International Organization for Migration (IOM)
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IOM call for Consultants - Education and Training Development Expert/s
The incumbent will offer technical expertise and support to the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) South Africa Mission, in reviewing and updating the Trafficking in Persons (TiP) National curriculum, to reflect the new TiP legislation for five government client institutions.
This project that has been funded by the Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons, U.S State Department, titled “Capacity Enhancement for institutionalised victim centred investigations and prosecutions of Trafficking in Persons (TiP) Cases in South Africa”. This project will contribute to the Government of South Africa (GoSA) and civil society efforts, to uphold the rights of victims of trafficking and increase prosecution of TiP cases. The project aims to focus on mainstreaming a victim centered TiP curriculum, into the training programme of targeted government departments, to ensure that relevant officers, at all levels, have an understanding of TiP.
Special emphasis has to be given to South Africa ‘s TiP legislation, that was promulgated in 2013, and became operational in August 2015, and to the specific relevant departments directives and regulations. By integrating these standards into the existing education and training programs of the government departments, GoSA will increase its capacity to train existing and future law enforcement officers and practitioners as well as members of the National and Regional TiP task forces, in a manner that is both independent and sustainable over the long term.
IOM will deliver ToT workshops for government instructors from targeted government departments on the curriculum. The TiP curriculum will be mainstreamed in government departments’ staff orientation and training programmes. Targeted departments for this project are South African Police (SAPS), Department of Labour (DoL), National Prosecuting Authority (NPA), Department for Social Development (DSD), Department of Home Affairs (DHA), Department of Justice(DoJ), and Department of Health (DoH).
Five modules will be reviewed and updated and one developed as per required standards.
The material developed will be of appropriate length, to be determined in consultation with IOM and client government institutions. The tool will be piloted, feedback received, and modifications incorporated by November 2018.
Minimum Qualifications and Experience:
- University Degree/higher preferably in Law, Social Sciences or other related field
- At least 10 years of professional experience in the field of Education and Training development, including conducting of situational analysis, formulating module outcomes, determining the assessment and moderation strategy, developing learning materials and developing learner as well as facilitators’ guides
- Previous experience working with IOM and/or UN agencies an asset
- Knowledge of trafficking situation in South Africa
- Analytical and English writing skills; demonstrable with samples of publications
- Writing skills and ability to synthesise complex information and issues
- Strong analytical and conceptual thinking
- Ability to organise and plan complex work following the established timeframes
- Ability to plan, coordinate, manage and facilitate high-level meetings
- Ability to work effectively with others
How to Apply:
Interested organisations should apply to this ToR by 15 January 2018 by submitting separate technical and costs (budget) proposals and credentials.
This should include electronic copies of the technical proposals and an all-inclusive itemised financial proposal saved in separate folders (1 for technical and 1 for financial proposal) including company /organisation registration.
All requested documents should be submitted to IOM Pretoria Procurement at email@example.com attention to Joseph Musiyambiri with a subject line – Trafficking in Persons curriculum development.
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