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MASTER OF URBAN ENVIRONMENT REGENERATION OF JOINT HOUSING "THE FIFTH" IQUIQUE CITY PLAN. Tarapaca region

United Nations Development Programme | Published December 2, 2015  -  Deadline January 4, 2016
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COUNTRY: Chile Funding source: GOVERNMENT OF CHILE PROJECT NUMBER: 90298 TITLE: "IMPLEMENTATION OF NATIONAL URBAN DEVELOPMENT POLICY" BUSINESS SECTOR: URBAN PROPOSAL NUMBER: 287/2015

RANGER TRAINING PROGRAM INSTRUCTORS AND RANGER EXECUTIVES FOR CERTIFICATION OF OCCUPATIONAL SKILLS

United Nations Development Programme | Published February 24, 2015  -  Deadline March 23, 2015
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COUNTRY: CHILE SOURCE OF FUNDING: GOVERNMENT OF CHILE PROJECT NUMBER: GEF No. 59602 TITLE: "CREATING A COMPREHENSIVE NATIONAL SYSTEM OF PROTECTED AREAS TO CHILE: FINANCIAL STRUCTURE AND OPERATIONAL" BUSINESS SECTOR: EDUCATION / ENVIRONMENT PROPOSAL NUMBER: 038 / 2015 NAME OF THE PROPOSAL: "RANGER TRAINING PROGRAM INSTRUCTORS AND RANGER EXECUTIVES FOR CERTIFICATION OF OCCUPATIONAL SKILLS" DEADLINE: MONDAY 23 MARCH 2015 UNTIL 18:00 HRS. (LOCAL TIME) 1.1.OBJETIVO GENERAL OBJECTIVES 1. Develop and implement a training program for 30 Ranger Instructors and Assessors of labor skills of their peers; Ranger 200 nationwide to level their knowledge and support them in the process of certification of job skills by CHILE VALUES, involving 30 instructors Rangers.

STRATEGIC DEVELOPMENT PLAN (PED) FOR Río Clarillo National Reserve, METROPOLITAN REGION OF SANTIAGO

United Nations Development Programme | Published March 23, 2015  -  Deadline April 7, 2015
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COUNTRY: CHILE SOURCE OF FUNDING: GOVERNMENT OF CHILE PROJECT NUMBER: GEF No. 59602 TITLE: "CREATING A COMPREHENSIVE NATIONAL SYSTEM OF PROTECTED AREAS TO CHILE: FINANCIAL AND OPERATIONAL STRUCTURE". BUSINESS SECTOR: ENVIRONMENT PROPOSAL NUMBER: 050/2015 NAME OF THE PROPOSAL: "STRATEGIC DEVELOPMENT PLAN (PED) FOR Río Clarillo National Reserve, METROPOLITAN REGION OF SANTIAGO" DEADLINE: TUESDAY 07 APRIL 2015 UNTIL 18 : 00 HRS. (LOCAL TIME) Objectives General Objective Build a Strategic Development Plan (PED) for the National Reserve of Rio Clarillo - RNRC (area of ​​extensive and intensive use), according to the guidelines set out below. The PED is a specific planning instrument that aims to plan, enhance and implement infrastructure and services in one or more specific areas of an ASP, simultaneously or in stages selected schedule, subject to the conservation objectives or other defined in the Management Plan and expressed through a spatial proposal, regulations and management. The PED should consider the following main components: Decrease in anthropogenic impact in accordance with the conservation objectives of the unit. Diversification of supply of services for visitors, promoting education and nature tourism. Sort Specific accessibility, circulation and distribution of visitation to the unit. Projecting the development of the enabling infrastructure to a horizon of 15 years. Improving communication Reserve through the design and implementation of a website to facilitate both internal management of the Unit and its relationship with the regional environment. Products Expected This consultancy includes the following steps and associated products: Product 1: Strategic Analysis Sector ASP Output 2: Strategic Development Plan (PED) of the National Reserve Rio Clarillo (RNRC) Output 3: Formulation of Investment Projects Output 4: Portfolio investment scheduled Output 5: Development, design and programming of a website for RNRC Output 6: Concept Note of demonstrative experience PED CONTACT INFORMATION: United Nations Development Programme - CHILE 3241 DAG HAMMARSKJÖLD - VITACURA - SANTIAGO TEL: (56) 1045 22654 Interested parties may download the rationale and background of this process by visiting the website: http://operaciones.pnud.cl/Adquisiciones/ -Nº 050/2015

