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Learning simulation and game-based training tools

The United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS)

Deadline Oct.9

Objective: UNOPS offers a holistic approach to learning including professional and leadership development opportunities. These are delivered primarily in the format of blended learning journeys and virtual instructor led (VILT) training. One of the key elements of our learning journey model is the integration of dynamic tools for experiential learning to complement traditional theory-based content. UNOPS is seeking to select and contract a provider for supply of expertise and delivery of learning simulations and game-based training tools. As a result of this tender, UNOPS expects to select one or up to three providers to establish individual Blanket Purchase Agreements to ensure coverage of thematic areas and best quality in those areas in terms of user experience and/or delivery methodologies.

Requirement and Specifications

●             UNOPS is interested in learning simulations and game-based training tools in the following thematic areas such as business acumen, project management, change management, stakeholder management, leadership, among others.

●             Simulation product is ready off-the-shelf and has been used/tested previously by at least one organization or company

●             The learning simulation and game-based training tool products must be available in at minimum a virtual format, if they are not available in both virtual and face to face formats.

●             The products must include a related facilitation component to debrief the learning content and relate it back to the relevant participant / organizational context.

●             The products should be available in an off the shelf version but with the potential for customization to UNOPS context if needed.

●             The simulations are to be used as either a one-off event or as one component in the framework of another programme.

●             Learning content must be available in English, and ideally some of the content (if not all) in French and Spanish. Resources available in other languages are highly appreciated.

●             The provider should be able to provide the facilitation of the simulation (at minimum in English, possibility of facilitation in French and Spanish is an asset) and/or train internal resources to facilitate it.

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