Conceptualising and designing learning initiatives / interventions Developing / writing training content for functional as well as behavioural programs basis Adult Learning & ID Principles Managing & developing content team members
and provide training. Occupational therapists may specialize in working with specific populations such as children or adults, or persons with distinct problems such as dementia, traumatic brain injury and chronic pain, or provide special interventions such as return-to-work programs ...
to prevent disabilities and to maximize independent function in all activities of life May supervise support personnel and students and provide training. Occupational therapists may specialize in working with specific populations such as children or adults, or persons with distinct problems
skills Min 2-4 years Desired Secondary Skills: Knowledge to Adult learning theories and training evaluation techniques Excellent communication skills - both spoken as well as written - a must! A flair for analytical thinking, abstract concepts Take initiative in Learning and Development activity
and communication as an adult Provides a secure and safe environment for each youth where they do not need to fear punitive, damaging punishment Participate actively in the transition process of the youth from the organisation into the organisation Youth Facility. Supports the training of household skills
Eligible Profiles Aboriginal school community teacher – secondary school academic subjects high school teacher academic subjects secondary school teacher accounting teacher – secondary school adult education teacher – secondary school algebra teacher – secondary school art teacher – secondary