DESIGN OF AN EARLY WARNING SYSTEM OF INVASIVE ALIEN SPECIES IN THE JUAN FERNANDEZ ARCHIPELAGO: LEGAL ANALYSIS INSTITUTIONAL, INFRASTRUCTURE COSTING, developing protocols and CAP

United Nations Development Programme | Published October 28, 2016
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COUNTRY: CHILE

FUNDING SOURCE: GEF

PROJECT NUMBER: 83266

TITLE: "STRENGTHENING OF NATIONAL FRAMEWORKS GOVERNANCE OF INVASIVE ALIEN SPECIES: PILOT PROJECT ON JUAN FERNÁNDEZ ARCHIPELAGO"

BUSINESS SECTOR: ENVIRONMENT

PROPOSAL NUMBER: 171/2016

NAME OF THE PROPOSAL: "DESIGN OF AN EARLY WARNING SYSTEM OF INVASIVE ALIEN SPECIES IN THE JUAN FERNANDEZ ARCHIPELAGO: LEGAL ANALYSIS INSTITUTIONAL, INFRASTRUCTURE COSTING, PROTOCOLS AND TRAINING DEVELOPMENT"

DEADLINE: MONDAY 17 NOVEMBER 2016

Until 18:00 hours. (LOCAL TIME)

1. BACKGROUND

One of the main weaknesses recognized by agencies and ad-hoc expert groups are the shortcomings of national standards regarding IAS introduced as pets, aquarium and terrarium species, as live bait and live food.

However, when these introduced species threaten biological local diversity are described as invasive alien species (IAS).

Furthermore, only an early and timely detection of invasive species, allows a high and successful eradication (NISC, 2008).

BUILDING SYSTEM INDICATORS AND STANDARDS OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT IN CHILE

United Nations Development Programme | Published October 28, 2015  -  Deadline November 27, 2015
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COUNTRY: Chile Funding source: GOVERNMENT OF CHILE PROJECT NUMBER: 90298 TITLE: "IMPLEMENTATION OF NATIONAL URBAN DEVELOPMENT POLICY" BUSINESS SECTOR: URBAN PROPOSAL NUMBER: 256/2015 NAME OF THE PROPOSAL: "BUILDING SYSTEM INDICATORS AND STANDARDS URBAN DEVELOPMENT IN CHILE "DEADLINE: FRIDAY NOVEMBER 27, 2015 until 18:00 hours. (Local time) Problem Its main objective is to improve the "quality of life of people" and as more specific purposes: Achieve development of Chilean cities socially integrated, environmentally balanced and economically competitive. Support decentralization of the country, promoting the decentralization of urban development processes associated Deliver an explicit framework that enables institutional reorganization ordering and coordinating the activities of various agencies with responsibility for urban development. Give support and a sense of unity and coherence to the reformulation of the various statutory and regulatory bodies relating to urban development. Generate certainties favoring coexistence, an enabling environment for society and for the initiatives of public and private investment. To achieve this central objective and these more specific goals, PNDU defined guidelines and specific objectives that are organized in five areas, namely urban social integration, urban economic development, urban environmental balance, identity and heritage and urban institutions and urban governance. These areas of urban development fall within the overall concept of urban sustainability, and linked to the notion of territorial system, ie the interaction of urban and rural as a determinant of the quality of urban life. The appointment of its members is established through the Supreme Decree No. 68, issued on April 29, 2014 and published on 29 August 2014. The PNDU requires the Council to generate periodic reports and public access that account for the progress in their implementation and progress on the quality of life in Chilean cities. More specifically, the PNDU orders in Chapter V, field "Institutions and Governance", the creation of a system for measuring the quality of urban development: Consider indicators to measure the quality of urban towns and smaller localities according to their social, cultural identity and peculiarities.

