|Overview : |
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), invites Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) accredited Institutions to submit a Proposal for the conduct of Skills Training on Food Processing for the Local Government Units (LGUs) of Tabontabon and Sta. Fe, Leyte.
- To improve the socio-economic capacity of the project participants through the provision of skills training of food processing training kits for employment facilitation.
- To equip the participants with the new knowledge and skills necessary for employment (human capital);
- To provide starter kits necessary for employment (physical capital).
- To provide the beneficiaries with a daily source of income.
In that matter, the UNDP is engaging services of a Service Provider with substantive knowledge and commendable expertise to deliver the needed services
II.The Scope of Services
The Service Provider is expected to work closely with the LGUs, DSWD, and UNDP, and will be responsible for the following:
- Conduct the Orientation for the participants to set the course expectation, house rules, overview of the entire training;
- Conduct the Food Processing through classrooms lectures and demonstrations in 15 training days (Monday-Friday only), within January 08-31, 2019, to 25 participants per LGU (Tabontabon and Sta. Fe, Leyte).
At the end of the training, target participants will be able to demonstrate the following competencies:
- Participate in workplace communication
- Work in a team environment
- Practice career professionalism
- Practice occupational health and safety procedures
- Apply food safety and sanitation
- Use of standard device and measurement
- Perform mathematical computation
- Implement good manufacturing processes and procedure
- Implement environmental policies and procedure
- Process food by salting, curing, and smoking
- Process food by fermentation and pickling
- Process food by sugar concentration
- Package finished/processed products
III. Training Delivery
The delivery of training should adhere to the design of the curriculum. Delivery should be guided by the basic principles of competency-based Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET).
- The training is based on a curriculum developed from the competency standards;
- Learning is modular in its structure;
- Training delivery is individualized and self-paced;
- Training is based on work that must be performed;
- Training materials are directly related to the competency standards and the curriculum modules;
- Assessment is based on the collection of evidence of the performance of work to the industry required standard;
- Training is based both on and off-the-job components;
- Allows for recognition of prior learning (RPL) or current competencies; and
- Approved training programs are Nationally Accredited.
- The Service Provider shall work closely with the UNDP Regional staff and MSWDO of Sta. Fe and Tabontabon, Leyte particularly on the training design; and
- The Service Provider shall monitor the attendance of participants and provide immediate feedback if there is any significant circumstance(s) occurred during the conduct of training.
V. Duration /Period of Work
The activity shall be implemented within January 08-31, 2019 (15 days of Training), to 25 participants per LGU.
- License to operate (Business Permit), SEC Registration or equivalent documents;
- Certificate of Accreditation issued by TESDA;
- Certificate of TVET Program Registration to offer a Program in Food Processing (NC II);
- Has at least 3-5 years of track record in conducting technical skills training;
- Must be a holder of National TVET Certificate in Food Processing (NC II);
- Must have at least 1-2 years of experience in the industry; and
- Must have attended and/or has been involved in Food Processing trainings, seminars, conventions or related activities in the last 3 years
VII. Schedule of Payment
The Service Provider will follow the schedule of payments described below upon the accomplishment and submission of required attachments.
*The contract price is all-inclusive, fixed and output- based regardless of extension of the herein specific duration.
Schedule of Payment
Review/ Approval of work output
Upon signing of the contract and submission of the training plan
Regional Team and Project Management Team
Upon completion of the delivery of Basic, Common, and Core Competencies Module with documentation/ accomplishment report and submission of final report including pre and post evaluation result (narrative and liquidations report)
Regional Team and Project Management Team
VIII.Recommended Presentation of Offer
- Financial proposal with the attachments
- All-inclusive fixed contract price, supported by a breakdown of costs;
- Workplan and other related documents;
- Photocopy of the legal documents such as Business Permit, SEC Registration, TESDA Accreditation and TVET Registrations;
- Company profile and/or personal CV of Team Members indicating all past experiences from similar projects;
- Plan of Approach and Methodology; and
- Implementation Schedule (Gantt Chart or PERT/CPM)
IX.Criteria for Selection of the Best Offer
- Financial Proposal - 30%
- Expertise of the Firm- 70%
Technical Proposal Evaluation
1.Expertise of the Firm/ Organization
2.Proposed Methodology, approach, and implementation plan
3.Qualification of Contractor and team members
The abovementioned Bidding Documents are attached in the Documents Section of this Notice. Deadline for the submission of proposals is on December 14, 2018.
UNDP reserves the right to reject any or all the proposals, waive any defect or informality therein, accept the proposal and award the contract to the most advantageous offer. UNDP assumes no responsibility whatsoever to compensate or indemnify the proposer for any expense or loss that may be incurred for the preparation of proposals, nor does UNDP guarantee that an award will be made.