Training of Trainers on Child Labour prevention
Please send your application package to firstname.lastname@example.org by 17h00, 30 August 2023 Vietnam time.
Email subject: Hanoi - WVV - ACE [Position]
World Vision International (WV) is a Christian humanitarian organization established since 1950. WV currently operates in more than 100 countries, supporting community development through programs on child protection, education, agriculture, hygiene and sanitation, economic development, emergency relief and disaster risk reduction. WV started working in Vietnam in 1988 and opened its office in Ha Noi in 1990. WVI-Vietnam currently operating in 14 provinces and cities with supporting fund from 13 EU, US and Asian countries.
The Against Child Exploitation (ACE) project, funded by United States Department of Labor (USDOL), has commenced since 2019 in the Philippines with the view to strengthening the capacity of the Philippine government to address the worst forms of child labor (WFCL) including online sexual exploitation of children (OSEC), and violations of acceptable conditions of work.
Building on fruitful results achieved in Philippines, the ACE project will be implemented in Vietnam in 6 target districts of 3 target provinces (1. Dien Bien; 2. Da Nang city and 3. Quang Nam) toward the expected outcomes as follows:
• Outcome 1: Improved enforcement of the legal framework and policies pertaining to the WFCL, including OSEC, and violations of acceptable conditions of work
• Outcome 2: Improved assistance services for victims of WFCL and / or OSEC
• Outcome 3: Strengthened partnerships to accelerate progress in addressing the WFCL, including OSEC, and violations of acceptable conditions of work.
In Vietnam, the project will provide direct technical support and engage with a wide range of government, social partners, civil society and business entities in its implementation to enhance government efforts to counter child labour, to contribute to the national strategy in prevention and reduction of child labour, especially to address WFCL including OSEC.
In order to achieve Outcome 1 & Outcome 2, the project will implement capacity-building activities for staff of local CPC system (from sub-commune to provincial level) and service providers on CL prevention by local core trainers. Specifically, the project will train for local core trainers on CL prevention with details below.
Consultants are required to propose a complete and detailed training content based on the objectives of this training course with some reference information as follows:
- Need assessment.
- Contents of training:
- Basic knowledge on CL: concepts, causes, and consequences.
- Identifying victims and children at risk of CL according to guidelines of the National Department of Children’s Affairs and through the CL monitoring tool.
- Monitoring, inspection, and handling violations.
- Plan for training:
- Target participants and quantity;
- Identifying main facilitators and assistants;
- Identifying Time, Duration, and Venue of training;
- Designing the contents and the agenda of training;
- Estimating budget.
- Preparation and implementation for training:
- Materials, tools and facilities;
- Monitoring during training: what and how.
- Key Principles, Methodologies, and Basic skills:
- Principle of teaching for adults;
- Participatory approach;
- Learning based on capacity, experience, and focused learners;
- How to promote participation of trainees;
- Skills of observation, listening, giving feedback, and summarization;
- Skills of questioning;
- Skills of facilitating group discussion;
- Skills of handling troubles;
- Basic methodologies of training:
- Speaking and presentation;
- Group discussion;
- Role playing;
- How to training methodologies which are suitable with trainees’ capacity, training contents, scope of space and time, facilities, tools, etc.
- Skills in using common audio-visual aids to support training;
- Guiding on how to use some basic applications for trainings: Kahoot, Google Form (purposes and how to use).
- Post-test: contents and methodologies.
- Follow-up and support after training.
- Planning for Training on CL prevention for CP staff at district and commune level and sub-commune collaborators (in target and non-target areas).
Notes: In addition to the above basic training contents, trainees (who are core trainers) will continue to be required to participate in other training courses related to child labour prevention such as:
- Procedure of support, including reporting and referral; Programs and services for support to victims and children at risk of CL; Support to victims and children at risk of child labour.
- Skills to work with children;
- Home-visit for CL prevention;
- Case management;
- Trauma-informed care;
- Communication on CL prevention;
- Have at least Master degree in social sciences, or social works
- Have knowledge and at least 5-year experience related to child protection, prevention of child labor, and building capacity based on community;
- Have good experience in training for trainers;
- Have experience in working for programs and projects related to child labors which will be a favor.