STRATEGIC DEVELOPMENT PLAN (PED) NATURAL MONUMENT FOR BROKEN CARDONES, Arica y Parinacota Region

United Nations Development Programme | Published March 18, 2015  -  Deadline April 7, 2015
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COUNTRY: CHILE SOURCE OF FUNDING: GOVERNMENT OF CHILE PROJECT NUMBER: GEF No. 59602 TITLE: "CREATING A COMPREHENSIVE NATIONAL SYSTEM OF PROTECTED AREAS TO CHILE: FINANCIAL STRUCTURE AND OPERATIONAL" BUSINESS SECTOR: ENVIRONMENT PROPOSAL NUMBER: NAME 051/2015 PROPOSAL: "STRATEGIC DEVELOPMENT PLAN (PED) NATURAL MONUMENT FOR BROKEN CARDONES, Arica y Parinacota Region" DEADLINE: TUESDAY 07 APRIL 2015 UNTIL 18:00 HRS. (LOCAL TIME) OBJECTIVES OF THE CONSULTANCY General Objective To design and validate a Strategic Development Plan (EDP) that allows the planning, assessment and implementation of infrastructure, services or other, specific sectors of Natural Monument Quebrada de Cardones, with a scheduling according to the financing possibilities and demands of the protected area and conservation objectives defined in the Management Plan; and expressed by a spatial proposal, regulations and management. You must also consider the following central axes: Minimize the anthropic impact in accordance with the conservation objectives of the Unit. Unit visibility through an identity image pick MNQC vision. The design of the PED is an initiative that seeks to create a demonstration effect and can be replicated in other units SNASPE. Specific Objectives a) Visualize and analyze comprehensively the specific sectors of ASP Development Unit on a 15-year horizon based on the definition of a strategic vision in the regional context, the definition of conservation and zoning defined sectors; b) Develop a schedule of investments for the implementation of the strategic decisions of the area and to promote the diversification of supply of visitor services (education, nature tourism and astronomical tourism) portfolio; c) Develop specific investment projects for the implementation of PED and support moves to his bid for regional funding as appropriate; d) To systematize the process of drafting the PED identifying lessons learned and recommendations for replication in the SNASPE, with active participation of regional and national actors involved in the work. CONTACT INFORMATION: United Nations Development Programme - CHILE DAG HAMMARSKJÖLD 3241 - VITACURA - SANTIAGO TEL: (56) 1045 22654 Interested parties may download the rationale and background of this process by visiting the website: http: // operations. pnud.cl/Adquisiciones/ -Nº 051/2015

REDESIGN OF SERVICES RELATING TO PERMITS AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT AND CHANGES TO RELATED RULES FOR THE CONDUCT OF PROCEDURES ON LINE

United Nations Development Programme | Published March 14, 2017
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COUNTRY: CHILE

SOURCE OF FINANCING: GOVERNMENT OF CHILE

PROJECT NUMBER: 90298

TITLE: "IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NATIONAL URBAN DEVELOPMENT POLICY"

BUSINESS SECTOR: GOVERNANCE

PROPOSAL NUMBER: 043/2017

NAME OF THE PROPOSAL: "REDESIGN OF SERVICES RELATING TO PERMITS AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT AND CHANGES TO RELATED RULES FOR THE CONDUCT OF PROCEDURES ON LINE" "

DEADLINE: MONDAY 17 APRIL 2017

Until 18:00 hours. (LOCAL TIME)

1. BACKGROUND

In fact, Chile maintains a relatively low poverty rate (14.4% in 2011), well below the average for Latin America (27.9%) and the Human Development Index is 0.819 (2012), positioning Chile in the first place in Latin America.

Urban segregation is another manifestation of inequality in access to services and an adequate quality of life within cities ".

