Name of Organisation: Natural Choice Training Solutions Ltd
Position being advertised: Associate Tutors
Closing date for applications: 30th June 2016
Salary: Self employed post
Location: UK Wide
Job categories: Forest School Trainer
How to apply: Candidates meeting requirements should Email firstname.lastname@example.org for an application form
Job description: We are delighted to announce that we are looking to recruit suitably Qualified and experienced professionals who would like the opportunity to work with us as Associate Tutors delivering our accredited Forest School Leader Training packages.
Who are we looking for?
- Good people with enthusiasm, passion for the profession – and of course a great personality.
- We are seeking kind, fun, team players with a love for training and sharing skills with others
- This is a self employed position enabling you to advertise and recruit trainees to your courses as and when suits you.
Level 3 Forest School Trained
Two years post qualifying experience of setting up and running Forest School Programs with a range of age groups One year experience of training delivery (not required to be delivery of FS training)
Required before commencing delivery of our training programs Minimum of a Level 3 Qualification in leading adult learning Forest School/Outdoor First Aid qualification Level 2 food hygiene certificate Your own equipment and access to training venues
Experience of running a Four Season Forest School Programme Industry specific Public Liability and Professional Indemnity insurance (Although we can provide cover)
Any other information: Working with Natural Choice you will be part of our friendly, established, supportive organisation. No upfront costs. Web and Social media marketing support. Guaranteed delivery of all our training at RRP. No undercutting. Use of our prepared course materials and session plans. Yearly Associate gathering Skype, email and telephone mentoring. Commission on product sales.
Short listed candidates will be required to attend our selection day in North Lincolnshire on Saturday 2nd July 2016