We are committed to a competitive, ethical, and transparent approach to commissioning.

To support this objective, we have implemented an online procurement portal to advise potential suppliers of upcoming opportunities and provide them with a secure way to make electronic submissions. 

Interested providers are invited to go to Tenderlink and register at no cost.

Once registered, you will receive email notification when new opportunities are announced, be able to download documentation relating to tender opportunities, access an online Q & A forum, and securely submit your proposal. You will also find details of our current call for expressions of interest.

Please note you will need to register and log in to view tenders. Registration is free.

Suicide Prevention Peer Workers Support Training Program

As part of our community-wide approach to suicide prevention, we are providing a free training program to two organisations in the Nepean Blue Mountains region that employ or are looking to embed Suicide Prevention Peer Workers in their workforce.

We have funded Roses in the Ocean to provide an Understanding and Working with Suicide Prevention Peer Workers Training program to help build inclusive and supportive workplaces for Suicide Prevention Peer Workers. Participants will gain a better understanding and appreciation of Suicide Prevention Peer Workers, their values, principles and approaches. Suicide Prevention Peer Workers do not attend this training.

The training will be provided in two parts:

  • Part 1 is a 4-hour training designed for anyone who works in or with the organisation (managers, team members, clinicians, administrative staff), people who make referrals to your service and anyone with a curiosity about suicide prevention peer work.
  • Part 2 is a 2-hour training specifically designed for managers of Suicide Prevention Peer Workers (including direct managers and others in the management hierarchy of your organisation).

This free training will be offered to two eligible organisations and will be conducted separately. A maximum of 15 participants can attend the training.

To register your interest, complete the form on the Suicide Prevention Peer Workers Support Training page.Organisations will be selected based on the responses to the Selection Criteria and acceptance of the Terms and Conditions of the training.