Up Coming Training
Projects Procurement and Contract Management
5-9 December 2022; Mombasa
Arising from the recent publishing of new standard tender documents, we are delighted to invite practitioners to our practical training workshop on the Preparation of Tender Documents, Evaluation Criteria and Evaluation of Bids.
Objective: To expand practical skills in the correct setting of evaluation criteria, preparing specifications and schedule of requirements, choice and preparation of tender documents, evaluation of bids, opinion and award.
Participants: The participants for this practical training include procurement and supply officers at varied levels, evaluation committee, inspection and acceptance committee, contract implementation teams, project officers and staff.
Approach: We will deliver the training using short presentations, group exercises, quizzes, role-plays.
Award: Certificate of Practical Training in Preparation of Tender Documents, Evaluation Criteria and Evaluation of Bids. The participants will gain CPD points with their professional bodies.
Booking: Please apply online at www.capsafrica.org or call Pauline on telephone: +254 706 657 369 or email:email@example.com
Up Coming Course Training
- Procurement of Works, Plant and Equipment
- Procurement and Contracts Audit
- Projects Procurement and Contracts Management
- Public Procurement and Asset Disposal Act and Regulations
- Procuring Consulting and Non-consultant Services
- Preparation of Evaluation Criteria and Tender Documents
- Framework Contracting and Agreements
- Procurement, Inventory and Disposal Planning
The training programs are based on extensive research on effective training of adult learners in Africa. Because the courses are practical oriented, emphasis is placed on hands-on work. Learners are requested to bring their Tablets and iPads loaded with Ms Office software and a calculator.
Based on our research, learners prefer training largely based on the following training methods: Discussions, simulations, group work and role-play.
The successful learners are issued with a Certificate of Practical Training. Authentication of the certificates is done online using the website www.capsafrica.org
The learners valuate the training by responding to various aspects of the training. This includes satisfaction with content, instructors, learning environment, materials, and learner groups. A pre-and-post assessment of the learners will measure the knowledge gained during the training and achievement of the training objectives.
The courses are based on county, national, regional, and international best practices. Learners gain expertise procuring under different procurement systems of Government, Development Banks, and Agencies.
The training modules are designed to appeal to all learning styles. The courses cater for learners that prefer concrete experience, observation, reflection, theory, as well as create new learning experiences.
A mix of national and international instructors will deliver the course. They hold advanced degrees in procurement and contracts management coupled with over twenty years international practice in procurement and contracts management.
The training is designed to ensure learners acquire practical skills, with minimal theory. New entrants gain skills on “how to” perform specific tasks in procurement and contracts management. More experienced practitioners update their skills on best practices in carrying out procurement in any African country and emerging markets.
The results of these training programs will be well trained staff equipped with practical skills and ready to perform their duties to the required standards. Each participant will get workbook of practical materials to to refer to at work.
The Centre for Advanced Procurement Studies has a professional training license from the Kenya Institute of Supplies Management (KISM) and is accredited by the National Industrial Training Authority of Kenya (NITA).
About 87% of learners prefer a research session on procurement and contracts management. Thus, each course has a session to discuss research topics, brief on research methods, analysis of data, and report writing.