Thornton & Lowe
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This is for those with experience but who want to improve what they are currently doing and covers winning contracts through bidding, completing your ITT and post-bid work.
- Improving your Success Rates (ITT) Course Outline - download
This workshop covers:
- Developing a bid strategy and business winning systems
- Bid no bid procedures and reporting
- The importance of relationships
- Developing discriminators and win themes
- Planning, preparing and writing a response
- Added value and social value
- Branding, design and use of colour
- Feedback, freedom of information and continuous improvement
The cost for the training is £295+VAT per delegate, per session. This includes all course material, lunch and refreshments throughout the day. A 10% early bird discount is available until 1 month before the course date.
Who is this course for?
Our training is open to anyone at any level within your organisation, commercial or charitable, who is involved in the tender process and who is looking to improve your company’s success rate. Attendees may also want to brush up on their bid writing skills and discover what contracting authorities look for in a winning submission. Either way, our training will provide a great framework for you to build on in a friendly, hands-on learning environment.
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