In this context, in 2010, UNDP and the Ministry of Housing and Urban Development (MINVU), through the Division of Urban Development (DDU), signed the agreement "Implementation of the Policy on Sustainable Urban Development", which will He allowed both institutions to work on technical aspects that have led to the process of formulating the National Urban Development Policy (PNDU).

All this, considering that Chile has not had a real urban policy to guide the development of their cities, with the necessary support to generate profound changes.

Not only about the availability of goods or objective conditions, as they can be green areas, public transport or air pollution but also subjective aspects associated with human dimension, as coexistence, diversity and integration.

On March 4, 2014 was published in the Official Journal, the new National Urban Development Policy, which will guide the development of Chilean cities over the next 50 years, and whose objective is to realize the common aspirations, needs and shortcomings of reforms and roads in urban development must go to be a more inclusive and just country.

In this context and based on the experience gained through this agreement, 2014, MINVU and UNDP Chile signed a new agreement with the purpose of generating a continuity for four years, focusing on joint action in implementing the recently approved PNDU.

Conducting studies and consulting services in order to support, supplies and monitor the process of implementation of the National Urban Development Policy, materializing the prioritization and approaches of the strategy emanating from the Ministry of Housing and Urban Development and the National Council of Urban Development.

The Issue

Its main objective is to improve the quality of life of people and as more specific purposes:

  1. Achieve a better quality of life for people, comprehensively addressing aspects governing the formation of our cities, seeking that their development is socially integrated, environmentally balanced and economically prosperous.
  2. Support decentralization of the country, bringing decisions of local character people, promoting respect for communities and strengthening citizen participation.
  3. Deliver an explicit framework that enables institutional reorganization and order the actions of the various agencies and public and private actors in the cities and territory, avoiding criteria and dissimilar, contradictory or uncoordinated actions.
  4. Give support and sense of unity and coherence to the reformulation of the various legal and regulatory bodies, which require modernize and adapt to the new requirements of society.
  5. Certitudes generate favoring coexistence of citizens in the territory and enable an environment conducive to the development of society and environment for initiat

CONSULTANCY TO DEVELOP THE CATALOGUE OF ALIEN SPECIES feral / NATURALIZED IN CHILE, UNDER THE PROJECT GEF / MMA / UNDP ERA AJF

United Nations Development Programme | Published March 18, 2015  -  Deadline April 13, 2015
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COUNTRY: CHILE SOURCE OF FUNDING: GOVERNMENT OF CHILE PROJECT NUMBER: No. 83266 TITLE: "STRENGTHENING OF NATIONAL FRAMEWORKS GOVERNANCE OF INVASIVE ALIEN SPECIES: PILOT PROJECT IN THE ARCHIPELAGO JUAN FERNANDEZ". ENVIRONMENT PROPOSAL NUMBER: 059/2015 NAME OF THE PROPOSAL: "CONSULTANCY TO DEVELOP THE CATALOGUE OF ALIEN SPECIES feral / NATURALIZED IN CHILE, UNDER THE PROJECT GEF / MMA / UNDP ERA AJF" DEADLINE: BUSINESS SECTOR MONDAY 13 APRIL 2015 UNTIL 18:00 HRS. (LOCAL TIME) Project Description Background In 2013, the COCEI developed a proposed program that incorporates management priorities grouped according to the strategic guidelines established by the CBD for exotic species, incorporating specific objectives for each of the guidelines, as land and hydrobiological areas, pre and post border border. The project, under its component one product one and activity two will design and implement a national database and a system of dissemination of information and coordination of Invasive Alien Species activity that will contribute to the knowledge of the species found feral within the national territory. In this regard it is important to establish a database that allows shorten the information gaps that exist, and secondly serves to implement a system of dissemination of information and coordination of ERA. Unfortunately, the information generated by these efforts is highly dispersed and difficult to access, and in many cases the results have only been published abroad. For this reason, the GEF-ERA project will support the creation of a catalog of exotic species in Chile, naturalized or feral [2], and a system for disseminating information (including a website, connected to the existing website MMA) consolidate existing knowledge in Chile on alien species (EE). They also serve to identify critical gaps in knowledge, so that priorities for IAS management are established, both nationally and locally. This brochure provides basic information for each species, whose presence in the country will be supported by bibliographic material, herbarium material or zoological collections. Objectives 1.2.1 General Objective To develop the first catalog of naturalized alien species or feral in Chile 1.2.2 Specific Objectives To develop the list of naturalized exotic species or feral in Chile, 12 species groups. Gather basic information for each feral naturalized or alien species that are listed. CONTACT INFORMATION: United Nations Development Programme - CHILE DAG HAMMARSKJÖLD 3241 - VITACURA - SANTIAGO TEL: (56) 1045 22654 Interested parties may download the rationale and background of this process by visiting the website: http: // operations. pnud.cl/Adquisiciones/ -Nº 059/2015

