A. Introduction to Public Procurement (Virtual)€550
About this course
- January 19th & 20th – (Wednesday & Thursday) – 3 hour session (10am – 1pm) (Virtual)
- May 9th & 10th – (Monday & Tuesday) – 3 hour session (10am – 1pm) (Virtual)
This programme to be delivered in a mix of blended elearning using Virtual Classroom (via Zoom), breakout rooms and guided practice. Each programme consists of 2 interactive Live Virtual Classroom Sessions, individual & team activities, accompanied by supporting material.
This course is designed for participants new to the area of public procurement. It aims to provide a foundation of the key terms, processes and activities necessary to undertake a successful procurement. It will provide a sound background of knowledge and practice to allow the participant to interact and effectively assist public procurement projects particularly at national tender levels.
This course is designed for participants who are new to the field of public procurement with no prior experience and wish to develop their knowledge and skills to enable them to operate effectively in a procurement or user department.
On completion of this training, the participant will have acquired knowledge of the key terms and processes in addition to understanding public procurement and its application, particularly at national level. They will also develop greater confidence and the essential skills to become a valued member of the procurement team within their contracting authority.
What background knowledge is necessary?
What is the refund policy?
All cancellations must be received in writing or the full course fee is payable. Where delegates cancel more than 5 days prior to the course 50% of the course fee is payable. Cancellations received within 5 days will be liable for the full fee. Substitutions may be made at any time prior to the event.
Do I need to take the courses in a specific order?
This is our basic entry level course which should be completed prior to undertaking Managing a Full Tender Process, Implementing Contract Management or Understanding European Public Sector Procurement Rules.