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Liana

Cilliers

Cilliers, Liana

What we do in life echoes in eternity

Who is Liana Cilliers?

I studied Tourism Management in South Africa as I dreamt of travelling the world and experiencing different cultures, food, music and making unforgettable memories. I have five years’ experience working as a General Manager in a couple of 4-Star guesthouses in Pretoria, which exposed me to international and local guests, where being organized was one of the most important things to be and off course customer service. I moved to Doha, Qatar, taking on the Airline industry furthering my expertise in customer experience. During my seven years I had extensive exposure to a multi-cultural international company ensuring perfection when it comes to customer service to our internal and external customers. From being part as a team, to later on leading and coaching my own team. It’s then when I realized I want to make a difference in the world, change someone’s life and joined the Getting Competent/Indeson GmbH where I started as an intern, learning how projects work, from developing Occupational Standards, Occupational Profiles, Curriculums, to drafting and developing Teaching Materials. Currently I am the project coordinator as well as a content developer for various projects, but the biggest one for me being in Nigeria. It’s been one great roller coaster of a ride, and excited to see what the future holds for us as a company.

Liana’s Expertise
Team Building
Quality Management
Project Management
Presentation Skills
Curriculum Development
Course Development
Communication

I believe working hard, giving your best and being proud of what you are doing is one of the greatest qualities a person can have in a company.  With those qualities the rest will follow – proper communication, being organized, dependable, emotionally intelligent, cooperative, goal orientated, having integrity and managing time to reach deadlines. These are some of my qualities that I believe in and strive for every day.

Below some of my key skills that I am bringing to the team:

Personal skills

  • Maintaining a positive attitude—maintaining high ethical standards, showing initiative and interest
  • Being responsible—organizing my work site, setting goals and priorities, following through, accepting responsibility
  • Being adaptable—working alone or on a team, accepting change, managing several projects at the same time
  • Working safely—being aware of health and safety practices, managing stress

Teamwork skills

  • Working with others—getting along, being supportive, respecting differences
  • Participating in projects and tasks—doing my part, being timely, initiating, planning and coaching

Fundamental skills

  • Communicating—reading and understanding information, writing, speaking, listening, questioning, negotiating, using technology effectively
  • Managing information—following directions, maintaining records, organizing information
  • Thinking and problem-solving—assessing situations, identifying problems and solutions, investigating, and analyzing.

Project Experience

  • Supporting the development of educational policies and procedures
  • Implementation, monitoring and evaluation of internal Quality Management procedures
  • Facilitation of workshops (validation of Occupational Profiles/Standards/Curriculums)
  • Administration of workshops
  • Quality management and evaluation of workshops
  • Workshop report writing
  • Supporting development and validation of Occupational Standards (Bricklaying, Masonry, Carpentry, Plumbing, Electrical) in various countries Malawi, Ghana, Liberia, British Virgin Islands)
  • Support and assist in the development of curriculum (Masonry, Bricklaying, Carpentry, Plumbing, Electrical) in various countries Malawi, Ghana, Liberia, British Virgin Islands and Nigeria.
  • Support the development of Learning Assessment and Teaching Materials (Ghana, Malawi, Liberia)
  • Support the development, implementation and management of TVET and CBT programs in Africa and the Caribbean.
  • Capacity building of nationals in various countries (Malawi, Liberia, British Virgin Islands, Kosovo)  in the development of demand-driven (industry-led) occupational profiles, occupational standards, curricula, teaching and learning materials, assessments and related implementation of competency-based programs.

Latest Projects

Nigeria – FAKT and Sequa gGmbH – Cooperative Vocational Training – Nigeria

Drafting and development of Occupational Profiles in the construction trade – Plumbing, Carpentry and Masonry for Levels 1, 2 and 3.  Harmonizing Occupational Standards to the Occupational standards, drafting of Curriculums for all three trades and all levels according to the validated Occupational Profiles.
Coordinating the Baseline study.

November 2019 – ongoing

Kosovo – PEM and GIZ

Drafting of Workplace Instructor Learner Guide. Drafting and amending In-Company Trainer Learner Guide – September – November 2019

Ghana – Ghana Skills Development Initiative (GSDI) Programme for Sustainable Economic Development (PSED)

Program for Mango value chain, Palm oil value chain and Cashew value chain.  Development of Teacher Learning Materials and Assessments together with drafting and developing assessments for their technical skills – June – September 2019.

Malawi Skills and Technical Education Programme (STEP)

Drafting and development of Occupational Standards and Curriculums of a Construction Supervisor (Level 4).

Drafting of Learning Content Analysis of a Construction Supervisor (Level 4).

Validation workshops for the OS and Curriculums

Drafting and development of Learner Teacher Material of a Construction Supervisor (Level 4) – February – May 2019

Drafting of Occupational Job Profile of an Entrepreneurship Instructor – March 2019

Malawi Skills and Technical Education Programme (STEP) with UNESCO

Validation of revised Dacum of Carpentry, Masonry, Plumbing, Electrical and Painting Level 2 and 3.

Drafting, development, revision and validation of Occupational Profiles, Standards and Curriculums in the construction trade.  Carpentry, Masonry, Plumbing, Electrical and Painting for Levels 2 and 3.

January 2019 – August 2019

Liberia – Consulting Services for Skill Development for Employment; Job Readiness Program; and Institutional Support to the Ministry of Youths and Sports – Youth Entrepreneurship and Employment Project (YEEP)

Drafting, development and validation of Occupational Profiles, Standards and Curriculum for Poultry Farming (Level 3)

Drafting, development and validation of Occupational Profiles, Standards and Curriculum for Cooking and Catering (Level 3).

Drafting and development of Teacher Learning Materials for Poultry Farming and Cooking and Catering

November 2019

BVI – DAI and HLSCC – Design and Implement High-Quality Basic Skills Vocational Training

Drafting and development of Curriculum for construction (Construction Hand (Level 1), Carpentry, Electrical, Masonry, Plumbing and Concreting – Level 2 – 4) and Marine (Fibreglass, Marine Engine Repair, Marine Hand (only Level 1), Marine Rigging and Systems) Level 2 – 4.

December 2018– March 2019.