Subject Matter Expert for The Development Course Contents of SP4N LAPOR! eLearning Platform

United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)



United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

Subject Matter Expert for The Development Course Contents of SP4N LAPOR! eLearning Platform

 

Background

The Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Indonesia are initiating a collaboration with the Ministry of Administrative and Bureaucratic Reform (KemenPAN-RB) to strengthen the capacity of Indonesia’s e-Governance by enhancing the national complaint handling system, SP4N-LAPOR!. Since 2017, KOICA and UNDP have held extensive discussions with various stakeholders including the Government of Indonesia (GoI), mainly the Executive Office of the President (KSP), KemenPAN-RB, and Republic of Indonesia’s Ombudsman Office (ORI). Subnational governments, such as the Special Region of Yogyakarta Province, West Sumatra province, Bali province, Badung regency of Bali province, Tangerang Regency, and Sleman regency of DIY province, are also key stakeholders involved in the project. SP4N-LAPOR! was developed as an online complaint handling system to increase civic participation in the monitoring of government performance, programme, and provision of public services.

 

LAPOR is an online citizen complaints management system that has was designed to increase public participation in the supervision of programs and government performance as well as the provision of public service s. LAPOR! is an integrated online system that is easily accessible through various online platforms including: 1) text messaging 1708 (based on Indonesia’s Independence day on 17 August), 2) mobile application (LAPOR!) on Android and IOS still under development, (3) the internet (www.lapor.go.id), 4) Facebook (facebook.com/Layanan Pengaduan Online Rakyat), 5) Twitter (@LAPOR1708 or #LAPOR), 6) YouTube (@LAPOR1708), and 7) Instagram (@LAPOR1708).

Through these online platforms, citizens can submit their petitions and complaints to bring forth issues internally or in service provision and in highlighting existing challenges. The Ministry of Administrative and Bureaucratic Reforms (KemenPAN-RB) is the responsible agency for the management of daily operations and administration of LAPOR!. Up to 2018, LAPOR had attracted more than 798.711 users and continues to receive, on average, 570 daily reports through the platform. To this end, LAPOR! has become the forerunner of national integrated complaints management systems.

Currently, under President Joko Widodo (Jokowi), LAPOR! is still a cornerstone for complaints handling with KemenPAN-RB, Executive Staff Office (Kantor Staf Presiden/KSP), and Ombudsman of Republic of Indonesia (ORI) as the national partners of the system. In 2016, LAPOR! was defined as the National Public Service Complaints Management System (SP4N: Sistem Pengelolaan Pengaduan Pelayanan Publik Nasional) based on KemenPAN-RB regulation No.3/2015 which it has been revised kemenPAN-RB regulation number 62/2018 which led to the Presidential Regulation No.76/2013 on the management of public complaints within public services. Together, KemenPAN-RB, ORI, and KSP have been managing LAPOR! after the signing of Joint Memorandum of Understanding in March 2016 on the utilization of LAPOR! as SP4N.

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Indonesia is collaborating on a new programme with the Korean International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) to support the Government of Indonesia in strengthening the capacity of government to handle civil petitions that can improve public service provision over time. In doing so, UNDP and KOICA established a tripartite collaboration with KemenPAN-RB to develop a comprehensive and integrated national strategy on the public service complaint management system. This joint collaboration is also intended to capacitate respective agencies responsible for the management and operation of LAPOR!.

The program aims to enhance the e-governance system in the government of Indonesia by strengthening of the national complaint handling system (SP4N-LAPOR!). In achieving the objective, there are three main outputs that expected to be achieved: 1) developed masterplan and roadmap for a comprehensive national complaint handling system (SP4N-LAPOR!); 2) Enhanced institutional capacity on complaint handling of national and subnational governments through invitational and local trainings; and 3) Increased government and public awareness on SP4N-LAPOR!, and citizen participation to improve the system, with particular attention to women, youth, Persons with Disabilities (PwDs) and other marginalized groups of the population through Workshops and Promotions. This project will conduct benchmarking with other e-governance success stories to accommodate public complaint and aspiration to improve the quality of public service, such as E-People in the Republic of Korea.

In line with the project’s activity, UNDP intends to facilitate technical training for operation personel, middle management and policy makers. Earlier this year, four modules has been completed to enrich the contents, materials and be referred as teaching guidance and instruction to set certain standard of each target learners. Utilizing the modules, the selected service provider expects to deliver series of trainings to increase the capacity of institutions through virtual modality. The training will invite the implementing partners such as KemenPAN-RB, KSP and ORI, relevant stakeholders such as Kominfo (Ministry of Communication and Technology), Kemendagri (Ministry of Home Affair) and 6 pilot locations

 

Context of This Assignment

In this assignment, the consultant will responsible to ensure quality assurance of produced materials in respect of understanding, analyzing, structuring, creation, revision, (re)designing of content’s duration, levels and outcomes. The contents should help users in efficient learning, recreating, and sustaining interest in topics. The topic in the e-learning modules should be identified and the content should cover an effective blend of instructional design, intuitive graphics, engaging animation, interactive contents and quizzes.

