Teachers Needed in Bali
We are recruiting a Language Development Consultant to deliver direct teaching to 80 local tourism professionals as well as training 8 future trainers starting in Bali, Indonesia. The post holder will be based in Tabanan, Bali for six months starting 16 March 2015.
The trainer will be responsible for developing course materials, delivering training and measuring and reporting on participant progress.
Essential qualifications and experience
• Cambridge DELTA or Trinity DipTESOL
• Undergraduate or university degree in any discipline
• Teacher training experience
• Course design experience
The trainer will be responsible for developing course materials, delivering training and measuring and reporting on participant progress. Objectives and output includes:
• 80 tourism professionals in Tabanan improve their English level in the tourism context meeting defined British Council learning outcomes
• 10 tourism professionals are trained and supported to continue the training with future cohorts
• A bespoke course is developed to meet local needs, based on the British Council’s English for Tourism materials
Local tourism professionals in rural Tabanan, Bali, have identified low levels of English as a barrier to interaction with international tourists. This element of a wider skills development programme, aims to support improvement of English language and communication skills, specifically in the areas of agricultural tourism (Subak (water systems), coffee plantations, farming) and local culture (storytelling, dance and other arts).
Enquiries about the post may be sent to the firstname.lastname@example.org team based in Singapore.
For full details and to apply, please visit our e-recruitment portal at http://bit.ly/IND-T-1048. The closing date for applications is 23 February 2015.
CVs and resumes will not be accepted as formal applications.
We regret that only short-listed applicants will be notified.
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