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Wednesday, May 18, 2011

What Diah Has Shared: Facilitators/Trainers for Project Cycle Management

Venue: Yogyakarta
Date: 13th - 15th of June 2011 (3 days)
Participants: HIF Indonesia National Staffs
Beginner Course: up to 20 persons
Advanced Course: up to 10 persons
Training will be conducted in Bahasa Indonesia

APPLICATION / BIDDING

Max Attachment: 300 KB (RAR / ZIP recommended). A full proposal written in English is required at the application phase.
Included in the proposal:
·        Expected fee / quotation
·        Resume/CV of the trainers
·        Company Profile (only for companies/institution)
·        References
·        Detailed course program
·        Description of the pedagogical approach which will be used
·        Training material which will be provided to the trainees.

Applications without complete proposal will not be considered. Deadline for the submission of the Technical &  Financial Offer: 23rd of May 2011

QUALIFICATION

Expected trainer/facilitator(s) have following capacity:
·        Persons or Institution experienced in professional training on Project Cycle Management
·        Persons or Institution experienced in writing concept notes and full proposal for international donors (such as Echo, USAID, Ausaid, etc…)
·        Persons or Institution capable to deliver trainings, case studies and role play using tools and subjects adapted to trainee specialized in working with International Non Profit Organization
·        Ability to propose techniques, trainings and tools adapted to the needs of People with Disabilities

Person with Disabilities’ candidatures are strongly encouraged

TERMS OF REFERENCE DETAILS

1. Introduction

Handicap International Federation is a non-governmental organization, specialized in the field of international solidarity. It was formed in 1982, with its headquarters in Lyon (France). Handicap International Federation is working in over than 55 countries worldwide and a co-winner of 1997 Nobel Prize for Campaign against Land Mines. Handicap International Federation is made up of a Federation and national associations which work together on mobilizing resources, co-managing projects and promoting the movements’ principles and activities. Handicap International Federation is neither exclusively a development NGO nor exclusively an emergency relief NGO. A Non-governmental, non-religious, non-political and non-profit making organization, Handicap International Federation works alongside people with disabilities, whatever the context, offering them assistance and supporting them in their efforts to become self-reliant.

Handicap International Federation has been working in Indonesia since 2005 to support health and social initiatives related to disability issue. In collaboration with the Ministry of Social Affairs of Republic of Indonesia, Handicap International Federation Indonesia implements activities that will allow people with disabilities in Indonesia to have greater opportunities to exercise their rights to enhance their dignity.

Handicap International Federation Indonesia formulated a strategy which stated that the specific objectives of the activities are to increase the capacity of institutions and services working in disability field, confirming to general public and decision makers are aware that disability is a human rights and development issue, and empowering people with disabilities and their organization to become active actors in their communities.

2. Rationale

Handicap International Federation Indonesia’s Program wishes to develop employee skills and efficiency as well as to fulfill their potential. In June 2011 all Projects Team members, Program Thematic Advisers and Support Services Managers will be invited to a “training week” in Yogyakarta. The topics of the training will be:
·        Project Cycle Management
·        Inclusive Education
·        Introductory Course on Disability, UN convention and Ethics
·        Facilitation and Communication Skills

The training on Project Cycle Management will be proposed to all Projects teams’ members and Program Thematic Advisers. In order to propose content which will match with the expectation and the needs of the trainees, 2 separated training courses will be proposed.

The Trainers will provide comprehensive training for beginners and advances users.

3. Objectives of this Activity

3.1. Beginner Training
A skilled Project Staff need to understand the general principle of Project Cycle Management. This basic course will provide general training on all phases of the project cycle in a compact format: Needs assessment, designing and planning a project, monitoring the implementation of the project, and preparing an evaluation.
This training will provide special emphasis on familiarizing the participants with relevant terminology and the use of Logical Frameworks. Finally the trainees will have better understanding on participatory Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) process.

3.2. Advanced Training
The advanced course is designed for persons with previous experience in conducting field assessments and experience in project management. The first focus of the training is to provide a refreshing session on the basic principles of Project Cycle Management (0.5 day).

The participants then will gain confidence in identifying and formulating projects through a participatory approach. Finally the participants will improve their capacity on designing and planning projects with the Logical Framework approach.

4. Expected Outputs

4.1. Beginner Training
Conclusion of objectives for this program, participants:
·        will be introduced to the Project Cycle Management principles and will explore their usefulness to their work
·        will better understand the use of Logical Frameworks and its application in different phases of the project cycle
·        will have a better understanding and knowledge on the importance of the M&E
·        will have improved their M&E skills
·        will provide a diagnostic of the tools (compilation of the soft copies) and process they are using to collect information among the partners and the communities.

4.2. Advanced Training
Conclusion of objectives for this program, participants:
·        will have a common understanding of the different phases of the project cycle management
·        will know how to use the problem tree tool
·        will have the tools to lead participatory stakeholder analysis process
·        will have the capacity to identify and formulate projects frame through a participatory approach will understand and know how to prepare high-standard logical frameworks
·        will be able to define general objectives, specific objectives, expected results, indicators, etc…
·        will provide a diagnostic of the tools (compilation of the soft copies) and process they are implementing to collect information from their field teams.

5. Tools, methods, sessions or topics

Facilitators/Trainers will use participative approaches using methods role-play, brainstorming exercises to share information and further practices based on training materials and topics. The courses will contain the equivalent of at least half a day (split on all training days) of case studies and simulations.

6. Practical Information

Venue : Venue and meeting tools (LCD projector, paper board, etc…) will be arranged or provided by HIF. Nonetheless Lap Top will be the responsibility of the Trainer.
Language: The training will be implemented in Bahasa Indonesia.
Date : 13th - 15th of June 2011
Duration : 3 days
Participants :
Beginner course: Up to 20 trainees
Advance course: Up to 10 trainees
Budget: 2 million / trainer / day (4 million for a team of 2 trainers / day)

Deadline for the submission of the Technical& Financial Offer: 23rd of May 2011

7. Profile, technical competencies &  tasks of the Service Provider

Please note that both trainings will be proposed within the same period. That means that the trainers or the organization will need to lead 2 trainings in parallel.
It is possible that the candidates focus their proposal on one of the two trainings. In this case, please specify in your proposal which session you apply for (Beginner or Advance). However Team of Trainers or Institution who will apply for both courses will be favored in order to ensure the consistency of the tools, the topics and the methods as well as the transversality between both trainings are expected.

A full proposal written in English in required at the application phase. This proposal will include expected fee / quotation, resume of the trainers, references, detailed course program, description of the pedagogical approach which will be used and training material which will be provided to the trainees. The proposal will be submitted in English at the application phase.

The selected Trainers will meet the HIF Coordinators before the trainings date, in order to adapt the training content to the in house tools used by the trainees in their current position.

Expected trainer/facilitator(s) have following capacity:
·        Persons or Institution experienced in professional training on Project Cycle Management
·        Persons or Institution experienced in writing concept notes and full proposal for international donors (such as Echo, USAID, Ausaid, etc…)
·        Persons or Institution capable to deliver trainings, case studies and role play using tools and subjects adapted to trainee specialized in working with International Non Profit Organization
·        Ability to propose techniques, trainings and tools adapted to the needs of People with Disabilities’

Person with Disabilities’ candidatures are strongly encouraged

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