About this course

Not all organisations have the luxury of an in-house procurement team to complete tender responses to retain clients and win new business. This can often result in missed opportunities which these businesses are certainly skilled and capable enough to fulfill. Even those that do have a team can still often let critical errors creep in, again resulting in them missing out.
The ability to write a competitive and strong tender submission requires preparation, planning and time. So how can the process be simplified? What needs to be included and considered to ensure a successful and winning tender? This one day course is unique, in that it not only takes you through the steps required to submit a successful tender, but will also educate you on the underlying principles behind all successful tenders, and why some tenders always fail. This course will show you:

Course Content

- Public procurement in Ireland

- How you can increase your chances of writing a successful tender

- How to plan and prepare

- What kind of team do you need? Key roles and responsibilities

- How to approach pricing

- The tender itself – What do you need to write

- How should you write it? What specifics should you include?

- Post tender results and lessons to help when submitting a future tender.

Who is it for?

This course is relevant to small to medium enterprises that do not have a dedicated procurement team. The course would also provide a fantastic refresher for those who have experience in the role.


On completion of this training course, you will receive your CMG Certificate of Attendance. Please note certificates are issued at the close of the training course to participants on completion of the course. This course may also qualify for CPD hours.  Please check directly with your association or awarding body to see how many points they will award.

Training on Demand

Once purchased, this course can be taken at any time, at a time and a place that suits you.
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