Terms of Reference: Safeguarding Resource and Support Hub – adaptation of e-learning courses

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Organization: Terre des hommes
Closing date: 1 Nov 2021

Background

The Safeguarding Resource and Support Hub (RSH) aims to support organisations in the aid sector to strengthen their safeguarding policy and practice against Sexual Exploitation, Abuse and Sexual Harassment (SEAH).

The Hub is an open-access, multilingual platform bringing together relevant guidance, tools and research, and signposting quality-assured safeguarding support. It creates opportunities for meaningful engagement through Communities of Practice, discussion forums and live events.

Part of the offer is a series of 5 e-learning modules. The modules will have been produced in English, Arabic, Swahili, French, Amharic and Hausa. Each module has a RISE scorm file, and an interactive PDF file that can be used offline. Each module also has 4 microlearning tasks, which are now sent out by email to learners – the sending has been automated.

The RSH is being developed and operated by a consortium, which includes Options, Social Development Direct, Sightsavers, GCPS and Terre des hommes.

Terre des hommes is responsible for the development of the Online Hub and for the curation of content as well as the coordination and implementation of live events like webinars and the recording of podcasts.

Terre des hommes is requesting proposal from companies or individual consultants to support the adaptation work of these existing e-learning modules

Specifically the tasks are the following:

  1. Technical adaptation of the existing „classic” Arabic course for Syria, Yemen and Jordan (based on modified characters, modified text). The adaptation needs to be reflected in RISE and in the offline PDFs as well. The microlearning tasks may also need to be modified.
  2. Technical adaptation of the course for 3 countries in Asia: at the time of writing the RFP, it is not known which countries these will be, neither whether this involves additional language versions to be added. However, most probably the characters, some of the scenarios and the language will need to be adapted
  3. There will be further modification requests, like additional videos to be added to the courses
  4. The consultant/company will be asked to participate in regular meetings with the RSH team in order to discuss the upcoming tasks, or to answer requests, or feedback.

Foreseen level of effort: 55 days from December 1st 2021 to November 2022.

How to apply:

See detailed ToR here:
Terms of Reference: Safeguarding Resource and Support Hub – adaptation of e-learning courses | ChildHub – Child Protection Hub

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