Trainer for Mobile Maintenance
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Terms of Reference
Position: Mobile Maintenance Trainer
Location: Based in Jabal Mohsen with frequent training sessions to be in Kobbeh, Tebbaneh and Mankoubin to train already registered vulnerable youth.
Starting Date: As soon as possible
Contract Duration: 12 December 2019 – 30 April 2020 with a total of 60 working hours (split into 40 sessions).
Reports to: YHMFU Program Manager – AICA
The Alawite Islamic Charitable Association AICA, a non-profit non-governmental organization located mainly in Jabal Mohsen – Tripoli and Akkar, registered under the decree No. 4500/1950 , was founded in 1950 in order to claim the rights of the Alawite Muslim community through development and social projects as well as Health care and medical services.
AICA projects and activities aim to mitigate all forms of discrimination towards civil Rights access (medical, health, education, work opportunities, or any other additional required support), raise individual and collective awareness, mainstream protection and disseminate risks prevention.
The intervention strategy consists on holistic and sustainable community development, Advocacy and Peace Building, education and training, primary health care and medical services, religious services.
“Your Health Matters For Us YHMFU“ project is a psychosocial and health support project targeting 900 people from Jabal Mohsen and its surroundings, where action differs according to the targeted group as following:
From 15-25 years old: Through their participation in a short-term vocational course (hairdressing and makeup for girls, maintenance of mobiles for boys) and in life skills sessions that highlight the importance of the mental health of the individual.
Above 40 years old: Through health, psychological and social education sessions on depression, suicide and addiction through a health campaign to be held at the centers of the AICA in Jabal Mohsen.
Project Overall objective:
To improve the access of vulnerable communities from Jabal Mohsen and the surrounding neighborhood of Tripoli to health and mental health services.
Purpose of the assignment:
Improve the psychological and social well-being of beneficiaries between 15 and 25 years old through non- formal skills training as a part of required training and support.
-Plan of training sessions taking into consideration that each session will last for 1.5 hour
- Delivery of 4 sessions per group where each group is constituted from 10 male youth aged between 15 to 25 years (fitted in vulnerability criteria)
-ME tools related to the training (relative to each group)
Ethics and Child Safeguarding:
AICA is committed to ensuring that the rights of those participating in consultations and training are respected and protected, in accordance with our Global Policy on Safeguarding Children and Young People. AICA also fosters a culture that embraces and exemplifies the commitment to gender equality, girls’ rights and inclusion, while supporting staff and consultants to adopt good practice, positive attitudes and principles of gender equality and inclusion.
Required responsibilities and tasks:
- Participate in an introductory workshop for the project in order to get all necessary information
- Create the training guide based on Project Staff Workshop guidelines (during the introductory workshop) with the support and assistance of Project Manager and all team, with specifying competences to deliver through training;
- Design the plan of training sessions (4 sessions x 1.5 hour each) during the mentioned workshop) with the support and assistance of Project Manager and all team, with referring to competences already specified to be acquired at the end of training;
- Revision and updating some M&E tools
- Implementation of M&E tools (training-based)
- Delivery of a total of 10 training cycles on the abovementioned manuals to a total of 120 participants in Jabal Mohsen, Kobbeh, Tebbaneh and Mankoubin.
- Delivery of ME tools
- Participate in the evaluative workshop
- Deliver a final reporting package, sorted in the end of the evaluative workshop.
The trainer will coordinate closely with the Program Manager with the manuals revisions, brainstorming, observation and monitoring, and for best practices approach over the course. He/She will collaborate with the team project all-over the process. He will adhere to AICA values and Code of Conduct.
Qualifications and Experience:
The desired specifications and qualities of the trainer are:
- At least work experience more than 5 years;
- At least training experience more than 2 years;
- A commitment to promoting and supporting child rights and gender equality as well as AICA values.
- A commitment to teamwork, punctuality and to follow AICA procedures.
- Experience in training preparation is a plus.
- Collaborative approach and open to feedback.
- Compassionate while working with refugees.
- Maintains confidentiality and respect towards beneficiaries.
- Experience in working with children and vulnerable populations.
- Good interpersonal and communication skills
Kindly send a CV mentioning the “Mobile Maintenance Trainer” in the subject of your email.
Deadline for applications: Tuesday, December 10th 2019.