Consultancy Services to offer Specialised Training in Support of the Mount Elgon Labour – based training centre (MELTC)
The Ministry of Works and Transport has received funds from the Government of Uganda (Financing of the Busega – Mpigi and Kagitumba – Kayonza – Rusumo roads Project funded by the African Development Bank Group on Institutional Support and Capacity Building of the staff of Ministry of Works and Transport) and has allocated the funds to be used for the Procurement of Individual Consultants to offer Specialised Training in Support of the Mount Elgon Labour – Based Training Centre (MELTC)” Government has invested heavily over the years in the road sector through improvements, upgrading, rehabilitation and maintenance interventions. Roads therefore represent a signifi cant asset and investment of Government that requires dedicated and committed efforts to preserve.
In order to do this, it is necessary to continuously enhance the technical capacity of the practitioners in the road sector, especially the staff of the MoWT, with the latest knowledge and skills in road management and development in order to ensure effi cient and effective resource allocation and utilization in other road agencies under its supervision.
The Ministry of Works and Transport (MoWT) now invites eligible Individual Consultants to indicate their interest in providing the services. Interested individual consultants should submit their Expression of Interest (EOI) which should include; capability statement detailing general qualifications, adequacy for the assignment, illustrated personal experience in similar assignments and conditions, certified copies of academic certifi cates, brochures, and professional referees.
A Masters degree is a must in all the relevant fi elds. The individual consultants must also possess Professional Certifi cations in relevant fi elds of; Bridge Management, Rural roads Management, Project Management, Highway Management or any related science area. Internationally acceptable accreditations to professional institutions are also a MUST.
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