TCTP on Vocational Rehabilitation for Persons with Disabilitie
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The Government of the Republic of Indonesia will conduct the Course with support of technical cooperation scheme of the Government of Japan. The course will be held once a year from Japanese Fiscal Year (JFY) 2006 until 2010 subject to annual consultation between both Government. The third course will be implemented from June 15th to July 24th, 2010. This course will be implemented at National Vocational Rehabilitation Center (NVRC) Cibinong Bogor, West Java.

The Government of the Republic of Indonesia will conduct the Course with support of technical cooperation scheme of the Government of Japan. The course will be held once a year from Japanese Fiscal Year (JFY) 2006 until 2010 subject to annual consultation between both Government. The third course will be implemented from June 15th to July 24th, 2010. This course will be implemented at National Vocational Rehabilitation Center (NVRC) Cibinong Bogor, West Java.

The National Vocational Rehabilitation Center (NVRC) Cibinong was established in 1998 as a token of friendship and cooperation between the Government of Indonesia (Ministry of Social Affairs) and the Government of Japan (Japan International Cooperation Agency/JICA).

The purpose of NVRC is to develop and improve a vocational rehabilitation system in Indonesia in order to promote persons with disabilities to become independent socially and economically by obtaining employment.

NVRC has served 1200 persons with disabilities (PWD’s) since 1997 and more over 717 persons had been worked in formal and informal sectors. More over, besides promoting vocational rehabilitation as well as improving the quality of services, The NVRC conducts research related to vocational rehabilitation and engages staff training.

Starting from 2006, NVRC is given the honor of hosting a Third Country Training Program (TCTP) which will be attended by sixteen participants from Asia, Pacific and Africa countries.

 

 

Title

The course will be entitled: The Third Country Training Program on Vocational Rehabilitation for Persons with Disabilities (Third Course).

Purpose

The Purpose of the course is to provide the participants from developing countries with necessary knowledge and appropriate technique in the field of vocational rehabilitation for persons with disabilities (PWD’s).

 

Objectives

At the end of the Course, the participants are expected to have:

  • Developed capacity building necessary in the field of management and technical implementation of social and vocational rehabilitation in third countries;
  • Promoted mutual understanding and solidarity among developing  countries;
  • Have an understanding on current situation of social and vocational rehabilitation services for persons with disabilities in Indonesia;
  • Exchanged ideas, information and experience among themselves related to social and vocational rehabilitation for persons with disabilities;
  • Improved the knowledge and skill of participants as well as to develop ability to solve common problem faced by developing countries;
  • Enhanced social welfare condition of persons with disabilities through developing system of rehabilitation services encompasses medical, psychological, social and vocational aspects;
  • Strengthened a good cooperation and solid relationship between Indonesia and Asia, Pacific and Africa countries also among the participants.

 

Organization of the Course

 

The course is sponsored by the Government of the Republic of Indonesia under the Third Country Training Program (TCTP) in cooperation with the Government of Japan through Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), under the Framework of South South Cooperation. The Government of the Republic of Indonesia  designated The National Vocational Rehabilitation Center  (NVRC) for implementing of the course.

 

Duration

The training course will be conducted for six (6) weeks, from June 15th to July 27th, 2010.

 

Curriculum

The curriculum of the course is shown in Annex-1.

 

Language

The course will be conducted in English.

 

Number of Participants

The number of participants from each invited country is maximum 3 (three), and the total number of participants from the invited countries shall not exceed sixteen (16) in total.

