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Home-based: Content Development for E-learning modules for travel and tourism industry partners

Deadline for application: 
04 Aug 2019
Organisation: 
ECPAT International
Job type: 
Consultancy

Content Development for E-learning modules for travel and tourism industry partners

Introduction

ECPAT International is a global network of civil society organisations working together to end the sexual exploitation of children. The ECPAT network currently has 109 member organisations in 96 countries in all regions of the world. All members are independent organisations or coalitions working against the sexual exploitation of children (SEC). The Secretariat of the Network is based in Bangkok, Thailand.

The Code of Conduct for the Protection of Children from Sexual Exploitation in Travel and Tourism (“The Code”) is a multi-stakeholder initiative, hosted by ECPAT International, with the mission to provide awareness, tools and support to the travel and tourism industry in order to combat the sexual exploitation of children in contexts related to travel and tourism. The Code currently has over 300 member companies operating in more than 150 countries.

ECPAT International and The Code are currently reviewing their online tools to continue to support the private sector as a key stakeholder that can identify and prevent cases of sexual exploitation of children. Over 500,000 staff from a wide range of actors in the travel and tourism industry have already undertaken trainings. Staff of over 300 member companies of The Code have increased knowledge and gained practical skills on child protection. On several occasions, cases of sexual exploitation of children, including trafficking, have been prevented.

Ten existing e-learning modules are currently used, targeting different audiences within the wide range of travel and tourism companies. While these were developed over five years ago, The Code now aims to update these for content and presentation.

Purpose of assignment

ECPAT International seeks to engage the services of an individual consultant to support The Code and facilitate a process of developing content of the e-learning modules for prevention and intervention efforts by private sector Code members. The task will involve the review and update of 10 existing e-learning modules, development of one or two new modules, and coordinate the technical development and delivery of the modules on online platforms. The modules should be reviewed and updated according to the latest research and terminology, and improvement of engaging content such as animations, graphics and media.

Task and Responsibilities

The consultant is expected to:

  1. Review the existing e-learning modules taking into consideration available feedback from key partners and stakeholders
  2. Propose updated content for the existing 10 e-learning modules and develop 1-2 new module/s
  3. Consult with key partners and stakeholders on the proposed new content
  4. Finalize the content of the e-learnings and propose audiovisual plans for each module
  5. Analyze specific needs and requirements for creating graphic design and participate in the selection of an external service provider for the module development
  6. Coordinate the development of the modules with the service provider
  7. Assess hosting options for the e-learning modules and coordinate delivery on the selected platforms
  8. Integrate the e-learning modules with The Code’s CRM (Salesforce-based), including access codes for Code member accounts, automation of certificate generation, and records and statistics of training completions
  9. Test the e-learnings and finalize them with a service provider
  10. Coordinate the translation process of the e-learnings and then development and delivery

Working arrangements

  • The consultancy will be home-based, using own computer and communication equipment and facilities
  • It is expected that the work will be delivered over a period of 7-9 months, with part-time engagement of the Consultant during this period
  • The timeline, work plan, and planning of working days will be further refined and agreed with the selected consultant
  •  The work plan will include review/ acceptance processes of draft deliverables by The Code/ ECPAT
  • ECPAT/ The Code staff will provide technical guidance on e-learning needs, child protection issues, and feedback/ lessons learnt from industry partners

Qualifications and experience

  • Relevant higher education qualifications
  • Demonstrated knowledge of children’s rights and child protection issues
  • Experience in private sector engagement in implementing child protection policies
  • Fluency in written English language
  • Demonstrated understanding of digital environments

How to apply:

Interested candidates are requested to send in their CV and a cover letter indicating an expected daily fee (in USD).

Submission of expression of interest by email to: vacancy@ecpat.net please mention in the subject line: Code E-learning

Deadline: 4 August 2019

ECPAT International is committed to keeping children safe. The selection process reflects our commitment to the safeguarding of children.

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