In the world of bid writing, no one is ever the finished article. Even professional bid managers with 30 years’ experience will still find themselves learning new things.
The requirements and focuses of PQQs and tenders are always changing and a bid writer must adapt in order to keep winning bids. As soon as you start getting complacent, copy and paste will creep in and your submissions will become stale and start failing.
It is important to keep up to date with the latest nuances of the trade and ensure you don’t fall into bad habits. We offer tendering courses for bid teams that provide you with the skills and processes to keep you winning.
Tender Courses – What we cover
Our advanced tender training is tailored to the requirements of your bid team and aims to implement processes to produce the best possible bids time and time again.
We work with you to develop a strategic bid ready process which is always running and means that your team is prepared at any point to deliver a must win bid. The training has been developed from years of experience delivering bids and managing bid teams across a wide range of sectors.
The courses aim to make habit what we teach so that you will constantly improve, and maintain win rates.
Benefits of bid writing training
Following the training, your team will be able to employ a range of strategies immediately across your bid process that will benefit you in both the short and long term. A system of reviews will ensure that your bid is of the best possible quality. The bid ready procedures will implement processes allowing you to increase the size of your team and train new writers much more quickly.
Keep up to date
Our team of writers are always here to help you and offer on-going advice as you adapt to the processes and continue to tender. Get in touch today.
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