Expressions of Interest: Resource Development

AMRRIC (Animal Management in Rural and Remote Indigenous Communities Ltd) is an established, national not-for-profit organisation based in Darwin. Our small team of dedicated staff deliver a diverse range of programs covering community and animal health and welfare, education and training, academic research, strategic planning, and advocacy. We work with remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities to improve the health of their pets, helping to create healthier, safer, and happier communities.

AMRRIC is seeking Expressions of Interest from individuals/organisations with the capability and capacity to develop targeted education resources designed for AMRRIC’s specific education and training needs.

Key criteria for the role include:

  • Proven experience in designing and developing training resources for Vocational Education & Training (VET) in Indigenous audiences and remote settings.
  • Ability to meet the due diligence parameters required by AMRRIC.
  • Exceptional organisational skills and ability to work to deadlines.

 

The initial project is for the development of training resources for 2 nationally accredited units:

ACMINF304 Promote environmental health & safety for companion animals in remote communities

HLTPOP010 Monitor & maintain dog health in the community

AMRRIC requires the collaboration of individuals who have proven experience in the development of resources for remote Indigenous audiences and who can develop training resources that match the AQF framework requirements for the above units.  Development of resources needs to be in the context of limited English language, literacy and numeracy skills, and the requirement for kinaesthetic learning resources.  Required resources may include (but are not necessarily limited to) the following:

  1. Trainers Manual
  2. Trainee Manual
  3. Assessment tools
  4. PowerPoint resources
  5. Support resources: including animations/interactive learning tools etc as proposed by applicant.

This is the initial stage of resource development & AMRRIC envisages that further resources will be required in the future.

 To Apply:

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.
For further information or to obtain a copy of the Terms of Reference and Expression of Interest documents for this project please contact Angela Hammond on angela.hammond@amrric.org or 0429 987 848

Applications close 5PM, 22nd February 2021.

Frances Grant
Author: Frances Grant