CALL for Trainers
Provision of Certified Accelerated VET for Youth
in the Litani River Basin (LRB)
In 2018, the Delegation of the European Union in Lebanon and the Economic and Social Fund for Development -ESFD, designed the “Local development programme along the Litani River Basin” (LRB Programme) aiming to complement the efforts deployed by the Government of Lebanon in this regard. The LRB Programme, funded by the EU with a value of EUR 20 million, has an integrated and multi-sectoral approach to local development. It consists of well-targeted and integrated interventions in the following sectors:
The LRB Programme is in line with the Single Support Framework 2017-2020 for Lebanon, specifically Priority 2 "Fostering local governance and socio-economic development", and the EU-Lebanon Partnership Priorities (PP), namely fostering growth and job opportunities, through support to municipalities, stimulating private investment, rehabilitation and expansion of infrastructure, expanding trade, agriculture and industry and conservation of natural resources.
The Overall Objective of the project is to contribute to stability in Lebanon by promoting local development and improving the socio-economic resilience of the local population along the Litani River Basin (LRB).
The purpose of this project is to contribute to improving employment opportunities for the youth in the Litani River Basin, in particular in the 9 Unions of the Municipalities of Baalbeck, West Baalbeck, Zahle, East Zahle, Central Bekaa, Plain, Lake, Tyre and Chqif. The project consists in providing training programmes covering soft and occupational skills offered to groups of youth followed by individual internships.
The trainer will provide a training module to a group of 18 trainees. The training modules identified in this project are the following:
The language of the training courses for occupational skills will be English, however, trainers can use Arabic to help the trainees better understand concepts, systems and principles.
An integrated innovative pedagogical approach will be followed in providing the training courses for occupational skills. The objective is to make the trainer a facilitator helping the trainees develop their knowledge and improve their skills and capacities to deal with technologies. The training will be designed in a way to ensure that all trainees are actively engaged with the purpose of achieving the training outcomes. The training approach applied will motivate each trainee to understand, acquire, process and gain occupational skills.
Qualifications and skills
The training programme should be held between June and December 2022.
HOW TO APPLY
Send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org before 31 May 2022.
Priority will be given to qualified local experts from the LRB region