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Subject: Request for bids: Training

Request for bids: Training

From: Carol Brown <hlfbs>
Date: Monday, April 10, 2006
Regional Co-ordinators for UK Work-Based Training Scheme

Institute of Conservation
Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) Training Bursaries Programme

Invitation to Tender
3 Regional Co-ordinators:

    London and the East
    North (including Scotland and Northern Ireland)
    Wales and the West

Icon is seeking 3 consultants to carry out the work of monitoring,
mentoring and assessing conservation trainees taking in part its
HLF-supported  programme. The contracts will run from June 2006  to
September 2010. These are key roles in ensuring the success of the
scheme, encouraging  cross-sector working between trainees and hosts
across the UK, in all sectors.

Work includes building one-to-one relationships with trainees and
supervisors: quarterly monitoring visits to trainees and supervisors
within your region, interviewing, assisting with training and
publicity events, providing an on-call service for supervisors and
trainees, encouraging networking.  Work is estimated at 1-2 days per
week on average over the year, with some intensive periods of input
for interviewing, events and quarterly visits. Co-ordinators should
be willing and prepared to travel at short notice.

Tenderers should be experienced professionals familiar with the PACR
standards and with a track record in delivering training, mentoring
or assessment services. Experience in the conservation field is
desirable. A schedule of work can be found on Icon's jobs file at
<URL:http://www.icon.org.uk>. You are invited to submit tenders
against this (stating which area you are applying to cover) with
curriculum vitae by e-mail only to Carol Brown <hlfbs [at] icon__org__uk>.

Closing date: 22 April 2006.


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