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3 Feb 2021

Contract LABOR MOBILITY TRAINING CONSULTANT

PROGRAM QUALITY CONSULTANT –  Port Vila, Efate

Job Description

World Vision Vanuatu has funding through DFAT’s Australian Humanitarian Partnership (AHP) to develop and deliver family focused pre-departure briefings to Ni-Vanuatu workers travelling overseas to participate in seasonal work schemes in Australia and New Zealand. These trainings will involve both the worker and at least one other member of his or her family, with the goal of supporting the family to plan and work together, to better benefit from the opportunity of overseas work. As part of the training development process, World Vision is seeking expressions of interest from consultants to develop and/or deliver trainings on the following topics:

1. Nutrition
Develop and deliver a practical training package focused on nutrition

2. Family budgeting and financial management
Develop and deliver a practical training package focused on family budgeting and financial management.

3. Adult education/training facilitation skills (capacity building for WV staff who will participate in training delivery)
Develop and deliver a practical capacity-building training to World Vision staff, former seasonal workers (interns) and other relevant partners on adult education skills/training facilitation.

Interested consultants must be Vanuatu-based, and proficient in Bislama – as a key part of the training development and delivery process will be working closely with a group of former seasonal workers, to ensure that the training materials directly meet their needs and respond to their experiences. The timeframe for this assignment is anticipated to be February-May, with the potential for continued work beyond this timeframe depending on the evolving needs of the project.

More information in the listing attachment.

Job Expired 19/02/2021

Job Category: Non Government Organisation (NGO). Job Type: Contract.

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