Conservation South Africa
Conservation South Africa (CSA) as a local affiliate of Conservation International, is committed to helping societies adopt a more sustainable approach to development—one that considers and values nature at every turn and improves human well-being through the conservation of healthy ecosystems and the goods and services they provide. Conservation South Africa seeks to influence policy, develop markets, engage the private sector, and support communities to develop and implement conservation- based economic growth models and long-term human well-being.
CSA seeks to appoint a service provider that offers an accredited wetland delineation, protection and rehabilitation training for 19 water monitors in Matatiele Office under the WASH / One Health Programme.
Scope of work
- To give adequate capacity on how to rehabilitate, manage and conserve wetlands.
- To provide a training that has an element of wetland delineation
- The training must be at least for three days.
- The service provider must be able to issue certificates of competence for all those who attended the training.
- The accreditation must be between NQF level 2- 3 (the water monitors lowest standard is grade 9 and highest grade 12)
- Ability to conduct training in a local language (Sotho and Xhosa are local languages) either of these two or both.
- The service provider must quote their accommodation and transportation and must be willing to be based to in Matatiele during the training.
- They must be willing to conduct this training between May 2018 and early June 2018.
To apply, submit your quotation to: email@example.com quoting 'Wetland Training' in the subject line by the 23rd April 2018. Your quotations must include training day per person rate and any other additional costs, e.g transport and accommodation.
Applications received after the deadline will not be considered. Candidates who have received no response within 14 days of the closing should kindly assume that their quotations were not successful.
Location: Matatiele, Eastern Cape.