UL Buddy Programme Autumn 2018
International Education Division, UL
Requirements:Complete 2nd Year Teaching Degree
Nurture Africa’s teaching placements offer the opportunity to
contribute your time and energy to teaching in one of our partner
primary schools, while gaining valuable personal and professional
development from working in a totally new environment.
Student teachers, in pairs, will teach English, science, maths and
art. Irish teachers will work hand- in- hand with Ugandan
teachers, and run workshops sharing knowledge and skills which
offer can great professional development for both parties.
Teachers will also facilitate library reading sessions, play &
activity sessions in schools, first- aid workshops with children,
and take part in construction projects.
As Nurture Africa also works in the areas of healthcare and
Sustainable Livelihoods, our teaching volunteers will also have the
opportunity to gain exposure to how these programmes operate
by accompanying our healthcare and sustainable livelihoods
teams as they visit clients and local businesses.
For more info call 015424178, or email email@example.com
Is training provided?: Yes
Please note that Garda Vetting is required for this position.
Details of time commitment needed for role:
3 weeks in June July or August
Minimum time commitment per week:
10+ hour p/week
If you have any questions about this role please feel free to get in touch:
Name: Colm Ashe
Address: Nurture Africa, 54 Pembroke Road
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