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043-2-47734-4 SCB มูลนิธิกองทุนไทย (Thai Fund Foundation)

Facilitator for Water-Safety Teachers’ Training: Art Camp


Organization : Save the Children International
Type : Nonprofits / องค์กรไม่แสวงหาผลกำไร
Date : 4 Jun 2018
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Deadline : 15 / June / 2018

TOR for Consultant

Facilitator for Water-Safety Teachers’ Training: Art Camp

  1. Background

Drowning is the most common cause of death among children in Thailand. Promoting knowledge on drowning prevention is a key priority for Save the Children to increase children’s safety in Thailand. Save the Children, in partnership with the Thai Life Saving Society (TLSS) and the Bureau of Non-Communicable Diseases (NCD), Ministry of Public Health is initiating a project that provides survival-swimming lessons to student’s grade 4-5-6, with ages 8-12 years old in 5 public schools in Bangkok.

Education is important in promoting behavior change, and there is currently a lack of educational materials on child drowning prevention in Thailand. Therefore, Save the Children aims to support teachers to develop their own materials to raise awareness on child drowning prevention through art classes and integration into other subjects.

  1. Scope of Work

Save the Children is seeking a consultant(s) to design, plan, prepare and manage a Training of Trainers Workshop workshop and support subsequent classroom activities in schools. The target group under this project is 7 schools in Bangkok (Phayathai, Suan Bua, Rachawinit, Sommanat, Anuban Watparinayok, Wat Wetawanthummawat and Watbot), with a cohort of 33 teachers. All teachers will be familiar with water safety and drowning prevention issues as a result of training from Save the Children and TLSSS.

  1. Deliverables

TOT workshop on water safety art camp activities

1.1 Design a TOT workshop for a 2-day drowning prevention art camp for teachers. The camp aims to facilitate and encourage participating teachers to be able to develop their own drowning prevention materials and art and craft lesson plans that can be integrated into their classroom activities. The objective of the workshop is to support teachers to have a clear work plan to teach their students. The module should include reference to:

1.2. Arrange logistics for the water-safety teachers’ art camp: venue, training material, admin tasks

1.3. Facilitate workshop delivery

School Implementation Support

2.1. After participating in the workshop teachers are expected to implement their drowning prevention creative lesson activities in their respective schools. The successful consultant is expected to follow up on the progress of school activities and provide suggestions to teachers on the intervention activities around July-August. The will require ongoing communication with teachers and monitoring visits to classrooms.

2.2. The consultant will be expected to provide updates on the implementation of activities in schools to Save the Children. The consultant will also be asked to help coordinate Save the Children’s visit to schools implement the drowning prevention module.

  1. Reporting and Documentation

The consultant will be supervised and overseen by Save the Children’s Bangkok Field Coordinator and will be required to work with other staff in the Drowning Prevention Project.

A final report should be prepared, in Thai and English, which will include detailed information on the activities conducted during the workshop and subsequent classroom support, including accurate data on participant and beneficiaries. Soft copies of all materials developed and used, including teaching aids, workshop activities, sample lesson plans, art and craft activity ideas, etc.

  1. Requirements:

Experience Required:

Other Skills Required:

Consultancy period:  June–August 2018

Design and submit workshop plan

Mid-June 2018

Organize a drowning prevention art activities workshop for teachers

End of June

Follow up on school activities/school work plan

July 2018

Coordinate Save the Children’s visit to participating schools

July to August 2018

Submit final report

End of August 2018

Amendment, Modification or Variation

This Terms of Reference may be amended, varied or modified in writing after consultation and agreement by Save the Children’s Advisory Group members. 

  1. Submissions for the proposal

The submission must address the terms of reference and include:

Close date for submissions:

Applicant should submit their interest by 15 June2018. Submissions should be addressed to:

Please indicate in the subject as “Submit proposal for the Bid: Facilitator for Water-Safety Teachers’ Training: Art Camp _Name of candidate”

* Save the Children International will own the intellectual property rights for materials produced under this contract

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