The RCMP (Royal Canadian Mounted Police) PRTC (Pacific Region Training Centre) “E” Division, located at 45337 Calais Crescent, Chilliwack, B.C., has a requirement for a Contractor to deliver First Aid Training consisting of the delivery of Standard First Aid (SFA), Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR-C), and Automated External Defibrillator (AED) re-certification for RCMP members. This requirement is for re-certification training only, a requirement for the the 2-day (16h) Standard First Aid course is not included herein.
The RCMP has set standards of training for RCMP members relating specifically to SFA, CPR-C & AED’s. As per RCMP Policy, this re-certification is mandatory training which candidates must take every 3 (three) years. The co-ordination and delivery of SFA, CPR-C & AED through a blended learning method is an ongoing requirement for members of the RCMP. Approximately 2128 (two thousand one hundred and twenty eight) members per year will attend PRTC for training and will require re-certification for SFA, CPR-C & AED.
The method of delivery must be a Blended Learning Delivery. (A combination of practical and online training) The purpose of blended delivery of SFA, CPR-C & AED certification is to provide candidates with the knowledge and skills necessary to help sustain life and minimize the consequences of injury/sudden illness until advanced medical help is available. The knowledge and skills objectives from the blended delivery must remain the same as traditional First Aid Courses. The candidates must successfully complete a self-paced theory component (online training) which includes evaluations. The candidates will then successfully complete a practical classroom component, taught by RCMP instructors at PRTC.
The Contractor will be required to teach the practical portion of their First Aid Training program to a maximum of fifteen (15) RCMP First Aid instructors, up to a maximum of two (2) times per year. The RCMP instructors will in turn train/instruct practical First Aid Training to RCMP candidates.
The contract period will be for one year from the date of contract with an irrevocable option to extend it for up to two additional one-year periods. The anticipated start date is April 1, 2021.
There are security requirements associated with this requirement. The contractors personnel (instructors) for the practical portion of the contract must hold an RCMP Facilities Access 2 (FA2) level security clearance (Escort required) before commencing work on site.
Basis of selection: Basis of Selection – Minimum Point Rating
Tenders must be submitted to the RCMP Bid Receiving Unit at:
14200 Green Timbers Way, Mailstop 1004
Surrey, BC, V3T 6P3
Attn: Patty Yi
Refer to the attached tender documents to obtain further information.
The Crown retains the right to negotiate with any supplier on any procurement.
Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada.
RCMP E Division – Procurement & Contracting
14200 Green Timbers Way, Mailstop #909
Surrey, BC V3T 6P3
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