date: 09-11-2017
Location Sharm El-Sheikh

Course Description

Wrong tenders can result in buying the wrong service or product at the wrong price – and that can seriously harm the health of the customer organization. The Tender Preparation and Evaluation course will help you avoid mistakes in tenders, show best practice and create winning tenders.

The course demystifies the process and provides guidance to developing truly effective tenders that make for better vendor evaluation and selection and facilitate ongoing contract management. It is designed to teach you the best techniques for successful service procurement. The focus will be on selecting the right supplier for the right reasons and get the right deal in order to maximize business leverage from your tenders.

Course Objective

  • Discover essential service procurement and/or tendering tools and techniques
  • Maximize business leverage from tenders
  • Become an asset to the tender presentation/selection team of your organization

Target Audience:

This course is designed for managers, coordinators, supervisors, engineers, assistants, officers and administrators responsible for tenders, contracts, procurement, purchasing, supply, projects/project management, planning, operations, construction, and technical support.

Course Contents:

  • Planning the procurement lifecycle
  • Planning the tender stages – what to do before you go to market
  • Identifying and developing the skills needed for a successful tender exercise
  • Targeting and profiling the service
  • Developing cost and service profiles and base-lining
  • Drafting the tender document or market package
  • Tender documents: the devil is in the detail
  • Designing optimal evaluation criteria
  • Managing exposure: effective risk management
  • Facilitating the best responses to the tender
  • Applying due diligence to ensure viability of the supplier, the bid and the contract
  • Conditions, specifications and service level agreements
  • Post-tender activities
  • Debriefing the losing tenderers
  • Planning the procurement lifecycle
  • Planning the tender stages – what to do before you go to market
  • Identifying and developing the skills needed for a successful tender exercise
  • Targeting and profiling the service
  • Developing cost and service profiles and base-lining
  • Drafting the tender document or market package
  • Tender documents: the devil is in the detail
  • Designing optimal evaluation criteria
  • Managing exposure: effective risk management
  • Facilitating the best responses to the tender
  • Applying due diligence to ensure viability of the supplier, the bid and the contract
  • Conditions, specifications and service level agreements
  • Post-tender activities
  • Debriefing the losing tenderers