Tutor /Training Facilitator is required on a freelance, ad-hoc and contract basis across a wide range of subjects and geared towards CPD or work abroad. You will be required to provide well researched and developed training materials and lessons relevant to your area(s) of expertise and appropriate audiences, for developing the desired skills dev.
- Minimum Qualification:Degree
- Experience Level:Mid level
- Experience Length:5 years
- Our Tutors and Training Facilitators are hired on a freelance, contract and part-time basis to help delegates and learners to understand different subjects in our training courses. You may be required to work closely with learners across different age categories from pre-teens, teenagers to mature adults and professionals, depending on the course title and content.
- To become one of our tutors, you are required to be a trained professional and as such an expert who specialises in your subject(s) or course(s). You will not just be able to deliver training in your subjects but must be able to tailor content to appropriate audiences as the course may demand.
- Our Tutors and training facilitators are required to help learners and delegates to understand topics, subjects or course contents that are new or topics they might be struggling to grasp or understand. You will assist, assess, explain topics, entertain questions, and put learners through their paces on the lessons in an engaging but also intellectually stimulating ways to ensure learning outcomes are met.
- Our Tutors and Training Facilitators are required to have a balance real-life experience as well as education (both formal and informal) and will be expected to use these skills to impart knowledge to their learners in a way that challenges assumptions, develop new skills, knowledge and thoughts.
- Develop Learners: This is to be done with continuous systematic review and resources geared towards imparting knowledge to the learners
- Correct: Mistakes are inevitable in tutorials and training courses, so tutors have the duty of implementing corrections where and when necessary
- Understand the specific needs of each learner: This is important as different learners have their unique needs. A good tutor should be able to identify these needs and act on that knowledge to ensure no learner is disadvantaged
- Carry out an assessment: This is important in checking or gauging the progress of the learners and the entire tutorial session
- Make recommendations: Learners may need to get some additional materials for more knowledge beyond the present tutorial. The tutor will need to ensure they make good recommendations on what materials to access and if possible, sources
- Encourage learners: Sometimes, learners battle with discouragement. As a good tutor, you should be able to spur the learners into positive action through words of encouragement and challenge
- Teaching: This is the number one duty or responsibility of our tutors. To explain in detail and in a structured and systematic manner, then watching the reaction of the learners as s/he systematically imparts knowledge into the learners in a manner that is retained and can be applied successfully
- Set lesson goals for the learners
- Determine the length of time needed to complete each subject or course
- Keep in touch with the institute's team, parents and guardians (where applicable) and peer groups of learners to discuss progress.