PMS is looking for a consultant to deliver teachers’ training sessions on the Joyful Learning approach for the teachers and SMC/PTC members of 20 selected primary schools in the area of intervention. The consultant will review and combine the training resources, material pertinent to the relevant laws, best practices, keeping in view cultural norms and traditions to bring positive impact in the lives of the children through building the capacities of the teachers and SMC/PTC members. The consultant is expected to use an interactive, engaging training style based on the principles of adult education. To successfully complete this assignment, it is essential for the consultant to be fluent in his/her ability to read and write Pashto.
The training should be interactive and participatory based on adult learning principles. There should be a mix of lectures, exercises, group work, practical examples and practice in a controlled environment. The language for workshop materials and facilitation is desired to be Pashto.
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The deadline for submitting both technical and financial proposal is November 20, 2017 at 10:00 AM sharp. All the sealed envelopes (financial and technical proposal) delayed than the deadline would be rejected. The applications can also be handed over on the office address. The name of consultant or firm should be mentioned on the envelope with clearly highlighted as “CFICDP Teacher and SMC Training 2017”. The address on which the proposals must be dispatched is mentioned below: House No. 346, Street#33, Sector G-14/4, Islamabad. The proposals both sealed technical and financial must be dispatched separately highlighting the name of the applicant. The proposals must be addressed to the procurement manager of PMS. No other means for sending proposals would be entertained other than courier/postage or by hand at the office address.
Formed in 2004, Pak Mission Society (PMS) is a national relief and development organisation. PMS was initiated by a group of Christian professionals whose collective vision was to bring hope and love by responding to human suffering and disasters through emergency relief efforts and delivering long term rehabilitation and development programmes.