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The following training is for Community Services sector focusing on the procurement of goods and services.

For staff attached to regional agencies, please indicate your interest in information or regional training sessions and opportunities by email: regionalprocurement@finance.wa.gov.au

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Tendering for Community Services

This workshop is focused on practical skills and knowledge to assist not-for-profit organisations in tendering for community services.

24 September 2019

Costing and Pricing

This half-day workshop will provide NFP organisations with an overview of what to consider when developing your offer price.

TBA

Planning and Designing Community Services

Combining the Planning in Partnership session with the Developing and Measuring Outcomes session, this half day workshop explains Planning, Needs analysis and Co-design when procuring community services and will assist you to determine and understand the relationship between inputs, outputs and outcomes in community services procurement.

TBA

Procuring and Managing Community Services

Combining the Procuring Community Services and the DCSP policy session with the Managing Service Agreement session, this half day workshop provides; an overview of how the state government procures community services and an understanding of how to effectively manage a service agreement.

Coming soon

Online modules – Important information

Online learning is a free and flexible way of educating yourself at a time and location that is convenient for you.
Due to a change in providers, not all online modules are available at this time. We are working to release more modules for you soon and will list them on the Online learning for Community Services web page as they become available.

 

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