 

Qualifications for Applicants

Applicants for the Course are:

  1. Highly interested in the field of Vocational Rehabilitation for Persons with Disabilities
  2. To be nominated by their respective Governments in accordance with the procedure mentioned in the following section.
  3. To have at least diploma/equivalent level of academic background and the person in charge of a section head level;
  4. To have at least 2 (two) years of actual working experience/responsible in the field of social/vocational rehabilitation for persons with disabilities.
  5. To be under forty-five (45) years of age;
  6. To have good command of spoken and written English;
  7. To be the citizen of invited countries;
  8. To be in good health (proved by Medical Record) in order to complete the course (as the course involves field activities, pregnancy regarded as disqualified;
  9. Due to limited provision of accessibility for persons with disabilities (PWD’s) on NVRC, PWD’s who apply to be participants should be person who are using wheel chair or crutches (if any);

10. Not to be serving in military;

11. He/she is never participated in same title of the Indonesian training course.

 

 

Application Procedure

  1. A Government applying for the Course on behalf of its nominee(s) shall forward two (2) copies of the prescribed application form for each nominee to the Government of the Republic of Indonesia through diplomatic channels not later than April 30th, 2010.
  2. The Government of the Republic of Indonesia will inform the applying Governments, through diplomatic channels, whether or not the applicant(s) is/are accepted to the Course not later than May 10th, 2010.

 

Submission of Inception Report

For the purpose of the facilitating the discussion in the course, each participants is required to prepare an Inception Report/ Country Report. Two copies of the report should be submitted to the organizing committee at the beginning of the course.

 

Institution and Facilities

The Course will be implemented by the National Vocational Rehabilitation Center (NVRC), Ministry of Social Affairs.

NVRC is the technical implementation unit in the field of vocational rehabilitation for persons with disabilities, under Directorate General of Social Rehabilitation and Services, Ministry of Social Affairs.

Address    :  Jl. SKB No. 5 Karadenan, Cibinong, Bogor,

West Java Indonesia.

Telephone:  +62 – 251 – 8654702, 865705

Fax            :  +62 – 251 - 8654701

Website   :   www.bbrvbd.go.id

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Financial and Administrative Arrangements

  1. Expenses to be borne by the Government of the Republic of Indonesia and the Government of Japan through JICA:
  • Cost of training facilities,
  • Administrative and organizational.
  • Honoraria of internal lecturers.
  • Economy class air ticket for participants between the designated international airport.
  • Living allowance (based on standard living cost in Indonesia), transportation, study tour, health insurance, training materials and other costs related to the course;
  • Honoraria for external lecturers;
  • Cost of printing, translation and consumptive material supplies.
  1. Expenses to be borne by the Participating Countries:
  • All incidental expenses in the home country to travel abroad, including expenditure for passport, visas, medical examinations and other miscellaneous items as well as travel to and from the airport of departure in the home country;
  • Salary and other benefits for the participants during the program.
  1. The Government of the Republic of Indonesia and the Government of Japan will not be responsible for the following:
  • Lost and damage to personal property of participants while attending the program,
  • Purchase of personal belonging and compensation of personal damage caused by climatic or other conditions,
  • Excess baggage fee,
  • Any expenses/cost incurred in their home countries,
  • Expenses of sending or bringing of the course materials to or from the home countries of participants.

 

Certificate

Participants who have successfully completed the course and submitted an inception report/country report will be awarded a certificate.

 

Entry Formalities for Immigration

Participants are required to obtain a visa to cover the duration of the course. Taking notice or their acceptance, participants should apply for a visa through the Indonesian Embassy in their respective countries. For those participants coming from countries where there is no Indonesian Embassy the visa will be issued by the designated Indonesian Embassy.

 

 

Clothing

Dress is normally casual in Indonesia and light clothing is advisable for the hot and humid climate. A jacket and tie are required only for formal occasions or when making official calls. National dress of visitors from abroad is naturally suitable. For the purpose of traveling to mountain areas, a light sweater or jacket is recommended. Batik shirts are popular for the informal parties and social events. In attending class, participant should wear a formal clothes, collar-shirt and pants are recommended.

 

Health

  1. An internationally valid certificate for smallpox, cholera and yellow fever is required only for traveler coming from infected areas.
  2. Medical insurance is provided for each participant and will be arrange for the whole duration of the course by JICA Indonesia Office.

