CPCCBC4013A Prepare And Evaluate Tender Documentation Management
Q1. Explain the process you will use to obtain the clients acceptance of your tender application and how you will action any amendments and or conditions to the tender. (no more than 50 words)
Q2. List ten (10) documents that need to be attached to a tender application. (by you or your organisation, to the client)
Briefly explain why you should attach these documents to your tender application.
Q3. What should you review in tender documents in order to determine your business’s capability to perform work? (in no more than 50 words)
Q4. Describe the steps you will take to calculate the cost of materials and labour required for your tender application? (in no more than 100 words)
Q5. List six (6) risks you need to identify and analyse when creating tender documents, why do you need to consider these risks? (in no more than 50 words)
Q6. What should you check / include in an evaluation of your first / preliminary draft? (in no more than 50 words)
Q7. Identify the appropriate building and construction codes, standards and government regulations that apply to builds in Victoria and where you can find them.
Q8. Research on the internet what software is available to you to assist you in the calculating of costs you need to include in a tender document?
Select a software package and describe its key features.
Q9. What business guidelines do you need to consider when creating a tender application?
Q10. Identify three (3) different ways you can hire labour:
Q11. List three types of drawings and plans and three specifications required in a construction project?
Q12. What are the policies in your business for selecting contracts? (in no more than 50 words)
Q13 Who needs to approve / endorse tender applications before they can be submitted for your business?
Q14. When responding to tender opportunities tenderers must be aware of the risks that may arise from taking the tender opportunity that could put the proposed project and/or a company’s future in jeopardy.
Provide an explanation of a contingency for each the tender risks listed below that you could adopt to ensure the risk does not escalate to an unacceptable level.
- Breach of contract
- Material delivery delays that delay the contracted completion date
- Progress payment delays that interrupt cash flow
- Labour shortages
- Inclement weather
- Underquoting on a tender opportunity
- Use of costing software
Q15. Research and identify two (2) advantages and two (2) dis-advantages of using employees versus subcontractors to complete a building and construction project.
- Employee advantages:
- Employee disadvantages:
- Sub-contractor advantages:
- Sub-contractor disadvantages:
Q16. Explain the difference between open tendering and selective tendering (in no more than 50 words)
Q17. List ten (10) types of supporting documentation that should be included when putting a tender response together.
Q18. Which Australian Standard for tendering would you consult that may guide you in responding to tender requests and why?