CSA: Provision of EPWP Worker Seta Accredited Training

Conservation South Africa (CSA)
Opportunity closing date: 
Monday, 22 July, 2019

Opportunity type: Request for Quotations
 
Background:

Conservation South Africa (CSA), a local affiliate of Conservation International (CI), is committed to helping societies adopt a more sustainable approach to development - one that considers and values nature at every turn and improves human well-being through the conservation of ecosystems and the goods and services they provide.

It is widely acknowledged that rural communities depend on natural resources and ecosystems goods and services for their health and livelihoods.

In this context the well-being of people is linked to their environment and their livestock that many draw on as their primary economic asset.

Our goal is:

To properly equip our community participants working on projects as restoration workers (as part of Working for Water) with first aid as well as health and safety knowledge and skills so they can safely clear alien invasive plants. They also need to be aware of Health and Safety protocols to remain safe and minimize injury risk in their workplace. Through the provision of peer education training, we strive to create a safe space and learning environment for our teams and develop ongoing support through peer networks.
 
In this regard, training of the Seta accredited courses listed below is to be delivered in Mvenyane, Matatiele in the Eastern Cape Province. NB: Service providers may submit quotations for any of the courses listed that they are able to offer.

  1. First Aid Level 1 (Unit Standard 119567) - 19 persons
  2. Health and Safety Level 1 (Unit Standard 123137) - 19 persons
  3. Peer Education (Unit Standard 264256) - 20 persons

Service to be provided;

  • Seta accredited courses aligned to:
    • Unit Standard 119567
    • Unit Standard 123137
    • Unit Standard 264256
  • Conduct all theoretical and practical training sessions on site
  • Ability to deliver services within CSA designated timelines
  • Experience of working with rural communities with limited access to formal education
  • Certification of participants that have successfully completed the training
  • Must be fluent in IsiXhosa or Isizulu

Applying organization/ individual must comply with and submit copies of the following documentation:

  • A company profile
  • CV and qualification of the facilitator
  • Company registration certificate
  • Tax certificate
  • A valid B-BBEE Verification certificate
  • SETA accreditation

Deliverables;

  • Outline of course content to be delivered
  • Indication of dates of availability over the next 3 months to deliver this training
  • Signed attendance registers
  • Accredited certificates

To apply please send the quotation to nmgwali@conservation.org. Applications close on the 22nd of July 2019 at 12h00 

Applications received after the deadline will not be considered.

Should you not receive a response within 10 days of the closing date, please regard you RFQ as unsuccessful. CSA reserves the right not to appoint a service provider.

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