CPC members can procure insurance for colleges and/or insurance-related services and products directly from insurers, or via brokers, or a mixture of both using this framework.
College members saved an average of 40.16% on their annual insurance premiums in 2019 (data and feedback received on tenders undertaken in 2019 for both repeat and new users).
Over a typical three or five-year long-term agreement (LTA) the colleges stand to save between £2.2m and £3.7m which can be reinvested into other areas within the institutions, delivering a better educational experience for their students.
The framework provides CPC members with college insurance covers which include but are not limited to:
“To say we were pleased with the outcome was an understatement.”
Tracy Cooney, Procurement & Contracts Officer, Burton & South Derbyshire College
"I recently purchased college insurance through CPC’s framework and I found the documentation excellent. The CPC team are very professional and offer support quickly."
Jackie Baker, Nottingham College
It was awarded on 1st August 2017 and runs to 31st July 2021.
Aquinas College uses CPC Insurance Framework for the first time
College generated saving of over 50% on their annual premium.
|Lot 1: Colleges Based Throughout the UK||4||View Suppliers|
|Lot 2: Land Based Colleges (Agricultural Colleges) Based Throughout the UK||4||View Suppliers|
To select your preferred provider, members must undertake a further competition considering your own insurance requirements. Please read the user guide for full details and guidance including template documentation.
Many college renewal dates fall into August, so we would typically recommend starting the tender process as early as March or April allowing you and the framework providers plenty of time to get the very best from your tender processes.
The CPC Quote Tool is free to use for all our members and offers quick, compliant access to all suppliers on our frameworks for purchases that fall below £189,330.
"The Quote Tool was easy to use and time saving, resulting in a straightforward process where we just had to put the details in once and could then use the reputable suppliers already recommended."
Deborah Anderson-Dixon, Finance Manager at Sir William Romney's School
For purchases that exceed £189,330, the CPC Sourcing Cloud is available that complies with the regulations to allow electronic tender returns whilst still being free to use for our members. Find out more about CPC Sourcing Cloud.
To use this framework and get a quote you need to sign in.
To create a free user account your institution needs to be a CPC member, CPC membership is completely free for educational establishments.
When you join the CPC you will receive some amazing benefits including access to 71 frameworks and specialist procurement advice, plus you won't be inundated with lots of marketing calls and emails that you don't need.
The joining form only takes a few minutes to complete and upon registering as a member you will typically be approved within 10 minutes (during the hours of 9am and 4.30pm).
To see if your institution is already registered as a CPC member use the search bar below, if your institution is not a member click the Join the CPC button. Remember CPC membership is free for educational establishments.
The following documents are associated with this framework. Some are required for successful use of the framework and are clearly marked.
|User Guide||This is required reading if you are considering using this framework. It tells you everything you need to know about the panel of providers, eligibility, running the mini-competition process, and evaluating bids.||Yes||Download|
|Post-Tender Survey Questionnaire||Following the completion of your tender process, please spare the time to complete the attached questionnaire. Your feedback is invaluable to us and it is only through constant monitoring that CPC can maintain and improve the level of service for members.||Download|
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|R2V FE Business Interruption April 2019||Business Interruption Insurance Guidance||Download|
|R2V FE Driving in Europe October 2019||Brief description on the impact of brexit on insurance abroad.||Download|
|Covid-19 and Insurance||We know that many of you are asking for advice about the extent of protection provided by insurance policies in face of the Covid- 19 outbreak. This News4FE will hopefully explain the position for you.||Download|
|R2V Covid-19 Return To Work June 2020||Download|
The savings the colleges stand to save over the long-term agreement can be reinvested into other areas within the institutions.
Guidance for FE colleges when considering their insurance renewal process within an ever-changing further education landscape.