Call for Trainers in Financial Education in Ethiopia Vacancy in Ethiopia

Country: Ethiopia
Organization: International Labour Organization
Closing date: 27 Dec 2021

Background

In Partnership with the Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office of the United Kingdom, the ILO is implementing a project entitled “Better Regional Migration Management”, which focuses on laying the foundations for improving labour migration governance in East Africa by using evidence-based policies, enhancing migrant workers’ qualifications and skills, and actively engaging the social partners for improved development outcomes. Working on the second pillar, which aims to build the capacity of relevant national institutions and social partners to improve labour migration governance with specific reference to skills, the project applies a corridor approach to facilitate skills portability, delivering technical assistance to both origin and destination countries, and fosters the design of occupational profiles in selected economic sectors, in specific migration corridors. In this context, the ILO is collaborating with different partners to expand its Global Programme on Financial Education and provide potential migrants and returnees of Ethiopia with the relevant skills and competencies to improve their understanding and use of financial products and services and in turn, support them in making better financial choices sustainably.

Training of Trainers in Financial Education

With more than a decade of experience, the ILO Global Programme on Financial Education is a holistic programme addressing worldwide limited financial literacy levels, through national policy dialogue and capacity building at all levels. The implementation modality of the ILO Financial Education Program is based on a multiplication scheme through Trainings of Trainers (ToTs), followed by Trainings of Beneficiaries (ToBs). The ToT participants will have the possibility of becoming ILO Certified Trainers through the fulfilment of a series of criteria, including the roll out of trainings with target beneficiaries. Furthermore, to facilitate the work on Financial Education, the ILO has developed a training curriculum that will be used to extend financial education to returnees and potential migrants in Ethiopia

The Training of Trainers will take place from January 10th to 14th 2022 in a venue to be decided in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Trainers’ profile

· Proven experience as an adult trainer and/or facilitator of participatory activities with the target audience.

· Have close ties and/or experience with the target audience (returnees and potential migrants in Ethiopia).

· Knowledge of financial education issues and/or knowledge of the Ethiopian financial system.

· Knowledge and experiences with migration-related issues.

· Commitment and availability to replicate the training to final beneficiaries in an autonomous way in the first quarter of 2022.

The following aspects will also be assessed:

· Have experience in organizing training events and/or have institutional support to do so.

· Have the capacity and ability to replicate the training to final beneficiaries in an autonomous way

· Have experience in managing groups and good communication skills

· Have experience with other ILO training tools (Making Microfinance Work, SIYB, MyCOOP or others).

· Knowledge of technology and computer tools (such as (Microsoft package, Zoom, online training tools) and access to proper devices (laptop or tablet) with camera and microphone in case the ToT would need to be online given the context.

How to apply:

Interested applicants are invited to fill in the form linked here and send their CVs to: brmm.ethiopiatot@financialeducation.me copying getahun@ilo.org by 27 December 2021.



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