Pakistan Youth Leadership Initiative (PYLI) project- Master Facilitators
Trainers / facilitators who are interested in participating in PYLI-Training of Master Facilitators (TOMF) are invited to submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) to the British Council.
|Wednesday, 31 January 2024
The British Council Pakistan is launching a new youth leadership project called Pakistan Youth Leadership Initiative (PYLI). It is a three-year project led by British Council Pakistan in partnership with Government’s Prime Minister’s Youth Development Programme, Higher Education Commission (HEC), local CSOs and public universities. The project is co-funded by Qatar based Education Above All Foundation’s programme “Reach Out to Asia”.
The project will train 90,000 youth from universities and communities in the Global Citizenship Education , leadership, and Climate Action curriculum. These youth will then go out to their communities to carry out Youth Led Climate Actions (YLAs), be involved in policy dialogue and advocacy, participate in national and international climate events, and showcase their successful projects.
Key Responsibilities of the facilitator include:
- Develop and agree training plan for the British Council – PYLI programme with British Council Pakistan
- Facilitate a minimum of four trainings (each training is of 5-days) per annum during April 2024 – December 2026 with British Council partner organisations in Pakistan.
For more information please download the role profile for this job below.
How to apply
26 February 2024 to 01 March 2024 is the scheduled week for the five-day Master Facilitator Training.
Please submit the following as part of your EOI by Wednesday, January 31, 2024 via email to email@example.com
Your submissions should include following documents:
- Complete Application Form (Download below)
- Updated CV