Four Mia webinars for Master Builders Association

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The Master Builders Association of Victoria will present four Mia webinars focused on different aspects of bidding and engaging with government.

In late July/August, Mia will deliver a series of four bespoke webinars for the Master Builders Association of Victoria (MBAV), focused on different aspects of bidding and engaging with government. These new Mia webinars will be available to non-members of MBAV.

Mia webinars

Each of the Mia webinars will address some of the key challenges and questions we encounter regularly about the government procurement environment – including the Local Jobs First Policy and requirements of the Social Procurement Framework.

Dates and topics are as follows:

10 Tips for Responding to Government Bids
Monday 27 July, 10:00-11:00am
Tips for preparing compelling government bids that are optimised to score highly by government evaluators – READ MORE

6 Tips for Responding to Local Industry Development Plans and the Major Project Skills Guarantee
Monday 3 August 10:00 to 11:00am
An overview of Victoria’s Local Jobs First Policy and tips for navigating its LIDP and MPSG requirements when preparing government bids – READ MORE

How to address Government’s Social Procurement Framework
Monday 10 August 10:00 to 11:00am
Practical insights about Victoria’s Social Procurement Framework and tips for incorporating its objectives in government bids – READ MORE

Government buying arrangements and how to get prequalified
Monday 17 August 10:00 to 11:00am
An overview of how government uses buying arrangements such as prequalification panels and registers to choose suppliers – and how to add your business to the list – READ MORE

Each of these Mia webinars will be presented by Deirdre Diamante, Mia’s founder and Managing Director. Deirdre’s vast knowledge of government business practices is derived from over 15 years’ involvement in government bids and awarding business.

Also see the Master Builders Association webinar calendar.

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