Lowongan Consultant for Training Module Development





Kopernik’s Solutions Lab Team invites vendors to develop a training module titled “Technical Aspects of Sustainable Production” aimed at the Fisheries Sector. The training will be provided to small-medium enterprise (SME) and micro, small-medium enterprise (MSME) owners in the fisheries sector and will be adapted for youth who are being encouraged to seek employment in the fisheries sector. The training will take place in three districts in East Nusa Tenggara (NTT), Lembata, Sikka, and Nagekeo. The engagement of the training consultant will be for three months.


This project is being delivered by implementing partners Yayasan Plan International Indonesia, Kopernik and Bengkel APPeK on behalf of Plan Germany, funded by the European Union. The full project is being delivered across the three districts mentioned above, Nagekeo, Sikka, and Lembata in Eastern Nusa Tenggara Province, Indonesia. 

The overall objective of this project is to promote sustainable economic growth and employment opportunities for marginalized youth, particularly young women, in the fish-processing sector in Indonesia. The specific objectives are:

Empowering Small and Medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and Micro, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (MSMEs) to provide environmentally friendly and sustainable processes, products and services in the fisheries sector which will promote employment opportunities to marginalized youth, particularly young women;

Increasing the knowledge, skills and attitudes of parents and caregivers, particularly young women, in promoting sustainable consumption patterns and behaviours towards fish products in order to achieve healthy and well-nourished children, particularly girls.

To achieve these objectives, ten training modules will be produced, each led by the different partners, Yayasan Plan International Indonesia, Bengkel APPek and Kopernik. The module highlighted in this tender will be one of the ten developed. Different aspects of these ten modules will be used to deliver training sessions to (M)SMEs and adapted for youth, and will eventually be combined to provide overarching training materials for workers in the fisheries sector that can be used by the government and by other organisations in the future. 


The primary goal of this module titled “Technical Aspects of Sustainable Production” is to build the capacity of targeted (M)SMEs related to adopting simple technologies that can increase their overall production and in turn improve their income. 

3.1 Outputs

A printed manual and accompanying worksheets provided in both English and Indonesian language, that can be used by trainers to deliver the training and facilitate interactive activities for (M)SMEs. The module must cover the following aspects:

A preview of Indonesia’s fisheries sector at the national and local level;

Information on fish seasonality and weather across the three districts;

An introduction to sustainable production concepts (e.g. definition,indicators, principles, etc.);

A summary of current fish processing methods used by (M)SMEs globally and in Indonesia;

Information regarding value-adding to fish-based products through new processing technologies globally and in Indonesia;

Information that shares Kopernik’s findings on the specific experiments that Kopernik has conducted - introducing environmentally-friendly and sustainable technology in the three districts;

The connection between sustainable production and business sustainability;

Information on production standards/labels/certifications;

Information on how to develop a sustainable production plan;

General business and financial administration skills related to technology adoption and business viability; and

Other relevant information that is discovered during the course of the module development.

This training module should cover the main categories highlighted in the MATA KAIL project - fish storage, fish preservation and fish processing and should be aligned with the information gained from our published Market Demand Research. 

The consultant will be expected to deliver the training in Indonesian language, guided by the manual and worksheets during the first round of training to selected (M)SMEs in November 2019 in the three locations. Community-based trainers will be engaged to participate in these sessions as part of the ‘Train the Trainer’ program where they will learn how to deliver the training for the second and third training sessions with the assistance of Kopernik personnel.

3.2 Tasks and Deliverables

Task 1: Designing Training Outline and Concepts 

Task objective: To complete a training outline which will state the plan for the final manual deliverable.


Services needed from consultant


1.1 Brainstorm with Kopernik’s team for feedback on what they think should be included in the module

September 2019

1.2 Collect appropriate information that must be specifically covered in the module from Kopernik, i.e Kopernik’s experimentation project results

1.3 Visit the project locations to gather necessary information direct from the project beneficiaries and potential training attendees

1.4 Document the module outline and training concept to be signed off by Kopernik before proceeding.

Task 2: Training Manual Development

Task objective: To develop a training module on the technical aspects of sustainable production in the form of a document/manual that will be used for training (M)SMEs in Sikka, Lembata, and Nagekeo.


Services needed from consultant


2.1 Undertake desktop research to understand the technical aspects of sustainable production and investigate what should and shouldn’t be included in the training module

September - October 2019

2.2 Write the training module in line with the outputs highlighted above and the module outline signed off by Kopernik

2.3 Print 85 copies of the training manual (including worksheets) using the provided template

2.4 Prepare for the training delivery and discuss logistics with the Kopernik team

2.5 Assist with training logistics where necessary

Task 3: Delivery Round #1 Training in November 2019

Conduct training according to the SCP module curriculum to train the trainers to deliver this module in future sessions for SMEs/MSMEs and youth

Task objective: To ensure the training is delivered in the way the manual requires and to simultaneously teach community trainers to provide the training for Round #2 and Round #3. 


Services needed from consultant


3.1 Travel to the three districts to deliver training to (M)SMEs (approximately 8 travel days)

November 2019

3.2 Provide ‘train the trainer’ program to future trainers/facilitators during these trips


Based on the detailed scope of work listed, Kopernik invites the consultant to create a budget proposal for the specified services above. The budget is set at maximum of IDR95,000,000. The applicants are encouraged to propose their budgets for the module development using the following table:






Amount (IDR)

1st Consultant Fee

2nd Travel 

3rd Printing

4th Other (please specify …..)



Applications should be sent by email to recruitment@kopernik.info with the subject "MATA KAIL Project: Technical Aspects on Sustainable Development Application" before Aug 28, 2019 with the following documents attached:

Your Business/Organization profile (for institutional consultants) or CV (for individual consultants);

Application letter with pitch deck addressing requirements and why your experience will make you a good candidate for this consultancy;

A detailed budget breakdown using the breakdown provided above.

Best Regards,

K-Team Recruitment


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