Context: The Association of Breastfeeding Mothers (ABM) is a voluntary organisation founded in 1979 by mothers already experienced in breastfeeding counselling. We became a charity in 1980 (registered no. 280537). As well as supporting mums and families and offering training, we speak for breastfeeding families at a national advocacy level.
We run a number of training modules for lay persons and healthcare professionals around breastfeeding and infant care. The online platform currently hosting our Mother Supporter and Foundation modules is being retired.
This will be a freelance, fixed-term contract until the end of 2020, and we will only consider applications from individuals and agencies with the relevant skills and experience. The fee is negotiable depending on that experience. Our current online module takes around 12 weeks part-time study to complete, with a variety of learning/moderating methods including video instruction, multiple choice and prose, so experience with this sort of scale of project is essential.
May 2020: Initial payment, commence work – assessment of current module.
July 2020: Present progress of online modules. Second payment follows.
September/October 2020: Soft launch of improved online foundation-level module for selection of students – assessment of function. Third payment follows.
November 2020: Feedback and evaluation of first trainees’, markers and administrators’ experience. Implementation of suggestions and improvements.
December 2020/January 2021: Full launch. Final Payment.
Please pay close attention to the person specification below as this is a specialist role, only open to those knowledgeable in:
Applications: By way of CV and covering letter, and/or tender document/proposal by email attachments only to: email@example.com
Deadline: Noon, Friday 22nd May 2020
Interviews: w/c 25th May 2020 – We reserve the right to close applications early if sufficient applications are received.
For a no-obligation discussion about the position prior to applying/tendering, please contact us by email in the first instance.