In order to achieve its yearly production goals of at least 10 SFOCs, five MOOCs and five face-to-face courses for urban mobility professionals, the Competence Hub of EIT Urban Mobility must secure the support of various external experts to undertake the necessary activities relative to course design, production, commercialisation, and delivery.
The main types of expertise needed are:
- Content-related expertise in order to identify, generate and/or structure the learning content which the courses will be based on;
- Instructional course-design related expertise in order transforms the learning content into digital (text, audio, video, interactive) learning pathways and activities that are coherent, intuitive, varied and that optimise the participant learning impact;
- Course management and development expertise in order to coordinate all the different parties and experts involved in the design and delivery of the course and make sure the deadlines regarding KPIs, outputs and deliverables are met, while complying with all EIT Urban Mobility’s budgetary and reporting constraints.
Given the many differences between asynchronous learning courses (such as our SFOCs and MOOCs) and synchronous learning courses (such as our F2F), with respect to course design, production, commercialisation, and delivery, the type of expertise that EIT Urban Mobility Competence hub is seeking will also vary in function of the kind of course it wishes to produce.
All information, including the detailed scope of work, deliverables, and terms & conditions can be found in the Call for Expressions of Interest.
To apply, send a completed Expression of Interest form + CV to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject [Application for Experts Academy]
Deadline for submissions: 30 June 2022 at 23:59 Central European Time.