Vocational Trainers needed for school based program in Pune and Mumbai
Posted By: Lend A Hand India
Job Summary :
Teaching the students of class 9-12th in Secondary and Higher Secondary Schools.
Set up and maintain lab / workshop for conducting practical.
Create lesson plans and PPTs required to deliver training.
Conduct industry / field visits for students
Conduct theory & practical sessions.
Procurement and inventory management of tools, equipment and raw material
Responsibilities and Duties :
Shall work from schools as assigned by the project office.
Shall conduct training in schools everyday.
Shall co-ordinate with the field officer & ensure availability of raw material for Teaching – Learning, in sufficient quantity well in time.
Shall remain present in project office after completion of classroom teaching for paper work and other office tasks.
Responsible for community contact & community work.
Required to attend training whenever conducted.
Required to assist in training whenever instructed to do so
Required Experience and Qualifications :
Diploma/Degree in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering / B.Tech / ITI with teaching experience
Should be confident to demonstrate the skills practically
Should have 2-3 Years of industry/teaching experience in respective field.
Candidates with previous experience in vocational training will be preferred.
Should be interested in working with students and in schools and communities.
Medical and Personal accident Insurance.
Training as per the need of the job role
Desired Candidate Profile
Graduation - B.Tech/B.E
Organization Name:Lend A Hand India
About Organization:About us :
Lend-a-Hand India (LAHI) is a 12 year old NGO with the mission to integrate vocational education with mainstream education for students from 9th to 12th grade level and equip them with an entrepreneurial mindset to thrive in the real world ahead. We facilitate "school to work" transition for these 14-18 year old in-school students by imparting vocational education and internship opportunities as a part of the secondary school curriculum.
We aim to universalize vocational education and restore "dignity of labor" as lack of dignity of labor is one of the major impediments in India which restricts the youth from achieving their full potential. Currently, more than 1 million+ young students from 10,000+ high schools in 24 states/UTs across India are part of the program.
Majority of our work is in partnership with the state governments by helping the state governments to scale up vocational education in the state under ‘Samagra Shiksha’ scheme of Ministry of Education.