Freelance Trainer Jobs In Dubai | Beshir Adi Professional Training Center

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Freelance Trainer Jobs In Dubai | Beshir Adi Professional Training Center

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Hiring Organization Beshir Adi Professional Training Center
Job Location Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Date Posted Nov/21/2022
Base Salary AED
Employment Type Freelance
Valid Until N/A

Freelance Trainer Jobs In Dubai | Beshir Adi Professional Training Center

List Of Vacant Positions (Newly Updated)

Freelance Trainer Jobs Dubai, United Arab Emirates


  • Deliver MyBnk programmes to an exceptionally high standard, meeting the MyBnk
    quality requirements and following the MyBnk Education Ethos.
  • Commit to an initial training period of four days and additional home learning.
  • Effectively engage learners with a delivery style that is clear, concise, energetic and
  • Follow MyBnk processes regarding the sending back of monitoring and evaluation
    questionnaires, inputting feedback etc.
  • Commit to updating your subject knowledge base and continuing your professional
    development becoming an expert in Financial or Enterprise education.
  • Become a part of the wider MyBnk team, actively participating in trainer forums and
    sharing good practice.
  • Become a representative of MyBnk, upholding MyBnk’s mission, ethos and
  • Provide honest and timely feedback on the programmes to the MyBnk team.


  • Have a unique and creative style of delivery, and ability to ‘wow’ young people, taking
    them on a memorable learning journey. Ability to think on your feet and embrace new
  • Have a minimum of two years’ experience delivering participatory learning
  • programmes to young people. Ideally you will have worked with different types of
  • young people, varying in group size, age, background, ability and setting.
  • Be educated to degree level, be a qualified teacher, or have an equivalent level of
    professional experience.
  • Have a grasp on popular and youth culture.
  • Be confident in delivering programmes to young people you’re meeting for the first
    time. This requires a strong presence, the ability to forge relationships quickly and
    effectively, and the confidence to use a variety of teaching techniques (e.g. drama,
    visuals, games).
  • Have an understanding of the UK education landscape and national curricula, as well
    as youth services and youth opportunities at local authority level.
  • Be willing to travel across Merseyside and surrounding areas.
  • Have a minimum A-C or equivalent Maths GCSE qualification.