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Consultant on Business Social Compliance Initiatives

Plan International


Consultant/ service contract to develop training curriculum and conduct training on the compliance of Business Social Compliance Initiatives for businesses in Thai fishery processing industry

  1. Introduction


Plan International is currently implementing the Stopping Exploitation through Accessible Services (SEAS of Change) Project through the support of the Federation’s Swedish National Office, Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida), Finland National Office and Kesko Corporation, US National Office and The Richard and Helen DeVos Foundation.  This innovative initiative engages a wide array of internal offices across the Plan Federation along with external actors including private sector partners, governments and local communities.  Key offices within the Federation included Plan International Sweden, Plan International Finland, Plan International Asia Regional Office, Plan International Thailand, and Plan International Cambodia. 


Plan seeks to contribute to a fishing industry that is free from exploitative child labour and that offers decent work opportunities for all, particularly migrant populations.  

The project will identify critical entry points along the fishing supply chain and develop a multi-pronged approach to contribute to fortifying it against exploitation and abuse.  Plan will work with both producers communities in Thailand and consumer societies in Sweden and Finland, along with intermediary buyers and labour brokers in order to contribute to a fishing industry that is free from hazardous and exploitative child labour and offers decent work opportunities for all, particularly migrant populations in Thailand.


  1. Background


As a part of SEAS project implementation, Plan International Thailand tries to ensure greater transparency and accountability in the fishing supply chain with the expectation that it will lead to improved human rights and increased opportunities for decent work. Consequently, Plan seeks to engage local and national producers and exporters of fishery products, as well as informal and formal labour brokers in project activities to generate desirable impact in fishing communities. One of such project activities is the capacity building for businesses in the supply chain of fishery processing industry on social compliance initiatives which hinge on the principles of business and human rights. Plan International Thailand has opted to use Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI) as one of its tools to enhance transparency and accountability in the fishing supply chain.



  • Objective

Plan International Thailand is looking for a consultant or a team of consultants who will develop a training curriculum on the compliance of Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI) for staff-members of businesses in Thai fishery processing industry. The consultant will conduct four [4] training sessions for the mentioned target group from May to December 2017.




  1. Tasks
  • The consultants will be working closely with Plan International Thailand’s SEAS of Change project manager and coordinator in an effort to develop a training curriculum on the compliance of Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI) for senior staff-members of member businesses of Thai Tuna Industry Association (TTIA) and Thai Frozen Food Association (TFFA).
  • Conduct 4 training sessions on BSCI compliance according to the developed curriculum.


  1. Deliverables


Item No.


Due Date


The first draft of training curriculum on the compliance of Business Social Compliance Initiative together with the design of the post-training evaluation, which will be used to assess trainees’ learning from the training. The curriculum should enable trainees to help their businesses pass BSCI audit.

Within 1 week after signing the contract


The final draft of training curriculum on  social compliance initiatives

Within 1 week after receiving revision suggestion from SEAS project team


4 training sessions for approximately 30 persons per session

The training is expected to be held in March, June, September and December 2017, respectively


Event report of the training session detailing facts about the training including agenda, list of participants, and recommendation for future improvement.

Within 2 weeks after conducting the training


  1. Schedule


Training location: Bangkok

Number of trainees per session: 30

Length of the training: 3 days


Tentative Schedule for the 4 training sessions


15-17 May 2017


12-14 June 2017


11-13 September 2017


18-20 December 2017


  1. Consultant’s qualification

A consultant or a team of consultants will be recruited.

The minimum qualifications and experience required are:


  • Experience in developing training curriculum or deliver training on Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI), or experience working with BSCI
  • Experience in training facilitation in Thai for Thai audience
  • Broader understanding and knowledge on overall situation of working conditions in Thai fishery processing industry
  • Proficient in English communication and English report writing
  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills and able to demonstrate respect for people with diverse ethnicities, different socio-economic backgrounds and beliefs.




VIII.      How to apply?


  • Develop a proposal for the consultancy based on the Terms of Reference, including proposed budget and work plan. The budget should include the candidate’s daily rate and break-down details of other expenses. Plan will pay for the consultants’ professional fee, training venue, meeting package during the training, and the cost of training materials.
  • Submit a Curriculum Vitae of each team member with contact details
  • Submit at least one [1] sample of previous work (unpublished or published document)


Please submit all above requirement via email to 


The deadline for applications is 5pm on 5 March, 2017.


Only shortlisted candidates will be notified. Plan is an equal opportunity employer.


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