Australian Registered Training Organisation - Developing Customised Course Content to be Offered on Indonesian Digital Platforms
About the Engagement
The selected Australian Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) will have the opportunity to partner with Indonesian digital businesses to be able to upskill Indonesia’s workforce at an acceptable price point and at scale. The RTOs will develop course content that is customised to the demands of Indonesian digital platforms and their customer base, ranging from corporate clients to individuals in the workforce. The developed courses shall address skills needs in tourism and hospitality, health, digital economy, manufacturing, and agriculture, subject to expansion.
The Governments of Indonesia and Australia have entered into the Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IA-CEPA), creating a framework to unlock the vast potential of the bilateral economic relationship. To support this ambition, the IA-CEPA includes a new program – IA-CEPA ECP Katalis (Katalis). The primary objective of Katalis is to ensure the efficient and effective implementation of IA-CEPA to increase two-way trade and investment that is broad- based and inclusive
Overview of the Project:
Katalis has identified an opportunity for Australian RTOs to onboard to Indonesian digital platforms, supporting them to diversify their service offerings. Katalis is brokering partnerships between Indonesian digital platforms (‘Beneficiary’) and a number of Australian RTOs to be able to upskill Indonesia’s workforce at an acceptable price point and at scale. The selected RTOs will develop course content that is customised to the demands of the Beneficiary’s customer base, ranging from corporate clients to individuals. The detail of the course requirements is subject to further negotiation with the Beneficiary and/or its customers’ needs and is based on further market research. The developed course content will then be able to be offered on and sold via digital platforms.
Requirements for the RFT:
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About the Firm/Company:
This assignment will be awarded to Australian RTOs, listed on the Australian national register with an excellent track record of micro-credential and/or short course development, offshore delivery, as well as knowledge of Indonesian industry skills needs in specified sectors (tourism and hospitality, health, digital economy, manufacturing, and agriculture).
How to respond?
We welcome your interest in joining the Katalis program. Please click ‘apply’ and submit an electronic copy of the bidding documents as required in the RFT. Kindly note that submission of a late, incomplete or non-compliant set of required documents may result in the tender being rejected.
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Registration on Interest
Interested tenderers must submit by email their interest to participate in this opportunity by Tuesday, 4 October 2022. By registering your interest at firstname.lastname@example.org, we will provide you with additional information about the program, scope of work, and respond to your queries to help complete your bid. Zoom link and the time will be confirmed following tender submissions but will be held in the first week of October 2022
If you have any questions regarding the RFT, please submit your queries to email@example.com by Tuesday, 4 October 2022 at 17.00 (Jakarta time).
Final Applications must be submitted firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Wednesday, 19 October 2022 at 23.59 (Jakarta time)
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