The learning platform is expected to be a community-based one-stop portal for training and development, knowledge management and information sharing, where learning program, content and materials can be delivered in various formats. In total there will be 3 types of modules targeting each participant e.g. operators, middle management and policy maker. The modules supposedly applicable and be a referenced to national SP4N-LAPOR management. The design and construction of e-learning platform shall consider and refer to the existing documents such as SP4N-LAPOR! roadmap 2020-2024 and accommodate request from stakeholders during the preproduction stage.

In support this assignment, UNDP seeks the development of 3 compelling and interactive online learning modules course using our existing references. This course is meant for whole SP4N-LAPOR related management and staff, designed to be carried out through series of modules delivered in a self-paced format. The contents should cover 3 modules (module for policy makers, middle management and operation) consists of 10 session. Duration for each session approximately 40 minutes all inclusive including infographics, presentation/slide, assessment, reference materials, video and etc. Each session should be equipped with at least 1 video (duration 3-5 minutes) of selected resource person or experts in respective fields.

 

Key points to note:

The purposed of this assignment is to deliver this training (materials) to large number of SP4N-LAPOR related management and staff who are geographically dispersed
The consultant is expected to work and coordinate with UNDP’s vendor for developing the system and course contents exclusively with instructional design and content writers, which helping them to ensure the quality of training contents and materials
All the stakeholders and UNDP will be involved in giving feedbacks to defined storylines or scenarios and will need to be interspersed with quizzes, information nuggets and case studies to enhance the learning experience

 

Duties and Responsibilities

Scope of Work

For this purpose, the selected consultant is required to coordinate, collaborate and engage with the Administrative and Bureaucratic Reforms (KemenPAN-RB), and other SP4N-LAPOR! Leading institutions as required, as well as with SP4N-LAPOR! Project through UNDP Indonesia (SP4N-LAPOR! PMU) as lead/coordinating Agency in Indonesia, for providing review to the Consultant’s outputs.

Under the direct supervision of National Project Manager of SP4N-LAPOR!, overall objective of this consultancy service is to support the development of course contents for SP4N-LAPOR eLearning and to ensure sustainable skills, knowledge transfer and promote SP4N-LAPOR best practice to a large number of SP4N-LAPOR’s management:

Technical support for creation of high-quality contents and materials for effective learning journey
Coordinate and liaise with instructional designer to develop comprehensive training materials including research, review, and recommend to add or exclude information to course contents and ensure that the curriculum and modules is accurate
Redesign and or improve the existing training material to be fitted into training course material and align learning objectives, activity or assessment are effective for each course. Also to verify that generated content is in accordance with the standard’s requirement; reviewing and proofreading generated contents;
Determine type of assessments throughout the courses for interactive learning experience include to provide input for the design and construction of test cases and scenarios, and may also validate executed test results
Support the e-learning processes and procedures, and communicate the contexts in which the rules, processes and polices are applied
Providing a proper understanding of the compelling content to produce the most effective e-learning modules
Coordinate with platform designer to develop the e-learning modules that meet the content requirements
According to the scope of work above, the major outputs for this assignment will be:

Detailed workplans and an inception report including findings on:
Background, objective, output, and methodology.
Preparatory activity (understanding what learners needs), course design concept, pedagogic framework, learning attribute/approaches (supporting managerial learning)
Overall outline of the course, based on review of existing materials
Co- developed storyboards for each course modules including storyline for video presentation, exercises, any other related training materials together with UNDP’s eLearning vendor
Delivery and review of Alpha level modules (including all the interactive contents and materials and different type of exercise)
Validation of Beta modules (including all the interactive contents and materials and different type of exercise)
Delivery of completed modules (including all the interactive contents and materials and different type of exercise

 

Competencies

Competencies and skill requirements

Sound familiarity with government administrative procedure and mechanism, public service management, and public complaint handling management.
Fluency in English with excellent communication and writing skills.
Strong motivation & ability to work & deliver under short deadlines.
Focuses on impact & result for the client & responds positively to critical feedback.
Able to work independently with little or no supervision.
Previous experience in conducting gender sensitive research is strongly desired.

 

Required Skills and Experience

Academic Qualifications

Master’s degree or bachelor degree in law, public policy, public administration/management, development studies and any other related subject.

five years’ experience for master or bachelor with 7 years experience in developing training curriculums and modules on subject of public administration, transparency & open government sector, public management and or service and any related subjects
Experience in creating and developing a relevant and engaging contents for wide range of products such as online learning modules, live classes, survey, online training
Experience in technological platform is an advantage
Experience working with the Government of Indonesia.
Experience working with International Organization will be an advantage.

 

How to Apply:

Interest candidate has to access procurement notice Ref.: IC/UNDP/SP4N-LAPOR/034/2022 – Subject Matter Expert for The Development Course Contents of SP4N LAPOR! eLearning Platform following link: https://procurement-notices.undp.org/view_notice.cfm?notice_id=90335

We encourage you to submit your application through this website and send the complete application to [email protected] (only application with complete supporting document received in [email protected] before or at the closing date will be proceed).

 


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