Tender to develop a Leadership Programme for black, Asian and minority ethnic communities in the Humber, Coast & Vale region
The Humber, Coast and Vale Health and Care Partnership are seeking a suitably qualified organisation/individual/consortia to develop a Leadership Programme for black, Asian and minority ethnic communities as a springboard into future representation and involvement as well as an entry point into employment within the health and social care sector in the Humber, Coast & Vale Partnership area of York, North Yorkshire, East Riding, Hull, North Lincolnshire & North East Lincolnshire.
Due to the nature of the work tenders are particularly welcome from organisations/individuals led and/or delivered by people with lived experience and with relevant knowledge, skills and experience in providing similar contracted services.
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The contractual relationship will be with Two Ridings Community Foundation, but the contractor will be required to report to a Programme Steering Group that will further report to the HCV Partnership Workforce Investment Committee and Workforce Board.
This Programme will support the wider work of the Humber, Coast and Vale Health and Care Partnership at both strategic and place-based levels. It will link directly to work already being undertaken around workforce, the black, Asian and minority ethnic Network of Networks, and emerging work around health inequalities, social inclusion and equality and diversity.
The project budget for the work is £60,000 (inclusive of VAT) to fund the development of leadership programme and initial rollout to a cohort of participants in Hull and North Lincolnshire.
Based on the monitoring and evaluation of the development of the Programme and the delivery in the two pilot sites, the Steering Group will be responsible for identifying the longer-term sustainability of the Programme and overseeing the planned roll out of this work across the Humber, Coast and Vale Health and Care Partnership.
The expected schedule of the project is to commence in March 2022 and completion12 months after the contract start date. However, the Programme Steering Group is keen to adopt a flexible approach to the timescales for development and delivery of this work in negotiation with the identified provider.
Responses to this Invitation to Tender should be submitted by email to [email protected] by no later than 12.00 noon on 31st January 2022 Please use black, Asian and minority ethnic Community Leadership Programme – Tender as the subject reference for your email.
If you have any questions please send them to [email protected]