CTG

Instructional Designer / Course Developer

CTG

Job Description

CTG stands for Committed To Good. With an ethical approach at the heart of all that we do, it is a description that makes us proud. Respect for the fundamental human rights of our staff, and those our staff encounter, is a cornerstone of our values. We strive for gender equality, inclusion and diversity, providing fair and equal opportunities for all. We take a zero tolerance approach to corruption and stay true to local labour laws and all local statutory requirements.

In operation since 2006, today we are honoured to serve clients in 15 fragile and conflict-affected states assisting with Disaster Relief, peace building, humanitarian aid and development programmes through our specialised recruitment, HR management and operational services.

Overview of position In June 2020, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Kia motors Libya branch (Kia) signed a cooperation agreement to promote the sustainable development goals (SDGs) in Libya by implementing joint sustainability program initiatives. UNDP will support Kia in three programmes: 1) Youth Talent Programme (YTP) in which a Learning Programme to train Libyan youth, including internally displaced people (IDPs) in several areas; 2) Behavioral Insights (BI) initiatives to reduce traffic-related accidents through behavioral change interventions; 3) improve Libyan lives through joint corporate social responsibility (CSR) programme. UNDP is working closely with Kia through UNDP Libya’s innovation unit, the UNDP Accelerator Lab Libya, to enact non-conventional innovative approaches. At the same time, Kia will provide its resources such as its learning materials, expertise, learning classrooms from its partner Impact Learning Center, and other teaching facilities.

Role objectives The main objectives of the first programme, the YTP, are to create courses and train youth across the country, including the IDPs, using conventional and/or online classrooms. Also, UNDP and Kia motors will cooperate for the discovery of the talents, in which UNDP will take into consideration the minimum required qualifications and standards pre-set by Kia motors.

The courses in particular are a set off auto mechanical Training Courses, focusing on electrical, engine and chassis systems of some Kia motors brands, account and sales management, information technologies, English and soft skills.

The instructional Designer/course developer expert has to work in Coordination with different experts, such as from Kia motors, Impact Learning Center and from other institutions to gather and Design learning materials and create several courses in English and Arabic. The list of courses and modules are as follows: Table 1: List of courses with their modules Certificate Course Modules KIA Service Training (Electrical) KIA Automotive Electrical Course Service Electrical Fundamentals Introduction to Multimeters Electrical Circuits Electrical Diagnosis Electrical Repairs Battery, Charging and Starting Systems Battery, Charging and Starting Systems APPLICATIONS Kia vehicle electrical, engine and chassis system AB New Model – Pegas AB Kappa 1.4 MPI Engine AB Chassis System 3. AB Body Electrical System BD New Model – Cerato Technical Highlight Smart Stream G 1.6 MPI New U 1.6 VGT Chassis General Drive Wise Body Electrical Electrical General QL New Model - Sportage QL Tech Highlight Dual Clutch Transmission Body Electrical Chassis General Information Electrical General Gamma 1.6 T-GDI Engine ISG (Idle Stop & Go) Nu 2.0 MPI R 2.0 VGT (Euro-6) ThetaⅡ 2.0 T-GDI improved Theta II 2.4 GDI Improved U2 1.7 VGT (Euro-6) Wireless Power Charger SP2i New Model - Seltos Technical Highlight Kappa 1.4 T-GDI Gamma 1.6 MPI U2 1.5 VGT Transmission Chassis General System Body Electrical System Electrical General System YB New Model - Rio Technical Highlight KAPPA 1.0 TGDI KAPPA MPI Engine(1.25/1.4) U2-1.4 WGT / 1.6 VGT Engine Chassis General Electrical General Body Electrical Key Account Management Key Account Management course Traits of a sales professional Win-win relationships Average V’s Sales Professional Exploding the myths of sales and account management Buyer psychology Psychology of closing Responding to the needs of decision makers at different levels Partner” decision makers to make more effective sales Sales Fundamentals Sales Development Program Giving Dynamite Presentations Great Sales People Communicate Effectively What is Cross Selling? What Is Selling? Understand who you Might be Meeting! Different Buyer Types Before the Meeting The First Impression & Establishing Trust….Fast! Finding the Issues Identifying Your Solution What Your Company has to Offer Talk Cost and Return Building Value Propositions Sales Management Managing a Winning Sales Team Roles and responsibilities of a Sales Manager Heading a team Communication Model – being an effective correspondent Effective meeting management How to deal with attitude problems? Performance Management and how to measure? Goals and Objectives Motivational techniques Sales abilities and skills Measuring performance Customer relationship management and its relevance to the sales force Soft Skills Soft Skills Communication Skills Digital Marketing Diploma Project Management Sales Skills Basic Team Leading Time Management Business Ethics Secretarial training and office management Customer Service Computer Skills Computer Skills IT Basic MS Excel basic MS Excel advanced ICDL Mini ICDL V5: International Computer Driving License Version 6.0 Word Processing Presentation Spreadsheets Web Browsing and Communication MS Project CompTIA Network+ MS Outlook MS PowerPoint General English Diploma General English (4 levels) Level 1 - Introductory Level 2 - Introductory Level 3 - Introductory Level 4 - Elementary General English-Speaking Course Level 4 General English Diploma Beginner (A) Level - Beginner Level - Elementary Level – Pre Intermediate Level – Intermediate Level – Upper Intermediate 3 - Deliverables: The following are the key deliverables expected during and towards the end of the assignment: Expected Output/ Phase Activity Payment and approvals upon completion Estimate Activity Durations Phase 1 Liaise with experts from Kia motors, Impact learning center and other institutions. Gather learning materials such as presentations and videos. Create learning materials such as videos through the help of experts (if applicable). Everything in accordance with UNDP and Kia.

Learning materials for 15 courses.

Translate the materials into Arabic (if applicable).

21 working days Phase 2 Design and develop courses (online using learning Management Systems such as Moodle) 8 certificates.

15 courses in total.

Several modules for each course (see Table 1).

Test the e-learning platform.

42 working days Phase 3 Monitor and maintain the online courses Maintenance of the e-learning platform for the duration of 3-months.

63 working days Project reporting Reporting to the Project Manager Key competencies Education: University degree in education, Computer Science, instructional design, educational technology or similar relevant field Experience: • Previous working experience in instructional design or related field for at least 3 years • In-depth knowledge of learning theories and instructional design models • Lesson and curriculum planning • Knowledge of learning management systems such as Moodle • Ability to write effective copy, instructional text, audio and video scripts • Basic programming knowledge (e.g. HTML, CSS) • Visual design skills (Dreamweaver, Photoshop, Illustrator) Language requirements: Fluency in both written and spoken English and Arabic are essential.

Team management This field does not require management field Further information Evaluation Criteria: Criteria Weight Max Point Technical Competencies 70 Education: University degree in education, computer science, instructional design, educational technology or similar relevant field 15 Experience: Previous working experience in instructional design or related field for at least 3 years In-depth knowledge of learning theories and instructional design models Lesson and curriculum planning Knowledge of learning management systems such as Moodle Ability to write effective copy, instructional text, audio and video scripts Basic programming knowledge (e.g. HTML, CSS) Visual design skills (Dreamweaver, Photoshop, Illustrator 45 Fluency in both written and spoken English and Arabic are essential. 10
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