Essential writing techniques to win public sector contracts

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Writing public sector bids and tenders

Who is it for?
Any team who have to write bids or tenders for work in the public sector.

(This is a course for in-house teams. Just looking for training for yourself? See our course for individuals here.)

What level is it for?
Any level. We’ll tailor the content using examples of your bids and tenders or examples of the ITTs and RFPs you respond to.

When and where
Date arranged around you. We can train at your site, anywhere in the world, or train your team remotely online.

Course length
Flexible, typically one day.

Delegates
We can train from four people up to your entire organisation. Each session has a maximum of ten delegates.

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Winning work in the public sector is a specialist area. To be successful, you need to submit extremely high-quality bids and tenders.

This course will show your team how to plan, structure and write public sector bids and tenders, so that you can be confident of winning your next contract.

A key feature of this course is that all delegates receive our unique pre-course writing analysis. This covers 15 different areas of writing skills and helps us tailor the training to the delegates’ precise writing needs, delivering long-lasting business benefits.

By the end of the training, attendees will be able to:

fully answer the questions in a public sector brief, ITT or RFP
engage all readers – from senior public sector executives to procurement teams
use win themes and highlight benefits that are meaningful to public sector clients
understand how to build and structure key messages that are tailored to public sector organisations
avoid misusing ‘boilerplate’ text
bring together multiple contributions to make a winning argument
learn how to spot embarrassing errors in a bid before it’s sent to the client.

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