 

Other Information

  1. The definite date of departure of each participant to Indonesia will be informed by organizing committee based upon the confirmed air ticket.
  2. On arrival at Jakarta, Indonesian official concerned will meet participants.
  3. Not to bring any member of participants families.
  4. Participants should bring two pieces of national flag mini (8 X 12 cm) and the middle sizes (80 X 120 cm).
  5. Participants are suggested to bring notebook (laptop) for the expedite of training implementation.

 


ANNEX I

Tentative Curriculum

No.

TITLE

HOURS

A. BASIC SUBJECTS

51

1.

Ministry of Social Affairs Policy and Program on Social and Vocational Rehabilitation for Persons with Disabilities

3

2.

Ministry of Manpower and Transmigration Policy on empowering Persons with Disabilities

3

3.

Ministry of Education Policy on Educational Rehabilitation for Persons with Disabilities

3

4.

Ministry of Health Policy on Medical Rehabilitation  for Persons with Disabilities

3

5.

Social Rehabilitation Services Program for Persons with Disabilities

3

6.

Vocational Rehabilitation Services Program for Persons with Disabilities in NVRC

4

7.

Inception Report/Country Report Presentation

16

8.

Group dynamic (out bound)

16

 

 

 

B. MAIN SUBJECTS

159

1.

Vocational Rehabilitation System on Indonesia

3

2.

Vocational Evaluation

4

3.

Physical Assessment

4

4.

Psychological Assessment

4

5.

Social Assessment

2

6.

Vocational Assessment

4

7.

Case Management

3

8.

Vocational Counceling

2

9.

Vocational Guidance

2

10.

Case Conference

3

11.

Vocational Training

4

12.

Placement

3

13.

Sheltered workshop

2

14.

After care

2

15.

Social Marketing for PWD’s and product.

3

16.

Arrangement of Program: Curriculum Based Training (CBT)*

 

17.

Achievement Motivation Training (AMT)*

3

18.

Work Safety and Occupational  Health (Prof. Makmur)

2

19.

Human Resources Development Management for PWD‘s (Dewhirst Manwear Ltd. experiences)  Visit

8

20.

Implementing Program of Vocational Rehabilitation Division in NVRC  (diskusi panel)

4

21.

Field Study on Vocational Rehabilitation System in NVRC

6

22.

Job Placement for PWD’s in the companies (PT. Rediprint)

2

23.

Job Placement for PWD’s in the companies (PT. Kedawung Serang) – Visit

8

24.

Role of Information  Center and Vocational Rehabilitation Services for PWD’s in Social Offices Province

4

25.

Role of  Association of Indonesian Entrepreneurship (APINDO) in Placement PWD’s

3

26.

Role of Social Worker in Indonesia and NVRC

2

27.

Basic of Entrepreneurship – Productive Entrepreneur Group/KUBE  (diskusi panel dengan CBE)

3

28.

Community Based Empowerment (CBE) Through Small and Micro Enterprise (SME) Development  (diskusi panel KUBE)

3

29.

Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR)

3

30.

Network Development Strategy Strengthening of Institution and Social Capital

4

31.

Role of Indonesia’s Disabled People’s Association (PPCI)

3

32.

Sports for people with disabilities (PWD’s)

3

33.

Disability awareness

6

34.

Field Study to Social and Vocational Rehabilitation for Armed Forces Jakarta

4

35.

Field Study to Social Rehabilitation for Deaf and Mute, Jakarta

4

36.

Field Study to Small Training Center for PWD’s (LBK) Bogor

4

37.

Field Study to Central Java Province

24

38.

Field Study to Bali Province

24

39.

Field Study to Enterpreneurship Klaten (Wedi)

 

40.

Courtesy Call to Minister of Social Affairs

4

 

 

C.  SUPPORTING SUBJECT

48

1.

