Consultancy – Training on Security Level II – Humanity & Inclusion (Handicap International Federation)

Consultancy Title:   Terms of Reference – Training on Security Level II

Organisation: Humanity & Inclusion (Handicap International Federation)

Duty Station:  Kampala, Uganda

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About US:

Handicap International Federation (HI) is an independent and impartial international aid organization working in situations of poverty and exclusion, conflict and disaster. Working alongside persons with disabilities and other vulnerable groups, our action and testimony are focused on responding to their essential needs, improving their living conditions and promoting respect for their dignity and their fundamental rights.


Description Of The Expected Service

The contracted firm shall be expected to build the staff skills and understanding in the following topics: –

  1. Foundation of Security
  2. Premises Handover and Takeover
  3. How to report Incidence and Occurrence
  4. Discipline on duty and off duty
  5. Premises and assets Management
  6. Attack Cycle, Situation awareness and Threat Recognition
  7. Hostile observation and surveillance cycle.
  8. Interviewing and Interrogations.
  9. Organizing worksheets and sharing Power point presentation
  10. Issue certificates of training to the participants


Scope and Target: The overall purpose/goal of the training is to equipment the security Guards with basic knowledge of field security level 2.

The targeted staff are Security Guards


Consultant’s Profile

  • At least three years of proven experience in conducting similar training for non-governmental organization employees;
  • Excellent proficiency in English, oral and written;
  • Good facilitation skill and able to accommodate different view of participants, understanding and experience.


Duration and Place Of Performance Of The Service

The maximum time frame for this assignment will be 3 days, to be determined

The training shall be conducted in Omugo refugee settlement


Work Plan

Based on the proposed assignment time line, the consultant shall provide a comprehensive training schedule. The allocation of the training days will be agreed upon on the basis of the agreed training plan and shall include the following: -.

Teaching methods:

Active teaching methods will be used including role-plays, demonstrations, games, questioning, etc. in combination with presentations and written exercises.

Learning materials:

Handouts will be provided to the trainees as well as materials needed for learning activities.

Workshop assessment methods:

  • Trainees will be asked to evaluate the training by filling a questionnaire before and after the training.
  • The work plan should also provide a clear schedule including execution: time necessary to achieve the training objective and how the consultant intends to approach the activities listed above to the service’s completion
  • The plan should also indicate the level of completion of the service, including criteria and indicators for checking that it is proceeding as planned.



A preliminary report is to be submitted for review and a final draft report incorporating all comments. A hard and soft copy of the final report are to be submitted to HI. The report will be in English and consist of the following:

  1. Introduction
  2. Findings and recommendations

iii.          Annexes of materials developed


The final training report should be completed by a week after the end of training date.


Contact Person

During the performance of the service, the consultant will be required to work in liaison with Handicap International Federation team, and notably with the James Alionzi Facility Officer and Bridget Nabirye – Country HR & Admin Manager



Willingness to adhere to Handicap International’s Federation institutional policies (Prevention and fight against corruption, Code of Conduct: Integrity, Prevention of Abuse and Safeguarding, Child Protection, Protection of Beneficiaries against sexual abuse and harassment). Available on the website:


Evaluation, Download TOR


How to Apply:

Potential service providers who meet these requirements and are available within the time period indicated should apply letter and curriculum vitae indicating their relevant qualifications, skills and experience, their understanding of the TOR, detailed budget as well as three recommendation letters by the current and previous institutions where similar services are/were provided.


The deadline for submission of expression of interest (technical and financial budget proposal) is 13th June 2022 2;:00 pm. East African time.


Interested and eligible bidders are requested to send soft copies of application and company profile documents listed below to the following email address;


(Please indicate REF: UGA/2022/KAMP/CFT-004 Consultancy – Training on Security Level II


Deadline: 13th June 2022 by 2:00 pm


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