Web Design Trainer- Kakuma
Job TypeFull Time
Job FieldEducation / Teaching , ICT / Computer
KEY RESULT AREAS
Prepare schemes of work, lesson notes and appropriate teaching Aids to ensure effective teaching and learning.
To conduct regular assessment and evaluation for both Practical and written sessions for training gaps identification.
Conduct regular counselling and guidance of the Trainees and make referrals where need be.
Delivering outstanding training and coaching sessions to groups of learners in Web Design
Providing employability training on widening learners job horizon and identifying business and employment opportunities.
Teaching the learners, a broad range of training to increase their skills and readiness to work as web designers.
Actively support, mentor, and motivate learners across the learner journey to help them with the timely completion of their learning aims and qualification
Identifying learner’s strengths and weakness through an initial assessment and support them accordingly
Providing insightful, constructive, and informative feedback to help the learner maximize their potential.
Delivering outstanding learning, using creative learning strategies that will inspire and engage students to reach their full potential
Manage any learner progress issues in line with the business expectations.
Proactively monitor, evaluate, and improve the quality and effectiveness of own workload and working practices to ensure deadlines and targets are met and that the learner has an outstanding experience.
Ability to Help young people develop entrepreneurship and small business management skills in the creative sector.
Ability to design a course curriculum fitting the FCA Creative industries program skills training needs
The trainer must be able to assist learners work with available tools to create an industry standard portfolio or business / career plan
Deliver training programmes with support of other team members
Continually identify specific training needs and support required for components of the creative industry projects as appropriate
Provide coaching and support as young people implement their business plans during training phase.
Qualifications and Experience
Advanced web design-skills and professional experience, entrepreneurship/ freelancing experience is a plus.
Degree´s and certificates in web design or another relevant field is a plus
Training experience and experience of working with youth required
Resourcefulness and creativity to solve logistical challenges and problems
Language proficiency: fluent English and Swahili languages
Good with web 2.0 tools (blogs, social media platforms and productivity tools)
Possess thorough knowledge about digital safety
Learning oriented mindset
Ability to engage with participants and convey knowledge
Ability to explain complex technology in simple terms.
Qualification in Pedagogical skills or experience in teaching/training.
High integrity, self-driven and able to set own work schedule with rigorous deadlines.
Ability to initiate and complete assignments and to work under demanding circumstances with minimal supervision.
Strong organization, supervisory, problem-solving, interpersonal, communication as well as team building and negotiation skills.
Uphold and protect the Trainees from any form of Child abuse/ Violation of Rights.
Design a strategic remedial Training plan for slow learners
Prepare a conducive learning environment for the Trainees.
Perform any other duty as may be assigned from Time to Time by the supervisor
MODE OF APPLICATION
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About Finn Church Aid (FCA)
Finn Church Aid - Action for Human Dignity Finn Church Aid (FCA) is the largest Finnish development cooperation organisation and the second largest provider of humanitarian assistance. We operate in 15 countries, where the needs are most dire. We work with the poorest people, regardless of their religious beliefs, ethnic background or political convictions. Our work is based on rights, which means that our operations are guided by equality, non-discrimination and responsibility. Aiming for permanent change Permanent change in developing countries can only be achieved through persistent cooperation with local communities and people. Finn Church Aid is committed to working until the people in need can independently secure their livelihood and satisfy their basic needs. For human rights, against poverty The reduction of poverty requires achieving peace and the realisation of human rights. Through our projects, we work to ensure both. We encourage decision-makers and all Finns to address structures that induce poverty, violence and human rights violations. Africa and Asia as the main targets In 2016, FCA will provide aid for 34 million euros in value. The majority of our funds come from private investors, the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland, and parishes. Over 85 percent of the donated funds are directed to aid work. The share of domestic operations and general administration is about 15 percent. Most of our assistance goes to Africa. The need for assistance on the continent has been caused and maintained by political instability, prolonged crises and natural disasters. The second most significant target for aid funds is Asia, which has the largest number of people living in poverty. International cooperation FCA is a partner organisation of the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland and a founding member of the international aid alliance of churches, ACT Alliance. The alliance forms one of the largest aid organisations in the world. Its total volume is â‚¬1.6 billion each year, and it has operations in 140 countries. Over 100 aid organisations are involved in ACT Alliance.