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The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), invites TESDA accredited Institutions to submit proposals for the conduct of “Skills Training on Solar Nightlight and Post Lamp” in Batangas City.
The Technical Institution is expected to work closely with UNDP and the LGU/DSWD Office of Batangas City, particularly on the training design. The Academic Institution’s major responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Conduct Solar Panel with Entrepreneurship training for selected 65 youths and family members of Batangas City.
- Orient the participants, set the course expectation, house rules and overview of the entire training;
- Develop training materials and conduct the training through classroom lectures, demonstrations, and actual electrical lessons;
- Conduct pre and post evaluations to assess the knowledge and skills of the participants;
- Submit reports to UNDP regional team (i.e. accomplishments, attendance sheets, basic demographics of participants, activity photos, etc.);
- Provide certificates of competency/training completion to participants; and
- Submit final report, documentation and evaluation of the training conducted
The Technical Institution is expected to discuss topics such as, but not limited to:
- Solar Power Major System Components
- Ohms Law (Design and Principles)
- Servicing and Installation
The Technical Institution will also provide 65 starter kits to each participant containing the following items:
- 8” Long nose
- 8” Pliers
- 8” Cutter
- Spark detecting screwdriver
- Solder sucker
- Wire stripper
- Mini drill with adaptor
- Hand crimping tool
- Electric soldering iron (40W) with soldering iron
- Flat screwdriver
- Philip screwdriver
DURATION / PERIOD OF WORK
The training shall be implemented within 7-18 January 2019.
- TESDA accredited technical institution;
- Offer technical courses or subjects such as, but not limited to: Solar Panel Training, Entrepreneurship Training, Electrical Training, that is nationally recognized and acknowledged by a government agency;
- Has at least three (3) years of excellent track record and experience in offering courses or subjects such as but not limited to: Solar Panel Training, Entrepreneurship Training, Electrical Training and other related fields.
Instructors/Professors (Team Composition)
- Must have at least a NCII Certificate for electrical courses, solar panel training, or any related courses;
- At least two (2) years of teaching experience in courses such as but not limited to: Solar Panel Training, Entrepreneurship Training, Electrical Training and other related fields;
- Fluent in English and Filipino, both written and spoken.
SCHEDULE OF PAYMENT
The Technical Institution will follow the schedule of payments described below upon the accomplishment and submission of requirements.
Schedule of Payment
Review/ Approval of work output
Upon signing of the contract and submission of course outline
Regional Team and Project Management Team
Upon completion of trainings and submission of final report
Regional Team and Project Management Team
RECOMMENDED PRESENTATION OF OFFER
- all-inclusive fixed contract price supported by a breakdown of costs
- Workplan and other related documents
- Copy of legal documents such as Government Accreditation, Business Permits, or similar documents;
- Company Profile and CV of Team Members, indicating all past experiences from similar projects;
- Implementation Schedule (i.e. Gantt Chart or PERT/CPM)
CRITERIA FOR SELECTION OF THE BEST OFFER:
- Financial Proposal - 30%
- Technical Proposal - 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.