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    Marinus Link Project - Tender Workshop Program - LaTrobe City

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    Marinus Link is pleased to present four comprehensive half-day Tender Business Workshops alongside ICN VIC, Latrobe City Council, and South Gippsland Shire Council. Tender writing experts Sedo Group will facilitate the workshops, which are designed to equip participants with the essential skills and knowledge required for successful tendering. The interactive workshops will incorporate practical activities focusing on key aspects of tender preparation and response strategie

    Participate in interactive sessions and practical activities meticulously crafted to deepen your comprehension of tender preparation and response strategies, specifically tailored for SME enterprises

    Workshops 1 + 2 (Maximum of 2 attendees per business in each workshop)
    Date:
    Wednesday, 15 May, 2024 - Duration: Half-day workshop - Registration Fee: Free - Location: Morwell Bowling Club, 52 Hazelwood Rd, Morwell VIC 3840
    Workshop 1:
    9.00 AM – 12.30 PM  Workshop 2: 1.30 PM – 5.00 PM

    If these workshops reach full capacity and are unable to accommodate your registration, please consider registering for Workshop 3 or 4, scheduled for Thursday, 16 May, 2024.

    Workshops 3 + 4, Register Here! (Maximum of 2 attendees per business in each workshop)
    Date: Thursday, 16 May, 2024Duration: Half-day workshop Registration Fee: Free - Location:
    Space 47 - 47 McCartin St, Leongatha.
    Workshop 1:
    9.00 AM – 12.30 PM  Workshop 2: 1.30 PM – 5.00 PM
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      Workshop Activities:

      1. Creating an Effective Engagement Strategy:
        • Steps to develop an engagement strategy, including crafting a capability statement.
      2. Establishing a Relevant Value Proposition:
        • Understanding the importance of differentiation and crafting compelling value propositions.
      3. Responding to Tendering Questions:
        • Addressing commonly asked tendering questions such as methodology, customer service, and quality management.
      4. Evidence-based Responses:
        • Guidance on underpinning responses with a strong evidence-based framework.

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      Tender Workshop Structure:

      1. Tips for Responding to Tenders:
        • Understanding government and industry procurement processes.
        • Strategies for finding upcoming Marinus Link work packages.
        • Maximizing winning chances through effective tender responses.
      2. Tips for Responding to Local Content Requirements:
        • Understanding local content policies and requirements.
        • Comprehending the Victorian Government's Local Jobs First policy.
        • Practical advice on addressing local content plans and contract monitoring.
      3. Incorporating Social Procurement:
        • Exploring social procurement in a local government context.
        • Understanding the Victorian government's social procurement framework.
        • Guidance on responding to social procurement requirements and commitments.

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      Why attend?

      • Engage in interactive workshops with practical activities.
      • Receive a comprehensive workbook containing background information, templates, and space for activities.
      • Gain valuable insights from industry experts.
      • Network with fellow participants, fostering valuable connections.

      Don't miss this opportunity to enhance your tendering skills and boost your success rate in securing contracts. Register now to reserve your spot!
      ICN Victoria Events Team
      events@icnvic.org.au


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