Responding to Solar Tenders
Online Sprint Course
Solar tenders are becoming more common as larger companies are turning to solar panels to fill the valuable space on their roof. With all these opportunities to design solar systems, knowing the ins and outs of what to include in a solar tender to improve your chances of securing the job is becoming ever-more important.
This sprint course will detail methods on how to develop your tender response and what crucial aspects to include which will make or break your response. This course will aim to provide a look into some example documents used in real tenders to give you an idea on how to best structure your tender response.
There are no prerequisites for this course.
This interactive online course provides a structured approach to cover the following topics:
- How to approach tenders
- Strategies to employ
- Project administrative risks and opportunities
- Major components of a tender
- Tips and tricks to make your tender stand out
By the end of this course, you should be able to:
- Identify key documents required in a tender response
- Present your tender response in a professional manner
- Reflect on whether a specific tender is worth bidding for
- Explore various financial options with the buyer
Students that complete the course successfully will receive a certificate of completion stating they have completed the GSES Responding to Solar Tenders course.
Materials and Equipment
A computer, laptop, table, or phone with reliable internet access is required.
Delivery Method and Duration
Delivery is online comprising video content and quiz-based assessments. Tutor support is available if required.
This online course is self-paced. We estimate it may take approximately 1 hour to complete, however this can vary. Course access is valid for 12 months.
Cancellation and Refunds
A full refund is available within 14 days of purchase, on the condition that the student/s have not yet logged into the student portal. Due to the online nature of the course, no refunds are possible once the course has been accessed on the student portal.