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The Northern Territory news Sat 12 Dec 2009



The Northern Territory news Sat 12 Dec 2009

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86 Northern Territory News, Saturday, December 12, 2009 www.ntnews.com.au CLASSIFIEDS 8944 9999 P U B : N T N E W S D A T E : 1 2 -D E C -2 0 0 9 P A G E : 8 6 C O L O R : K TENDERS 1002152v4 1024581v2 Investment in Clinical Training Capacity ITA 213/0910 INVITATION TO APPLY FOR FUNDING The Department of Health and Ageing is calling for applications for funding in 2010 to address current issues in undergraduate clinical training capacity for eligible health disciplines. $67.5 million is available in the 2010 training year for projects that can demonstrate increased capacity for clinical training. Applications are sought from public and private education and health provider collaborations. These grants will provide funding for projects that: will support innovative approaches to dealing with the increase in the numbers of people undertaking health professional training and education; will improve distribution and capacity for teaching and clinical training outside of traditional training settings; address training across the mix of eligible disciplines; and have immediate capacity to provide increased clinical training capacity. Organisations interested in applying for funding must address the assessment criteria in the format outlined in the Application Guidelines. Information about this funding and how to apply is available on the Departments internet site at www.health.gov.au or by contacting the Program Manager, Ms Shara-Lee Jenkins on (02) 6289 7851 or email clinical_training@health.gov.au. Applications must be lodged by 2pm on Monday, 11 January 2010. Incomplete or late applications will not be assessed by the Department. a d c o rp 1 9 1 1 4 1047205v36 TENDERS 1066887v2 RFT 216 / 0910 PRIMARY HEALTH CARE RESOURCE The Offi ce for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health with the Department of Health and Ageing is seeking tenders from capable and experienced individuals or organisations to develop a web based resource that brings together existing information, tools and guides relevant to the management of chronic diseases in Indigenous Australians from a wide range of sources. The web site must be a collaborative, publishing and writing system with content management and archive capabilities. The resource will promote better practice in the prevention, identifi cation and management of chronic disease in Indigenous Australians by primary health care workers in the mainstream and Indigenous sector. Refer to Request for Tender (RFT) document The anticipated contract period will commence on 15 February 2010 Parties interested in tendering must address the evaluation criteria in the format outlined in the Request For Tender document, available in the fi rst instance by registering on the Departments internet site at www.health.gov.au/tenders Any diffi culties accessing this site should be addressed to the Project Offi cer: Darlene Lawler Phone: (02) 6289 8957 Fax: (02) 6289 3736 Email: darlene.lawler@health.gov.au Tenders will close at 2pm on 27 January 2010 in Canberra. a d c o rp 1 9 1 0 8 TENDERS Calling for all contractors and suppliers who are pricing, or have priced the following tender, please forward quotes to Mr Patrick Hewitt on Patrick@wildgeese.net.au or mobile 0432 764 249. Quotations required by C.O.B. Monday 14th December 2009. TENDER: Darwin region - Package of 15 urban primary schools Darwin, Palmerston, Litchfield & Jabiru - Construct 13 new school buildings and extend/ improve 2 existing multi purpose halls - building the education revolution (BER) (P21) NUMBER: T09-2366 1053549v3 Charles Darwin University Casuarina Campus Construction of Sports Facility & Medical Clinic Subcontractors and Suppliers preparing prices for the above project please submit by 18 December 2009 to: Matrix Projects (Qld) Pty Ltd Phone: (07) 4058 9700 Fax: (07) 4058 1048 Email: tendersnq@matrix.com.au This project is subject to the National Code of Practice for the Construction Industry, in accordance with the Australian Government Implementation Guidelines for the National Code of Practice for the Construction Industry, revised September 2005, reissued June 2006, apply to this project. 1054485v5 CENTRAL LAND COUNCIL ALICE SPRINGS The Central Land Council invites tenders to carry out the design, transport and construction of residences, carports (including concrete slab) and fences as follows: LAJAMANU: Duplex x two bedrooms each YUENDUMU: Three bedroom house TI TREE: Three bedroom house All relevant compliance documentation and certification for the issue of a Certificate of Occupancy should be included, as well as a service connection plan. A project or critical path analysis plan is also required. Building envelope and service plans are included in the tender documentation. For information and Tender documentation package including lodgement details contact: Jim Thomas (Project Manager) Mobile 0437 529 620 or Email jimthomas@ozemail.com.au Closing date for Tenders 15 January 2010 The Central Land Council (CLC) reserves the right to select the successful tender based on best value for money and not solely on the lowest price. The CLCs decision will be final and no communication will be entered into. 1074107v9 C A R S G U I D E FOR EVERYTHING YOU NEED! PHONE 8944 9999 1078845v11

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