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The USAID-funded Civil Society Partnerships Project under Khon Kaen University Center for Civil Society and Nonprofit Management (CSNM) is seeking a qualified vendor to facilitate a two and half day regional workshop title Lower Mekong Sub-region innovation training workshop for CSO leaders and curriculum development experts.

Duration of the workshop: Two and half day during on 10-15 August 2015
Venue: A hotel in Khon Kaen Province
Submit an application: 26 June 2015 via email to janjira@gmail.com

Center for Civil Society and Nonprofit Management (CSNM)
Lower Mekong Sub-region (LMS) Innovation training Workshop for Civil Society Organization (CSO) leaders and curriculum development experts

The USAID-funded Civil Society Partnerships Project under Khon Kaen University Center for Civil Society and Nonprofit Management (CSNM) is seeking a qualified vendor to facilitate a two and half day regional workshop title Lower Mekong Sub-region workshop for CSO leaders and curriculum development experts. The two and half day workshop will be held during mid-August 2015 at Khon Kaen province with estimation of 25 LMS national participants who are expert on training and curriculum development in the region.

Summary: Effectiveness and efficiency of capacity to deliver effective outputs to constituent citizens become one of key challenges for CSOs in LMS. Most of CSOs in this region have very strong capacity on technical aspect of their work. They have in-dept information on issues they have advocated for, however, they are still lacking of innovative approach to mobilize their constituent of government oversight activities. It is also true among service provided CSOs and consultants. Most CSOs who provide service on capacity building are still using conventional approach to deliver their knowledge. In contrast, new generation and most of business sectors are looking for new and innovative approach in order to reach wider audience and having more impact on the activity they invest. Social media, online information such as Facebook, twitter, mobile App, mobile website, E-learning have been used to expand capacity to be able to reach mass of people.

The workshop Lower Mekong Sub-region workshop for CSO leaders and curriculum development experts will help participants to learn how to adapt and expand their training and curriculum development knowledge by using innovative methods such as ICT and other new technologies. The workshop will use Human-Centered Design combine with a Design Thinking approach.

Outcomes: The workshop will be designed and conducted to achieve the following key learning outcomes:
1) participants are knowledgeable on innovative approach and having ideas to implement into their work; 2) participants have general understanding on Human-Centered Design and Design Thinking approach as a tool for them when design training curriculum; 3) CSPP has strong connection with participants and develop work plan and timeline for coming activities

The workshop facilitated organization will work closely with CSPP to identify agenda and workshop approach to make sure all the outcomes have achieved.

Participants: 25 LMS nationalities (Thai, Laos PDR, Myanmar, Vietnam and Cambodia) who are expert on CSO capacity building, training and curriculum development

Duration of the workshop: Two and a half day during on 10-15 August 2015

Venue: A hotel in Khon Kaen Province

Tentative agenda:
Day 1
  • Introduction of the participant (group activity)
  • Introduction of the workshop, Expectation,
  • CSNM/CSPP background presentation
  • Understanding of innovation – What / How people use innovations in different way.
  • Human-Centered Design workshop (whole afternoon session)
Day 2
Human-Centered Design Workshop (all day long)
How to integrate Human-Centered design into the innovation design tools for CSOs
Day 3
CSPP and participants group working on curriculum developing plan and timeline (morning session only)

How to apply?
Prepare and submit an application by 26 June 2015 via email to janjira.csnm@gmail.com

Which must include:
  • a cover letter outlining how you meet the specification, including relevant previous experience with two samples of previous work
  • CVs of the consultant(s) who will carry out the work
  • A full technical and financial proposal to include:
    • an explanation on how you would conduct the process as outlined above with a detailed methodology
    • a detailed proposed budget to conduct this workshop
Specification
  • Organization & Institution training on Innovation training and Human-Centered Design for develop training curriculum in this region
  • Base in Thailand
Note: Service fee must be deducted withholding tax 3% by Thai law

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