Education and Training
- Are you passionate about teaching?
- Are you patient and nurturing?
- Do you want to make a difference in young peoples’ lives?
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Art Teachers teach children from kindergarten through to high school. The job of an Art Teacher is to help children learn to like different types of visual communication and help learners create their own art through drawing, painting, ceramics and design.
In demand! Early Childhood Development (ECD) is the phase between birth and the school-going age (pre-school or creche). This is when children establish foundational cognitive abilities, attitudes and skills, preparing them for primary schooling and the rest of their lives.
Education and training consultant are responsible for researching developing, recommending and implementing training solutions for in-house business units or clients.
Lecturers at FET Colleges need to be proficient in their area of expertise. It is important that a Lecturer at an FET College has hands on experience in his subject and is able to advise students on both an academic and practical level.
Foundation Phase School Teachers have the exciting and rewarding task of teaching children the foundations of reading, writing and literacy. They are also responsible for helping children to develop their thinking skills. They teach from Grade R (reception) through to Grade 3.
Higher education (HE) lecturers facilitate learning and carry out research activities in universities and some colleges of further education (FE). They teach academic or vocational subjects to undergraduate and postgraduate students aged 18 upwards, using methods including lectures, seminars, tutorials, practical laboratory demonstrations, and field work.
Librarian jobs are found most commonly in academic, public and school libraries.
Librarians are ‘information professionals’ who collect, organise and distribute of all kinds of material and in different formats and in different settings.
Do you have a keen interest in children? Are you balanced, organised, patient and practical and believe you would enjoy a career in Teaching? Primary School Teaching gives you an opportunity to combine your love for education, children and creativity.
The school Principal is an educational leader who is responsible for managing the staff, policies, regulations, and procedures to ensure that all students are supervised in a safe learning environment and given all the support neccessary to learn.
The responsibility of a School Counsellor is far more important than it used to be. Not only do they become involved in career and subject choices but they also ensure the wellbeing of learners.
Would you like to teach high school learners? Would you like to help them prepare for the world and career paths ahead? If this sounds like you, here are the different paths to take to becoming a subject teacher for high school learners.
A School Teacher teaches learners. A Grade 4 to 9 Teacher can teach at a primary or high school at these grade levels. School Teachers are trained and qualified. If you’d like to work with children and have loads of patience – this could be the career you’re looking for.
Do you love working and playing with children? Are you positive and patient? Are you energetic and responsible. If you said, yes, yes, yes – this may be the career you looking for: School Teacher Grade R to Grade 3. They are also known as Foundation Phase School Teachers.
The ETDP sector has identified a shortage of more than 5800 Special Needs Teachers! If you are considering a career in teaching and you have a passion for young people with special needs, this may be a career choice worth considering.
Are you extremely patient? Are you compassionate? Do you want to work with children who are hearing impaired? If this sounds like you, then consider becoming a Teacher of the Hearing Impaired.
Would you like to work with learners who are living with various forms of sight impairedness? These learners could be slightly blind or completely blind. Learners living with a disability need patience and different teaching techniques.
TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages). TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language). English is currently used as the world’s primary business language and this means there is a great demand from non-English speaking countries (eg Korea, China, Indonesia, Thailand, etc) to employ either TESOL or TEFL Teachers.