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Afghanistan and Central Asian Association, Bootle, Merseyside (On-site)
Unpaid role, expenses paid
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Bootle, Merseyside (On-site) 2.97 miles
Unpaid role, expenses paid
Voluntary

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Job description

The Afghanistan and Central Asian Association (ACAA) is looking for enthusiastic volunteer ESOL teachers to support refugees and asylum seekers for its Liverpool office.

Who we are:

The Afghanistan and Central Asian Association (ACAA)is a charity founded by Dr Nooralhaq Nasimi, who arrived as a refugee with his young family in 1999. We promote social and economic integration of an increasing number of Afghan, Ukrainian and other refugees. We use a community development ethos to support the development of their potential within a mutually supportive framework, and we work with a wide range of partners to reach vulnerable and isolated individuals and families in some of the most disadvantaged areas of the UK. We also offer online lessons to our beneficiaries located in Afghanistan and Iran to improve their English and employability skills.

Our experience and the quality of our provision is evidenced through our many achievements, including:

  • Queen's Award for Voluntary Service 2018, awarded in recognition of the excellent work and central role that volunteers play in the delivery of the essential services run by the ACAA
  • The charity's founder, Dr Nasimi, was awarded an MBE for services to refugees by King Charles III in the New Year Honours List 2023.

Role Summary:

Working as part of a small dynamic ESOL teaching team, responsibility for lesson planning and delivery will be shared between yourself and more experienced teachers. Classes are in-person on two days of the week (Thursday and Friday).

Duties will include:

  • Preparing and delivering lessons to students of different ages and abilities
  • Preparing classroom and coursework materials, homework assignments, and
  • weekly hand-outs
  • Assessing students' class work and assignments
  • Creating an engaging and fun teaching atmosphere
  • Ensuring all our students engage in academic learning despite their ability, to
  • achieve their highest potential whilst developing personal and employability
  • skills
  • Setting effective targets to monitor students’ progress
  • Supporting and motivating students to allow them to grow and enhance their
  • own skills by both achieving qualifications and becoming ready for work

Personal requirements:

  • Previous teaching experience is desirable but not essential as support is provided
  • ESOL qualification or equivalent experience
  • Excellent verbal communication skills
  • Good listening skills
  • DBS checked or willingness to be
  • Planning and organisational skills
Refreshed on: 16 February 2024
Closing date: 01 April 2024 at 23:59
Tags: Training,Vocational/Services,Teaching