Application Deadline: 17th September 2018:
Call for proposals for individuals or organisations to deliver a skills programme in Kenya
Opportunity for individuals or organisations to deliver a skills assessment and programme in Kenya as part
the British Council’s Cultural Heritage for Inclusive Growth programme
We are looking for individuals or organisations with a demonstrable track-record in devising and delivering skills programmes to:
- Provide an in-depth assessment of the skills needs in the cultural heritage sector in Kenya (e.g. museums, archives and libraries).
- Design and deliver a pilot skills programme (informed by the initial assessment).
- Focusing on inventory, archiving and curating skills to ‘tell our own stories’, the programme should offer skills and knowledge to at least 300 cultural and creative professionals, young people, and those who seek cultural heritage as their career.
Trainings will take place both within and outwith Nairobi.
We are seeking a collaboration between the UK and Kenya, with representatives from both countries taking part in the assessment and the design and delivery of the skills programme.
This opportunity is open to individuals or organisations in the UK and/or Kenya with a demonstrable track-record in devising and delivering skills programmes.
We are seeking partnership applications from UK and Kenyan individuals/organisations. We will also accept applications from individuals/organisations from either the UK or Kenya, but applicants must be prepared to be partnered with an individual/organisation in the respective country by the British Council.
Applicants must have a demonstrable track-record in devising and delivering skills programmes which include inventory, archiving, curating and storytelling to benefit all levels of society.
Applicants with international experience will be prioritised.