Terms of Reference
Job Title: ANF Academy Trainer
Total Position(s): 2
Job Type: IC
Job Location: Islamabad
Minimum Education: Masters Degree
Degree Title: Criminology, law, public administration or equivalent academic training/education from a recognized national police, customs or other staff learning college with specialization in criminal justice, crime prevention or law enforcement
Minimum Experience: 10 years
Career Level: Senior-Level
Organizational Unit: UNODC
Duration: 46 working days, starting November 2011
Posted On: 12 October 2011
Apply By: 25 October 2011
The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) Country Office for Pakistan (COPAK) is tasked with assisting Pakistan through its Country Programme (CP) 2010-14 with a focus on needs related to illicit trafficking and border management, criminal justice and drug demand reduction and HIV/AIDS.
COPAK requires the services of a Trainer for the ANF Academy, a training academy on drugs and organized crime for operational experts and policy makers from the national and regional level. The Trainer will be assisting the Academy in planning its operations, training curricula, design and delivery of training and other events.
Need to enhance & develop the capacity and sustainability of ANF and ANF Academy to deliver effective training to their operational colleagues using modern training methodologies based on ‘Student Centred Learning’, a method universally acknowledged as being the most appropriate and effective means to train and develop skills in adults.
To design and deliver a “Train the Trainer to Train Course” to officers from the ANF who will be deployed as drug law enforcement trainers either at the ANF Academy or at Regional Directorates.
Under the overall supervision of the UNODC Representative, the Trainer will be to support and provide technical advise to the Commandant of the ANF Academy. The Consultantwill undertake the following substantive duties and responsibilities:
· Developing a sustainable training and development strategy for the ANF Academy;
· Deliver a 3-week Training course to the existing and potential ANF trainers that will equip them with the knowledge and skills of a generic trainer capable of delivering effective training in various drug law enforcement activities.
· Communicate the details of the course to the participating LEAs and the donors
· Identifying curricula needs for national and regional training courses;
· Implementing best training practices and modern training methodologies that are tailored to the cultural, linguistic, financial and technological realities in the region;
· Improving the integration of computer-based training (CBT) into Academy training curricula;
· Identify needs for future training courses. It should contain a brief summary of the course, photographs, analysis of trainee’s feedback and trainer’s evaluation/recommendations.
· Identifying a roster of suitable international trainers for selected/recommended courses.
1. Training and academy development strategy (draft and final reports)
2. Developing and identifying curricula needs for national and regional training courses
- CBT curricula integrated
- Mechanisms for coordination with other national and regional academies development
Qualification and Experience
a) At least 5 years technical/operational experience of training law enforcement officers in ‘how to train’
b) Proven competency in the design and delivery of law enforcement training.
c) Knowledge of role of the Pakistani LEAs.
d) International experience.
e) Proficiency in English Language.
f) Excellent Inter-personal skills, ensuring maximum involvement of the target audience, wherever required.
Both international trainers/consultants will base the training on a manual entitled ‘Train the Trainer to Train’ that has been adopted previously to deliver UNODC sponsored training in Pakistan and Turkey. The training will develop the trainees abilities towards delivering a ‘student-centred’ approach to training adults. It is a pass or fail course and successful candidates will receive accreditation as trainers qualified to deliver ‘student centred learning.’ The training will address subjects including :
· ‘The adult learning cycle’
· Blooms ‘taxonomy of learning’
· The domain of learning
· Training methods and delivery
· Objective setting
· Lesson planning
· Assessment of self and others
· Conflict management and
· Developing the trainer as an ethical role model.
The international trainers/consultants will reach Islamabad two WORKING days before the start of the training, in order to carryout detailed coordination with the concerned UNODC staff. The UNODC staff will guide provision of the necessary substantive and administrative support.
After delivering the training, the international trainers/consultants will acquire feedback from the trainees, in order to prepare the trainer’s report (with recommendations to improve future courses).
The international trainers/consultants will submit the trainer’s report to UNODC Pakistan.
Planning and Implementation Arrangements
The Consultantwill work closely with the concerned commandant ANF academy for law enforcement projects and the Country Representative and have documents approved by them prior to release.
Although the consultantis meant to take all views expressed into account, he/she will have to use his/her independent judgment in preparing documents.
Payment Schedule and Rate
The consultant will be issued a consultancy contract (Individual Contract) and paid on a monthly basis in accordance with United Nations rules and procedures. Payment scale will be determined by UNDP recommended rates for senior-level international consultants. Travel costs including transportation and Daily Subsistence Allowance (DSA) for travels will be paid by UNODC in accordance with United Nations rules and procedures.
Interested candidates are requested to submit a technical and financial proposal with application to firstname.lastname@example.org:
(i) Technical proposal should include the following:
1. Cover letter explaining interest for the position
2. Detailed P-11 form
3. Proposed methodology and workplan for the deliverables stated in the Terms of Reference
(ii) Financial Proposal should indicate lump sum amount/fee for the entire set of consultancy services.