Three Instructors Needed for French and Chadian Arabic Language Training

U.S. Embassy N’Djamena Chad seeks instructors to provide language classes in French and Chadian Arabic.

Duration and Location of Service

Instructors will provide a combined total of 700 hours of training.

Instruction will take place on the Embassy compound, from Monday through Friday, during normal business hours.

No services will be rendered on U.S. or Chadian holidays.

Type of Language Training

Instructors will develop individualized training plan for each student, which include reading, speaking and writing French or Chadian Arabic.

Instruction will be one-on-one, or in groups of not more than three people per session.

Before beginning language training, instructors will assess individual student proficiency in French or Chadian Arabic.

Instructors will be responsible for providing printed teaching materials and audio-visual equipment to supplement instruction.

Instructors will develop opportunities for students with similar language proficiency to interact using the language of instruction.

Instructors will arrange periodic field trips to authorized locations in N’Djamena.

Instructors will establish and maintain records with time and location of student training.

Instructors will monitor each student’s progress.

Please send candidate information to NdjamenaRequests-Procurement@state.gov, or deliver to: U.S. Embassy N’Djamena, Avenue Felix Eboue, by 16:00 (4:00 p.m.) Tuesday, March 8, 2016.

Language training services are requested for three (3) instructors in French (x2) and Chadian Arabic (x1)to provide 700 hours of language classes in the two languages for Foreign Service Officers and their eligible family members (EFM) for all agencies at the U.S. Embassy N’Djamena.

Language classes will take place at the U.S. Embassy Compound in N’Djamena during normal business hours, Monday through Friday only.   Holiday classes, American and Chadian, are not authorized.   The instructors are to arrange periodic field trips to locations in N’Djamena, only, that have been approved by the Regional Security Officer (RSO).

Instruction will be one-on-one or in groups of not more than three individuals in one session.  Class size will be determined by the availability of the instructor and the language capabilities of the students.  Instructors will be responsible for providing printed teaching materials and audio-visual equipment to supplement instruction.

Before the commencement of instruction, instructors will be responsible for conducting individual student assessments to determine their language proficiency in French or Chadian Arabic.
Instructors will be responsible for establishing and maintaining student rosters with instruction time and location of training.

Instructors will develop an individualized training plan with each student that will include reading, speaking, and writing French or Chadian Arabic.  Instructors are to develop opportunities for students with similar language proficiency to interact using the language of instruction.  Instructors will be responsible for monitoring each student’s progress.