If you are bidding for training tenders there are a number of things that you must do to ensure your training tenders have the best opportunity of evolving into contracts for your company. When putting your training tenders together it is important to include information detailing how you intend to carry out the work, the qualifications both your company and employees have and if you have had previous experience regarding each specific contract.
Equally important to successful training tenders are the manner in which they are presented. Training tenders that are professionally bound, for example, are going to give the prospective client a good impression of your company. However in this short guide we will take you through some of the reasons why training tenders can fail and try to help you avoid the mistakes that some of your competitors are bound to make.
If you can avoid all these common mistakes when submitting your tenders then you will already stand a better chance at winning the contract than a number of your competitors.