Education Reform Initiative of SEE seeks experts for renewable energy services in education, training

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December 21, 2023



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December 21, 2023



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The Education Reform Initiative of South Eastern Europe (ERI SEE) Secretariat has launched an open call for external experts for the Renewable Energy Services in Education and Training (RESET) project.

The ERI SEE Secretariat intends to identify adequate experts with relevant expertise in renewable energy and education and training to be potentially included in the implementation of the RESET project.

The RESET project is funded by German development agency GIZ (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit). It is part of a bigger project – Green Agenda: Decarbonization of the electricity sector in the Western Balkans.

The economies participating in RESET are Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo*, Montenegro, North Macedonia and Serbia. The working language of the project is English, but the knowledge of WB6 languages is an asset.

The expert’s fee is going to be agreed upon between the expert or experts and ERI SEE

The call will be open throughout the RESET project, from December 20, 2023, till September 30, 2025, the secretariat stressed.

The call is open to individual consultants, experts and consulting companies, and there is no restriction related to the country of origin.

The categories of external experts to which this open call refers to include:

  1. External experts on renewable energy
  2. External experts on education and training connected to renewable energy sector
  3. External experts in the development of the learning content within the renewable energy sector
  4. External expert moderators and facilitators
  5. External experts in gender equity
  6. External experts in social sustainability
  7. External moderators-coordinators of national events
  8. Translators and lectors
  9. Communication experts.

Specific terms of reference for each category of experts, the application procedure and selection process, and the application documentation can be found in the open call.

According to the document, the expert’s fee is going to be agreed upon between the expert or experts and ERI SEE. Envisaged maximum total budget for external experts, as defined by the RESET budget, is EUR 35.400, the document reads.

ERI SEE was established in 2010

The Education Reform Initiative of South Eastern Europe is a regional platform for cooperation in education and training.

ERI SEE was established as an international organization on June 5, 2010, with a memorandum of understanding signed in Brdo, Slovenia.

It supports sustainable education reforms and aims to foster shared European standards for rapid integration of its members into a wider European area of education, according to the open call.

Members of ERI SEE are signatory parties and acceding parties to the 2010 Brdo MoU: Albania, BiH, Croatia, North Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro and Serbia.

Kosovo* participates in ERI SEE’s activities as an associated partner.

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