DESIGN AND PILOT FORESTRY ENVIRONMENTAL FUND (FFA) AS A TOOL OF FINANCIAL ARCHITECTURE OF THE NATIONAL STRATEGY OF CLIMATE CHANGE AND Plant Resources (ENCCRV) OF CHILE

United Nations Development Programme | Published November 10, 2015  -  Deadline December 10, 2015
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COUNTRY: Chile Funding source: GOVERNMENT OF CHILE PROJECT NUMBER: 93994 TITLE: "SUPPORT THE DESIGN OF A FOREST ENVIRONMENTAL FUND (FFA) AS A TOOL OF FINANCIAL ARCHITECTURE OF THE NATIONAL STRATEGY OF CLIMATE CHANGE AND Plant Resources (ENCCRV) OF CHILE "Business Sector: ENVIRONMENT PROPOSAL NUMBER: 263/2015 NAME OF THE PROPOSAL:" DESIGN AND PILOT FORESTRY ENVIRONMENTAL FUND (FFA) AS A TOOL OF FINANCIAL ARCHITECTURE OF THE NATIONAL STRATEGY OF CLIMATE CHANGE AND Plant Resources (ENCCRV) DE CHILE "DEADLINE: THURSDAY DECEMBER 10, 2015 until 18:00 hours. (Local time) Objectives 1.1 General Objective Taking into account the national and international scenarios related to the scope, design FFA has to comply with the range of applicable requirements (legal, institutional, social, etc.) [1], and maximize efficiency (reversed impact weight) and prospects for fundraising. 1.2 Specific Objectives (SO) Specific Objective 1: Designing a Forest Environmental Fund (FFA) as a tool for financial and operational architecture for implementation and payment of operating results of strategic mitigation and adaptation related ENCCRV integrating elements UNFCCC, the GCF and other relevant sources in the environmental context of climate change and national and international, public and private funding. The team in charge shall analyze, prepare reports and make recommendations for action to restore degraded native forest for the provision of water resources, and improving other environmental services are implemented. To strengthen the link with the theoretical framework of FFA and amplify the replicability of strategic options, the consultant team should consider in the design of the financial structure of FFA relevant aspects to be included in another 6 pilot projects running in parallel in the field. They are financed by the FCPF. They are funded willing to CONAF by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC). The sustainability strategy of targeted support is based on the wide dissemination of the results of the pilot with the decision makers in order to check the relevance and political will to implement a national FFA with a ratio of domestic resources allocated experiences law, to provide financial sustainability to several strategic options ENCCRV in the long run. Methodological Approach Initially, in implementing these activities, only it displayed the involvement of the ENCCRV might be positive in terms of delivering Indigenous Peoples and rural communities, greater financial resources, improving the biodiversity of their territories, improving spaces eco-religious and cultural importance by indicating some, however, a real potential damages on Indigenous Peoples and rural communities and their territories should be taken when reports of the participation process Social and Environmental Assessment Strategic approach is taken. The key link of the consulting team with indigenous social unit led by CONAF process safeguards the ENCCRV Affairs. The gender specialist within the CONAF will contact the proponent to provide guidelines CONAF on gender issues and ensure its implementation throughout this consultancy. Operating in territories where both drivers this specific field of consultancy projects are also under the supervision of the respective Regional Coordinator of Climate Change and Environmental Services CONAF run aspects. Regarding the ENCCRV, work a detailed analysis should consider permanently linking the activities and results of the various studies and projects, developing and executing the implementation period of this project led the UCCSA, in order to the design and implementation of the FFA appropriate, coherent and updated. To this synergy the consultant team should be in permanent contact with the UCCSA and leaders of the other teams that support CONAF in this area, and can count on the support of advisers UN-REDD. The proponent will have to propose a detailed plan for implementing the different activities listed in these terms of reference work plan.

