SMYL Community College is a ‘Curriculum and Re-engagement in Education' (CARE) School that offers full-time alternative education programmes under the School Education Act 1999, that include hands-on and practical approaches to engaging students in Years 9 and 10 and vocational training pathways for Years 11 and 12. SMYL is looking for a highly motivated trainer to play a key role in the delivery of innovative and flexible education and training.This is a professionally challenging and rewarding position.  The students at SMYL typically have a poor record of participation and/or achievement in their preceding year(s) at school.  Accordingly, we are looking for candidates with a background/speciality in project-based group activities and working with at-risk young people.The successful candidate will work with a dedicated team of professionals including teachers, trainers, psychologists, youth workers, engagement officers, Aboriginal support workers and career counsellors.The way the course is delivered will vary according to the needs of the students.  Students may explore communication, literacy, maths, personal development, technology, community participation, learning through practice and introduction to work opportunities in a group project-based setting.The trainer is responsible for engaging the students in learning and providing training and support.  In addition, they are responsible for developing teaching and learning material and assessments that are fair, valid, consistent and relevant.The successful candidate will need to demonstrate:Certificate IV in Training and Assessment - TAE 40110 (current qualification);Ability/experience working with at-risk young people;Experience in delivery training through group based projects;Bachelor’s Degree (3 year degree);Working With Children Card; andCurrent drivers licence;Applications including a cover letter addressing the above criteria, with an up to date resume, should be sent to:Human ResourcesSMYL Community Collegevia email to humanresources@smyl.com.au           60000 AUD Australia - WA Perth Fremantle & Southern Suburbs

Trainer - At-Risk Students

  • Curriculum and Re-engagement in Education (CARE) School
  • Immediate Commencement
  • Group Project Based Delivery

SMYL Community College is a ‘Curriculum and Re-engagement in Education' (CARE) School that offers full-time alternative education programmes under the School Education Act 1999, that include hands-on and practical approaches to engaging students in Years 9 and 10 and vocational training pathways for Years 11 and 12.

SMYL is looking for a highly motivated trainer to play a key role in the delivery of innovative and flexible education and training.

This is a professionally challenging and rewarding position.  The students at SMYL typically have a poor record of participation and/or achievement in their preceding year(s) at school.  Accordingly, we are looking for candidates with a background/speciality in project-based group activities and working with at-risk young people.

The successful candidate will work with a dedicated team of professionals including teachers, trainers, psychologists, youth workers, engagement officers, Aboriginal support workers and career counsellors.

The way the course is delivered will vary according to the needs of the students.  Students may explore communication, literacy, maths, personal development, technology, community participation, learning through practice and introduction to work opportunities in a group project-based setting.

The trainer is responsible for engaging the students in learning and providing training and support.  In addition, they are responsible for developing teaching and learning material and assessments that are fair, valid, consistent and relevant.

The successful candidate will need to demonstrate:

  • Certificate IV in Training and Assessment - TAE 40110 (current qualification);
  • Ability/experience working with at-risk young people;
  • Experience in delivery training through group based projects;
  • Bachelor’s Degree (3 year degree);
  • Working With Children Card; and
  • Current drivers licence;

Applications including a cover letter addressing the above criteria, with an up to date resume, should be sent to:

Human Resources

SMYL Community College

via email to [email protected]          

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