PRIMARY DUTIES OF A VOLUNTEER TRAINER
- Selection of the Participants
- Coordinating the 7 skills workshops for the participants
- Coordinating the career development journey of the participants
- Writing a progress report which must be submitted to the Program Officer
- Administering the robust skills workshops and career and education workshop evaluation framework
- Managing the Applications process for external opportunities for the students
- Facilitating the Business challenge workshop
SECONDARY DUTIES OF VOLUNTEER TRAINER
- The design of the skills workshops - the selection of the techniques to achieve the goals and the steering of group processes
- Understanding the participants and the workshop content prior to planning the workshop
- Following a stepbystep process to clarify assumptions and focus the workshops on the specific objectives of the sessions
- Making adjustments to the workshop design—structure and learning activities—as needed for the situation
- Sharing firsthand practical experiences with the participants to extend their learning and understanding
- Leading followup and evaluation of the learning, collecting feedback on the event and tracking learning, during and after the workshop
- Providing additional examples of concepts and case studies to guide and support participants’ learning
REPORTING RELATIONSHIP: Program Manager (Bridge)
- Time commitment of volunteer position:
- 8 hours a week (minimum)
- 12 hours a week (maximum)
- Saturdays only, required between 9.00am-5.00pm (full day)
- Every week for three-four weeks
LOCATION(S) FOR THE VOLUNTEER POSITION
Trainers will be assigned to schools based on proximity to the location and days of preference
- Presentation - communicating ideas, using visual and other aids, giving feedback, listing skills
- Facilitation - managing activities, eliciting contributions and learning, creative and innovative thinker, ability to create an atmosphere of confidence among participants.
- One-to-one - coaching, counseling, mentoring, advising, assessing
- Consultancy - investigating, advising, evaluating
- Design - designing activities, e-literate, knowledge of group development, including the ability to sense a group’s mood and change methods or adjust the program on the spot.
- Interpersonal - building relationships, ability to handle conflict, trust in other people and their capacities, respect for the opinions of others, does not impose ideas on others, adaptable.
- Assertiveness - confidence, challenging and supporting.
- Expertise and Interest - knowledgeable, insightful, up to date, enthusiastic about being a trainer.
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications (Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint)
- Proficiency in cloud software applications (Skydrive, DropBox, Google Docs)
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