DESIGN AND PILOT FORESTRY ENVIRONMENTAL FUND (FFA) AS A TOOL OF FINANCIAL ARCHITECTURE OF THE NATIONAL STRATEGY OF CLIMATE CHANGE AND Plant Resources (ENCCRV) OF CHILE

United Nations Development Programme | Published August 3, 2015  -  Deadline August 31, 2015
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COUNTRY: Chile Funding source: GOVERNMENT OF CHILE PROJECT NUMBER: 93994 TITLE: "SUPPORT THE DESIGN OF A FOREST ENVIRONMENTAL FUND (FFA) AS A TOOL OF FINANCIAL ARCHITECTURE OF THE NATIONAL STRATEGY OF CLIMATE CHANGE AND Plant Resources (ENCCRV) OF CHILE "Business Sector: ENVIRONMENT PROPOSAL NUMBER: 167/2015 NAME OF THE PROPOSAL:" DESIGN AND PILOT FORESTRY ENVIRONMENTAL FUND (FFA) AS A TOOL OF FINANCIAL ARCHITECTURE OF THE NATIONAL STRATEGY OF CLIMATE CHANGE AND Plant Resources (ENCCRV) DE CHILE "DEADLINE: MONDAY, AUGUST 31, 2015 until 18:00 hours. (Local time) Objectives 1.1) General Purpose Taking into account the national and international scenarios related to the scope, design FFA has to comply with the range of applicable requirements (legal, institutional, social, etc.) [1] and maximize efficiency (reversed impact weight) and prospects for fundraising. 1.2) Specific objectives (SO) Specific Objective 1: Validation of proposed before its pilot implementation mechanism: Designing a Forest Environmental Fund (FFA) as a tool for financial and operational architecture for implementation and payment of operating results of strategic mitigation activities and adaptation of ENCCRV integrating related elements of the UNFCCC, the GCF and other sources of financing national and international public or private important in the environmental context and climate change. The team in charge shall analyze, prepare reports and make recommendations for action to restore degraded native forest for the provision of water resources, and improving other environmental services are implemented. To strengthen the link with the theoretical framework of FFA and amplify the replicability of strategic options, the consultant team should consider in the design of the financial structure of FFA relevant aspects to be included in another 6 pilot projects running in parallel in the field. They are financed by the FCPF. They are funded willing to CONAF by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC). The sustainability strategy of targeted support is based on the wide dissemination of the results of the pilot with the decision makers in order to check the relevance and political will to implement a national FFA with a ratio of domestic resources allocated experiences law, to provide financial sustainability to several strategic options ENCCRV in the long run. Methodological Approach Initially, in implementing these activities, only it displayed the involvement of the ENCCRV might be positive in terms of delivering Indigenous Peoples and rural communities, greater financial resources, improving the biodiversity of their territories, improving spaces eco-religious and cultural importance by indicating some, however, a real potential damages on Indigenous Peoples and rural communities and their territories should be taken when reports of the participation process Social and Environmental Assessment Strategic approach is taken. The key link of the consulting team with indigenous social unit led by CONAF process safeguards the ENCCRV Affairs. The gender specialist within the CONAF will contact the proponent to provide guidelines CONAF on gender issues and ensure its implementation throughout this consultancy. Operating in territories where both drivers this specific field of consultancy projects are also under the supervision of the respective Regional Coordinator of Climate Change and Environmental Services CONAF run aspects. Regarding the ENCCRV, work a detailed analysis should consider permanently linking the activities and results of the various studies and projects, developing and executing the implementation period of this project led the UCCSA, in order to the design and implementation of the FFA appropriate, coherent and updated. To this synergy the consultant team should be in permanent contact with the UCCSA and leaders of the other teams that support CONAF in this area, and can count on the support of advisers UN-REDD. The proponent will have to propose a detailed work plan for the implementation of the diffe

