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” Crest not only gives your business a resource in knowledge, but power! “
Crest specialise in supporting and consulting providers in education. Whilst we understand the strong connection across other business sectors, training is essential, especially where expert knowledge leading to recognised qualifications can be mandatory.
We help in setting up your processes and procedures if you are looking to provide regulated and unregulated qualifications. We with help to develop bespoke management systems, policies procedures, administration systems, centre resources, and centre assessment processes to ensure your centre adopts a robust quality assurance framework for those seeking accreditation.
Crest Consultancy can support your business towards gaining accreditation from a national recognised awarding body so your business can provide qualifications.
Crest also helps businesses in the Health and Social Care Sector Such as Domiciliary Care, Semi-independent living and services include CQC and Ofsted Frameworks to be application ready. And of course, Business Finance as well as getting tender ready for contracts and funding!
Bidding for contracts
Businesses can find the administration of compliance overwhelming. It is well known that this is an important element within businesses and getting this right not only underpins the quality standards of your organisation, but can also be crucial in tendering and winning new business.
Crest can help identify suitable opportunities, prepare and write review bids to support you to win contracts.
Bidding for contracts can help you to win big orders, although, for many businesses preparing tenders can be time consuming and daunting, cost money and tie up valuable resources. This is especially important for small businesses that rarely have that luxury of time. In addition, If you don’t get the contract, the money and time spent is usually lost, and it could take time to recover. Remember, bidding for public sector contracts is a commitment, and you need to carefully weigh up whether or not a tender is worth bidding for.
As part of our process with you we will be working towards: –
- The purpose and origin of the bid
- Summarise your work as a contractor, past experience and credentials for this job
- How you’ll carry out the work, and how and when the client’s aims will be achieved
- The benefits and value for money of your bid
- Detail when and how goods and services are to be delivered, and provide a timetable
- Demonstrate your team’s skills, experience of similar work and their responsibilities if you win the contract
- How you will manage the project
- Give details of your pricing and any aftercare arrangements within the price
- Be practical and identify potential problems without promising what’s clearly impossible for you to deliver
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