The capacity of the teachers currently placed at Wangsel Institute for the deaf was and continues to be built through professional development training provided by international volunteers which enhances the knowledge, information, appropriate teaching strategies and skills of teachers, and there is a sharing of global good practice in deaf education. Bhutan does not have any local professionals (Teachers/Teacher Educator/lecturers/professors) or deaf education specialists who are certified teacher trainers in deaf education. The teacher training colleges of Bhutan currently does not deliver courses on deaf education. Therefore, Wangsel Institute requests an Australian Volunteer to support the training of the teachers of the deaf in the field of deaf education.
- You will support local teachers in the planning and execution of play based, place based and project based approach to education and implementation of individual education plans.
- You will need to have demonstrated experience teaching students who are deaf and hard of hearing in a bilingual setting. You will also need to have experience in sign language and willing to learn Bhutanese sign.
- Gain the opportunity to improve educational opportunities for people in the Deaf community in Bhutan.
Living allowance: $1,210.00
The monthly living allowance enables you to live a modest local lifestyle. Based on the cost of living in a particular country, it covers food, your daily commute, communication and other local costs. It is not set to enable you to meet financial commitments at home, such as a mortgage or a personal loan.
- Federal Police Check must be completed during application
- First Aid Certificate is required
- Video response interview must be completed as part of this application
|Work Type||Full Time (12 months)|
|Closing Date||27 February 2019|