Jobs Market

Teacher trainers

Location: Padova (Italy)
Organisation: Teachersrise
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Job benefits

Teachersrise is seeking experienced teacher trainers to design and deliver one- or two-week programmes in Padova (Italy).

Please note that this position is not a permanent employment offer, but EXTERNAL cooperation based on a service contract.

The teacher trainer must give his/her commitment to run the course during available session dates in 2021 and 2022. Teachersrise expects the course to be available from a minimum of once a year to a maximum of once a month.

Job description

Teachersrise is inviting proposals for professional development courses for teachers and school staff. Our course participants are both subject and language teachers from primary and secondary schools in Europe: they move to Italy in order to attend their Erasmus+ funded professional development activity.

Our courses are designed by our teacher trainers in the areas of language learning and teaching, school innovation, classroom management and soft skills, ICT and new technology, creativity and culture and global citizenship education.

Teacher Training:

At least 2 years’ experience of teacher training delivery 

At least 5 years’ relevant teaching experience (CELTA)

Language Proficiency

Excellent written and spoken English

Other requirements

Course design experience and working independently in new contexts

Superior organizational skills, attention to detail/level of quality and strong communication skills (written and verbal)

Desirable:

First degree

DELTA or PGCE (English or EFL) or Trinity Diploma in ESOL

MA in TEFL or TESOL

Experience of delivering projects in a foreign context

Experience of delivering CLIL or EMI training

How to apply

Teachersrise invites proposal submissions for its professional development courses for teachers. Apply before 26th June 2020: please, find all the details about the application process in section About us > Career opportunities of our website. Send us your proposal NOW!

Deadline:
26 Jun 2020
Date published:
12 May 2020