FISH MED NET in Italy is looking for an external assistance for the production of video lessons
FISH MED NET launches a call for candidate in Italy, for the project’s partner CIHEAM-IAMB , looking for an external assistance for the production of video lessons.
People who are interested can send their application before 8th November 2022 until 17:00 p.m. CET.
For more information, please follow this link : http://www.iamb.ciheam.org/Vacancies_and_Tenders/Tenders/ref_69_fishmednet
If delivery by post or courier, the tenders will be submitted in two separate envelopes:
- envelope one for the tenderer’s information, the tenderer’s statement and the technical offer (including Methodology, Company profile, Provision for professional equipment and technical staff and CV of proposed Expert(s) and
- envelop two for the financial information.
An envelope including both envelopes will contain the following information at the external part:
Name and address of the contracting authority: CIHEAM Bari
Contact person: Saverio De Santis
Title of the tender: PRODUCTION OF VIDEOLESSONS
Reference number: Ref. n. 69/2022/Videolesson/Fish Med Net/ENI CBC Med
Title of the Project: FISHERY MEDITERRANEAN NETWORK – FISH MED NET - A_A.1.2_0132
Programme: ENI CBC MED
If delivery by e-mail, the message will clearly indicate:
- Title of the tender o Reference number o Title of the project
- Name and address of the tenderer The tender submission form and any supporting documentation will be provided as attachment to the following e-mail address: email@example.com
About the FISH MED NET project :
The European Fishery Mediterranean Network (FISH MED NET) project was launched on September 1, 2019, and will run over a period of 36 months. The objective of this project is to provide considerable support to the artisanal fishing sector, with the aim of seizing opportunities for diversification and integration into other sectors. This project is co-funded by the EU under the ENI CBC Med Programme 2014-2020 which brings together the coastal territories of 14 European and south Mediterranean countries for a more competitive, innovative, inclusive and sustainable Mediterranean area.
The course will consist of video-recorded lessons divided into 4 modules based on the business models developed (Services to community, Aquaculture, Sustainable coastal tourism, and Food sector) where the topics are dealt with experts, deepening topics through interviews with operators in the sector, testimonials of good practices, and deepening criticalities and opportunities of the fishery diversification activities.