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Gain CPD credits with Commerce Decisions

We are excited to announce that both our popular Principles of Tender Evaluation and Effective Criteria Writing courses are now CPD accredited. Earn 6 CPD learning hours for each course you complete.

This is an important step in the development of our training material as we continue our commitment to bring you highly engaging and impactful training.

With the CPD accreditation in place, now more than ever, you can use our courses to showcase your commitment to furthering your skillset and proactively driving your self-development.

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About our Principles of Tender Evaluation course

Run by our expert term, this session is specifically designed to give you the confidence and skills to consistently deliver best possible outcomes.

As well as gaining 6 CPD hours, you’ll also leave this course with the ability to:

  • Consistently plan and deliver successful tender evaluations
  • Utilise the latest best practice methodologies
  • Improve value for money
  • Meet legislative and regulatory requirements
  • Make robust and defensible decisions

Find out more and book your place.

About our Effective Criteria Writing course

Learn how to craft better questions to prompt better bidder responses that can be more easily evaluated against the question scoring guidance. This will help you reduce legal risk and improve tendering outcomes.

Again, you’ll gain 6 CPD hours by attending, plus ideas, tools and approaches to help manage the development of a well-designed quality evaluation with effective criteria.

Find out more and book your place.

Evaluation Masterclass

Both of these courses are part our our Evaluation Masterclass which is a series of five core courses. The first course introduces the core aspects of complex procurement evaluation, and the next four delve deeper into the highest-risk elements of Procurement Design and Evaluation Conduct.

Over each of the courses’ two half-day sessions, we discuss and explore those global best practices so that you can understand not only how to use the information, but also when you will want to use the information.

Find out more in our latest blog post.