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Tender Document Preparation for Procurement of Non-Consultant Services

Course Description:
Demand for non-consultancy services in Tanzania Mainland, increases as far the pace for industrial innovations is concern. And the ones, who largely expect to deliver the same, are the local suppliers. With regard to service requirements, those suppliers are required to prove their ability and capacity to deliver services in terms of high quality, affordable cost and foremost timely completion. One of the areas, which are highly evaluated, is how tender document is being filled with important information by these contesting suppliers; with closer support from the respective procuring entities in term of correct preparation of tender documents. Thus this short course would add value to both participants in term of maximizing performances

Learning Outcomes:
Focusing on the tender movement areas of expertise, knowledge and process, the training is intended to help participants learn how to prepare comprehensive and customized tender documents in their daily working lives hence, providing them with practical solutions to improve individual and organizational performance.

At the end of the course, every participant will be able to prepare tender document in a professional manner. This will enable them to prepare a project plan and schedule; to enter and to structure project tasks and their duration; to optimize project resources and manage project costs; to check tasks interdependencies and constraints.

Course Content:
 Public Procurement Outlook
 Instruments Governing Public Procurement
 Principles of Public Procurement
 Introduction to Tendering;
 Types of Tenders and Qualities of Good Tender Documents;
 Tendering Criteria
 Tendering Process;
 Important parts/sections of a Tender Document
 Ethical Issues to Consider on Tender Preparation, Submission, Evaluation and Awards
 Risks and Challenge Management;

Target Group:
Procurement Officers, Tender Board Members, Suppliers (Entrepreneurs) and other interested stakeholders in the field of Public Procurement Management
Date: 24th March to 29th March 2019

Time: From 09:00 hours to 16:00 hours

Venue: College of Business Education, Dodoma Campus

Course Fees:
The course fee of TZS 350,000 (for Tanzanians) and equivalent of US$ 200.00 (for foreigners) covers costs of facilitation, training materials (stationery and other consumables), venue, light refreshments and lunch during session. Participants/clients are expected to meet their transport costs to and from the venue, accommodation, healthcare and other allowances if applicable for participants. Payments should be done in advance. Please pay your fee through TANZANIA POSTAL BANK PLC: Account Number 191504001632, Account Name ASSOCIATION CBE CONSULTANCY.

Registration:
Please complete the registration form and return it with the bank pay in slip to CBE by mail, fax or physical address as specified hereunder:

Dr. Robert Glan Mashenene
College of Business Education,
P. O. Box 2077,
Dodoma
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Fax #: +255-262-322121
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History of CBE

The COLLEGE OF BUSINESS EDUCATION (CBE) was established in 1965 by the Act of the Parliament. COLLEGE OF BUSINESS EDUCATION Act No. 31 of 1965. His Excellency, J.K. Nyerere, the first President of the United Republic of Tanzania officially opened the new College in January 1965. The College was officially named the “College of Business Education” (CBE). The said Act of Parliament gives the College its legal status as an autonomous institution with its Governing Body. The College shall be governed and administered in accordance with the provisions of this Act.

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The origin of the College of Business Education (CBE) is closely linked to the history of the Nation itself.

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