Resources

P4P Resources include a range of downloadable guidance documents, case studies, and templates, either developed by P4P or an external organisation. Select a category under the search box to sort the resources.

Title Category
Senscot Legal Guide to Collaboration and Partnership Working

This document is a guide to partnership working and legal issues involved in establishing a partnership or consortium.

Guidance
Template documents (Jon Moon)

Various templates are available for download on the Jon Moon website. Document no.146 can be tailored to your requirements for tender responses (depending on the formatting required by the buyer).

Templates
Template Gantt Chart (Microsoft)

A template gantt chart that you can use for your tender which has been produced by Microsoft.

Templates
Tenderer’s Common Mistakes

Tenderer’s Common Mistakes

FAQs
Tenderer’s Common Mistakes – As delivered at Procurex Scotland by John Clark, PASS Consultant, Nov 2016

A list of common mistakes which tenderer’s often make which can lead to an unsuccessful bid.

Guidance
Video Tutorial – How to register for the Ready for Business Register

Interested in registering for the RfB Register but not sure where to begin? In this easy to follow video we run through the registration steps and what information is required. The P4P Register is open, can be viewed widely and organisations self -select and include their details onto the Register.

P4P will go out to those listed on the register annually and request that organisations update their information and will make every effort to keep the register ‘fresh’.

If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to get in contact.

 

 

Tutorial
Webinar Recording – In Conversation with Co-operative Development Scotland

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

‘In Conversation With’, is a monthly webinar series hosted by P4P, where we are joined by a range of individuals and organisations from the social enterprise and wider third sector who are successfully collaborating with others or supporting those who are collaborating.

This could be for a variety of different purposes, but may include to achieve greater social or environmental impact, generate more income, develop new services, or respond to an emerging need (such as through the COVID-19 pandemic).

In this webinar (recorded on 17th September 2020) we were joined by Jaye Martin from Co-operative Development Scotland, who discussed the Consortium Cooperative model, including its benefits, the practical steps involved in establishing a cooperative, case studies, as well as the specialist consultancy available from CDS.

Check it out below.

Videos
Webinar Recording – In Conversation with Glasgow Arts Partnership

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

‘In Conversation With’, is a monthly webinar series hosted by P4P, where we are joined by a range of individuals and organisations from the social enterprise and wider third sector who are successfully collaborating with others or supporting those who are collaborating.

This could be for a variety of different purposes, but may include to achieve greater social or environmental impact, generate more income, develop new services, or respond to an emerging need (such as through the COVID-19 pandemic).

In this webinar (recorded on 20th October 2020) we were joined by Hannah Justad, Executive Director of the Glasgow Connected Arts Network, who are leading on the development of the Glasgow Arts Partnership, a new consortum of Participatory Arts organisations and freelance creatives across Greater Glasgow.

Check it out below.

Videos