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Development of advanced training material - ERC Consortium
Posted on: 20 June 2014
Application deadline: 30 June 2014
Oxfam, Save the Children UK and Concern Worldwide are jointly working on an initiative, entitled ‘Reinforcing institutional capacity for timely food security emergency response to slow onset crises at scale’ funded through ECHO – ERC (Enhanced Response Capacity). Since 2012, the consortium has been responding to the need to improve preparedness to slow onset crises. The first phase of the project focused on 1) enhancing collection and analysis of market and household economy information; 2) improving situation and response analysis through the creation of a context appropriate framework leading to timely and relevant response; and 3) increasing operational preparedness and technical capacity to prepare for and respond effectively and timely to slow onset crises.
THE CONSULTANT WILL
• Propose an outline of the training content and a training agenda for discussion with the ERC team and the reference group, prior to starting the writing of the training material and hand-outs;
• Consult with country, regional and HQ practitioners and identify further key gaps that need to be addressed throughout this advance training;
• Consult ERC reference group at key moments (see methodology);
• Submit an Inception report;
• Develop the training content in English (to be translated into French by Oxfam, but if relevant, the French translation can be included in this bid) and send draft versions at key steps of the process;
• Participate in the delivery of the first advanced training; actively seeking feedback from the training participants;
• Revise the training content based on participant feedback and finalsze the training pack.
• Lead the reference group made of development and humanitarian practitioners of the consortium member agencies as well as from other agencies – as/where relevant;
• Provide the consultant with all relevant information, contacts and guidance;
• Discuss the ToR with the consultant as well as the structure of the training and guide him/her during an induction meeting and subsequent calls/meetings;
• Brainstorm with the consultant in a regular way.
The consultant will report to the ERC coordinator.
30 working days (19 days to develop the training content, 7 days to attend the first training delivery, 1 day for the ERC activity report, 3 days to integrate participants’ feedback and prepare the final version of the training package)
End of consultancy: 31 October 2014.
This is a challenging opportunity for a firm or a dedicated and highly motivated professional. If you are interested in this consultancy, please submit your proposal to email@example.com, quoting the position in the email subject matter, by 30 June 2014.
Each proposal should include the following:
• An updated CV (maximum 3 pages);
• A technical and financial proposal for this consultancy detailing approach, workplan and daily fee rate.
Proposals not including all of the above information will not be reviewed.
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.