Calling for Consultant : Life Skill Module Development on Youth Work readiness and Documenting Best Practices of ENERGY Program Models





ChildFund has been in Indonesia since 1958, with MoU in 1973 with Ministry of Social Affairs. ChildFund Indonesia is currently working with 16 partners at grass root level throughout 8 provinces, by providing technical assistance and financial support to ensure the improvement of conditions, not just on child-by-child basis but all children within the family, community and state. In total, to date ChildFund in Indonesia with partners are working in 177 villages, across 31 districts of 8 provinces in Indonesia, (South Sumatera, Lampung, Banten, West Java, Jakarta, Central Java, Yogyakarta, and East Nusa Tenggara) approximately 27% of Indonesia’s provinces ChildFund Indonesia project beneficiaries totaling to approximately 713,000 direct and indirect individuals.

We tailor our interventions to the very different developmental tasks and needs of children as they progress from infancy through young adulthood. We pursue systems change that improves conditions not just child-by-child but for all children within a community and nationally. Pursuant to our objectives, we are engaging with communities, local and national Government and ministries in the sector of Child Protection, Education, Health, Emergency Response, Disaster Risk Reduction, Food Security, Economic Development, Gender Mainstreaming, ChildFund Indonesia directly assists and provides programmatic benefits to children and families across its working areas.

ChildFund Indonesia works in partnership with community based organizations throughout Indonesia to suppport children and youth who are Deprived, Excluded and Vulnerable (DEV) so that they can improve their lives and become young adults, parents and leaders who will bring lasting and positive change in their communities.

To 15-24 years old, we aim to ensure a skilled and involved youth.

We assist youth with the critical transition to adulthood by promoting programs that offer Training to acquire the skills needed to enter workforce and meet the challenges of adulthood; Skills training to help youth understand and express emotions in ways that foster safe and fulfilling relationships; Enhanced social and leadership skills training so youth can become meaningfully involved in the betterment of their communities. ChildFund Indonesia also seeks to strengthen the ability of families to care for and protect their children, while helping communities to better support families. In achieving these, we implement:

·       Providing life skills training, peer education and peer support in form of youth forums.

·       Promoting youth participation at village decision making and encourage youth active participation and involvement at village planning process

·       Providing access and knowledge on Reproductive Health to youth in our working areas

·       Providing access to role models for youth to learn best practices and lessons learned from successful young adults

·       Providing access and materials in form of trainings and group discussions to support youth work readiness in enabling youth to access and compete in job market and in starting up business.

Child protection is a central thread that binds and cuts across ChildFund Indonesia programming and embedded in the programming within each life stages, with ultimate goal to ensure, as part of civil society, that children are free from violence and exploitation. We are focusing our effort in reducing children’s vulnerability to violence and exploitation through a community based child protection mechanism, built through a bottom up process, and in partnership with children, community, schools, government including business partners to create protective environment for children.

a.       To carry out training needs assessment; and based on the assessment then develop a comprehensive training module on Youth work readiness (with specific modules for Youth Qualities and Youth Skills, Professional knowledge and Skills, Technology knowledge and Skills, Entrepreneurial Competencies, Workplace Competencies)

b.       To document project/program models in Youth Development program cycle, as a best practice. The documentation should capture historical facts of the project/program in each of its stages in the program cycle

The External Consultant is expected to:


a.       Produce a well-written and comprehensive training module on work readiness life skill based on the above, including recommendations for:

·          Schedule for training;

·          Identify key resource persons; · participants;

·          Conduct and Facilitate trainings (TOT) on the modules.

·          Post -training evaluation and impact assessment.

·          Develop monitoring tools in regards ToT.

·          Contextual module approach

·          Module must be contextual with partners in our target area (Central Java, DIY and NTT)

·          Child protection in the context of CBCPM must be the basis in the module

b.       The Documentation of Best Practice of Project/Program Models intends to present the readers with the information and understanding on how to replicate the program/project. The documentation should be display using interactive platform.

The external Consultant is expected to work closely with the Program Specialist (youth development), Partnership Portfolio Officer, Partnership Portfolio Manager and partners project coordinator


Maximum working days proposed is 15 weeks started from 17th February to 22nd May 2020.


·       Previous experience in related module development especially on youth economic empowerment

·       Proven ability to conduct training of trainer

·       Proven ability and experience in participatory methodology including quantitative and qualitative methods.

·       In depth knowledge, professional experience and understanding of documentation, of completed project/program, as according to its project/program cycle.

·       Preferable consultant with profound knowledge on economy and geographical condition of Central Java and East Nusa Tenggara.

Interested consultants should submit a 1-page expression of interest, curriculum vitae, proposed general work plan, and proposed budget to carry out the assignment.

Deadline for Application submission: 10 February 2020

The applicant document submit the proposal to

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