Keystone’s Training and Development Programmes

What training is available?

Keystone Procurement has a whole range of training programmes especially designed for buyers and suppliers:

  • our procurement training programmes give buyers the tools they need to optimise their procurement function and maximise value from the market. We have bespoke programmes for both the private and public sector
  • our tender training programmes are designed to give Irish businesses of all sizes the know-how to tender successfully for public work.

In addition, our experienced consultants can provide one-to-one mentoring support and advice.

Training Content

Topics include:

  1. Tender and Bid Management.
  2. Negotiations and Contract Management.
  3. Commercial Presentations and Pitching.

 

Find Out More & Register

To find out more and register for upcoming workshops, visit the training section of our website .

ADVANTAGE ISME
Affinity
Programme

Keystone Procurement is proud to be a member of ISME. So, we offer great discounts to our fellow ISME members as part of the ADVANTAGE ISME Affinity Programme. In addition to our services, you can reduce your costs and add value to your business through the buying power of ISME for a wide range of services.

ISME, the Irish SME Association, is Ireland’s independent representative body for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs). It has over 10,500 members nationwide. It is also owned, funded and managed by SME owner-managers, so it is the independent voice of the Irish SME.

Here are three great ways that ISME members save:

  1. Keystone Procurement offers ISME members 15% off bid support, general strategy and procurement advice. Just provide us with proof of membership when booking any of these services.
  2. ISME members get a 50% discount when using our sister site Sluamor.com to find consortium partners. Just use the form on the Sluamor Contact page to provide us with your ISME membership details. After that, we will send you a discount code for you to use when submitting your pitch.