Call for Proposals 83414927

Preparation and Implementation of the Digital and Future Skills National Conference

The GIZ’s Digital Skills for Jobs and Income (DS4JI) aims to increase the employment prospects of young people, especially women, in an increasingly digitalized South African economy. The project supports the improvement of employability of young people through a comprehensive approach that supports digital skilling initiatives, assists SME’s to improve hiring practices and improves stakeholder engagement. The project is supported by DS4JI’s political partner Department of Communications and Digital Technologies (DCDT).

As part of the DS4JI’s effort to improve networking and exchange among stakeholders and in alignment with DCDT’s National Digital and Future Skills Strategy aim to drive a massive awareness campaign on the critical importance of digital skills, the project supports DCDT with the organization and implementation of a National Conference on Digital and Future Skills.

DS4JI seeks the services of a highly skilled and competent service provider with extensive knowledge in organizing and successfully implementing high-level events of national scale.

Companies with a history and a proven track record are encouraged to apply to provide the following services:

Assist with conference preparations, in particular to contract and allot a suitable conference venue in eThekwini Metropolitan Municipality, Kwa-Zulu Natal; support programme development; prepare a conference webpage; develop and distribute communication material; register and manage participants; manage travel and accommodation logistics.

Successfully implement conference (two days, mid-November), including venue setting; delegation management; catering and refreshments; media and communication management and organisation of gala dinner.

Post-conference activities, including evaluation and reflection of conference implementation.

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Quote Ref in Email Subject Line: 83414927

Due date: 29 August 2022

Late submissions will not be accepted.