General Information

2

2.

Opening/Closing Ceremony

4

3.

Indonesian Language

6

4.

Indonesian Miscellaneous

 

5.

Sport

6

6.

Post Assignment Preparation and Final Report

21

7.

General Reviews

2

8.

Training Evaluation

2

9.

Itinerary Explanation

2

 

 

 

 

TOTAL A + B + C

258

 

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The Government of the Republic of Indonesia will conduct the Course with support of technical cooperation scheme of the Government of Japan. The course will be held once a year from Japanese Fiscal Year (JFY) 2006 until 2010 subject to annual consultation between both Government. The third course will be implemented from June 15th to July 24th, 2010. This course will be implemented at National Vocational Rehabilitation Center (NVRC) Cibinong Bogor, West Java.

The National Vocational Rehabilitation Center (NVRC) Cibinong was established in 1998 as a token of friendship and cooperation between the Government of Indonesia (Ministry of Social Affairs) and the Government of Japan (Japan International Cooperation Agency/JICA).

The purpose of NVRC is to develop and improve a vocational rehabilitation system in Indonesia in order to promote persons with disabilities to become independent socially and economically by obtaining employment.

NVRC has served 1200 persons with disabilities (PWD’s) since 1997 and more over 717 persons had been worked in formal and informal sectors. More over, besides promoting vocational rehabilitation as well as improving the quality of services, The NVRC conducts research related to vocational rehabilitation and engages staff training.

Starting from 2006, NVRC is given the honor of hosting a Third Country Training Program (TCTP) which will be attended by sixteen participants from Asia, Pacific and Africa countries.

 

 

Title

The course will be entitled: The Third Country Training Program on Vocational Rehabilitation for Persons with Disabilities (Third Course).

Purpose

The Purpose of the course is to provide the participants from developing countries with necessary knowledge and appropriate technique in the field of vocational rehabilitation for persons with disabilities (PWD’s).

Objectives

At the end of the Course, the participants are expected to have:

o Developed capacity building necessary in the field of management and technical implementation of social and vocational rehabilitation in third countries;

o Promoted mutual understanding and solidarity among developing countries;

o Have an understanding on current situation of social and vocational rehabilitation services for persons with disabilities in Indonesia;

o Exchanged ideas, information and experience among themselves related to social and vocational rehabilitation for persons with disabilities;

o Improved the knowledge and skill of participants as well as to develop ability to solve common problem faced by developing countries;

o Enhanced social welfare condition of persons with disabilities through developing system of rehabilitation services encompasses medical, psychological, social and vocational aspects;

o Strengthened a good cooperation and solid relationship between Indonesia and Asia, Pacific and Africa countries also among the participants.

Organization of the Course

The course is sponsored by the Government of the Republic of Indonesia under the Third Country Training Program (TCTP) in cooperation with the Government of Japan through Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), under the Framework of South South Cooperation. The Government of the Republic of Indonesia designated The National Vocational Rehabilitation Center (NVRC) for implementing of the course.

Duration

The training course will be conducted for six (6) weeks, from June 15th to July 27th, 2010.

Curriculum

The curriculum of the course is shown in Annex-1.

Language

The course will be conducted in English.

Number of Participants

The number of participants from each invited country is maximum 3 (three), and the total number of participants from the invited countries shall not exceed sixteen (16) in total.

Qualifications for Applicants

Applicants for the Course are:

1. Highly interested in the field of Vocational Rehabilitation for Persons with Disabilities

2. To be nominated by their respective Governments in accordance with the procedure mentioned in the following section.

3. To have at least diploma/equivalent level of academic background and the person in charge of a section head level;

4. To have at least 2 (two) years of actual working experience/responsible in the field of social/vocational rehabilitation for persons with disabilities.

