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OnTrack Designing Winning Solutions

Woman in home office with computer and paperworkBid Management THE skill that takes your company from Wish To Win! Learn how to improve your chances of winning that that proposal whilst minimising your risk and maximising your profit.

Learn the Bid Methodology SuperBid to move you from Wish to Win in a logical and organised way.

Understand how to identify and mitigate risks found lurking in those invitation to tender documents. Ensure that you produce a winning proposal that highlights your companies strengths and hides your weaknesses.

Preparing the proposed solution is always a problem for companies that do not normally undertake project management. This course provides the basics of project management and how to define the proposed solution to the
tendering body.

Do you wish to bid or tender for business and not sure how to go about it? Do you keep bidding and never seem to be considered? Does your company wish to tender for extra work in order to  expand? This training course will enable you to not only prepare yourselves but also present your capabilities and strengths in the best possible manner.

The Bid Manager proudly offers OnTrack Designing Winning Solutions –  CD based training so that you can train at your own time at your own desk.

This is the perfect training solution for aspiring and improving bid managers everywhere who need to produce a winning proposal that highlights your organisation’s strengths and hides your weaknesses.  The course is delivered on it’s own CD. Taxes and delivery are included within the cost.

Buy Now at $175



All costs are inclusive of delivery.

Course Aims

Do you wish to bid or tender for business and not sure how to go about it? Do you keep bidding and never seem to be considered? Does your company wish to tender for extra work in order to  expand? This training course will enable you to not only prepare yourselves but also present your capabilities and strengths in the best possible manner.

Learn how prepare your company in order to spot the bidding opportunities that you can confidently apply for.

Preparing the proposed solution is always a problem for companies that do not normally undertake project
management. This course provides the basics of project management and how to define the proposed solution to the tendering body.

Understand how to identify and mitigate risks found lurking in those invitations to tender documents. IPR’s and
copyrights should always be protected and we show you how.

Learn about what can go wrong with a bid and how you can learn the lessons for the future.

Ensure that you produce a winning proposal that highlights your organisation’s strengths and hides your weaknesses.

Course Methods

This CD based course is a mixture of animated slides and notes and information. There are numerous questions to test the knowledge gained and the opportunity to have your last workshop marked by The Bid Manager.

Technical Requirements

Minimum 120mhz, 8mb memory and 10mb space.

Course Contents

  • Preparing Yourself
  • Reviewing your resources
  • What are your capabilities
  • The importance of partnerships
  • Your costing model
  •  Your core capabilities

Spotting the opportunities

  • What to look for
  • Matching your core capabilities
  • Show Stoppers
  • The business case
  • What exactly do they want?
  • Interpretation of the proposer’s requirements
  • Hot spots- what they will get excited about

Can we do it?

  • Match your capabilities to their needs
  • Can you really do it and still make a profit?
  • Project feasibility

Planning your Bid

  • How are your going to do it?
  • Project Management basics
  • Architecting your solution

Presentation of your Bid

  • Presenting your solution
  • Satisfying the needs
  • Hitting the hot spots
  • Promoting yourself

What can go wrong?

  • Why bids fail
  • Why you don’t make a profit
  • Spot the risk
  • Identifying, measuring and mitigating risks
  • IPRs and copyrights
  • Typical risks
  • Caveats
  • Lessons Learned
  • Review, record and reuse.