Request for Quotations: Social Entrepreneurship Programme

SKILLS DEVELOPMENT PROVIDER OR INSTITUTION FOR SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROGRAMME  

The health and welfare sector is a heterogeneous sector falling mainly under Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) category 93. The HWSETA has jurisdiction in over 60 SIC codes and employers belonging to the 60 SIC sectors are grouped into five groups:

  • Community services
  • Complementary services
  • Doctors and specialists
  • Hospitals and clinics
  • Research and development institutions

The Health and Welfare Sector Education and Training Authority (HWSETA) would like to appoint a Skills Development Provider/s or institution/s with NPO training experience to provide training, mentorships and assessment for Social Entrepreneurship Programme.

The Skills Development Providers must meet the following requirements:

SCOPE

Social Entrepreneurship programme covering the following:

  • Vision, Mission, Leadership and Strategy for Non-Profit Organisations (NPOs)
  • NPO funding and sustainability models
  • Planning for influence and impact
  • Diversification of income streams for NPO
  • Financial management for NPO
  • Mentorship in the NPO organisations

CERTIFICATION

The HWSETA requires the Skills Development Provider to issue the individual trainees with Certificate on completion of the course.

NUMBER OF DAYS AND CONTENT OF TRAINING

The training intervention will take 10 days (5 classroom days and 5 mentorship days)

ACCOMMODATION, TRAINING VENUES AND CATERING

The Skills Development Provider or institution must indicate the accommodation and training venues to be used for training. The training venue must be properly equipped for this kind of training, and accessible to people with disabilities. During training, the applicant must provide teas and light lunch.

FACILITATION

Applicants must be mindful of the following:

  • Be sensitive to the feelings of individuals and groups who come from diverse backgrounds and industries
  • Resourceful and creative
  • It is imperative that the facilitators are proficient in the African languages used in the province applied for and can, therefore, code-switch to ensure that all participants benefit from the training programme.

Each submission must further include:

  • Details of relevant expertise and experience
  • Details and CVs of facilitators
  • Company profile
  • Original tax clearance
  • Address and contact details of offices
  • Relevant professional associations
  • Inventory list of premises, facilities etc., required for the assignment
  • Annexure with regard to methodology/understanding Project Deliverables (high-level work plan indicating deliverables, dates/milestones, resources)

TARGETED PROVINCES AND TOWNS

The applicant must indicate the provinces and towns they are able to conduct training in:

Province Eastern Cape Free State Gauteng KwaZulu-Natal Limpopo Mpumalanga North-West Northern Cape Western Cape
Town

Applicants can respond to one or more of the above provinces, however, preference will be given to provinces where the applicant is based.

PRICING

Applicants are expected to price in the format, quote per person and also indicate the total cost (VAT Inclusive)

  1. Management and leadership of NPOs:
ITEM DESCRIPTION VARIABLE DAYS COST
1 Training and Mentoring Per person/once off
2 Training venue and refreshments Per person/once off
3 Accommodation for  (Minimum of 3 star hotel) Per person/once off
4 Assessment and evaluation Per person/once off
5 Certification Per person/once off
6 Training and Mentoring
TOTAL

Applications can respond to one or both of the above courses.

Hard copy proposals as per above sections must be marked and submitted either by hand or couriered to HWSETA’s physical address; 17 Bradford Road, Bedfordview, 2007.

ONLY ORIGINAL HARD COPIES FULLY SIGNED WILL BE ACCEPTED. NO LATE, FAXED OR E-MAILED APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED.

Click here for the call for quotations and specifications. Enquiries can be sent by email only to: mlulamisim@hwseta.org.za.

Closing date for proposals: 18 January 2019

NO LATE SUBMISSIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED AND THE HWSETA IS NOT OBLIGED TO ACCEPT ANY OR ALL OF LATE SUBMISSIONS RECEIVED.