5. To be under forty-five (45) years of age;

6. To have good command of spoken and written English;

7. To be the citizen of invited countries;

8. To be in good health (proved by Medical Record) in order to complete the course (as the course involves field activities, pregnancy regarded as disqualified;

9. Due to limited provision of accessibility for persons with disabilities (PWD’s) on NVRC, PWD’s who apply to be participants should be person who are using wheel chair or crutches (if any);

10. Not to be serving in military;

11. He/she is never participated in same title of the Indonesian training course.

Application Procedure

1. A Government applying for the Course on behalf of its nominee(s) shall forward two (2) copies of the prescribed application form for each nominee to the Government of the Republic of Indonesia through diplomatic channels not later than April 30th, 2010.

2. The Government of the Republic of Indonesia will inform the applying Governments, through diplomatic channels, whether or not the applicant(s) is/are accepted to the Course not later than May 10th, 2010.

Submission of Inception Report

For the purpose of the facilitating the discussion in the course, each participants is required to prepare an Inception Report/ Country Report. Two copies of the report should be submitted to the organizing committee at the beginning of the course.

Institution and Facilities

The Course will be implemented by the National Vocational Rehabilitation Center (NVRC), Ministry of Social Affairs.

NVRC is the technical implementation unit in the field of vocational rehabilitation for persons with disabilities, under Directorate General of Social Rehabilitation and Services, Ministry of Social Affairs.

Address : Jl. SKB No. 5 Karadenan, Cibinong, Bogor,

West Java Indonesia.

Telephone: +62 – 251 – 8654702, 865705

Fax : +62 – 251 - 8654701

Website : www.bbrvbd.go.id

E-Mail : This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Financial and Administrative Arrangements

1. Expenses to be borne by the Government of the Republic of Indonesia and the Government of Japan through JICA:

· Cost of training facilities,

· Administrative and organizational.

· Honoraria of internal lecturers.

· Economy class air ticket for participants between the designated international airport.

· Living allowance (based on standard living cost in Indonesia), transportation, study tour, health insurance, training materials and other costs related to the course;

· Honoraria for external lecturers;

· Cost of printing, translation and consumptive material supplies.

2. Expenses to be borne by the Participating Countries:

· All incidental expenses in the home country to travel abroad, including expenditure for passport, visas, medical examinations and other miscellaneous items as well as travel to and from the airport of departure in the home country;

· Salary and other benefits for the participants during the program.

3. The Government of the Republic of Indonesia and the Government of Japan will not be responsible for the following:

· Lost and damage to personal property of participants while attending the program,

· Purchase of personal belonging and compensation of personal damage caused by climatic or other conditions,

· Excess baggage fee,

· Any expenses/cost incurred in their home countries,

· Expenses of sending or bringing of the course materials to or from the home countries of participants.

Certificate

Participants who have successfully completed the course and submitted an inception report/country report will be awarded a certificate.

Entry Formalities for Immigration

Participants are required to obtain a visa to cover the duration of the course. Taking notice or their acceptance, participants should apply for a visa through the Indonesian Embassy in their respective countries. For those participants coming from countries where there is no Indonesian Embassy the visa will be issued by the designated Indonesian Embassy.

Clothing

Dress is normally casual in Indonesia and light clothing is advisable for the hot and humid climate. A jacket and tie are required only for formal occasions or when making official calls. National dress of visitors from abroad is naturally suitable. For the purpose of traveling to mountain areas, a light sweater or jacket is recommended. Batik shirts are popular for the informal parties and social events. In attending class, participant should wear a formal clothes, collar-shirt and pants are recommended.

Health

1. An internationally valid certificate for smallpox, cholera and yellow fever is required only for traveler coming from infected areas.

2. Medical insurance is provided for each participant and will be arrange for the whole duration of the course by JICA Indonesia Office.

Other Information

1. The definite date of departure of each participant to Indonesia will be informed by organizing committee based upon the confirmed air ticket.

