RIFFEAC and ATIBT are looking for graphic designer to visualize a mapping of professions in the forest-wood sector, and the layout of profession-skills sheets.
The technical execution team of the ADEFAC project developed 35 profession-skills sheets, with the support of private sector professionals in the forest-wood sector. These sheets will serve as reference for the development of continuing education modules. The team also completed a mapping of professions in the sector, prepared by the PARAFE project, in particular with jobs in the 1st, 2nd and 3rd transformation of wood.
We are currently looking for a graphic designer to visualize this mapping of the different professions in the forest-wood sector and for the layout of the profession-skills sheets, in order to publish them on the websites of RIFFEAC and of ATIBT.
As a reminder: the project to support the development of continuing training in the forest-wood sector in Central Africa (ADEFAC) aims to contribute to the sustainable management of forests through continuing training. This 5-year project with a budget of 5 million Euros is implemented in 4 countries, which are Cameroon, Congo, Gabon and DRC. It started in 2020 and is fully funded by the French Development Agency (AFD).