Looking for coaching tenders? One of the most valuable things we can offer each other as humans is knowledge. Whether it is providing individual or group support, we understand the importance of coaching tenders. In this blog, we will share how you can find coaching tenders and three tips to help you win! Keep reading to learn our secrets…
So, you’re looking for coaching tenders. Using a search engine such as Google is fine, but there is a faster way.
This is where Consultancy Tenders comes in.
Our portal is one of Hudson Discover’s 11 sector-specific tender tracking portals. They are specifically designed to save you as much time as possible when searching for tenders.
You may have heard of tender tracking portals before. So, what makes us different? Well, our Opportunity Trackers manually search for tenders without the use of CPV codes. This means there is no risk of missing the perfect coaching tenders because of a coding error. We also send daily tender notifications to keep our users updated with all the opportunities found each day.
Sign up to Discover Elite via your chosen portal. Then, a dedicated Account Manager will find live bids on your behalf. They’ll speak with you weekly to discuss opportunities that may interest you. This is especially helpful for those with little time to spare due to busy schedules.
Upgrading to Discover Elite will ensure you never miss a tendering opportunity, even when you’re busy!
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Now that you know how to find coaching tenders, you may be wondering how to win them. We sat down with some professional Bid Writers to see what advice they have to offer. Here’s what they had to say!
One of the most important parts of bidding for coaching tenders is to back up your claims. The purpose of a bid is to showcase why you should be awarded the contract. You can’t just say why you deserve it. You need to show that you have the experience to do it right.
So, using case studies is vital within your bid proposal. It almost certainly won’t be a winning bid without them. These case studies should also be from the last three to five years. Most importantly, they need to be relevant. You need to show the buyer you know exactly what they are looking for. Showcase your experience in delivering the same or similar work. If you can’t do this, the buyer is unlikely to award you the contract. Don’t throw your chances away by including irrelevant information. This only shows the buyer that you don’t fully understand their goals.
It is very unlikely that the first draft of your bid proposal will be perfect. That is why you should never submit the first draft! You should use bid management skills to stay organised and ahead of schedule. This way, you are left plenty of time for reviewing, proofreading, and editing your bid.
The best way to proofread your bid is to go through it multiple times. If possible, it should be reviewed by several people. This way, you are far more likely to catch all the errors. Even reading aloud to yourself can make it easier to spot mistakes. The buyer will not take you seriously if your bid is full of errors. It gives the impression you are unprofessional and are not thorough with your work. With this in mind, it is understandable why the buyer wouldn’t trust you with the contract. You need to give the best impression possible. One of the best ways of doing this is to show you pay attention to the quality of your work.
Before you begin planning your bid, you should check your eligibility for the contract. You’d be surprised by how many people don’t do this, spend resources, and lose the bid purely for this reason. It’s a complete waste of time! So, save yourself the annoyance and thoroughly read all the tender documents. With coaching tenders, it is quite likely you’ll need certain qualifications and accreditations. So, keep an eye out for this when you read the documents.
Below are just a handful of examples of the coaching tenders we’ve had on our Consultancy Tenders portal.
Bedford Borough Council – Eastern – Budget: £679,200
DfTc – Department for Transport – London – Budget: £5,000,000
University of Derby – East Midlands – Budget: £70,000
Cornwall College e-Tendering – South West – Budget: £18,000
Sheffield City Council – Yorkshire and Humber – Budget: £52,115
We have reached the end of our blog on coaching tenders! Let’s recap everything we covered so nothing is forgotten.
To find coaching tenders, you can use a portal such as Consultancy Tenders. Our portal is unique as we don’t use CPV codes. So, there is no risk of missing an opportunity.
To win coaching tenders, you should consider the following tips:
If you don’t have the resources or time to write a winning bid, why not outsource it? Our sister company, Hudson Succeed, boasts an 87% success rate and has over 60 years of collective bidding experience. They offer four bid writing support packages to help you on the path to success. Whether you’re new to tendering, or simply need someone to proof your written response before you submit – we can help.
Our Tender Ready programme is designed for those who have never tendered before. This 4-week programme works with you to ensure you have everything in place to tender successfully.
Tender Improvement can help if you’re already tendering but aren’t seeing success from your current efforts. Our Bid Writers will assess your previous submissions and supporting documents. They’ll give you feedback and guidance on how to improve, helping you to secure your next coaching tender.
If you’ve written a tender and need someone to proofread it – Tender Mentor is for you. A Bid Writer will double-check it’s in line with the specification and free of any grammar or spelling mistakes.
If you’ve found the perfect tender but don’t know where to start – we can help. Send the specification over to us and our Bid Team will do the rest. They’ll let you know what they need from you and provide you with a full breakdown. They’ll even submit it on your behalf, leaving you more time to focus on your business.
Get in touch to find out more information.