Training Events


Due to the current Covid-19 situation many companies are now running online webinars. If you have an event coming up that you think would be relevant and would like to promote through NWUPC please let us know.


You can join a webinar delivered by EU Supply.  EU Supply have been appointed as the supplier for e-Sourcing Solutions on the national HE framework and already work with a number of institutions and consortia.

EU Supply at 11:30 – 13:00 on Thursday 28 May 2020.

EU Supply will cover the following areas:

  • Short run through of OJEU Open Tender set up

  • Mini Quote/Low Value Tender – Setting up Users

  • DPS capabilities

  • Evaluation – Single Evaluator

  • Contract Management

If you would like to join the session please email and an invite with the access link will be sent to yourself.  If you are interested but cannot make it next Thursday please let us know, if there is sufficient demand we can run it again at a later date.

Webinars are being held by SUPC & LUPC - These have now been opened to NWUPC members to attend for free. They also have a wide range of pre-recorded Webinars - Further details can be found here.

Back to Work – 11th June 2020 10.00-12.30

  • How to work with your Health & Safety team to define PPE requirements for your organisation, problems you may encounter and how to overcome them.
  • An overview of the new PPE & Clothing framework

Efficiencies  - 16th June 2020 10.00-12.30

  • Webinar 1: Efficiencies – David Becker, SUMS consulting. An overview of the products you may need to source for the return to work and a look at innovative solutions to your requirements
  • Webinar 2: Debt Recovery

Electronics Watch is pleased to offer a series of free webinars on socially responsible public procurement, intended primarily for public sector buyers. They also have a wide range of pre-recorded Webinars - Further details can be found here. 

The Impact of Covid-19 on Electronics: June 23, 2020, 10am till 11:30am  (11:00-12:30 Netherlands time)

  • From mining, to manufacturing and public procurement. How are workers and communities coping and how can public procurement support?