Current Request for Tenders

Australia Awards Short Courses offer the next generation of global leaders an opportunity to undertake short-term study, research and professional development in support of key development and foreign affairs priorities. Short Course opportunities build valuable people-to-people links both within Australia and across the Indo-Pacific region, enabling mid-career professionals and emerging leaders to tap into Australian expertise and to exchange valuable skills and knowledge.

Australia Awards – South Asia & Mongolia is seeking an Australian Higher Education provider or an Australian Registered Training Organisation to deliver  Australia Awards Short Courses. For details regarding the request for tender for each Course, please click on the Course name below.

For any queries, contact us on tenders@australiaawardssouthasiamongolia.org

Australia Awards – South Asia & Mongolia is seeking organisations with the skills and experience to deliver two related activities to support Energy Sector Development in Mongolia.

  • A Study Tour for up to six senior level officials to meet with key Australian counterparts. The study tour will be conducted in Australia over a maximum of ten (10) days, including international travel to and from Australia. The tour must be conducted before the end of 2022.
  • A cost-effective Short Course training program for up to 20 participants.

The Study Tour and Short Course will help to address Mongolia’s increasing energy demands, exploring options to increase the country’s integration of renewable energy sources into the existing distribution grid. These activities provide officials and specialists with more knowledge of the approaches and tools needed to effectively create, manage, protect and regulate an effective energy sector in Mongolia.

Both activities will showcase Australia’s credentials and service delivery capabilities in energy governance and reform, including:

  • Integrating energy markets;
  • Knowledge of policy and governance approaches to promote energy efficiency;
  • Renewable energy technologies such as solar, wind, and biomass and their integration into existing energy distribution networks;
  • Introduction of a similar accreditation program in renewable energy and battery storage systems; and
  • Energy efficiency, design standards, energy policy and pricing, and policy approaches to energy taxation.

Please submit all tenders to tenders@australiaawardssouthasiamongolia.org by 5.00pm (Adelaide time) on Friday, 28 October 2022.

Further details are outlined in the tender documents below:

RFT 08-2022 – Energy Sector Development in Mongolia

Attachment 5 and 6 – Financial Proposal and Indicative Budget

Attachment 8 – Short Course Provider Handbook

Attachment 9 – Scope Global Services Agreement Template

Attachment 10 – GEDSI Approach and Action Plan

Intent to submit a tender and any queries pertaining to this RFT must be sent to tenders@australiaawardssouthasiamongolia.org by 5.00pm local time in Adelaide on Friday, 14 October 2022.