RANGER TRAINING PROGRAM INSTRUCTORS AND RANGER EXECUTIVES FOR CERTIFICATION OF OCCUPATIONAL SKILLS

United Nations Development Programme | Published April 22, 2015  -  Deadline May 12, 2015
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COUNTRY: CHILE SOURCE OF FUNDING: GOVERNMENT OF CHILE PROJECT NUMBER: GEF No. 59602 TITLE: "CREATING A COMPREHENSIVE NATIONAL SYSTEM OF PROTECTED AREAS TO CHILE: FINANCIAL STRUCTURE AND OPERATIONAL" BUSINESS SECTOR: EDUCATION / ENVIRONMENT PROPOSAL NUMBER: 083 / 2015 NAME OF THE PROPOSAL: "RANGER TRAINING PROGRAM INSTRUCTORS AND RANGER EXECUTIVES FOR CERTIFICATION OF OCCUPATIONAL SKILLS" DEADLINE: TUESDAY 12 MAY 2015 UNTIL 18:00 HRS. (LOCAL TIME) 1. OBJECTIVES GENERAL OBJECTIVE To develop and implement a training program for 30 Ranger Instructors and Assessors of labor skills of their peers; Ranger 170 nationwide to level their knowledge and support them in the process of certification of job skills by CHILE VALUES, involving 30 instructors Rangers. The target audience are SNASPE Rangers. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES Develop an educational and evaluative design input and output line with the objectives and profile of participants, considering the levels set out in these Terms of Reference. Develop a curriculum for the training of trainers and assessors Ranger labor skills of their peers, along with CONAF and CHILEVALORA. Together with CONAF supported by CHILEVALORA, organize and deliver the training of trainers and assessors Ranger labor skills of their peers in Spanish language. Develop a curriculum Ranger Course nationally to leverage its expertise and support them in the process of certification of job skills, involving Ranger instructors. This support e-Learning is a platform Moodle 2.8 [1]. Develop a strategy for medium and long term that includes the commitment of CONAF to replicate the course Ranger nationally to leverage its expertise and support them in the process of certification of job skills, involving Ranger instructors. Evaluate the process performed externally collecting achievements, lessons learned and challenges, as well as internally, collecting the assessment of the participants themselves. 2. EXPECTED RESULTS The expected results of the Training Program Ranger Instructors and Rangers Executors for Certification of Occupational Competencies are the following: 30 trained rangers and certificates (understood as a certificate of foreground) as trainers and assessors work skills their peers. Ranger 170 nationally with leveling their knowledge and strengthened capacities for certification of job skills by CHILE VALUES. Strategy for Medium and Long Term used to leverage future CONAF the fruits of this training program as part of the process of certification of job skills for further development with the support of CHILEVALORA. Training materials (guides, manuals and / or supporting documents), results and evaluation analysis input and output (for all qualified rangers) and report to the systematization of results, lessons learned and recommendations arising from the process. 3. EXPECTED OF THE TECHNICAL PROPOSAL Any technical proposal to be submitted to solicitation shall include the following elements to enable a full assessment of the same: 3.1. Conceptual framework of the pedagogical proposal to implement. This methodological proposal differs according to the type of course that is delivered to instructors or to Rangers. 3.3. Preliminary proposal strategy Medium and Long Term to continue the training plan. It being understood that both courses have an important support e-Learning, developed in the corporate Platform CONAF in the field. The remaining (as) professionals who dictate contents will be evaluated according to Form No. 3 Evaluation of the Technical Proposal. The consultant shall not exceed the date of October 31 to complete for any reason. For these purposes, the format is attached to complete the program structure is proposed to develop for each of the courses (see Annex 1), where d
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