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A suite of public procurement focussed training delivered by a team of sectoral experts.
Understand the implications of the circular economy for public procurement. Next dates: • Thur 25th Jan & Fri 26th Jan 2024 • Mon 26th & Tue 27th Feb 2024
Provides a comprehensive introduction to public procurement and focuses on best practice procurement in the public sector including in terms of sustainable procurement and the achievement of value for money within the context of Irish and European Union legislation.
Under the Climate Action Plan, all procurement using public funds will have to include green criteria by 2023. Next dates: • Thur 29th Feb & Tue 5th Mar & Thu 14th Mar 2024
Next dates: • Wed 1st May & Thu 2nd May 2024 • 9.30am to 4.30pm both days. Will further their knowledge on the more complex nuanced features of the Public Procurement Regime.
Gain familiarity with key approaches and tools to enable life-cycle costing and carbon accounting in procurement. Next dates: • Tue 5th Dec 2023 • Thur 18th Jan 2024 • Mon 4 March 2024
This half-day workshop is dedicated to resolving common issues which arise in sustainable procurement. Next dates: • Thur 1st Feb 2024 • Mon 11th Mar 2024
Next dates: • Wed 7th & Thu 8th Feb 2024. • 9.30am to 4.30pm both days. Provides a detailed analysis of the requirements of the Public Sector Directives and the corresponding Irish regulations.
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Greenville has won the award for Education and Training for our green public procurement training with the Local Authorities.
Greenville is a leading Irish consultancy that provide focused advice and support on all aspects of procurement. We are offering the right candidate and an exciting opportunity to join our innovative
Supporting clients through all stages of the procurement cycle to deliver optimum results and value for money from their procurement function.
We review the four key pillars of an organisation, namely the people, policy & procedures, processes and systems to determine the optimum structure to deliver effective procurement for the client
At Greenville, we have developed a unique insight into the use of the full suite of documentation required for the award of works and engineering related services as defined under the Capital Works Management Framework (CWMF).
At Greenville, we provide focussed advice and support on all aspects of procurement from developing a procurement strategy through to handling non-legal challenges to the process.