2. On arrival at Jakarta, Indonesian official concerned will meet participants.

3. Not to bring any member of participants families.

4. Participants should bring two pieces of national flag mini (8 X 12 cm) and the middle sizes (80 X 120 cm).

5. Participants are suggested to bring notebook (laptop) for the expedite of training implementation.


ANNEX I

Tentative Curriculum

No.

TITLE

HOURS

A. BASIC SUBJECTS

51

1.

Ministry of Social Affairs Policy and Program on Social and Vocational Rehabilitation for Persons with Disabilities

3

2.

Ministry of Manpower and Transmigration Policy on empowering Persons with Disabilities

3

3.

Ministry of Education Policy on Educational Rehabilitation for Persons with Disabilities

3

4.

Ministry of Health Policy on Medical Rehabilitation for Persons with Disabilities

3

5.

Social Rehabilitation Services Program for Persons with Disabilities

3

6.

Vocational Rehabilitation Services Program for Persons with Disabilities in NVRC

4

7.

Inception Report/Country Report Presentation

16

8.

Group dynamic (out bound)

16

B. MAIN SUBJECTS

159

1.

Vocational Rehabilitation System on Indonesia

3

2.

Vocational Evaluation

4

3.

Physical Assessment

4

4.

Psychological Assessment

4

5.

Social Assessment

2

6.

Vocational Assessment

4

7.

Case Management

3

8.

Vocational Counceling

2

9.

Vocational Guidance

2

10.

Case Conference

3

11.

Vocational Training

4

12.

Placement

3

13.

Sheltered workshop

2

14.

After care

2

15.

Social Marketing for PWD’s and product.

3

16.

Arrangement of Program: Curriculum Based Training (CBT)*

17.

Achievement Motivation Training (AMT)*

3

18.

Work Safety and Occupational Health (Prof. Makmur)

2

19.

Human Resources Development Management for PWD‘s (Dewhirst Manwear Ltd. experiences) Visit

8

20.

Implementing Program of Vocational Rehabilitation Division in NVRC (diskusi panel)

4

21.

Field Study on Vocational Rehabilitation System in NVRC

6

22.

Job Placement for PWD’s in the companies (PT. Rediprint)

2

23.

Job Placement for PWD’s in the companies (PT. Kedawung Serang) – Visit

8

24.

Role of Information Center and Vocational Rehabilitation Services for PWD’s in Social Offices Province

4

25.

Role of Association of Indonesian Entrepreneurship (APINDO) in Placement PWD’s

3

26.

Role of Social Worker in Indonesia and NVRC

2

27.

Basic of Entrepreneurship – Productive Entrepreneur Group/KUBE (diskusi panel dengan CBE)

3

28.

Community Based Empowerment (CBE) Through Small and Micro Enterprise (SME) Development (diskusi panel KUBE)

3

29.

Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR)

3

30.

Network Development Strategy Strengthening of Institution and Social Capital

4

31.

Role of Indonesia’s Disabled People’s Association (PPCI)

3

32.

Sports for people with disabilities (PWD’s)

3

33.

Disability awareness

6

34.

Field Study to Social and Vocational Rehabilitation for Armed Forces Jakarta

4

35.

Field Study to Social Rehabilitation for Deaf and Mute, Jakarta

4

36.

Field Study to Small Training Center for PWD’s (LBK) Bogor

4

37.

Field Study to Central Java Province

24

38.

Field Study to Bali Province

24

39.

Field Study to Enterpreneurship Klaten (Wedi)

40.

Courtesy Call to Minister of Social Affairs

4

C. SUPPORTING SUBJECT

48

1.

General Information

2

2.

Opening/Closing Ceremony

4

3.

Indonesian Language

6

4.

Indonesian Miscellaneous

5.

Sport

6

6.

Post Assignment Preparation and Final Report

21

7.

General Reviews

2

8.

Training Evaluation

2

9.

Itinerary Explanation

2

TOTAL A + B + C

258

 

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