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News

The applications deadline has now closed.

Candidates will be informed of the status of their application by Friday 16 February.

About

The British Council is inviting applications to develop and deliver the content for each of the following capacity building programmes in Egypt between March and early May 2018:

Programme Days Fee (GBP)
Strategic Planning 6 15,000 

Commercial Enterprise:

  1. Hospitality and Events
  2. Contract Management
  3. Digital Marketing
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 23,000

We are looking for a total of two UK partners comprising two experts each to deliver these programmes.

Objectives

Strategic Planning

Deliver two bespoke three day mentorships for :

  1. Ministry of Antiquities staff (two senior officials and three assistants) who are devising the ministry’s 2020-30 strategy
  2. 20 mid-level museum managers from across Egypt

Commercial Enterprise

The objective of this programme is to deliver a bespoke training and mentoring Continuing Professional Development programme for 20 Egyptian museum professionals, comprising:

  • Hospitality and Events (3 days)

This should build on NMSE’s 2017 events management training

  • Contract Management (2 days)

Including contract issues in relation to antiquities and tenders for products / services)

  • Digital Marketing (3 days)

Encompassing strategic planning and practical tools and methodologies

Apply

Please click the links below to download the bidders pack and to apply for each programme:

  1. Strategic Planning
  2. Commercial Enterprise

Procurement schedule:

Activity Date
Request for Proposal issued to bidding suppliers Monday 22 January
Deadline for submissions by bidding suppliers (3 weeks to apply) Friday 9 February
Final Decision Friday 16 February
Contract start date Monday 19 February

Please send your completed Supplier Response form to nathan.tregarvan@britishcouncil.org by the applications deadline at 12:00 GMT on Friday 9 February.

Contact

If you have any questions, then please contact Nathan Tregarvan, Cultural Skills Programme Manager: nathan.tregarvan@britishcouncil.org.