Call for Expression of Interest: SIYB National Expert to Conduct Training of Trainers on SIYB adapted to the Philippines

Under the Safety + Health for All flagship programme, the International Labour Organization (ILO), through its Country Office for the Philippines, is implementing the project “Bringing Back Jobs Safely Under the COVID 19 Crisis in the Philippines: Rebooting Small and Informal Businesses Safely and Digitally”, with the support of the Government of Japan. The project duration is from 15 June 2021 to 31 March 2023.

This assignment calls for a lead National SIYB Trainer to prepare and conduct a series of Training of Trainers, and support the rollout of the SIYB programme to the project’s target beneficiaries through the newly trained trainers including providing assistance in the certification process of potential and capable candidates. The ILO may opt to get more than one expert for this engagement.

Interested female and male candidates must submit a Letter of Intent expressing willingness and availability to take on the assignment, including an indication of the applicable daily rate, with enclosed Curriculum Vitae showing how the qualification requirements in this ToR are met. The documents must be submitted to Ms. Tonilyn Lim, Chief Technical Adviser, for the project “Bringing back jobs safely under the COVID-19 crisis in the Philippines: Rebooting small and informal businesses safely and digitally” at, with copy to Mr. Jayson Umaguing at, Programme and Administrative Assistant, on or before 15 August 2022, 5:30 pm (Manila Time). Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for the final selection.

For complete details of this consultancy, please refer to the attached Terms of Reference in PDF file.