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CV, Educator And ESOL Teacher Seeking Work In The Middle East

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 22290

List top 5 skills: interpersonal, management, problem solving, teaching, training
Short Bio:

I have 2 BA's and my experience includes Staff Resource and Management Skills, Teaching, Tutoring and Training Skills, Communication and Interpersonal Skills, Analysis and Problem Solving Skills, Engaging and Consultation Skills. I'm adaptable, conscientious and currently studying my BA (Hons) Business studies as part of my CPD.
I'm adaptable and conscientious working in a planned organised way, meeting targets and deadlines. Skilled in ESOL, training, community work, adult education, youth work.

Current location: 

Scotland, United Kingdom - View on map

Nationality: 

British

Preferred Sector of Employment: 

education and training

Spoken languages: 

english

Locations I am interested in working:

Anywhere



Profile

Highly motivated and exceptional in providing high quality services. Adaptable and conscientious I work in a planned organised way and am willing to learn new skills. Working well as part of a team or on my own, meeting targets and deadlines by organising my time accordingly. Good communication and interpersonal skills give me an easy rapport with colleagues and customers. Experienced in ESOL, training, community work, adult education, youth work and childcare practice. My ability to manage resources, provide informal learning opportunities enables me to engage with staff and customers at different levels using a variety of methods.

Skills & Achievements

Communication and Interpersonal Skills

• Excellent report writing and presentation skills, evident in work and successful university study.

• Oral communication skills enable me to motivate, enthuse and inspire others and communicate with a range of audiences: community groups, adult education groups and delivering training.

• Ability to have an easy rapport with colleagues

Analysis and Problem Solving Skills

• Researching data zone statistical information using the Scottish National Statistics and the Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation in North Lanarkshire Council and compiling results for presentation to the Community Learning Partnership

• Excellent complaint handling skills developed while working in Greece.

Engaging and Consultation Skills

• Track record of engaging local communities, adults and young people in consultation events and the development and delivery of local services

Teaching, Tutoring and Training Skills

• Teaching Pre-beginners/beginners, pre,-intermediate, intermediate, upper intermediate, adults, young people and children, one to one tuition, proctoring, placement testing.

• Curriculum development, teaching, coordinating student activities, preparation of lessons, marking exams, homework and class work, intensive conversation, administration, progress and achievement tests, assessment and reporting of student performance.

• Preparing, designing and tutoring a range of community based adult education courses.

• Providing IAG to course participants, members of the community and community groups.

• Designing and delivering training to full and part time staff, volunteers and supervising students.

Staff and Resource Management Skills

• Including janitorial, clerical, adult education tutors, youth workers, crèche workers, project workers and volunteers, attending team meetings and record keeping.

• Experience of managing staff and resource budgets, funding applications and procuring financial resources.

Qualifications & Education

1996
Heriot Watt University- BA in Community Education
Moray House Institute of Education

2014
Open University BA Open Degree
Managing 1: People and Organisations, Managing 2: Marketing and Finance, Business Orgs. and their Environments, Social Problems and Social Welfare

2013
Open University
Certificate  In Professional Management

2012
The University Of Cambridge
CELTA

1988 to 1990
The University of Edinburgh
Moray House College of Education Diploma in Community Education (Youth & Community Work) with Merit in Professional Studies

1983 to 1985
Esk Valley College Scottish Nursery Nurses Examination Board
1985 Scottish Nursery Nurses Certificate with Merit Pass

Career Summary

2014
ESG Saudi Arabia Head of Department Foundation English

• Leadership and management of the Tutoring teams

• Working with stakeholders across the faculty

• Collaborating with the other colleges

• Timetabling, student attendance and progression

2014
Tatweer (t4edu). Training Specialist

• Developing and delivering training to teaching staff

2013
Arabian Education and Training Group (AETG), Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

English Teacher-ESOL Teaching

• Teaching Pre-beginners/beginners, pre, -intermediate, intermediate, upper intermediate, adults, young people and children, one to one tuition, proctoring, placement testing,

• Curriculum development, teaching, coordinating student activities, preparation of lessons, marking exams, homework and class work, administration, progress and achievement tests, assessment, providing IAG for and reporting student performance

Apr 2010 – June 2011
North Lanarkshire District Council
Community Learning and Development Worker Capacity Building

• Researching Data Zone information.

• Capacity building, networking with other agencies in the statutory and voluntary sector and group work and delivering services relating to community capacity building

Jul 2001 to Apr 2008
Midlothian Council Community Learning and Development Worker

• Organising mainstream Adult Education Programme
and providing IAG to participants

• Developing a community based Adult Education Programme

• Co-working with the voluntary sector in the development, programming and tutoring a Women’s Group and Day Centre

• Recruitment and selection of tutors, arranging venues, publicity, course descriptors, gathering and collating statistical information

• Delivering ‘Connecting Communities’ training to full-time staff

Community Learning and Development Worker

• Developing and managing Crofthead Farm Centre, marketing provision

• Managing an inter-disciplinary team of staff, administrative, janitorial, volunteers, adult education workers, youth workers, crèche workers, project workers, volunteers, and training and supervising professional students

• Setting up administration and financial systems.
Delivering training to the centre management committee, centre staff and volunteers, and professional students.

• Development Out of School Care Provision for up to 5 projects in the South Area Team; including developing voluntary organisation and staff policies to support the projects

• Organising mainstream Adult Education Programme
and providing IAG to participants

• Developing a community based Adult Education Programme

• Co-working with the voluntary sector in the development, programming and tutoring a Women’s Group and Day Centre

• Recruitment and selection of tutors, arranging venues, publicity, course descriptors, gathering and collating statistical information

• Delivering ‘Connecting Communities’ training to full-time staff

Nov 1991 – July 2001
West Lothian Council

Community Learning and Development Worker

• Developing and managing Crofthead Farm Centre, marketing provision

• Managing an inter-disciplinary team of staff, administrative, janitorial, volunteers, adult education workers, youth workers, crèche workers, project workers, volunteers, and training and supervising professional students

• Setting up administration and financial systems.
Delivering training to the centre management committee, centre staff and volunteers, and professional students.

• Development Out of School Care Provision for up to 5 projects in the South Area Team; including developing voluntary organisation and staff policies to support the projects

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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November 1991 – July 2001

Midlothian Council

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

West Lothian Council

 

Community Learning and Development Worker

• Organising mainstream Adult Education Programme
and providing IAG to participants

• Developing a community based Adult Education Programme

• Co-working with the voluntary sector in the development, programming and tutoring a Women’s Group and Day Centre

• Recruitment and selection of tutors, arranging venues, publicity, course descriptors, gathering and collating statistical information

• Delivering ‘Connecting Communities’ training to full-time staff

 

Community Learning and Development Worker

 

• Developing and managing Crofthead Farm Centre, marketing provision

• Managing an inter-disciplinary team of staff, administrative, janitorial, volunteers, adult education workers, youth workers, crèche workers, project workers, volunteers, and training and supervising professional students

• Setting up administration and financial systems.
Delivering training to the centre management committee, centre staff and volunteers, and professional students.

• Development Out of School Care Provision for up to 5 projects in the South Area Team; including developing voluntary organisation and staff policies to support the projects