The International Labour Organization (ILO) is issuing a 'Call for expression of interest for the development and implementation of quality apprenticeship programmes, Volume II'. While Volume I of the series, launched in December 2017, presented the defining features of the ILO’s approach to Quality Apprenticeship systems and aimed to support policymakers in the design of national apprenticeship systems, Volume II will focus on the practicalities of developing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating quality apprenticeship programmes.
The primary target group for the second volume are practitioners in TVET institutions, intermediary organizations, enterprises and other organizations responsible for designing and managing apprenticeship programmes. This Guide is expected to include a compendium of tools to be used by the key stakeholders of the Quality Apprenticeships value chain; highlight best practices and examples from various developed, emerging & developing countries, and provide essential templates.
Interested consultant/s should submit a brief expression of interest including the CV/s of those to be involved in the project and budget.
The full details of the assignment are provided in the PDF document below.
Proposals should be sent to Ashwani Aggarwal and Josée-Anne Larue by 21 September, 2018 . See contact information located at the top right hand side of the page.