Learn how to approach, manage and improve your pre-qualification questionnaires and written tender submissions with our bid writing courses. Facilitated by Propeller’s expert bid professionals, our courses use real-life examples and offer practical advice to help you to win tendered work. We run one-day, open courses throughout the year and also offer one day bespoke workshops at your company, which are tailored to your specific sector and include practical exercises, such as compiling evidence and case studies, and creating compelling and compliant responses.
Next event: Bid Writing Training Course
Date: Thursday 17th October 2019
Time: 09:30am – 3.30pm
Venue: De Vere West One, Central London
We are holding another highly practical learning, knowledge sharing and networking training day for anyone with a responsibility for writing, managing and winning bids.
This event will be an ideal opportunity to enhance your bid writing skills and gain the latest insights from bid experts. Our training courses have been designed to give you the skills and tools to be more successful with your future bids and tenders.
To book your place, click here.
A typical bid writing training course will cover:
- Bid / No Bid– how to assess the probability of success so you can target your resources
- Defining the pre-tender requirements
- Importance of client information
- Understanding the client’s requirements
- Collating company information, experience & examples of best practice
Preparing the submission
- Getting the most from tender launch meetings
- How to develop a winning bid strategy
- Allocating team responsibilities
- Scheduling tender deliverables & quality answer plans
Writing the submission
- Ensure 100% compliance in quality, H&S, environmental, equal opportunities & business continuity
- Tactics for constructing compelling and compliant responses
- How to create the differentiator in your response
Improving the submission
- Formatting – the importance of design
- Editing & reviewing procedures
- The importance of proofreading
Continuous improvement processes
- Client feedback – how to learn from mistakes to improve future submissions