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Trainer searching competition

06.09.2012

Tiger Leap Foundation announces a competition for finding trainers.

The web-safety project ‘Smartly on the Web’ („Targalt Internetis“), implemented by Tiger Leap Foundation, NPO Estonian Union for Child Welfare, NPO Estonian Help Centers and Police and Border Guard Board, is looking for new trainers, whose task would be carrying out informational programs for students, teachers and parents.

A ‘Smartly on the Web’ trainer has a broad horizon, interest in happenings in IT and the web-world, very good self-expression and analytical skills. The trainer feels good both in front of a large auditorium as well as conducting a workshop with basic school students. Trainings will take place during the next two school-years in all counties – on the daytime for students and in the evening for adults. Trainers will be employed with partial work capacity.

A suitable candidate has:

  • Higher education
  • At least five years of work experience as a teacher, school psychologist, youth worker, in andragogy or social pedagogy.
  • B-category driver’s license and the option of using their own car
  • Intermediate level English and Russian skills

Candidates with experience in developing study- or informational materials are preferred.

In order to apply, please send a CV and a motivational letter with the signal work TRAINER (or KOOLITAJA) to triin@tiigrihype.ee by September 17, 2012

The mission of the ‘Smartly on the Web’ project is the smarter internet use of children and parents and blocking the spread of materials with illegal contents on the web. Tiger Leap Foundation’s task is to execute the project’s informational- and training activities during 2012-2014. For more information on the project activities, visit www.targaltinternetis.ee. The project is co-funded up to 75% by the European Commission’s Safer Internet program.

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