Dear Pak John
In respond to your last email today, I prefer to have an option of Master Trainer as follows:
District Master Trainer – this trainer is required to ensure the sustainability of MSS CDP implementation in the district level whether it is financed under existing the EU/ADB grant program or from other source of fund. The candidate recruited for this trainer is from district senior staff such as School Supervisor, particularly who have experience on MSS CDP implementation such as during SQA, MSS socialization, and grant proposal writing. The portion of number of participants is around 40% of total PNS (government civil servants) participants of the proposed Training of Master Trainers (TOMT) program;
Provincial Master Trainer – this trainer is required first in the case of shortage of trainers in the district level during MSS CDP implementation, particularly where the CDP implementation in the peak season; secondly this type of trainer will be used in the case of the MSS CDP implementation will be replicated in the other districts within the province financed from any other source of fund. The candidate recruited from Widyaiswara (functional trainer under Provincial Training Center) or senior experience staff at provincial level who will shortly retired, as a reward for them, so that they could be used at any time after they retired, or combination of both. The portion of number of this participants is around 60% of total PNS participants of the proposed TOMT program;
National Master Trainer – this trainer is required / will be used for where the MOEC is willing to replicate or to enlarge the MSS CDP implementation program in the country financed from any source of fund. This trainer will form as national assets for the future of MSS CDP implementation, that could be used widely in the country. The candidate is existing DATs who have experience in the MSS CDP implementation since the commence of MSS CDP such as SQA, facilitate and assist district in writing grant proposal and followed by processing of RAPBD, which part of them is Educational Specialist status in addition to Governance, Planning and Budgeting Specialist Status. From the existing DATs of 4 regions, therefore, we will have around 70 Master Trainers at the national level for implementation of MSS CDP from 2015 onward.
Using an assumption that if we invite 4 participants from each district, and 6 participants from each province, we will produce 600 Master Trainers for MSS CDP implementation of PNS status, where there will be 34 to 46 Master Trainers in each province in the Region I, and 70 Master Trainers of Consultant status scattered in the country, resulting from TOMT financed under the EU/ADB grant fund.
Thanks for your kind attention and cooperation and looking for the action.
All the best.
Endang Pipin Tachyan