RISE Research Institutes of Sweden AB, 556464-6874, hereinafter RISE.
RISE is Sweden’s research institute and innovation partner. Through international collaboration with academia, industry and the public sector, we contribute to a competitive economy and a sustainable society. RISE Research Institutes of Sweden is owned by the Swedish State. www.ri.se.
Background to the project Camart2
The project CAMART² is based on a long-term partnership between ISSP Institute of Solid State Physics (Latvia), KTH Royal Institute of Technology and RISE Research Institutes of Sweden. ISSP is renowned for its scientific achievements in applied materials physics for micro- and nanotechnology, electronics, photonics, functional coatings etc. and related theoretical and characterization capability.
The vision of CAMART² is to establish ISSP as the most important centre of excellence for education, science, innovation and technology transfer for material sciences in the Baltic States. ISSP will also become the hub for the regional collaboration and technology transfer platform (called ""RIX-STO"") including scientists, entrepreneurs, investors and policy makers on both sides of the Baltic Sea. The commitment from the Swedish partners assures successful modernization of ISSP, including an overall refinement of the educational programs, strengthening of the research and innovation activities towards higher technology readiness levels, establishment of an innovation system and Open Access Laboratory, as well as ISO 9001 certification.
The upgrade will enable efficient transfer of new materials and technologies into products for commercial and public benefits based on exchange of knowledge and synergy with innovation-intensive Consortium partners – KTH and RISE.
The R&D&I activities at ISSP are focused on:
Thin films and coating technologies;
Functional materials for electronics and photonics;
Nanotechnology, nanocomposites and ceramics;
Computational material science by atomistic scale modelling of technologically important materials and devices.
The implementation of CAMART2 will increase the level of commercialization of research in Latvia and the Baltic Sea region and enhance cooperation between business and academics partners paving way for innovation-based economic growth.
Content of the tender
ISSP has a history back in the days when the country was subject to Soviet economic control. The institute is undergoing an extensive cultural journey. One goal in the Camart2 project is to turn the culture within the institute to become more open and service minded. As a part of the cultural journey employees at the institute will be offered a course in presentation skills training.
The plan is to start with the management team and keypersons such as lab-leaders and employees from the administration. If the course is successful and the first group of attendants find it successful to attend to the course, groups of scientists will be offered to attend to the course later.
The goal with attending to this course is for the participants to:
Achieve a greater sense of confidence as a presenter
Learn new tools and models for making powerful presentations
To practice in creating engaging presentations
To receive feedback on presentations so the participants can improve their personal presentation style.
We estimate that a course within these goals needs two days of training.
The aiming is to set up the course during November, December 2019 or January 2020.
In the tender we would like to see your:
Proposal of content/moments for a two-day training in presentation skills targeting management and senior scientists.
A presentation of proposed trainer’s background (CV) from working in international environments.
Price for the training per day (with all prework and afterwork included), see below.
References to former client/s from academy/research institute sector.
The price should include:
Preparation/project management before the course
Documentations to participants (please describe or submit the documentation within the tender.)
Follow-ups from day 1 and day 2 of the course
Support to participants via mail or telephone up to a reasonable level
Electronic tendering/Submittal of tender
Tenders must be submitted electronically via the Visma direct procurement system, which means that tenders cannot be submitted in paper format, by fax or by email. Questions relating to the procurement process are only answered by the procurement officer responsible.
Questions during the tender period
Questions during the tender period must have been received by [20/10/2019] at the latest. All questions must be uploaded to the Visma direct procurement system. All parties that have received this enquiry will have access to all questions and answers posted.
MANDATORY DEMANDS ON SUPPLIERS
RISE strives to reduce its environmental impact. Suppliers must therefore work continuously with environmental improvement measures and be aware of the environmental impact of their operations. The supplier must pursue active environmental work and, wherever possible, purchase environmentally adapted goods and services.
Requirements of taxes, social insurance contributions and registration
RISE checks, by obtaining data from relevant authorities, that the supplier is complying with statutory requirements in respect of its payment of taxes and social insurance contributions, as well as registration. A foreign supplier must, at RISE’s request, be able to provide evidence in an English version.
Requirements of economic and financial status
The supplier must have the necessary economic stability and financial position for it to be able to perform the assignment without any risk of disruption because of financial problems. RISE will check the supplier’s creditworthiness with the aid of an external credit company. The supplier must be in a risk class/rating of at least “Creditworthy”. In cases where the supplier has a lower risk class/rating, the supplier may still be considered to meet this requirement by reporting its economic position in a different way. RISE reserves the right to assess information submitted.
MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS FOR THE SERVICE/ASSIGNMENT
The first course will be set up during November, December 2019 or January 2020. If the first course proves to be successful, courses will be offered to groups of scientists within ISSP.
The tender will be evaluated on the quality of proposed:
Two-day training program.
The proposed trainer will be evaluated from experiences of working:
as a teacher/facilitator within the scope of this tender.
with research institutes and scientists.
in international environments with a special emphasis on experiences from working in the Baltic countries or other countries that have been subject to Soviet control.
The proposed trainer will also be evaluated by the criteria:
References to former client/s from academy/research institute sector.
Personality (finale decision will be taken after interviewing the candidates of interest to this tender.)
2 dagar kvar (2019-10-25)
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