The consultant is required to complete the following:
· Develop interactive and detailed training session plans and all background materials for the delivery of training sessions.
· Deliver half-a-day training sessions (15 in total) for people of the selected organizations and government bodies.
· Develop a detailed evaluation of the sessions using participant feedback forms so that the training materials can be improved accordingly.
· Develop training session report with recommendations for further addressing of mental health and mental health issues by authorized bodies.
The consultant is responsible for developing appropriate content for the Mental Health Orientation training sessions according to the grant requirements. The consultant will subsequently provide a series of interactive training sessions on mental health in the workplace to a range of organisations nominated by Survivors.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
The following topics should be covered in the training materials:
- What is mental health and why does it matter in the workplace?
- The early signs and self-identification of mental health issues.
- The role a staff member can play in identifying mental health issues at work and how to provide hands on support.
- Supporting care seeking behaviors, and acting as a point of referral for staff members.
- Developing a supportive environment for people with mental illness at work and in society as a whole.
Please write an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) with a covering letter addressing key requirements and attach a copy of your CV. Please include an example of similar work conducted and indicate an expected pay per day along with two copies of previous contracts for rate verification.
\r\n \\r\\n \\\\r\\\\n Survivors Nepal is a non-political, not for profit organization founded on the principle of assisting those who are in need without the distinction of race, ethnicity, gender, age, ability or social status. Survivors operates with a development model which implements cost-effective solutions to the problems and challenges that the community face. Survivors delivers community centric projects for humanitarian response and disaster relief, works to improve the quality of rural education, advocates for neglected health and social issues, addressing the stigma of mental health while fostering partnerships for economic development. Survivors was officially registered in Nepal in May 2015 and has its office in Thapathali, Kathmandu.