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Fully funded procurement training – all courses now available online

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The courses which are accessed via Crescent Learning have been a mixture of e-learning, self-study and class attendance in the past to cater for all styles of learning and time commitments.  Two of the most popular classroom courses: ‘Writing a Tender Specification’ and ‘Evaluation Techniques’ are now available online through the BIP e-learning platform.  The courses cover key areas to consider when writing tender specifications and evaluating tenders which include developing evaluation strategies and the different stages of the evaluation process.

CPC members also have free access to CIPS e-learning courses on: Ethical Procurement, Developing and Managing Contracts and Markets and Options Assessments.

CPC members still have the opportunity to access a video recording of The Public Procurement Law Conference filmed over the summer which tackles 9 thorny questions pertaining to the procurement regulations. 

Should you be new to procurement, an Introduction to Procurement e-learning course produced in house by CPC is a great place to start.

CPL Group is able to fund procurement training thanks to the fantastic support of CPC members, Tenet Education Services customers and CPC suppliers.

Please visit www.crescentlearning.ac.uk for more information or to apply for access to any of these procurement training courses.

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