The British Council Skills department is proposing to conduct a Training of Trainers session for qualified-freelance applicants who are willing to join the British Council’s skills team as freelance Training Facilitators. We invite interested parties to go through the details below, and if relevant, send in their CVs to Sheena.Cherian@BritishCouncil.org
This Training of Trainers (ToT) workshop will be held for 3 days from 31st May to 2nd June – either in Delhi or Bangalore based on geographic spread of applications. The training will be conducted by a British Council accredited trainer.
It is essential that interested applicants are
· available for a full 3-days, from 9.00 am – 5.00 pm, from 31st May to 2nd June to attend the workshop in Delhi or Bangalore
· have relevant work experience as listed below
Experience and Qualifications:
· Minimum two years of delivering teacher training in vocational institutes (Industrial Training Institutes, Polytechnics, private training institutes etc)
· Master’s degree + 2 years teaching experience in vocational sector
We will cover travel (return economy flight) cost of outstation applicants who have been shortlisted to attend this training. Lunch and refreshments will be included during the 3 days of the workshop. It is expected that local travel arrangements and accommodation be borne by the applicant. The British Council will not be paying any professional fee to the participants for attending this workshop.
If you meet the criteria above and are interested in attending the workshop please send your updated CV with a cover letter highlighting why you are interested in this workshop to Sheena.Cherian@BritishCouncil.org latest by 16th May 2017. Please also specify if you have an existing contract with the British Council Division and if yes, then specify its duration and the contact person you are in touch with at British Council for this.
What is the training about?
As part of our Employability offer, the British Council has created (a) Core skills training modules for vocational education master trainers, trainers and leaders; (b) Skills-for-schools resource kits for upper primary school teachers. This ToT pertains to (a).
- Core skills trainings relate to vocational-trainer training modules that help trainers embed fundamental employability skills into the main curriculum – known as Core Skills. The British Council has adapted, from its Schools team, two of the modules for use with vocational education trainers – ‘An Introduction to Core Skills for Trainers’ and ‘Critical Thinking and Problem Solving’.
The British Council will be rolling out these core skills training modules with master trainers, trainers and leaders in Industrial Training Institute (ITI) and Polytechnics – both government and private - as well as other vocational training institutes throughout the country
In order to conduct these trainings, we would require freelance Training Facilitators who have attended the ToT sessions and are validated by a British Council expert.
What happens after attending the training?
Applicants who attend this training will be validated, and if successful, would enter into a freelance contract with British Council to lead and deliver Core Skills training interventions to master trainers, trainers and leaders in Vocational Education institutions and/or training for skills-for-schools resource kit to upper primary school teachers and head teachers as and when organised by the British Council. Frequency and date of subsequent trainings cannot be confirmed at this time. The objective is to develop a pool of talent to work with the British Council over the next 10 months and any extension beyond this period. (The British Council pays highly competitive remuneration to its training facilitators). All participants who have been validated at the workshop will receive a certificate.
Sheena Joseph Cherian | Head - Skills
British Council Division | British High Commission | 17 Kasturba Gandhi Marg | New Delhi 110001 | India