Closing date: 19 May 2017
The submission must include:
A cover letter from a senior representative of your company & and required certifications.
The quotation for the good/service noted in the Detailed Specifications below
Notice of any relevant Terms & Conditions related to the provision of said good/service including the validity period of the quotation
a relevant history/overview of the applicant’s experience/capability in training
a draft course outline for the sessions proposed based on the specifications provided below
Methodological and pedagogical note on approaches foreseen for the course
a detailed budget (including all taxes and all costs not covered by INSO – see below)
Detailed CV (s) of the trainer(s) (a mandatory and key requirement)
Customer references/testimonials as relevant
For quotations over EURO €30,000 the supplier must include (i) copy of photographic ID of senior executive (passport, national ID card etc.) (ii) Official evidence of business address such as utility bill or bank letter (iii) public certificate of incorporation of the company.
NOTE: The successful consultant will be the primary facilitator on the courses but will coordinate with INSO Somalia senior managers who will support with Somalia specific modules.
This request for quotation is looking to identify an appropriate training service provider to deliver**; 3 x Safety & Security Management courses and 3 x Crisis Management courses with a strong focus on organisational security and post-incident crisis management.**
The two courses are stand-alone but are held back to back over 2 and 1 days. They are context specific for all regions of Somalia.
Training will be held at a venue in Nairobi, Kenya .
The objective of the course is ‘To better prepare NGO senior management working and living in insecure and remote environments through the provision of skills and techniques tailored to the extreme nature and level of threat NGOs are exposed to operating in Somalia.
Expected outputs of the Safety & Security Management course:
To acquire good practice guidelines on how to mainstream security into organisational structures.
To understand the specific challenges of Somalia in terms of security.
To understand links between programming and security in the Somalia context.
To define SOPs understanding the trade-offs and dilemmas involved.
To propose a check list of practical actions to enhance security risk mitigation.
Expected outputs of the Crisis Management course:
To understand the challenges of managing a critical incident such as a kidnapping
To learn how to set up a crisis management team, establishing roles, tasks and responsibilities.
To learn to deal with the press and the families of the victims.
To learn to define specific contingency plans (including medical evacuation)
The training will be offered to Country Directors and other senior staff, especially those with specific responsibility for security management.
Each session will be for an optimum number of 15 trainees to allow for a quality exchange among the participants.
In case of oversubscription, the trainees will be selected based on the applicants’ position, agency, duty station, responsibilities and previous experience.
2 or 3 sessions for each course are planned for 2017 and similarly in the future subject to satisfactory performance and contract renewal.
The first courses are scheduled for 11/12 July (SSM) and 13 July (CM)
The additional dates are dependent on demand and the final schedule is to be agreed by INSO and the training provider.
Submission and working language:
The submission and the training language is English.
HOW TO APPLY:
Applications must be marked confidential and forwarded to: xxxxxxxxx@xxxxxxxxx..com