Date/Time
Date(s) - 17/12/2020
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Location
PHCC Shed
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This workshop is proudly brought to you by Wirra Hub, with the support of:

  • Peel-Harvey Catchment Council
  • Peel Development Commission
  • Indigenous Management Group

Lunch will be provided to all participants.

WORKSHOP OVERVIEW
Remove the stigma around finding, writing and submitting tenders for government and contractor work.
This workshop unravels how the excitement of coming across new tendering opportunity relevant to your business can often be overshadowed by the excessive amount of time and effort in reviewing the paperwork and producing a fitting response. Implementing effective tendering procedures for small businesses can save hours of time, and significantly increase the success of your submissions.
In this session you will learn about procurement processes, tender opportunities available, collaborative bidding, writing winning tenders, and tips to improve your tender responses.
This session is presented by IMG and includes a complimentary follow up meeting or telephone call to assist in preparing or submitting a tender.

FACILITATOR
Terry Beath is a proud Gariara (Kariyarra) Person originally from Port Hedland in Western Australia.
Terry previously spent ten years in aviation management with Aero-Care, managing the Virgin Australia and Skywest operations at Perth. He then transferred to Perth Airport to oversee the Terminal Operations restructure, implementation of new HSE processes, and risk assessment process for the next Virgin Australia terminal.
He has recently provided strategic development, website development, and marketing expertise to Tambinah Pty Ltd, Coolingah Pty Ltd, and the Coolingah Aboriginal Corporation.
Terry is the tendering expert for IMG, assisting clients to win contracts with major projects and contracts such as BHP and Metronet, with a strike rate of around 80%.

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We acknowledge the Noongar people as Traditional Custodians of this land and pay our respects to all Elders past and present